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On Tuesday, federal prosecutors announced charges against two Antifa terrorists for vandalizing anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers in Florida.

Caleb Freestone, 27, and Amber Smith-Stewart, 23, are charged with criminal violation of the FACE Act (Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances) “by using threats of force to intimidate and interfere with the employees of a reproductive health services facility,” according to a Department of Justice press release.

The indictment against Freestone and Smith-Stewart specifies that they and other co-conspirators allegedly spray-painted threats on the facility in Winterhaven, Florida, including,

“If abortions aren’t safe than niether [sic] are you,” “YOUR TIME IS UP!!,” “WE’RE COMING for U,” and “We are everywhere.”

The Middle District of Florida Grand Jury submitted an indictment that “alleges that Caleb Freestone, 27, and Amber Smith-Stewart, 23, engaged in a conspiracy to prevent employees of reproductive health services facilities from providing those services.”

Prosecutors say that they spray-painted threats on three facilities total in the Miami-Dade area between May 28 and July 3, 2022, with messages referencing the violent pro-abortion group “Janes Revenge,” according to The Washington Free Beacon.

This is the first time that assailants against an anti-abortion facility have been charged under the FACE act.

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If the two are convicted they could each potentially serve up to 12 years in federal prison, three years of parole, and fines of up to $350,000.

According to the Free Beacon, Freestone was connected to the group ‘Whatever It Takes’ a group affiliated with prior illegal activity, such as disorderly conduct at a July 2022 school board meeting and the hanging of an illegal banner from a Miami meeting in July.

The case reportedly could represent a conflict of interest for the DOJ civil rights division’s Kristen Clarke, who asserted in 2018 that the same facilities attacked by Freestone and Smith-Stewart were “predatory” and targeted minority women. She allegedly used the hashtag “#ExposeFakeClinics,” as reported by the Free Beacon. Freestone’s affiliates at ‘Whatever It Takes’ did too.

Both suspects have been confirmed as self-professed Antifa by multiple reports and social media posts with Smith-Stewart, calling herself “Antifa, anti-capitalist” and “NON BINARY” on Facebook.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) objected strongly to Clarke’s confirmation last year in comments that seemed to presage this investigation. He said,  “Kristen Clarke never should have been confirmed,” he told the Free Beacon. “Her disdain toward the very people now under threat was predictable and it should be disqualifying. Attorney General Garland should make clear that Clarke will have no involvement in any of these cases as those move forward.”

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