When a pro-baby-killer got into Mark Houck’s young son’s face, Houck stepped in and pushed the attacker away. That man then tried to sue Houch, and it was, of course, thrown out of court this past summer, but, the terror to Mark and his family doesn’t end there.
Somehow Biden’s Dept. of Justice picked up on things, indicted Mark, and sent 30-40 armed officers with long guns to his him home, and according his wife, pointed the guns at her and throughout her home.
Catholic pro-life activist and author Mark Houck with his family
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ERE IS THE DEPT. OF JUSTICE’S SIDE OF THE STORY:
PRESS RELEASE FROM DEPT. OF JUSTICE:
Pennsylvania Man Indicted for Assaulting a Reproductive Health Care Provider
A federal grand jury in Pennsylvania returned an indictment today charging a local man for assaulting a reproductive health care clinic escort in Philadelphia.
According to court documents, Mark Houck, 48, of Kintnersville, Pennsylvania, is alleged to have twice assaulted a man because he was a volunteer reproductive health clinic escort. The two-count indictment charges Houck with a violation of the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act, which makes it a federal crime to use force with the intent to injure, intimidate, and interfere with anyone because that person is a provider of reproductive health care.
The charges stem from two separate incidents on Oct. 13, 2021, where Houck assaulted the victim, identified in the indictment as “B.L.,” because B.L. was a volunteer escort at the reproductive health care clinic.
If convicted of the offenses, Houck faces up to a maximum of 11 years in prison, three years of supervised release and fines of up to $350,000.
The FBI Philadelphia Field Office investigated the case. Trial Attorney Sanjay Patel of the Civil Rights Division and Assistant U.S. Attorney Anita Eve for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania are prosecuting the case.
An indictment is merely an allegation, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless proven guilty.