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National Pro-Life Organization Soon to Release Ground Breaking Project

1/2/2013 - 12:46 PM PST

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DENTON, TX (January 2, 2013) - Today, Life Dynamics, Inc. a national Pro-life organization in Denton, Texas, known for their Investigation into the Marketing of Aborted Babies Body Parts, their National Abortion Federation and Planned Parenthood Child Predator investigation, and Black Genocide Documentary: Maafa 21 has announced the unveiling of a brand new project for 2013.

The details will be unveiled in their monthly pro-life talk show Life Talk hosted by Mark Crutcher, President of Life Dynamics, Fr. Frank Pavone National Director of Priests for Life, Troy Newman President of Operation Rescue, Jill Stanek, and Dr. Johnny Hunter of LEARN. (

Life Dynamics President Mark Crutcher is calling this a Ground Breaking Project for 2013 which WILL get the attention of the abortion industry and is certain to be an effective tool for pro-lifers nationwide.

Look for the release a few weeks prior to the 40th anniversary of Roe. V. Wade.

What some Pro-life leaders are saying about this project:

• "We need to tell the truth no matter where it leads !"
• "This is a new tool for the pro-life movement"
• "This project is Gigantic"
• "We are going to ask the abortion industry to "Explain This to the American People !"
• "It is going to be a knockout punch to the abortion cartel!"

If you would be interested in speaking with Mark Crutcher about this or any other Life Dynamics project, e-mail or call @ 940-380-8800.

Life Dynamics projects are linked at this website:

View Mark Crutcher's Bio here

Look for Life Dynamics, Pro-Life America and Maafa21 on Facebook and Twitter !


Life Dynamics, Inc.   TX, 76209 US
Mark  Crutcher - President and Founder,  940-380-8800


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