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The KANSAS COALITION FOR LIFE, Project Love, Prayer, and Persistent Political Action
5575 South Mosley Street, Wichita, KS 67216-3631      PHONE: (316) 522-8866      FAX: (316) 522-8833
INCIDENT REPORT:        Therese A. Dippolito
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Shift Start:Shift End:
2:30 PM3:30 PM
  TURN-AROUND #1 and #2; Therese Dippolito:

Today, Therese was all alone on-site. In spite of being alone, she was able to accomplish two Turn-Arounds:

TURN-AROUND #1: At about 3:00 pm, a young Caucasian couple, who appeared to be about 20 years old, came into Tiller's parking lot in separate cars. She was in a grey Tarsus and he was in a black Corvette (both Kansas tags - both tag numbers on file). They parked on the south side of Tiller's parking lot, in adjacent stalls.

As they walked toward Tiller's entrance, Therese called out to them, and asked them not to kill their baby. About 10 minutes later, they were back at their cars,. Talking to each other, and Therese was able to talk to them over-the-fence.

They talked for about 15 minutes, and the young man did not appreciate Therese's input. Therese reminded them that: "Thou shalt not Kill" is a commandment of God, and she warned them that if they violated it, that they would regret it for the rest of their life!"

The young lady did not say anything to Therese, but she likely appreciated Therese being there, because the man was trying to get her to go back into Tiller's and she kept resisting him. He was hugging her, loving her, and urging her to go back into Tillers with him, but she did not go.

After about 15 minutes of talking, Therese returned to the gate, and, there, talked for about 5 more minutes again (in a raised voice from that distance) for a total conversation time of about 20 minutes.

At that point, the young couple got into their cars and left at 3:30 pm.

The lady came out first. She waived a friendly waive to Therese, smiled, and plainly (quietly) said "Thank you" through her open window - softly, so that he would not hear her. (He also had open car windows and was right behind her.

While Therese was talking over-the-fence to the couple in Turn-Around #1, a young Caucasian lady who is 8-months pregnant, and 25 years old, who was driving a red sedan with Kansas tags (Therese was not able to get the tag number) came walking out of Tillers, to her car, and overheard much of what Therese was saying to the young couple. She eventually started her car, and came directly from Tiller's Parking Lot, to Choices Parking Lot.

Therese was able to tell her that everything at Choices Medical Clinic is free. She parked and went directly in, smiling at Therese as she went past.

The lady remained in Choices Medical Clinic beyond the end of Therese's shift (more than an hour and a half). She did not return to Tillers.

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