This time, Gwinnett police say no one will be arrested for displaying the banners — at least until prosecutors sort out whether doing so is a criminal offense.
A senior policy advisor for Operation Rescue said Thursday that a "Truth Truck" will arrive in Gwinnett on Saturday with banners similar to ones that caused a stir near the Mall of Georgia in Buford the day after Thanksgiving.
In that incident, police charged 44-year-old Robert Roethlisberger Jr. of Belton, Mo. with disorderly conduct after a citizen complained about banners on a truck he drove. The banners showed a headless and bloody fetus and the partially crushed head of a fetus being held in forceps.