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RAW Story: Man who wanted $999 trillion in abortion ‘damages’ arrested over threats

April 6, 2010- A Texas law school graduate who sued the US Supreme Court justices demanding $999 trillion for allowing abortion is behind bars after threatening to use deadly force at an abortion clinic.

FBI agents arrested Erlyndon Joseph Lo on Saturday afternoon, a day after he filed a rambling request with a federal court in Dallas asking for a restraining order.

Lo asked that the police be restrained from stopping him when he shows up at a Dallas abortion clinic to "use deadly force to defend the innocent life of another human being," the Dallas Morning News reports.

"My life is at stake," Lo wrote in the court request. "I could be MURDERED and KILLED as early as April 2, 2010, at 12:00 p.m. NOON in Dallas, Texas ("TX") if you do not IMMEDIATELY GRANT MY REQUEST for in the very least a TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER!!!"

"I plan on saving at least one human life in Dallas, Texas at 12:00 p.m. at the Southwestern late-term abortion facility, 8616 Greenville Ave. at Royal Ln. (NE corner), Dallas 75243

My religious beliefs include the beliefs that an individual is alive at the moment of conception, abortion is murder and is the worst murder of all murders possible because these babies are completely defenseless, and I am entitled under my religious beliefs to use deadly force if necessary to save the innocent life of another."

Lo was brought before a judge on Monday and charged with one count of using interstate commerce to communicate a threat to injure and one count of threatening force to intimidate and interfere with clients and employees of a reproductive health service.



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