Tuesday, January 11, 2011

21,000+ Hear Abby Johnson's Webcast; DOS Attack on Ignatius Press Servers

Good news: Abby Johnson's webcast drew in more than 21,000 viewers last night. Less good: Shawn Carney told Steve Ertelt at LifeNews that denial of service attacks were made on the Ignatius Press servers during and after the webcast:

Last night 21,613 people jammed onto the “Unplanned” webcast to hear former Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson reveal what she experienced inside the abortion business — and why she resigned her job and joined the pro-life movement,” he said. ”The positive comments are still pouring in.”

"He said the number of people wanting to order the book, combined with some pro-abortion attacks on the Ignatius Press web site, is making it hard for some people to order.

“Unfortunately, the flood of orders — combined with what appears to be a vicious, orchestrated “denial of service” attack by those who don’t want you reading Abby’s book — caused the Ignatius web server to crash during our webcast, and many people could not get their copies of “Unplanned,” he explained. “Ignatius Press worked late into the night fortifying their web servers — and now they’re ready.”

It must be a powerful book if people think it necessary to launch DOS attacks to stop you from buying it. You can go here to order a copy:


Anonymous said...

I listened to the webcast and if Abby's book and the documentary about Planned Parenthood called- Maafa21 makes it's way into everyone's hands- it will be over for Planned Parenthood. I urge everyone getting this book to also watch Maafa21 and connect the racist dots to Planned Parenthood as well. http://www.maafa21.com

A Shepherd's Voice said...

A commentor, whose comment for some reason Google blooger was unable to publish wrote "Please provide documented proof of the alleged attacks and their severity so we can distinguish this from paranoia-driven crosshair hype which has become all too common these days."

The information in the LifeNews story was independently verified with Ignatius Press before publication.