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In what a pro-life activist called a piece of intimidation, two FBI agents went to the home of her mother saying they wanted to ask her some questions.
The April 18 incident was caught on a doorbell video camera at the home in Woodbridge, Virginia, and posted to Twitter on Wednesday by reporter Mary Margaret Olohan, who wrote about it in The Daily Signal.
The video shows women who identified themselves as FBI agents Ashley Roberts and Kathleen Brown visiting the former home of Elise Ketch, a member of the Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising.
Ketch was among several PAAU members arrested in March after a protest near the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington. The protest concerned five dead babies whose remains were found in a medical waste bin in March 2022, according to Live Action.
“We just need to speak with her regarding some information that was sent in to us,” Roberts said in the clip.
“She’s not in any trouble,” the agent said. “We just have information that we need to ask her about.”
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