Eva Edl is 87-years-old.
She survived imprisonment in a concentration camp during World War II
Eva later came to America and settled in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee — near Nashville.
The land of the free, home of the brave.
But now Eva may spend at least a year in prison.
She is facing federal charges for praying and singing hymns outside an abortion clinic.
“I do believe that we must be willing to lay down our comforts and even our lives to rescue the ‘least’ of God’s children,” she told Live Action. “Our children’s and grandchildren’s freedom will be no more secure than the innocent whose cries the Church ignores today. We should protect them as we would want to be protect[ed]. We should insist on the abolition of all abortion and accept nothing less. If we must pressure our leaders by way of laying down our lives between the victims and those who assault and murder them, then Jesus be lifted up in our sacrifice and answer our desperate prayers for justice for the children!”
The Justice Department says she violated the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act. In essence, she was accused of blocking people from entering the abortion clinic.
And for that she could face up to a year in prison and thousands of dollars in fines.
The Biden Administration is waging a crackdown on pro-life Christians in America. At least a dozen pro-lifers have been targeted by the FBI over the past two months — and I suspect those numbers will increase.
“The first time I realized there were abortion clinics in our country was in 1988,” she said, according to a previous Live Action News report. “I said to my husband, ‘these are the death camps of America.’ I saw people sitting in front of abortion clinics in Atlanta, and I’ve been involved ever since.”
And now Eva Edl – who survived the German death camps — may end up dying in an American prison camp.