Jordan Hunt, the pro-abortion man who roundhouse kicked a pro-life woman attending a Life Chain in Canada has finally been arrested by Toronto police.
According to Human Defense Initiative, Hunt is being charged with 8 counts of assault and 7 counts of mischief under $5000. But what makes this worse is that Hunt is apparently connected with other acts of violence toward pro-lifers:
The release by the Toronto Police Services further alleges connection with an assault on August 2nd against a Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform intern earlier this summer.
The police department’s press release states that “On Sunday, September 30, 2018, at approximately 2:30 p.m., officers responded to a call for an Assault in the Keele Street and Bloor Street West area,” going on to detail the incident, including that Hunt “approached the group producing ink markers” and “began scribbling on their signs and clothing.” When “confronted by one of the protesters… he kicked her in the shoulder, knocking her phone from her hand. He then grabbed a ribbon she was wearing and ripped it off” and “fled the scene.”
Thanks to another savvy pro-lifer who was videotaping an incident that occurred almost two months earlier, Hunt has now been connected to more violence. The release states, “On Thursday, August 2, 2018, at approximately 12 p.m., officers responded to a call for an Assault in the Dufferin Street and Dundas Street West” where there were pro-lifers protesting. “They were approached by a man on a bicycle” who “tried to grab one of their signs… He then pushed a woman into a pole” and “fled the scene.” Here’s the video of that incident:
Marie-Claire Bissonnette, the pro-lifer who was kicked in the more recent incident told Human Defense Initiative, “What this man did was an act of assault and I intend on pressing charges. But he’s also loved by the Father, so please pray for him.”