Firebombed Pregnancy Center Blasts FBI ‘Investigation’

A pro-life pregnancy center that was victimized by a firebombing caught on camera nearly two years ago questioned why the FBI has yet to make an arrest in the case.

It was June 2022 when CompassCare Pregnancy Medical Center in Rochester, New York, was attacked during the night. Staffers said there is no word from the FBI on progress in the firebombing, though the agency did put up a billboard.

The message is located about a mile away from the center and offers a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the perpetrators. The timing of the billboard, according to officials with the pregnancy center, was interesting. 

The billboard appeared just before pro-abortion arsonist Hridindu Sankar Roychowdhury was sentenced. He pleaded guilty in December to a separate attack on a pro-life facility in Madison, Wisconsin.

CompassCare officials reported that the FBI will not communicate with them about the investigation. The billboard came as a surprise, but the agency would not provide an update on progress in the investigation.

CEO Rev. Jim Harden furnished a statement to the Daily Signal. He said the group’s supporters asked if they paid for the billboard, but CompassCare did not and remained in the dark on the attack and follow up.

The pro-life office, which was also damaged in a graffiti attack the following March, has not resigned itself to being a victim. 

Instead, it aggressively targeted those in the pro-abortion community who it believes spearheaded the arson.

The group filed a federal lawsuit late last year against two “known pro-abortion activists.” After frustration mounted with the FBI, CompassCare hired private investigators to probe the arson that resulted in extensive damage to its facility. 

This resulted in identifying two defendants only named as John Doe 1 and Jane Doe 2. According to the suit, which was filed under the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act, the two were allegedly involved in the 2022 firebombing.

Other defendants in the CompassCare suit included 40-year-old Hannah Kamke. She was arrested in March 2023 and charged with a felony for spray painting “liars” on the center’s sign.

She was caught on video, ordered to pay $2,580 in restitution and to stay away from the pro-life center. 

 

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