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   Dr. Monica Miller Released from Jail
Your Red Rose Rescuer-- Monica Miller "checked" out of the Oakland County "Hilton" at about 1:00 am Friday morning, May 5th, after being on a jail "retreat" for 34 days -- out of a 45 day jail sentence -- unjustly imposed by Judge Cynthia Arvant.
I have already posted my "Open Letter From the Oakland County Jail" -- thank you Will Goodman!
Link to Dr. Miller's "Open Letter":
Some may think that time in jail is simply a suffering that one must endure. But the fact is, for a pro-lifer in jail -- we continue our witness to the unborn we tried to save -- a continuing witness to the sanctity of life in this Culture of Death.
Indeed, when our fellow inmates know why we are in jail -- we receive much respect and support!
Laura Gies, my fellow RRR prisoner of conscience and I remained together the entire time I was in jail. She will be released May 18. The day we were brought into cell block F 1 on March 31st -- an inmate came up to me and said, "You don't look like the type of person who gets into trouble... what 'cha in here for anyway?"
That was the first of many opportunities to promote the cause of life -- to explain what we did and why we did it.
The jail time was filled with so many blessings -- God was working in cell block F 1. We met two women who told us that they had actually given life to their children because of pro-life sidewalk counselors who talked them out of their scheduled abortions at local Detroit-area abortion centers.
One of these women is Moneisha -- Laura Gies's cell mate -- who gave birth to that saved baby just last December. And indeed, she had scheduled her abortion at the Northland Family Planning abortion center where we did the Red Rose Rescue last April -- for which we have been sent to jail!
Pregnant again -- she was considering aborting the new baby. But Laura counseled her and talked her out of it -- and Moneisha wanted to talk about her decision when she learned why Laura was in jail!
So our pro-life efforts continue in jail! Please pray for Moneisha.
Other inmates revealed to us that they had abortions -- and this gave us opportunities to counsel them and lead them to post-abortion healing ministries.
Most of the women in jail with us are there for drug and alcohol-related issues -- 90 %. Their lives are so very broken! We had so many opportunities to listen to them, counsel them, pray with them and evangelize them too!
We started to pray the rosary in the Day Room and a good handful of other inmates joined us--and some, not even Catholic! They looked forward to praying the rosary with us--it was an incredible spiritual experience-- and I'll bet that cell block never saw anything like it!
I want to thank the very many people who supported me in my jail time! I received many letters and emails -- and so many prayers and Masses were offered.
Please, please continue those prayers and gestures of support.
As I said, Laura Gies remains in jail until May 18. Matthew Connolly is out June 6 -- and Fr. Fidelis (Christopher) Mosinski is released June 12.
You can write to them here:
Oakland County Jail
Inmate Name--Inmate Number
PO Box 9103 Seminole, FL 33775-9103
You can find the pro-lifers' prisoner numbers etc., by going to the Oakland County Jail website:
Finally-- I hope you will consider doing a Red Rose Rescue! The unborn have a right to be defended!
God bless you all!
Monica Migliorino Miller

Guilty Verdict for Red Rose Rescuers -- Including Your CPLS Director The RRR took place April 23, 2022 at the Northland Family Planning Abortion Center, Southfield, MI. We Are in Solidarity With the Unwanted
Sentencing is March 30th See Details Below
ALSO see below very fair- Oakland Press Article
After a grueling 4 day trial Feb. 21-24th -- we -- the 6 Red Rose Rescuers -- including me -- your CPLS director--were all found guilty of multiple charges by the 6 person jury -- that even included a devout Orthodox Jewish woman -- who told the judge she had to be out of court by sundown for the Sabbath. We tried to defend a baby like this one:
Aborted at 16 weeks. Found in trash of Vital Med Laboratory, 1988
OUR GREAT GRATITUDE GOES OUT TO ATTORNEY ROBERT MUISE OF THE AMERICAN FREEDOM LAW CENTER. He DID all that he could to persuade the jury, with very strong arguments why were were not guilty of trespass, obstruction of an officer, and interference with business relations. Indeed, myself and Laura Gies were at least found "Not Guilty" on this latter charge. But without a "defense of others", or a "defense of necessity" we were forced to base our case on technicalities of the law. For instance, did the off duty (that's right!) security guard Cornelius McNeal have authority over the hallway outside the Northland Family Planning killing center in Southfield to warn us that we were trespassing and told to leave??? After all, he works for the death mill, not the building owner Nick Chand.
From Left to Right: Atty. Robert Muise, Jacob Gregor, Matthew Connolly, Monica Miller,
Fr. Fidelis Moscinski, Elizabeth Wagi, and Laura Gies
By the time we were arrested, all of us were in the hallway OUTSIDE of the death mill-- as Fr. Fidelis, Jacob Gregor and Elizabeth Wagi had already been assaulted by the security guards and literally thrown out of the death mill. But in the hallway women were still coming in for their appointments--so yes, we could still reach out to them prior to our arrests!
Why are we "GUILTY"? -- because the unborn count for NOTHING! In the court of law, it's as if they don't even exist. No violence against them is recognized by the system--and Judge Cynthia Arvant certainly was not going to do anything bold to rectify this LIE! So-- we are honored to be found guilty--as we tried to help the women scheduled for abortion-- and defended the unwanted. And so, we are now in solidarity with them -- what a way to start LENT! Indeed the second day of our trial was Ash Wednesday. We all wore very obvious ashes on our forehead -- expecting that Judge Arvant would force us to remove them-- BUT ok-- she didn't !! You know, the ashes might prejudice the jury in our favor??? In any case, we would NOT have removed the ashes!
Our sentencing is March 30th, 8:30am, Judge Arvant's court
26000 Evergreen Rd. Southfield, MI

PLEASE COME!! And PLEASE PRAY!! Pray that at least in the sentencing-- there will be a modicum of justice !!
Here is the very fair Oakland County article:
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On April 23, 2023 Six pro-lifers participated in a Red Rose Rescue at the Northland Family Planning killing center in Southfield, MI.
Three of the rescuers - Fr. Fidelis Moscinski, Elizabeth Wagi and Jacob Gregor actually entered the killing center and quietly attempted to talk to women already seated in the waiting room, urging them to choose life, offering help to them and red roses as a sign of life and peace.
Three other rescuers including your CPLS director Monica Miller, with Laura Gies and Matthew Connolly remained in the hallway and basically conducted the equivalent of sidewalk counseling to all moms getting off the elevator.
The three rescuers in the killing center were physically assaulted by the 2 security guards who physically threw the pro-lifers out of the killing center--and then one of them, Stanley Anderson, actually laid his 200 pound body on top of Fr. Fidelis!!
Police arrived eventually. We were all placed under arrest when we told the police that as long as unborn children's lives were about to be exterminated, we could not leave the building.
We have been charged with trespassing and "interference with a business" -- I know, an odd law and odd charge, plus "obstruction of an officer" simply because we refused to "obey" the order to leave.
Click here to download the above article in PDF format.

See Here, News Story on the CPLS Protest of CVS -- and Here's the Link to It:
Activists protest FDA abortion pill policy at Michigan pharmacies
by Hannah Mackay
The Detroit News
At least 30 anti-abortion activists gathered Saturday afternoon at various pharmacies in Michigan to protest the Food and Drug Administration's recent decision to allow certified pharmacies to dispense the abortion pill when prescribed by a certified prescriber.
South Lyon resident Monica Miller helped organize a protest of 15 people outside a CVS on Five Mile Road in Livonia with the Stop Abortion RX group and called the FDA's decision to allow certified pharmacies to dispense the drug "irresponsible." "I think it's reckless and it certainly is an attack on the sacred value of human life when all is said and done. ... It normalizes the abortion practice," Miller, 69, said. Miller hopes people will boycott national pharmacy chains that become certified dispensers of mifepristone and misoprostol.
Mifepristone, taken in a regimen with misoprostol, is commonly known as the "abortion pill" and can be prescribed through 10 weeks gestation to safely end an intrauterine pregnancy, according to the FDA. Brand name mifepristone, otherwise known as Mifeprex, was first approved by the FDA in 2000 and a generic version of the drug was approved in 2019.
"We would hope that under the pressure of a boycott, these pharmaceutical corporations will say 'okay, we're out and we're getting out of the abortion business,'" Miller said.
The Livonia protest was one of several targeting pharmacies like CVS, Rite Aid and Walgreens across Michigan. Others took place in Wyandotte, Bloomfield Hills, Lansing, Grand Rapids, Fremont, Lapeer, East Lansing and Traverse City.
Walgreens told The News they intend to become a certified pharmacy to dispense mifepristone under the mifepristone REMS Program but are not dispensing it yet. "We fully understand that we may not be able to dispense Mifepristone in all locations if we are certified under the program," Walgreens spokesman Fraser Engerman said in an email.
CVS did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Many protesters Saturday, like Sarah Burchart, said they believe aborting a fetus is ending a human life. The 30-year-old Novi resident was concerned about the FDA's decision and worried that there would not be enough oversight of abortions at home. "It's really sad not only because of the life of the unborn being lost, but I think it'll be dangerous for women as far as it's less regulation," Burchart said. "(Taking) the pill without any sort of oversight or anything, that could lead to some really dangerous situations."
Both brand name and generic mifepristone are available under a shared system risk evaluation and mitigation strategy (REMS), the FDA says. The administration reviewed the mifepristone REMS program in 2021 and decided to modify it to reduce the burden on the healthcare delivery system.
Modifications to the program were announced on Jan. 3, 2023, and allow mifepristone to be dispensed "by a certified pharmacy on a prescription issued by a certified prescriber," according to the FDA.
Mifepristone can be dispensed in-person or by mail and pharmacies must complete a pharmacy agreement form to become certified dispensers.
When the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade decision that had previously enshrined the right to an abortion in the Constitution, several states began to enact abortion bans.
A federal lawsuit in Texas challenging the FDA's approval of mifepristone in 2000 could prompt a temporary removal of the drug from the market and a decision is expected soon.
"There are more than 20 years of data demonstrating the safety and effectiveness of medication abortion using Mifepristone," president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Michigan Paula Thornton Greear said in a statement.
"But before this rule change, patients were still limited in how they could obtain the medication after an appointment with their health care provider, and telehealth patients faced special barriers, either having to still travel to a physical health center or wait to receive the medication by mail. Now, patients will be able to visit their local pharmacy without delay," Greear said.
Since the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, abortion access has become a "national crisis," according to Greear. The FDA's new rule allowing certified pharmacies to dispense abortion medication will help expand access to more people, especially those living in poverty and rural areas, she said.
"It’s unfortunate – but not at all surprising – that anti-abortion activists are turning their sights on pharmacies," Greear said in a statement. "We are sorry for the countless Michiganders who will now be faced with this same kind of harassment while simply trying to visit their local retail pharmacy this weekend. We hope Michigan’s pharmacies stand strong in their resolve to fulfill prescriptions for the customers who rely on them, both now and in the future."
Previously, mifepristone could only be administered at a doctor’s office, hospital, or health center from a pre-registered healthcare provider, according to Planned Parenthood.
Misoprostol could be taken anywhere up to 48 hours after mifepristone, allowing people to end pregnancies at home or in other comfortable settings. The in-person requirement for the pill was eliminated in 2021 when the FDA announced that taking the drug at home did not result in increased safety complications.



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