Pro-Life Activist Biden Put in Prison is Mistreated, Denied Medical Care

Sarah Terzo

Pro-life activist Heather Idoni, 59, who is awaiting sentencing for blocking entrances to abortion facilities, suffered a stroke at Northern Neck Regional Jail in West Virginia after being subjected to extended solitary confinement and other inhumane treatment.

Information in this article comes from a May 9, 2024, email from the Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising (PAUU) unless otherwise indicated.

Mistreatment Suffered in Jail
Idoni was found guilty of violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act in multiple states. According to Live Action News, Idoni is facing up to fifty years in prison and fines of over one million dollars--all for nonviolent civil disobedience.

Idoni was first placed in solitary confinement for sharing food with another inmate. She remained there, in isolation, for two weeks. She was out of confinement for less than a day when she was sent back, this time for taking off her wrist ID bracelet. Idoni has severe carpal tunnel syndrome and may have removed her bracelet because of pain.

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