Jane’s Revenge: Madison Group Targets Abortion Attitude

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Jane’s Revenge was the name of a group in a “communique” claiming responsibility for a Molotov cocktail arson attack on Wisconsin Family Action, a Madison non-profit organization that opposes abortion.

“If abortions aren’t safe, then neither are you,” the attackers scribbled on the wall. according to Wisconsin Family Action.

“If the intent of the attack was to scare us, the attackers failed. In fact, this attack only reinforces our determination to move on and push back. We stand for freedom and for life, and we will not give up. We will not back down,” said Wisconsin Family Action wrote on his Facebook page on May 10, 2022.

The story about Jane’s Revenge was reported first from Madison.com according to the Twitter page antifa clock revealed that a letter called Jane’s Revenge was sent to Bellingcat journalist Robert Evans.

Madison.com wrote that it “has not been able to independently verify the statement or existence of an actual group called Jane’s Revenge.”

The Madison Police Department wrote in a Facebook statement that it is “aware of a group claiming responsibility for the arson at Wisconsin Family Action. We are working with our federal partners to determine the accuracy of this claim. We take all information and leads related to this case seriously and are working to review each and every one. We encourage anyone with information regarding this arson to contact Madison Area Crime Stoppers at 608-266-6014.”

The leakage of the draft report Roe v. Wade through the US Supreme Court has created tensions over the abortion issue.

Here’s what you need to know:

The letter states: “We demand the dissolution of all anti-choice institutions” within 30 days

The Antifa Watch Twitter page wrote: “A confession of responsibility for the #Madison Molotov attack was shared by a group calling themselves ‘Jane’s Revenge.’ It was shared through a trusted intermediary connecting a hidden Tor service to leftist Bellingcat journo Robert Evans.”

Bellingcat is an investigative website.

The letter is entitled “First Message”. It is reading,

This is not a declaration of war. War has been with us for decades. A war that we didn’t want and that we didn’t provoke. For too long we have been attacked for asking for basic medical care. For too long we have been shot at, bombed and forced to give birth without consent.

This was just a warning. We demand the dismantling of all anti-choice institutions, bogus clinics and violent anti-choice groups within the next thirty days. This is not just a “disagreement” as some have put it. We are literally fighting for our lives. We will not sit still while we are killed and forced into bondage. We ended with patience and compassion for those who try to rob us of what little autonomy we still have. As you continue to bomb clinics and murder doctors with impunity, we will also employ more extreme tactics to maintain freedom over our bodies.

We are forced to accept a minimum military requirement for a political struggle. Again, this was just a warning. Next time, the enslavers’ infrastructure won’t survive. Medical imperialism will not face a passive enemy. Wisconsin is the first hot spot, but we are across the US and will not issue any further warnings.

And we will not stop, we will not back down, nor will we hesitate to strike until we are restored to the inalienable right to manage our own health.

We are not one group, but many. We are in your city. We are in every city. Their suppression only strengthens our complicity and determination.

Antifa Watch noted: “Typically, allegations of responsibility for anarchist violence/vandalism are made via a number of ‘Counterinfo’ style blogs (Abolition Media, RosecityCounterinfo, Indybay, etc.) so this is somewhat unusual. There was some power struggles among leftists who claimed it was real or not.”

Shon Barnes, Madison Police Chief said in a press conference that “there is no place for hatred and violence in Madison. Nowhere in our country is there room for hate or violence.”

He said the nonprofit group was targeted with an arson attack because of its belief in abortion.

Just after 6 a.m. on May 8, a passerby noticed flames coming from the Wisconsin Family Action Office. The officers got there just before the fire department. They saw smoke and noticed that a window had been smashed. A Molotov cocktail was found in the office, he said, adding that a total of two Molotov cocktails were found.

He said the forensic process would take time.

Wisconsin Family Action says two Molotov cocktails, among other things, were thrown into his office

“Earlier today, a left-wing anarchist group attacked the Madison office of Wisconsin Family Action, threw two Molotov cocktails into the office after smashing windows, and then started a fire. The arsonists painted graffiti on the outside of the building near the group’s offices. The message was, “If abortions aren’t safe, then neither are you,” Wisconsin Family Action wrote in a previous press release.
Anarchy 1312 claimed responsibility for the attack and left its logo on an outside wall, Wisconsin Family Action wrote in a press release.

Julaine Appling, President of Wisconsin Family Action, made the following statement:

While this attack was directly provoked by the US Supreme Court’s leaked draft Opinion in the Dobbs case earlier this week, it has broader implications. Apparently, the tolerance demanded by the left is really a one-way street. Violence has become their answer to everything. This is what happens when leadership is absent or when leadership implies that violence is okay. In 2020, Governor Tony Evers basically looked the other way as violence erupted in Kenosha and Madison. That kind of non-response fuels what happened to us this morning and makes Wisconsin citizens who disagree with his policies extremely vulnerable to similar violence.

Added appling:

But this attack doesn’t frighten us and instead strengthens the resolve of law-abiding, sane everyday people to stand up and fight back. We know today that it’s the Wisconsin Family Action, with Molotov cocktails being tossed through broken windows and fires being lit, but tomorrow it could be anyone in our state or any other state being attacked for failing with any policy or action agree, give voice to the voiceless, or stand up for what is right. Americans see through the hypocrisy of the left. The violence must stop and stop now. It is not the answer to any question or problem. Just because the liberals don’t get their way doesn’t give them carte blanche to threaten physical harm or to burn and destroy.

She said:

Wisconsin has had enough of this type of terror condoned by current state and national leaders. But we’re still standing. We still support freedom. We love our republic and care about our neighbors. We will repair our offices, stay in the workplace and build even stronger grassroots work. We will not back down. We will not stop doing what we are doing. There’s too much at stake.

The governor and his challengers weighed in

Governor Tony Evers tweeted on May 8, 2022: “We condemn violence and hatred in all forms, including the actions at the Wisconsin Family Action in Madison last night. We reject violence against any person who contradicts the opinion of another. Violence is not the way. Hurting others is never the answer.”

He added: “We will work against the Roe overthrow and attacks on reproductive rights by advancing with empathy and compassion. We will defend what we believe in, with our words and our voice – on the streets, in the government halls and at the ballot box. In Wisconsin, we need to lead by example.”

One of the Republicans vying for a chance to run against Evers in the general election, former Lt. gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, tweeted, “The Evers administration’s typically weak pronouncements and lack of leadership will not be enough to protect pro-life groups from these violent threats. I stand with Wisconsinits who will defend the right to life and fight for law and order.”

She added: “This is terrorism. Tony Evers and Josh Kaul must take immediate action to protect these pro-life groups from further violence.”

Another Republican candidate, Tim Michels, tweeted, “The attack on the Wisconsin Family Action has no place in our democracy. Dane County leaders, @GovEvers and @WisDOJ must immediately state in no uncertain terms that this will not be tolerated and that perpetrators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”

Former US Marine Kevin Nicholson, another GOP candidate, tweeted: “The attack on @WIFamilyAction is disgusting and the perpetrators must be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. @JoeBiden, @GovEvers, and @JoshKaulWI are all responsible for the degradation of law and order that has brought us to this point. The violence has to stop.”

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