It took a jury to figure that out?
Kill babies if that turns you on, but try not to cause a scene.
In an unusual case with national implications, a jury in Cobb County, Georgia, called now-retired abortionist Daniel McBrayer and his defunct Alpha Gynecology and Consulting a nuisance and held them liable for affecting other tenants of a business park that once housed the abortion business. The Governor’s Ridge Office Park Association and other plaintiffs were awarded almost $1.5 million by a Cobb County jury, including more than $311,000 in attorney fees and expenses, according to Law.com. Governor’s Ridge Office Park Association finally filed suit in 2013, which concluded with the judgement against McBrayer on September 20, 2019.
The office park association contended that McBrayer was already the subject of frequent protests when he moved into the office in 2009, and understood the disruption his abortion business would have on the neighboring businesses. Tenants complained to McBrayer about the frequent protests and other disruptions, which violated the association’s covenants and restrictions. McBrayer’s response was only to put up a security camera, which did nothing to halt the nuisance caused by his abortion business.
This case is thought to be important because it gives other office park associations a template to follow when abortion businesses move in and cause disruptions for any nuisance they cause.
Killing babies . . . and a liar too! Oh, the humanity.
In McBrayer’s case, he announced his retirement and shut down his Alpha Gynecology abortion business at that location in 2015. He transferred the property to a family trust, which was also a defendant in the suit.
But instead of actually retiring, McBrayer reopened at another location. His business closed permanently in 2016, when the landlord sued him for failing to disclose that his business was an abortion clinic.
Neither McBrayer or his mega-church pastor had any comment on the jury award.