Catholic pro-life activist Mark Houck on Monday was found NOT GUILTY on both counts of federal charges.
Mark Houck was charged with two counts of violating the federal FACE Act for shoving a pro-abortion volunteer who threatened his son outside of Planned Parenthood in Philadelphia in 2021.
The FACE Act prohibits “violent, threatening, damaging, and obstructive conduct intended to injure, intimidate, or interfere with the right to seek, obtain, or provide reproductive health services.”
Mark Houck is a Catholic father of 7 children and often prays outside of abortion clinics.
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Recall, early in the morning on September 23, 2022, Mark Houck awoke to a nightmare. Around 25 to 30 armed FBI agents banged on his front door nearly breaking it down.
On that morning as the corrupt members of the FBI were banging on his door, Mark said to the agents:
“Please, I have seven babies in the house, I’m going to open the door.”
The FBI then charged into their house with guns pointed at them and their children – their babies – and took their father away on bogus charges against the pro-life author.
Brandon’s jackbooted thugs harassed Mark Houck and hit him with federal charges.
The jury was deadlocked and had to reconvene on Monday.
The jury finally reached a verdict: Not guilty on both counts.
The jury has reached a verdict in the case of Mark Houck, the pro-life activist from Bucks County accused of violating the federal FACE Act when he pushed and injured a patient escort outside a Planned Parenthood in Philadelphia.
The jury found Houck not guilty of two counts of violating the Federal FACE Act Monday.
Federal prosecutors said Houck violated the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) act. That law makes it illegal to interfere with the job of a reproductive healthcare worker.
To find Houck guilty, the government needed to prove three things beyond a reasonable doubt:
– that Houck intentionally pushed Love, causing him bodily injury.
– that Houck interfered with Love’s job as a reproductive healthcare worker.
– that Houck attacked Love specifically because he is a reproductive healthcare worker.
Houck’s attorneys had said it was Houck and his son being harassed by Love, with Houck defending himself and his son.