WICHITA, KS – Operation Rescue conducted a prayer walk on Thursday, April 14, 2005, in the neighborhood of abortion worker Marguerite Reed. Rescuers were accompanied by the Truth Truck, which was parked in front of Reed’s house.
Reed is best known as the employee of late-term abortionist George Tiller who made the 911 call during the medical emergency at his abortion mill on January 13, that resulted in the death of a 19-year old Texas teen. According to an audio file of the call, Reed callously placed the emergency dispatcher on hold for 45 seconds while she checked to see how much she should tell him about the dying women’s condition.

As rescuers prayed and read Bible verses outside her residence, Reed returned home with her family. She immediately called the police, who responded but did nothing to interfere with the peaceful gathering. While she was complaining to the police, Reed’s dog escaped her house and trotted down the street. Reed, wearing high-healed boots, chased the dog through the neighborhood and eventually brought it back home. Many neighbors gathered in their front yards to watch the unusual events unfold.
The following morning Rescuers had gathered at Tiller’s mill when Reed pulled into the driveway of her daycare, just two doors down from the abortion mill. Troy Newman walked down the sidewalk to once again plead with Reed to stop participating in the abortion industry. Reed ran up to Newman and “got in his face” yelling at him and threatening to call the police again.
The police were called and again did nothing to interfere with the Rescuers. In the meantime, Reed pulled into the abortion mill parking lot to report for work. Rescuers called out to her, reminding Reed that the blood of the dead teenager stained her hands along with that of thousands of pre-born babies, and asking for her repentance.
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