DENTON, Texas, Jan. 9, 2013 /Christian Newswire --
Among national pro-life organizations, Life Dynamics has a reputation for pushing the envelope and their latest campaign is about to do it again. According to Life Dynamics President, Mark Crutcher, "The pro-life movement has never had images to illustrate the unimaginable brutality and ugliness of women being killed in America's 'Safe and Legal' abortion clinics. But those days are over. We are going to show America what it looks like when women climb onto a table in one of these places and end up on an autopsy table a few hours later."
When 18-year-old Marla Cardamone was killed having an abortion, her mother, Deborah, vowed that she would never let her daughter be forgotten. Then, late last year, she approached Crutcher and asked him to help her show the public the risks women face when they submit to abortions.
Today, Life Dynamics is releasing a new brochure revealing what happened to Marla and her unborn son, including ghastly photos from Marla's autopsy. Life Dynamics is also creating a new website on this issue called: SafeandLegal.com. This website will also feature the same graphic images contained in the brochure.
Crutcher points out that, "These images are a powerful new weapon unlike anything the pro-life movement has ever had before. Because of Deborah's courage, we finally have the ability to expose one of the pro-choice lobby's dirtiest little secrets. And that is exactly what Life Dynamics is committed to doing. Starting today, we are sending a clear and unmistakable message to Planned Parenthood and the rest of the abortion industry that they will no longer be allowed to kill the Marla Cardamones of this world and then just walk away from them like they never existed."
The project is detailed on the January edition of Life Dynamics' monthly television program, LifeTalk, which includes a dramatic interview with Deborah Cardamone. A DVD of that show, plus the new brochure and promotional materials for the campaign, are now available from Life Dynamics.
For an interview call Renee Hobbs at (940) 380-8800