For a period of years an OB/GYN who provided abortion services saw his Marietta, Georgia, clinic targeted by crowds of sign-waving, chanting protesters, and in 2012 his office was even hit by arsonists.

The office park association housing Dr. Daniel McBrayer Sr.’s Alpha OB/GYN Group complained to him, but his hiring of off-duty police officers to provide security and installing a security camera didn’t stop the protests, and in 2013 the association sued him, claiming he maintained a nuisance in violation of the association’s covenants.

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