The anti-abortion billboard at Alamogordo has prompted questions from many. One of those questions is who is Nani Lawrence? Besides being the current focus of Greg Fultz's wrath, people are wondering what she looks like and who she is in general.
However, there hasn't been any official statement released by her about whom she actually is but there is a Nani Lawrence who resides in Alamogordo, New Mexico and even attends the same college that Greg Fultz's does. Outrage broke over the fact that Fultz a.k.a. the abortion billboard man of New Mexico released her name and even displayed it publicly as an acronym at the bottom of his sign. He later changed it.
Like the majority of Internet users, this Nani Lawrence, has an online presence. However, unlike many Greg Fultz, this Nani, had the presence of mind to set the majority of her sites to private or viewable to friends only. She is Hispanic, 21 and a college student living at home.
"Me and my bf are expecting, and we're excied (sic) but it took me coaxing. At first, I was concerned about how I would be able to take care of my child. Let me explain....when I was 7, I went into a coma, and it left me with many 'issues'. I lose my balance easily, I am paralyzed on the left side of the face, and it is hard to understanernd (sic) me sometimes. But the most concerning thing of all, I have severe tremors. I will have surgery to try to correct this when I'm 21, but by the time I give birth I'll only be 20. Not to mention the fact that I have been hurt so many times due to my weight that the idea of extra is unbearable. My bf is 15 years older than me and has been told he could never have children. So, of course he always wanted to keep it. It was so unplanned and I'm so unprepared(and I'm against abortion unless you've been raped) that the first thing I thought was 'I'll give it up for adoption.' But his want for a kid compelled him to talk me into it. But after talking to my parents, I've gone back to my initial concerns. If you knew me, you'd know it kills me to do anything that might PO or hurt someone's feelings. How do I bring it up?"
Amongst the sites set to private were Nani Lawrence's Facebook account, her MySpace account and up until recently, her tweets on Twitter were private. Nani's WooMe account plainly stated that she wasn't on the site to cyber but was rather looking for "intelligent convos."
It is important to note that none of the information displayed on any of these Nani Lawrence's accounts mention 35-year-old Greg Fultz or the ongoing abortion billboard at Alamogordo so there's a chance this is just some poor woman who happens to have the same name.
It is also important to note that as everything is playing out, Fultz has really turned himself from a man fighting for first amendment rights and the rights of fathers into what many perceive to be a vindictive and evil liar. See his many bizarre tweets below.
Greg's Twitter account has gone from dark and strange to purely defending himself against attacks. There's even a hashtag just about him now: #GregFultzIsACreep. The YouTube video he created also was blasted by several people. Instead of answering their questions in an intelligent manner, Flutz just began deleting the comments. His Facebook page is completely open for all to gander at--not that there's anything too impressive there.
Plainly stated, Greg Fultz contended that the billboard was erected because he didn't know whether or not his ex-girlfriend, Nani Lawrence, had an abortion but that he believed she had. When she clarified that it was a miscarriage and not an abortion, Flutz chose to keep the billboard up and contended it was an anti-abortion message that wasn't meant to personally attack her. Yeah, right!
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