Fine, here is the Ohio State vandalism story without the video
Pro-life display vandalized at Ohio State University
Lifesite ^ | Ben Johnson
Posted on Thu Apr 04 2013 21:14:57 GMT-0400 (EDT) by Morgana
COLUMBUS, April 3, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A pro-life group that shows graphic images of aborted babies says it had its display vandalized at Ohio State University on Tuesday.
Created Equal, which is based in Columbus, posted a video on YouTube of an angry college-aged woman tearing down its signs while shouting population control slogans.
“You want an overpopulated earth?” she asked, as she tore apart a series of freestanding posters. “You want to keep on paying taxes for babies that are born to crackheads? Do you really want that? Do you really want a population of people that were born on drugs, that were born into welfare?”
“Do you want to keep on paying for that s—t?” she asked. “Because I don't.”
The woman then walked away.
Several commenters on the video asked why the organization's volunteers apparently made no attempt to stop her.
Created Equal replied on its YouTube page, “We contacted the authorities and they are on the lookout for her. There was no reason for any of our volunteers to risk their own safety in order to stop her vandalism. People are more valuable than objects.”
“This has been our policy for years,” the group elaborated. “We never defend property. Only people.”
Pro-life activists commonly encounter vandalism, hostility, and occasionally violence while promoting the pro-life cause.
Last April, a man jumped out of a car and slashed a banner with a hunting knife as volunteers from the group States of Refuge read the Bible outside the Jackson Women’s Health Organization in Mississippi.
Pro-life displays have been destroyed at Princeton, the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, Western Kentucky University, Northern Kentucky University, the State University of New York at Buffalo, and numerous other institutions of higher learning – sometimes in the name of “free speech.”