Saturday, May 09, 2009

Dr. Alan Keyes Freed from Jail, for Now

Randall Terry, Alan Keyes (right) & protesters outside Notre Dame entrance

Just a few hours ago I posted an article concerning the arrest yesterday (Friday) of pro-life advocate and leader Alan Keyes. Well, WorldNetDaily.com reported this evening that Ambassador Alan Keyes was bailed out of jail by an unknown person thought to be from New York. Keyes did not want to leave jail, intending to stay there until either alleged President Soetoro a/k/a Obama cancels his visit to Notre Dame or upon completion of that dubious visit a week from tomorrow (Sunday, May 17, 2009).

Keyes told WorldNetDaily.com (WND), "It was weird, because I said, 'I don't want to leave; I didn't post any bond. But the police wouldn't let me stay . . "

Keyes also related to WND that he would have almost immediately returned to the campus, except that he has realized the importance of standing alongside others – who have come from as far away as Virginia and New Mexico, according to fellow pro-life protester Randall Terry – and therefore will wait for others to join him at the university in South Bend, Ind.

Keyes informed WND that he hopes that the protests “will make a difference.” A significant enough protest would show the world that not all Christians stand in approving lock step adulation or approval of this extremist pro-death President and his evil policies.

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