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Abortion volunteer charged with two offenses but not for injuring a priest


Abortion volunteer charged with two offenses but not for injuring a priest
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Michelle Davis is charged with criminal mischief and disorderly conduct and is scheduled to appear in Franklin County Municipal Court on June 6, Created Equal said in a press release Monday. The Columbus City Attorney, however, declined to charge her with

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