Nebraska Campus Cops Investigating Threat To Shoot Pro-Life Students

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 20: Anti-abortion activists hold a moment of prayer during a protest outside of a Planned Parenthood clinic on January 20, 2022 in Washington, DC. The protest was organized by the Purple Sash Revolution and Priests for Life, calling for defunding and replacing of Planned Parenthood. On Friday, thousands of anti-abortion activists are expected in Washington, DC for the annual March For Life. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

At a glance

  • The University of Nebraska, Omaha Public Safety launched an investigation Saturday morning into a note taped to the John Paul II Newman Center that threatened to shoot pro-life students, according to the university.
  • The note was signed “Jane’s Revenge,” a reference to the the radical pro-abortion group that has claimed responsibility for several threats toward pro-life center’s across the country, according to an alleged photo of the note which circulated social media.
  • The group said it would target the Newman Center, a Catholic center which serves UNO students, if an abortion ban is passed in Bellevue. The note was addressed to Newman Center Director Reverend Dan Andrews.

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