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It's been confirmed that just days before the March for Life event that happened at the end of January in Lubbock, Planned Parenthood sent Lubbock Police a watch list of 13 names.

As heard on the Chad Hasty Show on KFYO, Scott Mann with Lubbock Lights discussed the police statement, which was published on Thursday, March 18th. It said that these 13 people were described as "living in and around the City of Lubbock, while the others are the 'big names' who will be coming in and are listed as speakers at the rallies." Reports say that some of the names were tagged with descriptors such as "aggressive".

Police went on to say they conducted an open-source search on the 13 people, who along with their names, Planned Parenthood also provided images and dates of birth. KAMC News made an open-records request to find out whether or not this list was only used internally or if the results were given to Planned Parenthood. Police say that they were only used for law enforcement purposes.

Of the 13 listed, Mark Lee Dickson was one of them. He was a speaker at the March for Life event and was an organizer of the petition to make the City of Lubbock a "sanctuary city for the unborn," meaning abortions would be outlawed in the City.

Dickson told KAMC:

An employee of a Planned Parenthood in Waco, Texas created and shared a ‘watch list’ of pro-life activists with the Lubbock Police Department. This is extremely disturbing


The event which took place outside of Planned Parenthood in January was a peaceful event. If anyone deserves to be watched by the Lubbock Police Department, it is Planned Parenthood. They are the ones who have expressed a desire to murder innocent human beings by abortion in Lubbock, Texas.

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