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May 11, 2010

Pro-Abortion Activists to Public: 'Let not the truth be known'

Topics: Abortion, Political News and commentaries

"Let not the truth be known" is the clear take-away message from abortion activists' forcing of the delay of the world premiere of the abortion industry exposÃÆ'© "BloodMoney" (website here).

From LifeSiteNews.com:

The world premiere of the abortion industry expose' "BloodMoney" has been delayed by what its producers say was the pressure that pro-abortion activists put on the owner of the theatre where the film was to feature.

The Albany Times-Union reports that Roman Jaquez, a filmmaker from Troy, New York and producer of "BloodMoney," said that the owner of the Spectrum 8 Theatres called him over a week ago to inform him that he had canceled the screening after receiving phone calls from pro-abortion activists threatening to picket the theater for debuting the film.

Jaquez had rented the theater for four screenings scheduled for last Wednesday and Thursday, and personally had to turn away people who came to the Spectrum Theater on Delaware Ave. expecting to see the show. Ticket holders either had their tickets refunded or exchanged.

"I find it hypocritical that pro-abortion activists claim to be pro-choice, but don't want the public to have a choice in what films they can watch," said David K. Kyle, director of the film, in a statement.

The theater's owner, Keith Pickard, told the Times-Union that while it was true he canceled the opening, it was not over the potential of protestors outside the theater. However, he would not tell the Times-Union the reason for cancelling.

"It was just a private rental that didn't work out, and it's not for me to make public a private agreement," he told the Albany newspaper. "It was amicable on both sides."

However, the cancellation and controversy may have benefited the premiere of "Blood Money" rather than harmed it.

"The amount of interest to see the film has multiplied," Jacquez told the Times-Union.

[...] Jaquez had rented the theater for four screenings scheduled for last Wednesday and Thursday, and personally had to turn away people who came to the Spectrum Theater on Delaware Ave. expecting to see the show. Ticket holders either had their tickets refunded or exchanged.

"I find it hypocritical that pro-abortion activists claim to be pro-choice, but don't want the public to have a choice in what films they can watch," said David K. Kyle, director of the film, in a statement.

The theater's owner, Keith Pickard, told the Times-Union that while it was true he canceled the opening, it was not over the potential of protestors outside the theater. However, he would not tell the Times-Union the reason for cancelling.

"It was just a private rental that didn't work out, and it's not for me to make public a private agreement," he told the Albany newspaper. "It was amicable on both sides."

However, the cancellation and controversy may have benefited the premiere of "Blood Money" rather than harmed it.

"The amount of interest to see the film has multiplied," Jacquez told the Times-Union.

Here's the film's trailer:

Posted by Richard at May 11, 2010 3:27 PM



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