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Notorious abortionist James Pendergraft locked out of abortion clinic by police according to reports

Posted in Abortion, Abortion clinic closed by state, abortion clinic safety, abortionist, Pendergraft with tags , , , , , , , on June 13, 2013 by saynsumthn

pendergraftAbortionist James Scott Prendergraft — under his FIFTH suspended killing license — is in the far background. Police are allegedly at the clinic now, closing him down. Pendergraft has a sordid history which you can read here

According to pro-lifers, “He has just shown up, and he. is. angry. Phones for this killing place are officially not ringing through as of this morning. Reports are in that the press has arrived. Demons are raging. Police have just been called on the sheriff. Abortionist is trying to get in the building. Police have locked him out.”



Pro-lifers in Florida are reporting the closure of James Scott Pendergraft’s Orlando abortion clinic. According to pro-lifers in the state, “Police are swarming the place — knocking down doors! Hauling out evidence! Furniture, paintings, ultrasounds being loaded in a moving truck! Pro-lifers have been allowed to go inside … seeing the horrible exam rooms where the little ones suffered such horror. And, of course, all the human sacrifice assistants are blaming John in their anger for shutting their big bucks-making killing facility down…”


Yesterday pro-lifers in front of the Orlando Women’s Center reported that a women in her 9th month came by to kill / abort her child, despite the fact that the law only allows abortions thru 24 weeks:


According to pro-lifers, “Danielle actually looked up on the abortuary’s website to see if she could get an abortion at NINE months pregnant. And this morning, she came for her appointment on late-term day to murder her baby. But faithful, full-time missionary, John Barros, was there to stop her and do his best to rescue that little one being taken to the slaughter… to speak up for that baby who had no idea what was about to happen to him or her… to share the Gospel with Danielle and talk to her about repentance. And as of a few minutes ago, Danielle has left the killing place and has gone down to the pregnancy help center! Three other late-term mamas have fled from their killing appointments as well! Praise the Lord for His faithful soldiers on the front lines with the Gospel in Orlando this morning!”



Channel 9 has learned details surrounding a raid at an abortion clinic in Orlando on Thursday.

The clinic is called the Orlando Women’s Center, and it’s located at Lucerne Terrace in downtown Orlando.


Dr. James Pendergraft said Thursday’s raid was tied to a 2001 lawsuit where a patient, mid-abortion, left the facility, and later gave birth to a child with cerebral palsy.

WFTV found out that Pendergraft was found guilty of medical malpractice and his license had been suspended.

That case went to court and there was a $38 million dollar judgment decided in 2011.

But the clinic has only paid $100,000 of that settlement. Pendergraft said the raid is the result of that.

Pendergraft said he got the notice agents would be seizing property Monday.

He said the agents were taking whatever they could to help settle the suit after collections agents could not get money from them.

Pendergraft said the assets were not his, but rather in a trust.

Crews pulled out everything from office furniture to patient exam beds from the Orlando Women’s Center Thursday.

“The sheriff department is following the orders of the judge that had this done on Monday, but what makes this illegal is that it’s not mine or that of Orlando Women’s Center,” said Pendergraft.

Pendergraft said as a result of the raid, his patients are being sent elsewhere.

The clinic has been in the news before. It’s controversial because it’s one of the only clinics in the area that offers late-term abortions and has offered coupons for abortion discounts in the past.

Read another story here and here

Abortionist’s secret habits

Posted in Abortion, Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortion clinic worker arrested, abortionist, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , on June 12, 2013 by saynsumthn


Abortionist’s secret habits

Lifestyle of an abortionist


On January 15, 1999, abortionist Neville W. Duncan was placed on 18 months’ probation, sentenced to 30 days in jail and fined $250 after pleading no contest to charges that he beat his wife and was arrested with crack cocaine in his pocket.

According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article, Doctor sentenced to 30 days in jail, A prosecutor in the case stated that,

“When you are providing medical services to others, they expect you to be healthy and in a good way. . . . In this case, I want him to be monitored. If he is to continue as a medical professional, he needs to remain absolutely drug-free.”
Here is the mug shot of Duncan from the time of the event.

Duncan is currently licensed (2013) with the State of Wisconsin and his online address goes to this National Abortion Federation Clinic

Abortionist’s hygiene – Can you say gross?

During a Kansas House Committee on Health and Human Services hearing March 15, 2005, Kansas City Police Detective William Howard gave the following testimony concerning the appearance of abortionist Krishna Rajanna when he responded to a call at Rajanna’s clinic:

“Abortionist Dr. Krishna Rajanna lacked personal hygiene. His hair was messy, hands dirty, and his clothing was wrinkled and stained. He put on old, used foot booties while we were there. In a statement to me one witness/suspect related how Dr. Rajanna was a filthy man who did not properly sterilize his equipment.”

Being stoned not a problem for abortion doc

Sheri McDaniel, a former employee of abortionist William Malcolm Knarr, swore in an affidavit October 22, 1992 that Knarr appeared to be high on drugs while at the 720 Central Facility.

“On one occasion I heard a conversation at the front desk between Dr. Knarr and another employee in which Knarr stated he had taken some Stadol because he had a headache. He told his staff when he came in to do the abortion that he was not alert. He went ahead and performed the procedure anyway. Knarr had a picnic for his employees at his home when I first began working there. At least one individual who worked for Knarr was also snorting amphetamines. This employee would snort these amphetamines during her working hours at Knarr’s facility.”

Abortionist drunk loses license

In January of 2005, The California Medical Board revoked the license of abortionist Glenn E. Miller in repsonse to findings during Medical Board of California Case # D1-1996-70206

The board accused Miller of being intoxicated while on duty.

In 1997, Miller was having so much trouble controlling his drinking that it became apparent to fellow employees. The case details that even though Miller repeatedly entered rehab programs he continued to relapse into drinking. In 1998 a psychiatric evaluation of Miller established,
“That there existed a high likelihood of danger to patients if treatment were unsuccessful.”

The Golden Gate Planned Parenthood Group later employed Miller in the Bay area. In December of 1998, despite Miller’s history of intoxication, the Women’s Community Medical (abortion) Clinic in San Jose also employed him for the purpose of surgical procedures relating to abortion.

On July 3, 2000, according to the report of his diversion program manager, Miller was “brought in drunk and passed out at White Memorial Hospital’s ER this weekend.”
On June 12, 2003, he again tested positive for alcohol while in the employment of The Women’s Community Medical (abortion) clinic. He blamed the result on something he had eaten, but was ordered to cease practicing medicine for six months. Miller continued to drink and in one occasion after failing to show up for a urine test, Miller was contacted by telephone and appeared “totally incoherent.”

Miller later enrolled into a program where Miller claims his therapist failed to treat him for issues relating to his past (he claimed he was abused as a child). In an interesting revelation, Miller’s therapist diagnosed him as having a sexual addiction and recommended that Miller never be able to treat a female patient.

Bertha Bugarin, owner of several abortion clinics that employed Miller testified in the case that Miller was in her estimation:

“responsible, punctual, and professional”

and despite the overwhelming evidence of Miller’s addictions,

“would welcome Miller back into her abortion clinics.”

Cocaine, stalking – just another day

According to NY State Board of Professional Medical Conduct Case # BPMC 01-99, abortionist Daniel Holschauer had been treated for cocaine abuse and was reported to have lied on his medical applications about his troubles. Local news stated that he lied to officials at two hospitals when he applied for privileges at both hospitals, claiming he’d never had a problem with drugs or alcohol abuse. An article in the The Times Herald (01/06/01) stated that in fact, he’d been in drug rehab for cocaine addiction, which had cost him a job in 1988, and which was an ongoing problem. He was also charged with stalking abortion patients that he wanted to have sex with.

Wise Guy embraces abortion for the $$$

Why own an abortion clinic? It’s about the women right?

Meet a notorious Chicago mobster Anthony T. (Tony) Centracchio. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Living the high life without getting caught (08/25/02), Centracchio was quite the entrepreneur as he operated an illegal video gambling operation that took in over $22 million dollars.

As most people know, in order to be a successful mobster such as Centracchio, you need legitimate ways to explain the good life you’re living – nice houses, fancy cars, big vacations, and private schools for the kids. He could hardly just throw all that money into a savings account, so he purchased high dollar businesses such as abortion clinics to help hide the source of the income.

But perhaps for Centracchio the purchase of the abortion clinic served multiple purposes as a March 3, 2001 article revealed – this 71-year-old mobster was also captured in the compromising position of having sex with an employee at his abortion clinic. (Perhaps this is the “about women” part)

Below is an exert from the US District Court, Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division: Case # 99CR-325 USA vs. Anthony T. Centracchio. In preparing the case, the FBI placed surveillance cameras in the A.C.T. Medical Center (which was owned by Centracchio). Among other things, the camera caught Centracchiowith an envelope of cash that was delivered to the clinic.

US District Court, Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division: Case # 99CR-325
USA vs. Anthony T. Centracchio

“Anthony Centracchio became the leader or boss of the Eboli-Centracchio Enterprise sometime subsequent to the death of Louis “the Mooch” Eboli. In this capacity, as had Louis “the Mooch” Eboli, he supervised the collection of money including the payment of “street tax,” and distribution of sums of money for the payment of bribes to law enforcement and public officials in Franklin Park, Melrose Park, Northlake, Stone Park, and elsewhere in the State of Illinois, for the protection of the operation of video gambling machines and assistance in the conduct of adult entertainment businesses in those areas.On or about April 2, 1993, defendant Thomas R. Tucker drove to and entered A.C.T. Medical Center, an established owned and operated by defendant Anthony T. Centracchio.”

$80,000 in gambling debts

The Associated Press reported in an article that appeared in the Birmingham News, Abortion doctor lost at gambling, probers say (09/03/93), that abortionist George Wayne Patterson had over $80,000 in gambling debts before he was killed in a Mobile, Alabama parking lot located in the nightclub district. In his Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition, Patterson reportedly said his gambling losses for the previous year totaled $50,000. He owed at least three bookies $80,000.

Abortion is a Sacred Sacrifice

In her book, Pagan Meditations, Ginette Paris describes abortion this way:


“as an essentially religious act, a sacred sacrifice to Artemis. One aborts an impossible love, not a hatred.”

In her book, The Sacrament of Abortion,

Paris explains that if we saw abortion as a sacred ritual, “it would restore to the act a sense of the sanctity of life. …For those sisters who have chosen the “sacrament” of abortion, we will make sacred the sacrifice.”

Are you a good witch or a . . . never mind you’re all OK by me

Patricia Baird-Windle, owner of the Aware Women’s abortion clinic in Florida was accused by some of being a witch. This was what Wren Walker of the “Witche’s Voice” had to say in her defense,

“Patricia Baird-Windle has not declared herself as a Witch (although to quote a Seinfeld episode “Not that’s there’s anything WRONG with that!). She ( Windle the abortion clinic owner) is in fact, known in the community in question as a Christian..albeit a Christian tolerant of feminists, witches and women’s rights.”

The car below was owned by one of the Aware Women’s clinic employees.

The bumper sticker text is included here in case you can’t read them on your monitor
1) “IN GODDESS WE TRUST” bumper sticker
3) One on top of the bumper that is not visible: “MY GODDESS GAVE BIRTH TO YOUR GOD”



Who do Voodoo?

According to the article, How abortion ‘con man’ defied the law (NY Newsday 05/02/93), the ex-wife of abortion doctor, Maxen Samuel, claimed that Samuel used voodoo to persuade her to perform illegal abortions.

She stated to police that,

“he was very powerful and could cause my death, if he wished to do so, lighting candles, going into trances and be seemingly possessed by spirits . . . My husband would have friends and colleagues at our home to participate in these rituals.”

Brooklyn prosecutors dismissed the voodoo accusation as “beyond belief.” Samuel was later arrested for the illegal dumping of bloody medical waste from one of his Queens clinics.

Abortion Doc wears crimson devil horn and tail

Lewis Koplick Crimson Horn Devil and Tail Abortionist

The University of New Mexico’s student paper, The Lobo Daily, noted in a 11/05/93 article that abortionist Lewis H. Koplik admitted to wearing devil’s tail and a crimson horn at a demonstration. He claimed that he does not “personally believe in devils” but wore the costume to make a point.

Abortion worker practices ancient rituals

City Beats article, Local clinic closes rather than obey new Ohio law (02/22/06), shows that Debi Jackson, an Ohio abortion clinic employee, practices an ancient Chinese ritual inside Cincinnati Women’s Services (abortion) clinic where she works.

Debi Jackson

In this photo by the article’s author, Sam Robinson, Jackson is seen applying the ritual of Harmonic vibrations caused by rubbing a dragon bowl’s brass handles create wavelets and jumping water.

A free rock in honor of the killing of your child
Ms. Magazine in their article, Abortion under attack (August-September, 2001), talks about the strange actions of Peg Johnston, director of Southern Tier Women’s Services abortion clinic near Binghamton, New York, who offers women a polished stone before their abortion and describes Native American and Buddhist rituals “to help the healing process.”

Johnston tells them,

‘There is no Hallmark card for you, but it doesn’t mean you can’t honor your loss.”

Abortion clinic escort, High Priest and Wiccan Elder
Joseph Z, abortion clinic escort posted this is on his website Joe and,

“Welcome to, a site of witchcraft, bellydancing, anthropology, music and assorted tidbits of art and spirituality! (a.k.a. the Klingon, the Bear, Bjornkin Frievalkyr, Pan, Captain Kirk, Hagrid, Gimli, Hagrim, or simply “Joe”) Zuchowski is a Wiccan elder with over twenty-five years of Craft experience, and the High Priest of the Pagan Way Grove and Kyklos ton Asterion Coven. He is also a member of the Ordo Templi Orientis. Joe has studied Wong Lao Teh Gar kung fu and also holds a black belt in the martial art of kajungdo. A political activist he has done abortion clinic defense and marched on Washington”

Have you ever been called a witch?

Here is a “Feminist Purity Test” that was posted online asks these questions to prove you are a “Pure” Feminist:

Do you say ‘goddess’ instead of ‘god’?
Have you ever been called a witch or weird?
Can you list 3 female goddesses?
Was that ritual a pagan one?
Are you a lesbian?
Have you ever had a physical relationship with another woman?
Have you ever had a legal abortion?
Have you ever assisted a friend who needed an abortion?
Have you ever participated in clinic defense at an abortion clinic?

Abortion Clinic Escort on the Pagan Path
On the website author Shining Spider penned an essay, Finding the Warrior Goddess In the Unlikeliest of Places, describes how her “religious life” and her activist life mingles as she works as an abortion clinic escort.

In her own words:

“Often, when we are on the “Pagan path” of seeking a relationship with the divine, we seek it out in what are still pretty traditional ways. Pagans – like other religious people – use meditation, chanting, prayer, worship, classes and workshops to find that aspect within each of us that links up with our idea of deity. Through these exercises we don’t only find peace or a connection with the Goddess, but we also learn more about ourselves.

I did ‘clinic defense’ work with a group based in DC. The basic premise is that, working with the clinic, we make a safe passage from street to door for women who are often yelled at by pro-life/anti-choice protesters. Not all clinics are in need of this – I, for many years, went to a Planned Parenthood.

During breaks, I noticed the changes that had taken place. Normally, I do not stand with the best posture and have trouble making eye contact with strangers. Through the initial hour or so of protest I had begun to stand tall and to meet the stare of the looming protestor, who seemed to constantly stand behind me screaming, ‘House of Abortion.’ This behavior change carried through my day and has spilled over into my day-to-day life. The woman who used to avoid eye contact, in the office hallway, has been replaced by a tall standing woman, now freely owning her own space, with a smile. When images of warriors are conjured in my mind, it is an active role; a person on horseback lunging forward into the throngs of ‘the enemy.’ Never before did I consider that holding my ground, making eye contact with a person throwing insults, or simply holding a door could hold that same energy or devotion to change.”

Abortion clinic named after goddess

The 1998 Sept/Oct edition of Christianity Today featured and article titled Bewitched, that spoke about how paganism was being mainstreamed into society.

The author writes:

“Like many Christians, I knew little about the neo-pagan movement until five years ago, when I discovered that the name of a Seattle abortion clinic, “Aradia,” named after a “goddess of healing arts,” also was cited in witchcraft literature as the daughter of the moon goddess Diana and the sun god Lucifer sent to earth to establish witchcraft.”

Satanic Video allegedly shows abortion rituals

A February 23, 1992 article in the UK’s newspaper, The Independent, focused on a controversial satanic video. A woman identified only as ”Jennifer” claimed to have been a member of the group that made the video and said that she took part in ”rituals” held in the same room.

The paper reported that she told in graphic detail how she was made to take part in the sacrifice of young children, including her own baby daughter. She said one scene from the video was the abortion of a five-month-old fetus that would be used in sacrificial rituals. Her account was contested by some that claimed the video did not show children and the house where it was filed did not have a basement. But superintendent Michael Hames, head of the Obscene Publications Squad, said: ”It contains scenes of offenses of grievous bodily harm which are performed in a ritualistic fashion.” He added that the statements by ”Jennifer” amounted to an allegation of murder and the police wished to identify and interview her.

Witches and abortion

In the essay, Ethics of Abortion, a witch’s perspective, the author invesitgates the historical role of the witch and their association with abortion. Quoting from a variety of sources she writes:

About the witch as the abortionist:

“As a Wiccan High Priestess, I asked myself, where should a Witch’s ethics on abortion be grounded? My first approach was to consider the historical background of the Witch as an abortionist. Before the burning times women controlled their own medicine, and abortion was herbally induced. . . so we are told in Witches, Midwives, and Nurses (pg 14).”

About the witch and contraceptives:

“Ancient methods of family limitation known to the Greeks and Romans–contraceptive sponges, abortifacient drugs–were outlawed by the clergy and retained only in some secret traditions of witchcraft” (pg 174). Barbara Walker In her book, The Skeptical Feminist”

About her experience at a pro-choice event:

“Casting pentagrams in the air I yelled “I invoke Diana, protect your women” Some pro-choice women started chanting, “We all come from the Goddess”, while other pro-choice women defiantly held up crosses made from rusty clothes hangers. As they supported my ritual they became a part of it, blending our energies together. I focused on “Miss Forward”, repeating the invocation until peaking our cone.”

Say what? The goddess lives in my body?

The National Review reported December 16, 1991 that several escorts at the Feminist WHC clinics chanted bizarre chants. Besides the usual boilerplate (“fascist p—k,” “f—ing bitch,” KKK,” “Bircher,” etc.), the clinic escorts have chanted such lines as: “The goddess lives here in my body,” “Masturbation can be fun,” and “Jesus was an olive-skinned gay Jewish healer.”

Abortion important among witches and pagans

In the pagan journal, The New Moon Rising, one witch writes about how pagans can take part in pro-abortion demonstrations.

“Wicca and Paganism are earth religions…the responsibility for the Freedom of Choice. (The abortion issue) has become more important among witches and pagans as they find themselves able to become more public, you can find Pagan-folk at the scene of ever major (pro-choice) demonstration…”

Aborted fetuses used for sacrifice in a satanic coven

On March 17, 1990, The Independent printed an article entitled, Ritual killing fears in child sex rings, author states that children and women are impregnated in ritualist satanic fashion only to have the unborn children sacrificed and fetuses killed by pedophiles during satanic rites. Evidence gathered from children has convinced them that sophisticated child sex rings are involved in this ritual murder.

Social workers state that children are telling them horrific tales and they believe that in some circumstances the stories are true.

Jan Van Wagtendonk, consultant in child sexual abuse work with the National Children’s Home said:

”I believe that this does happen. Children are telling us about seeing babies killed, of killing animals, drinking urine and eating human flesh. Kids who at the time of abuse were only eight years old are saying they have been involved in the killing of babies. But we have no physical proof. I don’t know of any bodies having been dug up. I don’t know if dolls are being used and the children are being confused. We just don’t have the proof that these things have happened but I believe that killings have taken place.The ritual is used to scare the children into secrecy. Participating in the ceremonies makes them feel guilty and implicates them. Their stories are so incredible that people will not bother to believe them.”

The claims are that girls, known as ”brood mares”, produce fetuses for sacrifice in a coven. The mothers are said to participate sometimes in the killing.

One of the alleged victims of these rituals told the paper,

”I saw one foetus having its throat cut. The blood was collected for drinking and the body was burned. Sometimes killing will be done by stabbing through the heart. Bits of the body are taken out. The liver and the heart are important. They are eaten or stored in a freezer until the next time around. Sometimes they will melt down the fat for candles and bones are used as aphrodisiacs.Babies are important because it is believed that Satan likes something that is pure so that it can be defiled. Children are considered pure, so to defile them and drink their blood is seen as enhancing a person’s power.The girls are kept through blackmail. It is very hard to get them to talk. A girl of 13 may have killed a baby. That is murder. People will tell them that they can’t go to anyone because they have killed as well.”

Family Planning doc prescribes exorcism

The Daily Telegraph, (NHS doctor ‘told patient she was possessed by evil': 11/9/2006), reported that Dr. Joyce Pratt in London, who practices at several family Planning clinics, told a patient that she had “something sinister” moving in her stomach and needed an exorcism to ward off evil spirits, a medical tribunal heard yesterday.

The London Guardian, Doctor prescribed crosses to beat black magic, tribunal told (11/9/2006), reported that Pratt informed the young woman that she was being tormented by black magic and sent her away with crosses and stones to protect her. She also claimed to have visionary powers and told the patient that her mother was a witch who was planning to kill her, it was alleged.

Pratt worked for the NHS Westside Contraceptive Services in Westminster, London, which offers emergency contraceptives otherwise known as abortion pills. The UK Guardian Unlimited reported that she also works in several other family planning clinics.

Heather Norton, for UK’s General Medical Council (GMC), told the The UK Express (Doctor told her patient: Go to see an exorcist: 11/9/2006), “The case stems from a particular consultation at the Westside Contraceptive Clinic with the patient, Mrs K, who attended for an injection.”

“It was made clear to Dr. Pratt by Mrs. K that she had concerns about the size of her stomach and about bleeding and pain she had previously experienced.

“Dr. Pratt’s response was effectively to tell Mrs. K that she had black magic powers in order to alleviate the problem.

“She told her that she should take holy water and that she should see some priests.”

“She gave her crosses and stones that she said would protect her from black magic.”

“She told her her mother was a witch and that she and her husband were planning to kill her. Mrs. K was left very shaken and intimidated.”

“Dr. Pratt then spoke to the clinic nurse, who was present. She spoke to her about that fact that she was a visionary and that her special powers were recognised from an early age.”

“The nurse was sufficiently alarmed that she contacted Mrs. K to check she was all right and to notify her manager.”

Perhaps he was a post-birth abortionist

A Bergen County, NJ newspaper, The Record, reported in an article June 22, 2006, that Sherwin Raymond of Ridgefield, who in the 1960’s had served three years in prison for performing illegal abortions, was arrested in June of 2006 on charges that he recklessly created “a risk of widespread injury or damage” by storing hundreds of guns, rifles and shotguns at his home.

The five-count indictment also charges Raymond with storing gunpowder and a host of large-capacity magazines in the basement, attic, garage and living room of the home he shared with his wife, Elizabeth. Detective Robert Williams noted that, “The first time we went into the house, it was amazing. The guns were stacked everywhere. The guns in the basement, you could hardly move through.”

Police say they found nearly 500 guns, from handguns to AK-47s, from guns in books to guns in the attic. They say over 100,000 rounds of ammunition was found, along with 800 pounds of black gun powder.

Here’s a twist: Just kill the ones you can’t sell

The USA Today article, Baby Dealer, tells the story of a woman in a search to locate her biological mother, an adoptive woman uncovered a bizarre practice of abortionist Thomas Jugarthy Hicks. During her search it was uncovered that Hicks persuaded some young women who came to him for abortions to carry their babies to full term. He then sold newborns to people who wanted a baby with no questions asked.

One woman who went to Hicks for an abortion told reporters that Hicks would put the girl’s up in a New York hotel or in Hick’s apartments in the telephone company building, or in the farmhouse on his farm until they delivered. Hicks was indicted by Georgia authorities for performing an illegal abortion. In exchange for surrendering his license, the case against him was dropped. Hicks died in 1972, at age 83.

Con man poses as abortionist

UPI followed the life and times of con man Paul Kitonis as he impersonated a variety of people over a multi-year span including an abortionist.

It all began in 1972, when Paul Kitonis was convicted of stealing medical equipment from the University of Maryland hospital, where he worked as a technician, and apparently using some of it to pretend he was a physician and perform an abortion on a 21-year-old Baltimore barmaid.

Then in 1981, Police said a man who claimed to be psychologist and investigative hypnotist Saul Morris, and played a major part in winning a new trial for a suspect in a highly-publicized arson-murder case is really fugitive con man Paul Kitonis. Posing as the psychologist Morris, Kitonis even participated in stress seminars for Detroit area police, investigators said.

Lies, lies, and more lies

On November 17, 2004, the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board reviewed the application for medical licensure submitted by abortionist Vinod K. Goyal. (For a copy of the findings of the review click here)

In their findings The Wisconsin Board noted that in 1992 and 1993, the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation (IDPR) received four complaints from insurance carriers alleging that Goyal’s clinics had provided inaccurate information regarding charges for services.

Goyal entered into a stipulation for settlement with the IDPR to resolve the complaints. As a part of the settlement, Goyal agreed to revise his office intake forms to avoid future problems with inaccurate fee quotes, to desist in efforts to collect unpaid fees in connection with the inaccurate fee quotes, and to pay a monetary fine of $4,000.00. In addition, the IDPR placed Goyal’s medical license on a two-year probationary period.

In 1996, Goyal agreed to a reprimand by the IDPR in connection with possible misleading statement made by him during a proceeding involving a Certificate of Need application for relocation of his medical office. Goyal wanted to open an abortion clinic in Arlington Heights and told the Illinois Health Facilities Board he needed to move the clinic from Des Plaines to Arlington Heights because of “abhorrent conditions. “

Dennis Tobin, Goyal’s attorney told the Chicago Daily Herald, (Doctor fined for exaggerating poor conditions at his clinic 11/13/97), Goyal was dissatisfied with how much money he was shelling out to fix problems at the building, which they claim the landlord would not take care of. Goyal lied when he told the Illinois Health Facilities Board that the building was full of rodents and dirty rooms, placing his abortion patients in jeopardy. The lie was a scam for profit reasons alone.

Illinois Health Facilities Board member Richard Wright recalls Goyal showing pictures of flood damage at the hearing.”I recall thinking, ‘If it is so bad, why are you still practicing there?’ ” Wright said. That is why board members decided to send a transcript of Goyal’s statements to the regulation board who visited the site for themselves.

Spokeswoman Maureen Squires said the inspectors did not find rodents or dirty rooms as Goyal had described. They found no patients to be in jeopardy. Although he was fined, it does not mean he can not practice medicine, she said. “It is a black mark on his record and any employer or patient can check it,” she said. “It will remain as a permanent mark.”

In a signed consent order, Goyal admitted the statements he made about the physical condition of the Des Plaines facility were misleading. Goyal was assessed a $2,000.00 fine in connection with the disciplinary action against his license.

Beginning in 1978 and through 1996, a report provided by the IDPR indicates nine malpractice claims had been filed against Goyal. The majority of the suits were settled out of court by the insurance carrier. Goyal was dismissed as a party in at least three of the malpractice actions because he was not directly involved in the patient care.

Death dealing and drug dealing

Abortionist Frederick Cohn was indicted in August 2001, along with a colleague, Yakov Gregorevich Drabovsky on 18 counts of prescribing painkillers without a legitimate medical purpose. The two reportedly operated a pain clinic in Paintsville.

Cohn, 71 at the time, reached a plea bargain with federal prosecutors that will require him to cooperate in investigations of other health care professionals, said U.S. Attorney Gregory Van Tatenhove. In his guilty plea, Cohn admitted dispensing up to 1 million painkillers without a legitimate medical purpose, conspiring to conduct financial transactions with money from unlawful activity and committing federal health care fraud by submitting false invoices to Medicaid.

Cohn received his medical license in Kentucky in 1993, but was placed on two years’ probation and ordered to never practice obstetric medicine or perform abortions in the state. Cohn had been placed on probation in New Mexico for 10 years in 1986 for “providing inappropriate patient care.”

Van Tatenhove said. “Dr. Cohn’s conduct is the most egregious kind that we’ve seen out there in taking advantage of those who end up becoming enslaved to these prescription drugs.”

Lexington Herald Leader reported in their January 31,2003 article entitled, Questionable practices; prospect of docs dealing drugs pressures medical-licensing board, Cohn said in a 2001 interview that he and an associate signed up more than 9,000 patients in less than a year. Overall, authorities said, the pair collected nearly $1 million and prescribed more than 5 million doses of controlled substances before being arrested.

The medical board said in the order said that their files showed “no evidence of even a basic attempt to practice medicine,” suspending Cohn’s license.

Cohn had a long career in New Mexico before that state’s medical board found him “grossly negligent” while doing an abortion, on a 16-year-old girl. In the New Mexico Medical Board case # 2003-004 and # 86-002 the girl who was 28 weeks pregnant, went to Cohn for an abortion on October 10,1985. Cohn performed a suction abortion ( a procedure used on first trimester abortions) on the girl stating he thought she was only 6-8 weeks pregnant. He then had the teen transferred to a hospital telling hospital physicians that she had an abdominal mass, and failing to tell them about the abortion attempt.

Cohn later lied about the incident to investigators, telling them he did not know the teen was pregnant and denied doing any medical care for the teen in his office. The New Mexico Medical Board banned Cohn from performing abortions in the state.

He was put on probation. Three years later, he quit medicine to sell real estate. He won his license back in 1992. Citing New Mexico’s lead, Kentucky accepted him in 1993, imposing a shorter probation.

Colin Bailey and cocaine abuse

On August 8, 1990, on the basis of his history and the practice of cocaine abuse, abortionist Colin Bailey entered into a voluntary agreement with the NY State Department of Health, Bureau of Professional Misconduct to remain drug free and to have his urine randomly tested. The following incidents occurred prior to and after the date of this agreement:

September 6,1989: during a physical, Bailey’s urine tested positive for cocaine and he was suspended from Metropolitan Hospital.
Bailey used cocaine the week following his suspension and at least once 6 months after he was suspended from Metropolitan Hospital.
In 1991: Bailey’s urine tested positive for cocaine, January 7th and January 15th .

Bailey was charged with negligence on more than one occasion, gross incompetence, drug dependence, and fraud.

Bailey admitted to the charges of negligence, incompetence; practicing fraudulently; being dependent on cocaine and failing to maintain accurate records.

To read the commissioner’s order click here

Abortionists guilty of aborting wife


Malachy DeHenre was found guilty of manslaughter in the 1997 slaying of his wife. According to press reports the jury only deliberated 45 minutes before returning with a guilty verdict.

DeHenre’s wife, Dr. Nyasha DeHenre, was found in the family home in January of 1997 with a single gunshot wound to the head. Evidence given during the trial showed that the wound inflicted was not suicide or an accident.

DeHenre’s medical license has been suspended indefinitely in Mississippi, Alabama, and New York for a variety of reasons relating to his abortion practice.

It’s bad when a ambulance arrives at an abortion clinic, but what if one is never called at all?

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Abortion doctors fail to call ambulances

I’m the doctor here, I’ll make the decisions

An Alabama woman died following her abortion by abortion doctor Tommy Tucker. Canadian Business and Current Affairs report, Why doctors are fleeing the carnage (11/21/94), stated that Tucker canceled an ambulance that was summoned by one of his staff, and had the girl brought to a back room so she “would not disturb the other clients.”

One nurse testified that she,

“sent for the abortionist to come back in the room. There was a lot of panic, a lot of confusion. We were running around, trying to resuscitate her, trying to do everything we could to stabilize her. And the other patients that were waiting to have abortions were in the very next room.

When the doctor walked in the room, he got angry, because we were making so much noise. He told me to get that patient out of the room and take her to the back recovery room so the other patients could not hear her or us. I took her to the back recovery room. I stayed with her and did everything I could do to stabilize her, but then she started bleeding.

She was bleeding uncontrollably, I couldn’t stop it. I ran back to the doctor and I said, ‘You’ve got to help me. She’s bleeding and I don’t know what to do.’ He said to take her to the examining room, examine her, find out why she’s bleeding and stop it. ‘It’s that simple.’

When the doctor found out that I called the ambulance, he was furious. He canceled the ambulance. He told me, “I’m the doctor here. I’ll make those decisions. We cannot send this patient to the hospital in this condition. They’ll hang us. Now try to stabilize her.And I did. I tried. At this point she couldn’t talk. She was in such serious condition that all she could do was just look at me with very frightened eyes — just look at me. And I tried so hard to help her. Blood was just pouring out of her like a faucet and I couldn’t stop it.

So I ran back to him and said, ‘Please help me. If you don’t help me she’s going to die.’

He said, ‘Fine. Call the ambulance. I have a plane to catch.’ And he left the building. I called the ambulance. It took twenty minutes for them to get to the clinic. During that twenty minutes I realized that I was not a doctor and it scared me to death to realize that I was put in that position — that I let myself be put in that position — to try and save a life that I was not qualified to try and save.

So they transported her to the hospital.

I felt relieved that she was just gone and that the responsibility had been taken off of me. I then received a phone call from the hospital, which informed me that she had died.

At that point I started having nightmares. Every time I would close my eyes I would see her face. The guilt and the anger that I was experiencing was overwhelming, it almost destroyed me.”

Immoral, unprofessional, dishonorable

The Clarion Ledger’s article, Ala. suspends indefinitely Miss. abortion doctor (12/18/04) concerns abortionist Malachy Dehenre, being investigated by two state authorities. In Alabama, the state ruled that Dehenre was unavailable to patients after abortions.

Amazingly in two of the cases, the abortionist asked paramedics to wait or use a rear entrance to transport a patient, wasting valuable time.

Dehenre then went to Mississippi where he again received disciplinary actions for abortion related injuries. He told the board that he was “sorry” and said this about the Alabama incidents,
“I was thinking, ‘I didn’t do anything wrong.’ The patient was in trouble, and I sent her to the hospital.”

In December 2004, the Medical Licensure Commission of Alabama indefinitely suspended Dehenre’s medical license ruling that Dehenre’s conduct in four cases from 2000 to 2003 was

“immoral, unprofessional or dishonorable
and that he endangered his patients through
gross malpractice.”

In 2005 Mississippi ruled that he could not seek reinstatement of his license until he was reinstated in Alabama.

No hospital privleges? No problem

A freedom of information act received by the Democrat-Gazette for the article, LR abortion doctor twice reprimanded by board, files show (02/26/92), indicated that in 1988 Arkansas abortionist Curtis Stover who operates an abortion clinic was reprimanded for “grossly negligent or ignorant malpractice” for performing abortions without hospital privileges or an adequate back-up physician.”

An 06/17/88 article in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Medical Board reprimands operator of abortion clinic Dr, reported that on a 9-to-1 vote the Medical Board directed Stover to arrange for a physician who could be called in emergency cases. One complaint against Stover centered on an abortion patient who showed up unsupervised at a hospital emergency room after developing complications.

Patient lays dying, abortionist gets a hem

According to an Associated Press article: Abortion clinic owner target of probe, police noted that Arizona abortionist, John Biskind became angry when the clinic staff interrupted his lunch after they noticed patient, Lou Ann Herron’s, condition was deteriorating.

Clinic employees told police she, “suffered in a recovery room for three hours, bleeding heavily and complaining of numbness.”

The judge in the case, carefully instructed the jury that a finding of manslaughter would mean that Biskind “must have been aware of a substantial risk to his patient and consciously disregarded the risk” or that “Biskind’s conduct would cause the death.”

News reports indicated that the woman bled to death after Biskind punctured her uterus. Reports stated that Biskind was paged later in the day as concern about the woman increased.

Biskind responded, “Well, what do you want me to do? Call 911.”

The reports went on to state that at one point Biskind testified to leaving the clinic to go to his tailor while the abortion patient lay bleeding.

Prosecutors also blamed Stuart-Schadoff, the clinic administrator charging that she didn’t schedule a registered nurse for the clinic on the afternoon of the abortion patient’s death and later delayed a call to 911 after Herron’s condition deteriorated.

During an interview for 20/20’s report, A woman’s right, a woman’s risk (03/8/99), Theresa Jensen, a Medical Assistant recounted the conversation in the recovery room between the staff,

“What should we do?”

And she said, “I don’t know. What should we do?”

And I said, “I don’t know either.”

She told 20/20 that the patient was, “laying in a thickness of blood. Bleeding heavily from the waist down, to her toes. She lay there like that for three hours.”

It was then, according to the police report, another assistant went to get Biskind, who was having his lunch. Jensen continued, “She came back to me, and she said, ‘He’s (the abortionist) mad. He didn’t want to be disturbed.’ And then, as the day went on, Lou Anne didn’t get any better. When the last abortion was performed, the doctor punched out. He left.”

Finally, another medical assistant insisted on calling 911, according to the police report, over the objections of the clinic administrator. The attorney for the woman’s family stated, “There’s a hospital right across the street. They chose not to call the ambulance, not to call 911, when they knew she was in jeopardy.”

Paramedics were ultimately summoned by clinic staff and stated that they found the woman lying on blood-drenched sheets. She had apparently already been dead for some time.


Abortionist John Biskind arrested

Prosecutors convinced the jury to convict abortionist Biskind of manslaughter because Biskind left the clinic and then refused to return even after being told that Herron had no pulse. Herron was left bleeding at the clinic for three hours and by the time paramedics were summoned to the clinic Herron had lost 2 to 3 liters of blood nearly the total of her body. Biskind was sentenced in May of 2001 to five years in prison.

Jensen told 20/20 that, “We were told that if anybody asks what happened to say that it didn’t really happen, it’s just a lie that the protesters made up.”

Below is a portion of the 911 Call:

911 Dispatcher: 911. What is your emergency?

Clinic worker: Well, one of our patients is unconscious. She’s lost quite a bit of blood and she’s pale.

911 Dispatcher : Is she breathing OK?

Clinic Worker: No, she’s not.

911 Dispatcher: OK, do you have oxygen on her?

Clinic Worker : No, we don’t.

911 Dispatcher : Do you have oxygen available?

Clinic Worker : Hmm. Can we get it on? I don’t know if we have any in there. Could we have you come to the side doors, right on 10th street, and try not to use no sirens?

And don’t bleed all over the upholstery

The LA Times story, State board charges doctor with negligence in botched abortions (7-2-1993), recounts a lawsuit detailing the injury of a women who received an abortion from abortionist Saihd S. Halil alleged that when the patient began hemorrhaging after the botched abortion that Halil sent her to a nearby hospital by car, rather than ambulance. The doctor at the ER testified that that the woman should have been taken to the hospital by ambulance paramedics.

He stated that Halil’s failure to call an ambulance indicates a “total disregard for the patient’s life and safety.”

Court shuts down clinic, abortionist flees

As several Los Angeles Times articles show, Handful of abortion clinics put poor at risk for the record (04/05/98) and Abortion patient’s death shows license system flaws (03/21/95), abortion will remain a place that attracts the worst in the medical field.

These articles use the case of San Diego abortionist Suresh Gandotra, who fled the country after the District Attorney filed manslaughter charges against him following the death of one of his patient’s to show just how dangerous walking into an abortion clinic can be.

What you don’t know can hurt you, like the fact abortionist Gandotra had no hospital admitting privileges at any facility. Not that he would let a detail like that stand in the way of making a profit.However, you would think he would know where the hospital was located.

After he botched an abortion on a patient, Gandotra failed to immediately call an ambulance. In fact, according to the Medical Board’s court filing, the abortionist asked for directions to the hospital by car, and planned on sending the patient in a car to the hospital despite her deteriorating condition.

He was told to summon an ambulance immediately. He tried to request a private ambulance, but failed so he finally called 911. Due to the abortionist’s delays, Paramedics didn’t arrive until over an hour later, at which time, they found the woman bleeding, in cardiac arrest and with no pulse. The woman bled to death.

Gandotra remains at large.
Here is the warrant information current as of 10/2006
from the San Diego Sheriff’s website:


Last: GANDOTRA Date of Birth: 04/17/1949
First: SURESH Height: 5′ 07″
Middle: Weight: 140 lbs.
Sex: Male Eyes: Brown
Race: Other Hair: Brown

Last address: ANAHEIM, CA
Warrant Nbr: CD112385-001 Primary Charge: PC187(A)
Warrant Type: Arrest Type of Crime: FELONY
Date of Issue: 05/14/2004 Bail Amount: NO BAIL
Court of Issue: San Diego Municipal Court Appearance: MANDATORY

25 minute delay for abortion ambulance

According to the Los Angeles Sentinel’s article, Family Files Abortion-Related Wrongful Death Suit (11/8/95). The attorney of a woman, who died from an abortion she received in LA, stated “We are claiming negligence by the clinic staff who were not present when she began vomiting and ultimately delayed 20-25 minutes before calling for emergency help.”

Clinic owner kills woman with abortion

The Orange County Register printed an excerpt of an Orange County California grand jury hearing that outlines the prosecution’s case against abortion clinic owner, Alicia Ruiz-Hanna. Hanna was charged with killing abortion patient Angela Sanchez during a botched abortion. Hanna was not a licensed physician, but she beformed the abortion on the unsuspecting woman anyway. This appeared in the 08/24/93 article, Clinic owner prevented 911 call, aide says.

As Sanchez lay dying in the next room, Hanna, wrestled the phone away from a receptionist who was trying to dial 911. Receptionist Irasema Mendoza testified:
“I told her to call the paramedics. I took the phone to call the paramedics but Alicia grabbed it away from me and hung up. She told me not to call them because I was going to get her into problems.”

The women died at the clinic and when relatives of the dead woman arrived to pick her up, they witnessed Hanna stuffing the dead woman’s body into the trunk of her car.

Abortion doc charged with manslaughter


According to a press report in the Press Enterprise titled, Enterprise Plea changed to guilty in abortion case: An agreement to a lesser charge is reached as the murder trial was about to begin (04/06/00), California abortionist Bruce Steir, pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter rather then go to trial on a murder charge. The case was filed after abortion patient Sharon Hamptlon, 27, bled to death following an abortion Steir performed on her.

According to the news report, clinic employee Nancy Myles testified that as abortionist Steir was performing the abortion, he “gave her an unusual, almost indescribable look — then said, `I think I pulled bowel, ” meaning he had perforated Hamptlon’s uterus and grabbed some of the bowel through the tear.

Myles testified that Steir said he would call 911 if he had “pulled bowel.”However, he continued to work for a few minutes more and then said, “I think I got it,” the Times reported. Hamptlon was placed in the recovery room, and Steir left the clinic to catch a plane back to his home in San Francisco.

Prosecutors contend Hamptlon “was unstable; unable to walk on her own; complaining of pain; pale, shaky and throwing up,” but Steir did nothing more to help her. The bleeding woman was put in a wheelchair and brought to her mother’s car for the drive home. By the time they got home, Sharon Hamptlon was dead.

Steir and the owner of the clinic, Joseph Durante, settled a wrongful-death lawsuit brought by Hamptlon’s family for more than $1 million in November 1998, according to the Press-Enterprise. Neither Steir nor Durante admitted liability for Hamptlon’s death.

Steir was charged with manslaughter in the case. Those within the pro-choice community called the criminal charges for the women’s death and Steir’s neglegence “political”.

One pro-choice website, Access: The Womens Health Rights Coalition, defends the killer by stating this,

“Although legal abortion is remarkably safe, it is not entirely without risk, and uterine perforation is a rare but anticipated complication. Sharon Hampton’s death, though incredibly tragic, did not merit murder charges. Several mechanisms exist to protect the safety of patients, including civil litigation, malpractice insurance and peer review of providers. At worst, the appropriate charge in a case like this would be criminal negligence. To charge Dr. Steir with murder requires a belief that he knowingly and willfully put Hampton’s life in danger, something difficult to imagine of a man who has worked tirelessly for many years providing abortions to women all over California.”

They fail to blame Steir for leaving the patient while she was bleeding.


Sharon Hamptlon, prior to her death, with her three year old son Curtis

Baby’s head left inside woman

In an article titled, Woman dies after abortion; Moreno clinic doctor has been under probe (12/19/69), the Press Enterprise reported a 34-year-old patient underwent an abortion to terminate a 15- to 17-week pregnancy and that the abortionist, Bruce Steir, was unable to determine if he had removed the entire fetus.

He then allegedly discharged the patient without informing her of this fact or arranging appropriate follow-up care. Two days later, the patient was admitted to Physician’s Community Hospital with a fever, severe abdominal pain and nausea.

Physicians discovered a perforated uterus and performed a hysterectomy. In addition, Doctors removed a fetal skull found protruding through a rent in the uterus.


Bruce Steir

An abortion cattle call

According to the Associated Press story, Family of woman who died at abortion clinic files lawsuit (606/25/03), a lawsuit against a Los Angeles Planned Parenthood (PPLA) and abortionist Mark Maltzer alleged that the abortion doctor:

“worked so quickly, recklessly and negligently pulling out sharp body parts of the dead patient, Diana Lopez’ 19-20 week-old unborn infant that severe, irreparable damage was done.”

The suit also alleged that Maltzer failed to accompany Lopez to the hospital, nor did he speak with doctors there or with the Lopez family after she died. Planned Parenthood denied the allegations, as did Maltzer, according to court papers.

In a prepared statement, Martha Swiller, acting president and CEO of PPLA, said,

“Everyone at Planned Parenthood Los Angeles feels tremendous sympathy for this woman’s family and we share their grief,” adding, “While abortion is extremely safe, this is a tragic reminder that, as with all medical procedures, some risk does exist.”

Judy Lopez said her sister’s children, 5-year-old Frank and 3-year-old Fabian, are now living with their grandmother, aunt, uncle and cousins in their two-bedroom Huntington Park home.

Why Maltzer, whose practice is in Sacramento, was working in the Los Angeles abortion facility is not clear. Jack Schuler, the Lopez family’s attorney suggested the motive was financial.

“They get the clinics to do all the prep work, then they line the patients up in a cattle call. They never see the patient until just before surgery, and then spend five or six minutes with the patient and are on to the next one.”

Abortionist waits three hours to call ambulance

The Hartford Courant reported, abortionist Steven I. Weber was investigated when he waited three hours to call an ambulance for a patient whose womb he had accidentally punctured during a routine abortion at his office. The woman lost her uterus and nearly died.

Woman dies and lawsuits fly

Delaware veteran abortionist Mohammad Imran who boasted in court of having performed “tens of thousands of abortions” was sued for a botched abortion.

According to court testimony, while aborting the child of Gracealynn T. Harris in 1997, Imran allegedly punctured Harris’ uterus and failed to call an ambulance. The nursing staff at the clinic did not check Harris’ vital signs and discharged her in a wheelchair because she was too weak to walk, according to testimony. According to a medical examiner, Harris she later died at home of massive internal bleeding.

The jury found Imran medically negligent in his care the dead women and awarded her family $2.2 million. But Imran’s insurance company did not pay the nearly $1 million for which the doctor was responsible.

So the abortionist sued the National Women’s Health Organization Inc., which operated the clinic where he worked stating that they set up his insurance coverage with Security Trust Insurance Limited. Imran’s attorney, Andrew Ahern, said the doctor later found out that the now-defunct British Virgin Islands-based company was never licensed to sell insurance in Delaware or anywhere in the United States. Ahern argued that the least the clinic could have done was to make a phone call to see whether the insurance company was licensed to operate in Delaware. Imran did finally settle with the Harris family and he continues to practice medicine and do obstetrics work in New Jersey.

Cries and excessive bleeding, just another day

The Associated Press reported that a lawsuit filed against the Delta Women’s abortion clinic stated,

“Though she was bleeding and crying out in agonizing pain from O’Neill’s botched procedure, O’Neill neither rushed her to a hospital nor called an ambulance for assistance.”

The woman’s mother later took her to a local hospital.

Abortion staff seemed to be very confused

The Washington Post’s story, 2 Tragedies Raise Doubts About Suitland Clinic; Abortion Patient, Left Paralyzed, Files Suit (8/13/90), recounts the case of a woman left paralyzed after her abortion.

Paramedic Kimberly Dixon, called to the scene, said in a statement that she observed clinic workers trying to give CPR and they “seemed to be very confused and did not seem to know what they were doing.”

Did that sound funny or was it just me?

While performing an abortion in 1990 on a patient “B.J.” Missouri abortionist Scott Barrett perforated her uterus. Instead of calling an ambulance, Barrett carried B.J. to her car and asked the woman’s friend to drive her to a hospital while a nurse held her head in her lap.

According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch (An abortionist’s trial of tragedy records detail botched operations that; finally brought state action 08/02/92) the state commissioner found that:

”The degree of damage that Barrett caused to B.J. was almost unheard of. Barrett was utterly oblivious to the fact that he was suctioning B.J.’s abdominal organs out of her body. Then, having nearly eviscerated his patient and with her clearly in critical condition, he sent her to the hospital in a private car during rush hour. By the time she reached the operating table, she was moments away from bleeding to death. A more egregious example of incompetence and gross negligence is difficult to imagine.”

When seconds count, don’t choose an abortionist

According to an article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Woman’s Death Under Scrutiny (04/30/97), abortionist Robert Crist faced questions concerning the death of a 22-year-old woman, Nicole Williams at a St. Louis abortion clinic.

The woman had been given the local anesthetic, Lidocaine, and Vasopressin — an anti-bleeding drug — for the five-minute procedure.

Seconds before completing the abortion, Crist noticed “something was wrong with Williams’ breathing” and ordered his staff to call 911. While waiting for an ambulance, oxygen was administered to Williams and resuscitation efforts were performed.

But questions arose about the ambulance response time — 12 minutes — and whether a faster arrival would have saved Williams’ life. At the time of the 911 call, no city ambulances were available, so city dispatchers called a private service which serves as a backup. The clinic placed the initial call at 2:05 pm. City dispatchers then called Gateway, a private ambulance service, at 2:08 pm, and the ambulance arrived in the parking lot of the clinic at 2:17 pm, but was to late to save the abortion patient.

It’s really bad when Planned Parenthood says you got problems

You must be hitting new lows when Planned Parenthood turns on you. The Kaiser Network’s State Reports, Brigham’s Profile (10/3/96) was quoted in a news report questioning a new abortion clinic’s opening.

The Lancaster New Era (Abortion clinic to open here? 02/28/03) reported that in 1991, Nancy Osgood, then executive director of Planned Parenthood of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania visited an abortion clinic operated by abortionist Steven Brigham, after hearing horror stories from his patients.

Osgood, publicly voiced concerns that Brigham’s abortion clinic failed to meet certain medical standards and employed questionable business practices.

Osgood noted the clinic accepted jewelry, watches and IOUs from patients for payment for abortions.

In addition, Kaiser reported that Planned Parenthood of Lancaster Co. organized a “widely publicized” consumer advisory “warning women that Brigham’s ads were misleading.”

Planned Parenthood exec. dir. Nancy Osgood said, “He was advertising an all-female staff, low fees and sonograms. But he didn’t have sonograms. The fees were low for a first- trimester abortion, but way, way high for later ones. And he had no hospital agreement for back-up.”
These concerns raised by Planned Parenthood had no apparent effect on Brigham’s practice as an October 25, 1994 Morning Call news article (N.J begins hearing about abortion doc ) points out.

Abortionist Steven Brigham faced scrutiny when an abortion he performed went wrong.

According to the news report the state of New Jersey alleges a patient began hemorrhaging during an abortion procedure and it was hours before Brigham called an ambulance to rush her to a hospital where she had to have a hysterectomy.

The state did discipline Brigham, but later restored his license. It should also be noted that Brigham has had disciplinary actions taken against his license in several other states including New York.

Abortion Death in New York

At the Y&P Medical Clinic in New York,an unsuspecting woman entered this abortion clinic, and never walked out again. Abortionist Abram Zelikman allegedly left the clinic while this poor woman was in recovery from an abortion. Unfortunately the abortion was so bad, it resulted in her death. A friend who was present at the clinic testified that she pleaded with the clinic staff to call paramedics once she noticed her friend’s bloodied body and poor vital signs, while she lay bleeding after the abortion.

Her friend stated to reporters, “I felt if I hadn’t been there they would have wrapped her dead body and thrown it in the garbage.”
New York Newsday, 7/9/89

Abortionist abandons injured patient

According to NY State department of health: BPMC 97-70, New York abortionist Mark Binder performed an abortion on a woman which went horribly wrong.

During the procedure it became obvious that the patient needed hospitalization. Binder did not have privileges at any hospitals in the local area. According to state reports, he called local ambulances and asked to transport the woman out of the area. The ambulances told him that they would only transport to the nearest facility.

Instead of taking the bleeding woman to a local hospital, he told her to get dressed, placed some pads under her and put her in her husband’s car. He placed a non-medical employee in their car, and told them to follow behind him as he drove in his own vehicle. The husband of the woman asked Binder for his cell phone, in case of an emergency, but he refused to give it to him.

Testimony indicates that, while the woman continued to bleed the abortionist then drove them to a hotel rather than directly to the hospital. Binder went into the hotel and met with a female companion using over twenty precious minutes. He finally came out of the hotel with a woman and told the couple to follow the woman to the hospital, then he abandoned the couple and went on to another clinic where he was scheduled to work.

Lies, lies and more lies

New York abortion doctor Ming Kow Hah, was disciplined for a number of cases involving his abortion patients. Medical Board reports state that in one case he failed to “immediately transfer the patient to the hospital when he realized he had lacerated her uterus.” (NY Office of professional discipline: Order # 11953)

Once the EMS team did arrive, he attempted to direct the ambulance to another hospital rather than the one that was the closest to the clinic. He did not adequately inform EMS personnel of the procedure he had performed and he proceeded to lie about the entire situation to authorities.

New York Newsday reported (Danger Cited In Suspension Of Queens Doc, 11/17/90) that Hah had been suspended by the state health commissioner, who cited a number of actions by Hah, including the following event April 24, 1990:

“Patient A” nearly bled to death and needed an emergency hysterectomy after Hah botched an abortion that should have been done in a hospital, if at all.”

The fetus was six months old, and could have survived, but Hah told Patient A the fetus was dead before he operated. Hah tore Patient A’s uterus and bladder, dismembered the fetus, then waited nearly two hours before calling the Emergency Medical Service.

Hah also lied to EMS workers, saying he had merely tied the patient’s tubes. He left “a normal 24-27 week fetal brain and skull” in the patient’s abdomen.


911 not called in abortion injury

In New York, a woman was rushed to the hospital after an abortion she received at a free standing abortion clinic, according to a report by the NY Daily News, A near fatal abortion botch (6/30/96).

Police show only an anonymous call was made to the police station, rather than 911, to report the woman’s need for assistance. Police point out that a 911 call would have summoned a fully equipped ambulance rather than patrol cars with no medical staff. One reason for this supposed mix-up is that calls to 911 are recorded and can be used as evidence in court.

Clinic waited 25 minutes to call 911

“They took something from my kids I can’t never give them back.”

Those were the words the husband of a dead abortion victim told to the news magazine show 20/20 (A woman’s right, a woman’s risk, 03/08/99), after Moishe Hachamovitch performed an abortion on his wife, Tanya Williamson resulting in her death. Hachamovitch operated a chain of abortion clinics across the country and was involved in four abortion-related deaths prior to this story.

Hachamovitch’s New York City abortion facility, Gynecological Surgical Services, that Tanya Williamson chose for her “safe/simple” abortion procedure, used an Internet site to draw patients from all over the Northeast, advertising having done more than 100,000 abortions, with radio commercials. In addition, the abortion clinic had big yellow page ads from Boston to Washington promising one of the lowest fees in the area.

Tanya Williamson went to that clinc for what should have been a fairly routine, safe abortion procedure. However, she did not survive that day.

The family’s lawyer, told 20/20 that to keep the assembly line of abortions moving that day, the general anesthetic was administered to Tanya with a series of shortcuts and without standard monitoring equipment.

And to make matters worse, his lawyer says, no one was adequately prepared to handle an emergency. “So she went into arrest. Her blood pressure was inaudible, and her respiration stopped.”

Help was one minute away at the hospital across the street. However, reports show that 911 wasn’t called for at least 25 minutes. Tanya Williamson, 35, died Sept. 7, 1996 after suffering cardiac arrest following her abortion.

Abortionist calls boyfriend instead of ambulance

Acoording to case # BPMC 03-156 of the State of New York’s Department of Health, in December of 2000, abortionist Joel Novendstern performed an abortion on a patient who was 23 weeks pregnant. He used the dilation and evacuation abortion method and began the abortion at 10:00a.m. During the procedure he suspected he had perforated the woman’s uterus. He transferred the woman to recovery and told the clinic nurse to monitor her for bleeding.

The woman complained that she was in ” a lot of pain,” so they did a sonogram and according to medical board reports it “demonstrated that the fetal calvarium, 5.8cm was in the abdomen under the liver which meant there had to have been a perforation in the uterus.”

Knowing that a perforation should be transferred immediately to the hospital, the abortionist failed to call an ambulance, it as now 11:02am. Instead he tried to rouse the patient and tell her of the problem. She was extremely groggy from the operation with excessive blood loss, and she could not comprehend his statement.

Still refusing to call an ambulance, the abortionist called the woman’s boyfriend into a private office of the clinic and told him there had been a complication and the girl needed to be transferred to the hospital. The boyfriend suggested the clinic call the woman’s mother, so they did. He instructed the clinic nurse to prepare the woman for transfer in a private car.

The recovery room nurse then removed the woman’s intravenous line. At no time did the abortionist, the nurse, or the clinic inform the boyfriend nor the woman’s mother that this was an emergency. The woman was loaded into a private car and the abortionist nor his staff accompanied her. She left the clinic at 11:20 and did not arrive to the hospital until 11:55 am.

Quick, what’s the number for 911?

In the New York Daily News June 30, 1996 article, A near fatal abortion botch, abortion patient, Jian-Qing Zhu recounted the horror of her botched abortion and the pain and agony she endured. She remembers that, in searing pain, she hemorrhaged on an examining table in the Chinese Woman’s Clinic in Chinatown. After the abortion she returned to the abortion clinic with severe complications, but the abortionists assured her that nothing was wrong.

After a third week, when Zhu’s face was so swollen that her husband couldn’t recognize it, she returned to the abortion clinic again complaining of complications. Two supposed doctors that she thought were licensed, Eugene Schwalben and Ting Deng had performed her abortion. As it turned out, Schwalben was licensed and Deng was not.

When she returned the third time, Schwalben wasn’t there.

“When I walked in, Dr. Deng looked surprised, and asked me, ‘What’s wrong? How can your face look like this?'”

Unlicensed abortionist, Deng told her: “Your tummy looks very hard. But the sonogram and my exam show you have no problem.”

When Schwalben arrived he pressed hard on her abdomen, and blood gushed out her vagina.

She told reporters that Deng and the clinic secretary held her down.

“I screamed, ‘Stop it, stop it! I can’t stand it! Five minutes later, I got such severe cramps that I doubled over. I could not stand or move. I asked Dr. Deng, ‘Why do I have so much pain?’ and she told me, ‘It doesn’t matter. Just take your time.’ Then Dr. Deng ate lunch while I lay crying on the bed with pain.”

What happened next was astounding. She said that Deng and the clinic secretary grabbed her arms and force-marched her out of the clinic. She lost control, urinated and passed out in the hallway. The clinic called the police station rather than 911and no medical emergency staff were summoned to the clinic only four police cars.

Medical Board documents state that when police found the woman she was barely able to stand. No one from the abortion clinic came to tell police what was wrong. They put her in the patrol car and drove her to the emergency room. No one at the clinic called for an ambulance.

At a New York Downtown Hospital, Zhu was diagnosed with a ruptured tubal pregnancy and a collapsed lung. She was given a blood transfusion and underwent emergency surgery to remove a fallopian tube.

In addition to New York, Pennsylvania indefinitely suspended Eugene Schwalben’s medical license number MD-018681-E.

The suspension was to remain in effect for at least one year.

View the actual Medical Board case by clicking here.

Pre-abortion testing – forget about it

According to the Richmond Times Dispatch, in April of 2006 the Virginia Board of Medicine suspended the license of abortionist Reffat Kamel Abofreka of Annandale for allegedly not providing proper care to obstetric and abortion patients.

A woman came to Abofreka for an abortion in which Abofreka estimated that the age was 12 weeks, but did not perform a sonogram to confirm his estimation.

He began a suction abortion and in the process determined the baby to be much older than 12 weeks. (Abortions performed after the first trimester in Virginia have to be done in a hospital) Board records state he did a sonogram that showed the fetus to be 24 weeks old, and afterward instructed the patient to go to Alexandria Hospital without arranging for her transfer.

The fetus was determined to be just over 23 weeks old, was delivered and later died.

This is definitely “modus operendi” Abofreka for in February 2005, a patient had gone to for an abortion and he did not perform any diagnostic tests to confirm the age of a fetus before starting an abortion.

In the middle of the procedure, Abofreka reportedly stopped to do a sonogram, which revealed a cystic mass he suspected was an ectopic pregnancy.

The medical board maintains that Abofreka did not arrange for that patient to get to a hospital but gave her and her boyfriend a copy of the sonogram and instructed them to go to an emergency room.

Abortion patient screams in back of the office

According to Maryland Board of Physicians case # 2005-0499, in December of 2004 a 26-year-old woman came to abortionist Gideon M. Kioko for an abortion. .

There was a myriad of events that combined to make this the worst day of her life. First, there was no one other than Kioko was present for the procedure. Next, the electricity kept going on and off during the abortion.

At noon, the patient reported that she began to feel dizzy and hot and asked Kioko for her cell phone to call her emergency contact. Kioko refused to give it to her. The patient later began to bleed profusely and Kioko told her that he would have to “Cut the baby up” to get it out, but he was unable to get the baby’s head.

Sometime after 2:00 pm, The patient then told abortionist Kioko that she could not breathe and she kept passing out, she asked Kioko to call 911. Instead of calling 911, Kioko called his wife into the clinic.
At 3:50 pm when the bleeding continued, Kioko finally called 911. When emergency officials arrived on the scene, they heard a woman screaming from the back of the office.

They told the board that:

“The woman was bleeding heavily and the baby’s head was still inside her. They reported seeing her naked from the waist down rolling back and forth on the table screaming. She was covered in blood, her legs were bathed in blood, and there were heavy streams of blood spurting from her vagina.”

She was transported to a hospital and where she had to undergo numerous surgeries to correct the procedure.

Abortionist on the Lam for medical madness

A series of reports in the Valadosta Times, Police, medical board probe birth (05/18/03) and Two more charged in Rossmann case (06/06/03), chronicle the medical madness of Charles Rossman.

In May of 2003, the Georgia Board of Medical Examiners suspended the medical license of abortion doctor Charles Rossman (Board of Medical Examiners of Georgia case # 20030090). Reports stated that Rossman gave an abortion patient pills to induce a late trimester abortion. Rossman then left the women in the office alone and gave her his contact information. Rossman then left the building.

When paramedics arrived at the office, they found the doors locked. They forced their way into the office and found a 23-year old woman giving birth to a baby boy. Investigators in the case fear that Rossman fled the state and may be using a false name to hide his identity.

Police charged Rossmann with two additional counts of criminal abortion after two more women came forward with reports mirroring the original allegations. Rossmann was also charged with four counts of having prescription medications out of their original containers . The Georgia Medical Board suspended Rossmann’s license to practice medicine in the state on May 15 after learning of the charges.

Capt. Brian Childress, Valdosta Police Department public spokesman, “We have three victims where he’s done these illegal abortions. We are trying to locate the doctor, and we have contacted outside federal agencies to assist in locating him.”

Police said at the time that the search for Rossmann was complicated by reports that he may have changed his name in the past. Police have no evidence to suggest Rossmann left the country, but it remains a possibility.

Rossmann has practiced obstetrics and gynecology in Valdosta since 1994. He has also practiced in Alabama, Florida, Indiana, South Dakota and Canada, according to his curriculum vitae. He has medical training from the Czech Republic, Canada and South Africa.

Investigators in the case fear that Rossman fled the state and may be using a false name to hide his identity.

Former abortion clinic employee – It was just a slaughterhouse

The Los Angeles Times article, Doctor accused in abortion suit testifies (07/30/89), gives insight to why abortionists are known as the washouts and losers of the medical profession.

In January of 1987, Belinda Byrd, a 37-year-old Los Angeles woman who was in her 19th week of pregnancy, went to Inglewood Women’s Hospital abortion facility for an abortion to be performed by Steven Pine. Unfortunately, Belinda would not survive the day.

Pine, and Inglewood’s chief of staff, abortion doctor Morton Barke were sued by the mother of the dead woman charging that Pine performed an abortion that perforated Byrd’s uterus. The family also accused Pine of leaving the abortion hospital while Byrd lay bleeding and unattended for about three hours in a bed until she lost consciousness.

A nurse’s aide who worked at the abortion hospital at the time of Byrd’s death said in court that Pine: rarely examined patients after they left the operating room and routinely signed discharge forms before the patients left the recovery room.

Margarette Wooten a former employee of Inglewood told the court that patients at the facility were routinely discharged while they were still “groggy” and “unalert” from their operations.

According to the Times, Wooten said she later quit her job at the abortion hospital without notice because,

“It was just a slaughterhouse and I couldn’t take it any more.”

Patient dies from botched abortion

On March 6, 1978, abortionist Ronald M. Tauber, D.O., performed an abortion on patient, Gloria Small at the Orlando Birthing Center, Orlando, Florida. Tauber determined that the patient was pregnant approximately fourteen to fifteen weeks according to the gestational size.

According to the Florida Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners (State of Florida, Division of Administrative Hearings, Case # 78-846), Small was dilated and the suction cannula was placed in the uterus and the suction machine turned on, at which point fetus began to flow into the suction machine. In view of the advanced stage of the pregnancy, it was then necessary to place various instruments, ring forceps, to withdraw the pregnancy tissue. In the course of the manipulations, placental tissue was observed being brought down.

At that point, Small began to bleed heavily. Tauber placed the ring forceps into the uterus and the ring forceps went beyond normal depths expected in such an examination of the uterus. This preliminary procedure led to the discovery that something had been perforated.

Tauber’s response to the apparent perforation was to place the laparoscope and attendant instrument into the abdomen, setting up the procedure with a local anesthesia. While Tauber was waiting for the arrival of the backup physician, he allowed the operating room technician to assist him by viewing through the laparoscope while Tauber turned to the vaginal aspect of the procedure and entered the uterus. During the process of the evacuation of the remaining placental tissue, Tauber placed an instrument through the performation a second time.

The bleeding which had been observed initially had slowed to a continuous ooze and this amount of bleeding caused Tauber to watch the area for over 30 minutes to observe the rate of bleeding.

The abortion procedure was completed and the fallope rings applied and when Tauber was convinced that he didn’t have bleeding intra-abdominally, the patient was packed by placing gauze-type material in the vagina, thereby promoting pressure against the bleeding area.

Around 3:00 p.m. on March 6, 1978, Tauber decided to infuse the patient with whole blood. He contacted the managing director of the Central Florida Blood Bank to attempt to gain the permission of that organization to provide whole blood for Gloria Small. There had been some preliminary contact with the blood Bank about providing blood for patients of Tauber, but that arrangement had not been finalized prior to Gloria Small’s operation.

The managing director conferred with the medical director of the blood bank and a decision was made to honor Tauber’s request for blood. At 7:25 p.m., blood was delivered for Gloria Small, and that blood was infused into her.

The board noted that contrary to the recollection of Tauber, there is no record of further units of blood being requested by Tauber, for Small. As a consequence, the further treatment, which Tauber gave Gloria Small, was without the benefit of the immediate availability of further units of blood.

It is important to note that Tauber did not have hospital privileges and had not made any prior arrangement for Small to be turned over to a physician with hospital privileges. Tauber’s first effort at making arrangements to transfer Small to a hospital occurred between 5:00 and 5:30 on March 6, 1978, when he contacted a Dr. Lassiter, a resident in obstetrics and gynecology at the Orange Memorial Hospital to arrange to transfer Small if her condition worsened.

Tauber left his clinic around midnight of the morning of March 7, 1978, and left Small in charge of a staff nurse.

Small’s condition remained stabilized until approximately 5:00 p.m.that night. Up until that point, the bleeding that had been experienced following the initial hemorrhage was slight, and it was decided to remove the packing which had been placed at the conclusion of the operation.

Most of the packing had been removed and there was no sign of bleeding, when a substantial hemorrhage took place in the cervical canal. At that point, Tauber repacked and made arrangements for an emergency ambulance, to transfer Small to the hospital, and to notify Dr. Herran. Small’s vital signs began to deteriorate and during the transportation of Small from Tauber’s abortion facility to Orange Memorial Hospital, Small began to show marked signs of hypevolemic shock.

The case states that, the events which transpired at the Orange Memorial Hospital evidenced an inordinate delay on the part of the staff in properly administering to the needs of the patient. Whether this significantly contributed to the patient’s ultimate demise is unresolved, but having arrived at the hospital in a condition where her body was already at a low ebb, the patient died following a hysterectary performed in the Orange Memorial Hospital. The principal factor in that death was hypovolenic shock.

Dr. Tauber was charged by the Board with a failure to demonstrate satisfactory professional skill, judgment or knowledge in the treatment of the patient, Gloria Small.

On May 10, 1979,the board ruled that Ronald M. Tauber, D.O., have his license to practice osteopathic medicine in the State of Florida suspended for a period of two (2) years.

Bad Attitude – Bad Medicine – that’s abortion

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“And the people who do abortions are every bit as ethical and as kind and loving and godlike as those who think abortion is wrong. I say that with every conviction I have. Abortion clearly has improved women’s health, no matter how you look at it.” Mildred Hanson, Abortionist Voices of Choice, Doctors Stories

Abortionist joked and laughed during abortion

One abortion patient reported that,

“I was almost 5 months when I told my mother so I had to pay $1,000 to have a saline abortion and the doctor stuck this big needle in my stomach and joked and laughed the whole time like he was at a golf game with his country club buddies and he had no emotion or empathy for me it was awful and demeaning, then I was admitted into the hospital until I delivered the baby, the pain that I had with the delivery were terrible and when the baby came the insensitive nurse said It’s a girl! Like it was a normal delivery and it was a happy occasion but all I could do was cry, after that I was taken into another room where the doctor removed the after birth and checked me for missing body parts from the baby and there was so much blood I thought I was gonna die right there. Then they put the baby in a jar and left her in the bathroom on the edge of the shower for me to see.”

Source: AbortionTV

Abortion doctor was annoyed

One abortion patient recounts:

“I woke up in pain and crying in the recovery room. The doctor came in all annoyed and asked me “What are you still crying for?” He then told me that I cried through the whole procedure even under general anesthesia and that it was very distracting.”

Source: AbortionTV

Abortionist calls patient ‘lazy’

In an April 4, 1993, article, Legalizing abortion did not put the “butchers” out of business, the Pittsburgh Post- Gazette recalls a Chicago Tribune (10/22/91) report that at a license revocation hearing in October 1988, testimony revealed that abortionist Arnold Bickham had called the victim of a fatal botched abortion, Sylvia Moore, “lazy” because she failed to get up after receiving the abortion. It went on to report that Bickham pushed her out of his clinic in a wheelchair, despite her condition. She died at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center. Bickham never faced criminal charges in her death.

Abortion patient told to ‘shut up’

In a press conference, abortion patient Melanie Bell, testified about her abortion experience. She said she was told that her pregnancy, which was nine weeks along, was just a “blob of tissue.”

She said nurses told her to shut up when she asked for the procedure to stop.

Abortionist vents his anger toward women

The LA Times reported March 22, 1992, that abortionist Ivan C. Namihas might harbor a hatred of women. The article, Patients allege gynecologist hated women, presented interviews and court documents indicating that Namihas allegedly impregnated at least two of his patients, and that he reportedly told one woman, whom he treated for more than 10 years, that he became a gynecologist so he could vent his anger toward women.

A patient and temporary employee of abortionist Ivan C. Namihas, said in an affidavit that she “felt he had problems with women in general because he talked about how much he hated his mother and bad relationships he’d had with girlfriends and his wives.”

Another patient of abortionist Namihas said, “He told me the reason he became a gynecologist was because he hated women and he could use a knife to cut them.”

Abortionist receives pleasure from inflicting pain

According to a LA Times article, Patients allege gynecologist hated women: 3-22-1992, a former employee says abortionist Ivan C. Namihas, “seemed to get some perverse pleasure” from inflicting pain on patients and several women told grisly tales of enduring excruciating procedures without anesthesia.

Assistant US attorney Jonathan S. Shapiro said, “The term abuse of a position of trust, seems to have been coined for Dr. Ivan C. Namihas, MD. Arrogant, cruel, and greedy, he carried out a particular form of fraud against his victims.”
Us Attorney’s Bulletin (USA) Bulletin: June 1997 Volume 45, Number 3

Abortionist not sympathetic

A women who had an abortion remembers:

“The doctor said only two things to me. The first was, “Thank God I have one that is not screaming!”

The second thing he said to me was, “You were barely six weeks along,” and he left the room.

Source: Forerunner

Abortionist rushed patients out of clinic

A former employee of abortionist William Malcolm Knarr, Sheri McDaniel made this comment in a sworn affidavit dated 10-22-1992:

“If women cried after the procedure it was up to the nurse to console them; if Dr. Knarr was not shouting at the nurses to ‘get them up and out.'”

Abortion patients act like Pollyannas

Darla Patterson an abortion clinic worker made these observations on the website, Tales from the Clinic:

“People who are lost often call us on their crap reception cellular phones and shout frantically through the mouthpiece at us the names of the streets they’re passing. They don’t want to stop and ask for directions in case people figure out where they’re going or because they’re just so tweaked out about it all that they can’t behave rationally. The fact that a good number of women are cloak-and-dagger furtive about their abortions can be somewhat tirtesome (sic) in these sort of situations, even though it’s understandable. I imagine that if I could watch their cars from a spaceship hovering above they would look like drunken bees careening around and around the hive of our clinic. Or the anti-hive, more precisely.”

Issue #2 – June 27, 2003 – 8:35 pm

“The thing people most obviously lie about when they come in for an abortion is about their drug usage. It’s always funny to look at somebody’s chart and see that they claimed to have “tried some crack” three weeks before. Like it was casually offered at a party after they turned down the wine. There are the Eddie Haskell types who deny any usage until they have to sign a couple of consent forms with the word “death” listed as a complication. Some people act like they’re little Pollyannas, happily sniffing flowers that have been laced with narcotics without their knowledge. “My friend gave me a joint but it had a little sumpin’ sumpin’ (sic) in it,” this woman told me last week, trying to do her best impression of an ingenue. Due to her indecent attire and heavy-handed application of her make-up she looked more like she was doing a bad impression of some teen idol musician/actor doing a bad impression of an innocent teen in a Lifetime movie. So I guess I know a little sumpin’ sumpin’ (sic) about pregnant women who want to have abortions…”

Issue #1 – June 9, 2003 – 5:53pm

Abortionist describes his clinic in sexual terms


In a 1999, Phoenix New Times article titled, Trash-talking abortionist Dr. Brian Finkel has a message for pro-life zealots, Kiss My Ass, Finkle shows the world just how sensitive he is to women.

Brian Finkel states that he has a nickname for the abortion clinic where he performed more than 2,000 abortions a year. He calls it the, “Vaginal Vault.” and stated that, “this is where I do the deed.”

Finkel calls the Synevac Vacuum Curettage, abortion machine the “Super Sucker.” He told reporters that, “this is my abortion machine, where I do the Lord’s work. I heal the sick with it.”

Finkel bragged as he gave reporters a tour of the clinic:

“This is another room, where I do the nasty, as the bad boys say. When I go to the new office, I’m going to have three procedure rooms! I can hardly wait!”

Finkel is now serving time for sexually assaulting patients.


Abortionist Finkel’s new home

I’m the prince of the pelvis

Brian Finkel5

Always trying to impress, abortionist Brian Finkel goes off in a June 17, 1999, Phoenix New Times article, Trash-talking abortionist Dr. Brian Finkel has a message for pro-life zealots, Kiss My Ass, Finkel, says he’s simply the spokesman for what he calls the “little woman.”

Finkel wants to be sure his patients know exactly what they’re getting into, so he posts pictures of fetuses–the pictures you usually see in the hands of the anti-abortion protesters–on his Web site.

Finkel also boasts:

“I’m the prince of the pelvis, the disciple of Elvis! The uptight, out-of-sight,
feeling-all-right Dr. Brian Leslie Finkel.”

Finkel has since been serving prison time for sexually assaulting his patients.

Abortionist, women will do anything for abortions

In the Phoenix New Times June 17, 1999, article, Trash-talking abortionist Dr. Brian Finkel has a message for pro-life zealots: “Kiss my ass,” Finkel boasts:

“Back in the good old days, honey, I could open a woman in less than a minute and a half. It was while I was working on the abortion floor that I learned that women will do whatever it takes to have an abortion.”

Why I am an abortionist, by Brian Finkel


Brian Finkel actually told the truth in the June 17, 1999 Phoenix New Times article, Trash-talking abortionist Dr. Brian Finkel has a message for pro-life zealots: “Kiss My Ass.” As his conviction on sexual assault of several women a few years after he made these comments indicates:

Commenting about a pro-life protester abortionist Brian Finkel nicknamed, “Beer Belly” Finkel told reporters:

“I go, ‘Hey, Beer Belly, I want you to know that if your wife ever
needs an abortion, I’ll do one for free. Not because I’m a nice guy,
but just because I want to get between her l-e-e-e-e-gs.’”

Abortionist’s take on one of 30 complaints

Abortionist Brian Finkel describes one of the 30 complaints on file against him accusing him of sexually assaulting his patients.

The article in the June 17, 1999 Phoenix New Times, Trash-talking abortionist Dr. Brian Finkel has a message for pro-life zealots: “Kiss My Ass,” states a patient was upset because, as Finkel paraphrases [in the falsetto he often uses to imitate patients]:

“He gently inserted his finger up my a**.”

Lesson one – Proper abortion etiquette

Diana Finkel (Wife of abortionist Brian Finkel who also worked at his abortion clinic) talks about advice she gave her abortionist husband in the Phoenix New Times article, Trash-talking abortionist Dr. Brian Finkel has a message for pro-life zealots: “Kiss my ass.”

“When he (Brian Finkel) first started the (abortion) practice, I said, ‘Treat each woman with dignity. Talk to them first with their clothes on. Give them that much courtesy.”

So much for listening to your wife -Finkel was later sentenced to prison
for sexual assault of his patients.

Abortion, a rite of passage

Bon, who claims to be an abortion clinic worker and who blogs about the job, said this on her website, Abortion Clinic Days-Blog, May 2006:

“But the truth is that abortion, like having a baby, losing a parent,
having sex for the first time, getting married, etc. . . is a rite of passage.”

Keep women in the dark

“I thought there are folks who are pro-choice who do not want to know about what we are doing because it’s very scary to them. And if they start to know what really this is about for women and what we know, it’s going to shake their own simple way of being pro-choice.”

National Abortion Federation Meeting
Transcript tapes: 9415-18, p. 23

Abortion patients are out of control

Abortion doctor Michael Benjamin gave this testimony before a Florida House Health Care Committee meeting September 14 – 15, 1989:

Speaking about the typical abortion patient,

“I think it is basically a personality type who generally has her life out of control…They drift, they tend to live for the moment in terms not only of their sexual practices but in terms of their economic lives and they are people in general who don’t think beyond the moment, who don’t plan for tomorrow, and who really will take life as it comes and deal with the rest later.”

Abortionist beats wife


In 1999, Abortionist Neville W. Duncan was placed on 18 months’ probation, sentenced to 30 days in jail and fined $250 after pleading no contest to charges that he beat his wife. He was also arrested when police found crack cocaine in his pocket.

Duncan was arrested after allegedly punching his wife in his car, then pinning her to the ground and slapping her after she climbed out the window of the vehicle, according to Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article, Doctor sentenced to 30 days in jail (01-15-1999).

News reports indicated that Duncan served time for contempt of court, when he failed to provide the required child support he owed.

Get into the position that got you here

The Boston Globe reported in an article, Board OKs claims against doctor (August 2, 1989), that abortionist Howard J. Silverman, who owns Repro Associates abortion clinic in Brookline allegedly told a patient to prepare for a pelvic exam by:

“getting into the position that got you here.”

Abortionist requests sex for abortion services

As described in the NY State Board of Professional Medical Conduct Case # BPMC 01-99 and The Times Herald on January 6, 2001, abortionist Daniel Holschauer shows he has a different type of bedside manner.

Following surgery on one patient, Daniel Holschauer of Warwick, NY, removed the gauze from the woman’s vagina and stated,
“you know, I would really like to be there.”

Holschauer then began to pull his pants down and the patient noticed that he was sexually aroused. Holschauer then told the patient,

“I just did you a favor, now you do me a favor.”

Abortionist guilty of murdering wife

December 11, 2001, The Oklahoman detailed the murder trial of abortionist John Baxter Hamilton. Hamilton performed abortions at the Oklahoma Clinic for Women in Oklahoma City, OK.

Hamilton was found guilty in the Valentine’s Day killing of his wife, Susan Hamilton, 55. Her nude body was found lying in blood in the master bathroom of the Hamiltons’ Quail Creek home, her skull fractured and face disfigured. She had been choked with a necktie and beaten to death.

Abortionist John Baxter Hamilton
ODOC# 413355
News Reports of the case indicated that Hamilton’s wife had suspected the abortionist of having an affair with a topless dancer who may have been a patient of the doctor’s. His wife was considering leaving him and talking of divorce two days before the murder.

Authorities noted that after Hamilton murdered his wife he then called 911 to report the death. Authorities found the woman dead on the couple’s master bedroom floor.

He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole in the murder of his wife and was ordered to pay $11,104 for the cost of his incarceration. Following his murder conviction, Oklahoma and Tennessee revoked his medical license and on September 19, 2003, Hamilton voluntarily surrendered his Georgia license.

Lexington Correctional Center, Maximum Security Prison

Abortion Doc carves initials into patient


In 2000, abortion doctor Alan Zarkin came to be known as “Dr. Zorro” after he carved his initials into a patient’s stomach at a hospital where he practiced in New York.

News Reports indicated Zarkin used his scalpel to carve a three-inch area of his initials because he viewed that the caesarian section he performed on her was a work of art worth signing.

Zarkin’s victim reportedly stated, “I feel like a branded animal. I now have three-inch high letters carved permanently into my flesh.”

Another woman who contacted The New York Times said she visited Dr. Zarkin in the mid-1990’s for routine gynecological exams. The patient said that Dr. Zarkin made increasingly lewd remarks to her over three years, leading her to file a complaint with the state.

Besides making crass sex jokes she said, Dr. Zarkin commented that she was ”beautiful” and his ”favorite patient.”

She also accused the doctor of telling her he was taking Viagra three times per day and masturbating in the shower.

Zarkin later became the Medical Director of an abortion clinic called Choices Women’s Medical Center in Long Island. It was reported that Zarkin earned a salary of $300,000 a year at the abortion clinic. Zarkin worked for Merle Hoffman, president of the Choices abortion clinic.

Hoffman claimed to the press that she had no idea Zarkin had been fired from Beth Israel Medical Center for carving his initials into a patient’s stomach. The Times reported that Hoffman later received a letter from a psychiatrist hired by Zarkin’s lawyer saying the abortionist apparently suffered from frontal lobe disorder, and that his work should be carefully monitored.

The abortion clinic’s former abortionist, Enayat Hakim Elahi, said he heard rumors about Zarkin’s incident but found it so incredible that he did not report it to Hoffman.

Elahi did file a complaint with the state about Zarkin for a seperate incident in which he accused Zarkin of botching a complicated gynecological surgery. Elahi told reporters that he did not see the incident; he heard of it through his former colleagues there.

According to the Times, the incident was confirmed through interviews with other clinic employees who agreed with Dr. Elahi’s assessment. Elahi, reportedly filed many complaints to the state about conditions at the Choices abortion clinic. Hoffman denied the assertions that poor care was given at her clinic, and said that Dr. Elahi had a grudge against her.

On Dec. 28, Hoffman, said she opened a letter to Zarkin that was sent to the abortion clinic. Hoffman commented about what she read:

”I saw he was being sued for $5.5 million for carving A Z on someone’s stomach. I felt shock and amazement when I read it. I called him into my office and I asked him, ‘Did you do these things?’ and he said, ‘Yes,’ and I asked him why and how this could have happened and he said he thought he did such a beautiful job, he thought he should sign it.”
Developing –August 2000 newsletter
BBC News Online: 2-4-00
Queens Courier: March 16-22, 2000
NY DOH 2/3/00-13 OPA

Abortionist stabs girlfriend with syringe

From three media reports in the New York Post (April 15, 21, and May 25, 2000) and the documentation in NY State Board of Professional Misconduct Order # BPMC-00-130, we are able to put together a picture of bizarre events that happened at the Montefiore Medical Center.

In April of 2000, doctor Stephen Pack was accused of trying to force an abortion on his girlfriend Joy Schepis, a nurse who had worked with him at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx.

Pack reportedly became enraged toward Schepis who was seven weeks pregnant with a child he had fathered. Prosecutors said Pack, who was married, asked Schepis to have an abortion. She refused and told him she would take care of the baby without his support.


Pack ordered methotrexate, a labor-inducing drug that works like RU-486, and filled two syringes with it and attacked Schepis in the hospital’s parking lot. Witnesses to the incident said Pack stabbed Schepis in the buttocks and thighs and told her that he was going to give her an abortion.

Witnesses heard Pack yell, “Are you going to have an abortion or not?” she reportedly replied “No!” Witnesses then quoted him as yelling out, “I’m going to give you an abortion!”

The NY State Board of Professional Medical Conduct stated that Pack, “administered an injunction of methotrexate to a patient who did not seek or consent to an injection.” Schepis defined Pack as a “pathetic excuse for a human being.”
She told reporters, “He is a vicious, wild animal who belongs in a cage.” Pack told the court he was sorry for his actions. Schepis said that she was pleased he would serve time in prison. But she said she did not believe his apology.

”I don’t think he’s very sorry for anything except that he’s going to jail,” she said. Pack plead guilty to assault and abortion charges and was sentenced to two years in prison. Schepis, gave birth to a healthy baby and she said the drug has not affected her son.

We care about your health unless . . .

The Associated Press Reported in the article, Abortionists Shun AIDS-Infected Women, Survey Finds 03/21/1990:

In a survey, conducted in November 1988 through February 1989, callers from the New York City human rights commission made appointments with 30 abortion clinics and physicians that advertised in the Yellow Pages.

Twenty abortion clinics canceled the appointment after the caller said she was infected with HIV but had no symptoms of AIDS. Twelve of the 20 said they did not have adequate infection control.

Others said abortion on an HIV-infected woman was too complicated a procedure for them to handle and referred the caller to a hospital.

Many of the responses “were very hostile,” said a committee lawyer. “Some just hung up or said, We can’t treat your kind.”

Abortionist Lewis Koplik was asked to respond to the story and told reporters that he has an “undocumented gut feeling” that the discrimination might be happening elsewhere. “If you have one woman who has HIV infection or AIDS and can’t get service, that’s a real problem. It’s just something that should not happen,” he said.

Los Angeles obstetrician-gynecologist David Grimes, chairman of Planned Parenthood’s medical advisory committee, told the reporters that he does not believe the problem is widespread, although it may be more apparent on the East Coast where more women are infected with HIV.

In an International Aids Society study titled: HIV-related discrimination in abortion clinics, New York City, USA: 1988-1992, that was released at the International Conference AIDS 1993 Jun 6-11.

Calls were placed to all the abortion clinics in New York, the caller told the clinic she had HIV/AIDS. The report revealed that:

In 1988: 42% of the abortion clinics refused to provide services when they discovered that the client was HIV positive.

In 1990: 31% of the providers either refused an appointment or increased the fee for an abortion on learning that the caller was HIV positive.

“In October, 1990, the New York City Human Rights Commission did a survey (Women Don’t Get AIDS: They Just Die from It, ” HIV/AIDS Focus Paper #17, April 1992:By Nancy A. Carter) which discovered that 42 percent of the women who identified themselves over the phone as HIV- positive to health care providers were falsely refused abortions or overcharged.”

In 1992: After the New York City Commission on Human Rights sent out several letters to the abortion clinics they called again and still had 4% of the abortion providers discriminate against the women.

The National Academy Of Sciences, HIV Screening of Pregnant Women and Newborns (1991) Reported:

HIV-infected pregnant women who elect to terminate their pregnancies may discover that their access to abortion services is restricted. Some areas report outright exclusion of HIV-infected women by abortion clinics. In an attempt to document the degree to which HIV-infected women were discriminated against in gaining access to abortions revealed that two-thirds of the abortion facilities contacted in the study:

Canceled appointments made by allegedly HIV-infected women once their infection status was disclosed.

Some of the facilities attempted a plausible response, such as their inability to handle that type of procedure.


Changed the vacation schedules of the physicians or quoted inflated prices for abortion services to discourage those seeking care.

Openly reported that their staff refused to care for HIV-infected patients.

Doc performs incompletes abortions on purpose

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported in an article, Legalizing abortion did not put the “butchers” out of business (April 4, 1993), that abortionist Robert J. Sherman of Washington, DC, purposely performed incomplete abortions to insure repeat business, regularly reused bloody instruments and operated with one hand while eating a tuna sandwich and talking to his stockbroker on the phone.

What a reception: Urine at the sign in table

August 21, 1990, in the Abortion Report’s article titled, Kentucky Abortion clinic closed by state, we learn:

After the Kentucky Cabinet for Human Resources “had temporarily shut down” the Women’s Health Services, a Louisville abortion clinic, it was reported that inspectors “found that licensed practical nurses administered drugs to patients intravenously without a doctor’s supervision; patients were not given adequate post-operative instructions; and “the physician left as soon as the last abortion was completed, instead of waiting until patients had all left the clinic.”

The investigators also “reported the receptionist poured urine specimens into a glass coffee jar without a lid and kept the jar, as well as used (pregnancy) test kits on a table next to her desk (until the jar became full).”

During abortions, “the front desk staff does serve as OR [operating room] technicians if the OR is short of help.”

He was tossing the fetus up in the air

In an article on the desensitization of those involved in abortion. The abortionhurts.blogspot quotes from page 77 of the book, “Conditioned to Kill,” by Dr. Rachael McNair, a Louisiana abortion clinic worker describes what an abortionist did at her clinic

“The one thing that sticks out in my mind the most, that really upset me the most, was that he had done an abortion, he had a fetus wrapped inside of a blue paper. He stuck it inside of a surgical glove and put another glove over it. He was standing in the hall, speaking with myself and two of his assistants. He was tossing the fetus up in the air, and catching it. Like it was a rubber ball. I just looked at him, and it’s like, doctor, please”.

And he laughed. He says, “No one knows what this is.”

Planned Parenthood, racial discrimination

According to Texas Business Today’s (Summer 1999) coverage of US Court of Appeals for 5th Circuit; Case # 97-11310, Fadeyi v. Planned Parenthood, Lamarilyn Fadeyi is a black female who was employed by Planned Parenthood for seven years.

She alleged that Planned Parenthood engaged in various acts of racial discrimination against her during the course of her employment, ranging from discriminatory scheduling and distribution of office resources, to the executive director’s giving her and another black employee an application for membership in the Ku Klux Klan.

Fadeyi filed complaints with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Texas Commission on Human Rights, but both dismissed her complaints for lack of jurisdiction because Planned Parenthood had fewer than 15 employees at all relevant times.

Planned Parenthood fired Fadeyi two working days after receiving notification that the EEOC did not have jurisdiction to entertain her complaints. Fadeyi then brought suit in district court alleging racial discrimination in her employment and termination.

P (K)lanned Parenthood and race

According to’s article, Arnold Schwarzenegger Sued by High Ranking Planned Parenthood Ex-Employee, Andrew Jones, the former Project Manager of the Community Services/Education Department of Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles (PPLA) alleges that PPLA regularly allowed overt racism and sexism to infect its facilities in early 2004.

Mr. Jones worked for PPLA for several years and is African-American. Jones’ suit claims among other serious allegations that PPLA did nothing when one of its employees was referred to as a n***er.

Additionally, the suit, filed under penalty of perjury, alleges that PPLA consistently portrayed African-American males as being irresponsible and that male employees were regularly referred to as d***heads and other offensive terms by the white female management.

Sworn affidavits by other female PPLA staff, supporting the allegations of the complaint, were also filed. One swore: “There was a sense that any employee who was not a white female was going to be carefully watched. . . There was a strong anti-male bias at PPLA. “

Another affidavit refers to, a significant anti-male bias. Attorneys for Jones indicate that this is just one of several upcoming suits by high level PPLA employees who were fired for whistle-blowing or complaining of racism.

Abortionist called women whores and dogs

An Illinois clinic worker testified in a court case (Case # 92-L50928 ) that the managing director at the abortion clinic where she worked harassed her until she quit.

She stated,

“That you always knew when he was mad at you. Verbally the language and the things, the names people were called, it was a constant thing there…calling a woman a whore was not beyond this man. He always talked about short skirts and the girls’ legs.”

Another worker testified that he was, “Calling other women dogs”

Rashbaum tells boyfriends


In an article in Mother Jones, End of the road: in the twilight of his career, one of the oldest living late-term abortion doctors tells all; Dr. William Rashbaum, they described abortionist William Rashbaum as a doctor who was trained in an era when doctors were considered gods.

They say that Rashbaum is:

Gruff, confrontational, and downright abrasive
He flaunts medical conventions at will, rankling nurses and orderlies, if it serves his needs
When the orderlies take too long in preparing his operating room between procedures, he goes in and embarrasses them into efficiency by helping to clean up. He boasts, “They turn my room over much faster than any other room.”First- and second-year ob/gyn residents dread his cases. “It was always a fight about who had to do them,” relates a former intern

The article goes on to say that in the operating room, Rashbaum readily yells at the top of his lungs at residents working with forceps inside a woman’s uterus, where he can’t see what they’re doing, to make sure they are as nervous as he is.

The author notes that husbands or boyfriends have been known to barge into abortionist Rashbaum’s office and violently insist their baby not be aborted. They claimed that when they asked Rashbaum his response to this Rashbaum replies with an equally violent, “F**k you, Charlie, we can abort her.”

Abortionist keeps urn of dead relatives under desk

In an article in Mother Jones magazine, End of the road – in the twilight of his career, one of the oldest living late-term abortion doctors tells all; Dr. William Rashbaum, they reported that the abortion clinic where abortionist William Rashbaum worked was open round the clock, with three sets of doctors and nurses each taking eight-hour shifts.

Abortionist William Rashbaum told Mother Jones, That when he first started performing abortions “You would go home with a g*ddamn barrel of money.”

According to the article, the ashes of his brother, who died last year, are still in an urn under his desk because he hasn’t yet found a plot. The article notes that Rashbaum has a hard time “letting people go,” Rashbaum with a laugh “I had my mother under a table in my consulting room for about two years.”

Now this is how to run a successful business

Another fine NAF Clinic

An investigative report by the Florida Department of Professional Regulations (DPR case # RN-89-10853) into the actions of Barry Alan Hill, a nurse employed by Abortionist Vladimar Rosenthal, revealed a host of violations from reusing syringes, to photographing the abortion patients after they were under anesthesia.

Co-worker Neat Rodrigues told investigators that she was, “disturbed by Hill’s objection to her showing any sympathy toward the patients.” She reportedly called the National Abortion Federation (NAF) to complain about the conditions at the clinic because the clinic was a member of NAF and claims owner Vladimar Rosenthal fired her for doing so.

Employee Wendy Castro told DPR that Hill would, “Scream at her.” She told investigators that during her employment between 4 and 6 patients turned blue. Employees also stated that both Hill and Rosenthal would leave the building while the patients were under anesthesia and not “fully awake.”

She claims that Hill was “very friendly” with the patients always asking for dates, often slapped co-workers on the buttocks, tickled and made “dirty jokes”.

She recalled on two occasions Hill bringing in pictures of other patient’s breasts.

Abortionist, Edward Watson was also employed at the clinic. He told investigators that he worked for Rosenthal for only two days. He claimed that he did about five “procedures” during that time and noticed that Hill “undraped the patients after they were under general anesthesia and showed their breasts to the nurse and another woman.” Watson admitted that this was totally inappropriate, and declined to return to the abortion clinic after the incident.

Employee, Gail P. Tranquil told DPR that she resigned from the clinic because the clinic’s owner, “Dr. Rosenthal was unprofessional.” She claimed to have worked for other physicians and abortion clinics and considered Vladimar Rosenthal very “Unprofessional.”

She stated,

“Pushing general anesthesia to make money is not for the patient’s good…I refused…. Barry Hill accused me of not liking general anesthesia. Rosenthal and Hill would tell my patients who were scheduled for locals, they should have generals, then they would yell at me.”

She stated that they were alone with the female patients who were under anesthesia and that Hill would often be the first one in the room. Tranquil felt that Hill was “medically competent” but that his “Morals left something to be desired.” When asked by investigators to explain this she responded, “Why would any male want to be in the room alone with a female patient? They should know better.”


Abortion patients punished, denied anesthesia

The Los Angeles Times article, Abortion horror stories spur inquiry (April 3,1992), reported that the Northwest Territories Status of Women Council, an independent group in Yellowknife Canada, said that it had received reports from 85 women claiming they had suffered agonizing pain during abortions performed without anesthetics at the Stanton Yellowknife Hospital. They claim that the women were exposed to a more painful procedure as a form of punishment for seeking an abortion.

Some of the women said they were refused anesthesia when they asked for it. Others said the doctors carrying out the abortions — all of whom were male — made abusive remarks.One woman quoted her doctor as winding up her abortion with the words:

“This really hurt, didn’t it? But let that be a lesson before you get yourself in this situation again.

One patient, Ellen Hamilton, who had an abortion because she was raped, said she was more traumatized by the abortion. According to Danielle Capelli with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation on a NPR All Things Considered segment April 3, 1992, Abortions without Anesthesia at Canadian Hospital.

“She was sent over to Yellowknife, and she had–she was told that no anesthesia would be used because it wasn’t necessary; that general anesthesia was dangerous–that it would cause bleeding–and that local anesthesia wasn’t needed because it would only cause minor discomfort and the procedure would be over in a couple of minutes. In fact, she found it excruciatingly painful. She said she was strapped down to the table, held down by a number of nurses, including one male member of the staff at the hospital who had to come in and help hold her down. She said she was screaming and writhing in pain; she was begging the doctor to stop. The doctor was yelling at her, saying, ‘You’re only making it worse, stop moving,’ and refused to stop; he just kept going. “

Another woman told the group that, “the doctor said, ‘The anesthesiologist does not believe in abortions; we will administer the anesthetic following the abortion, for the tubal ligation.'”

The hospital told reporters that it plans to develop a new plan “for providing patients with choices for pain control during abortion procedures.”

How dare you seek emergency help


According to the Florida Department of Professional Regulations case # 89-13676, abortionist Theodore Lehrer performed an abortion on a patient at the All Women’s Medical Center in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

After the abortion the woman complained of severe cramping and began to bleed heavily and Lehrer told her to remain in bed and to call him if it got worse. That evening the bleeding became very heavy and she called the clinic and waited 10 minutes for a response before calling the abortion hot line number.

The hotline advised her to go to the emergency room. At the ER, they gave her a prescription for the pain and advised her to see Lehrer the next day.

She reported that when she went to Lehrer’s abortion clinic the next day, he became angry that she went to the emergency room.

She continued to bleed and a few days later again went to the ER where they determined she suffered from an incomplete abortion. Lehrer was issued a “Letter of Guidance” following the complaint to the board.

Abortion injury? Not our clinic’s problem

The state of Alabama closed an abortion clinic after it found several deficiencies, reports the Montgomery Advertiser. In one incident, the investigation found that the abortionists at Reproductive Health Services did not provide proper follow-up care for an abortion patient who went to an emergency room on July 14, with severe pain and abdominal cramping after having an abortion two days earlier.

The emergency room doctor who ended up treating the woman contacted the abortion clinic and said a nurse at the clinic told him that “everyone was out of town” and since the patient was in the ER, “I guess it’s your problem.” Rick Harris, director of the department’s Bureau of Health Provider Standards responded:

“It’s not OK to operate a health care facility that does surgery and then say ‘We’re going to put them (the abortion clinic) off on the emergency system.’”

Abortions, parties, and a botched liposuction

In an April 30, 2004 article, the Orlando Sentinel reported that two South Florida doctors (one’s a retired psychologist, the other is a working ob-gyn physician, they stated) own the Orlando nightclub Tropical Magic.


They revealed that one of the owners is a Broward County physician by the name of Dr. Celina Poy-Wing. Advertisements in the South Florida area reveal that Poy-Wing performs abortions up to 22 weeks at 817 South University Drive in Plantation, FL, describing her practice as, Women Caring for Women.

The article says that abortionist Poy-Wing described her club’s atmosphere this way, “We are trying to appeal to the whole community. No babies. We want men and women.”

The paper also made this observation about the club’s alcohol: “And for an older-crew club, the drink policy is awfully relaxed. For one, the place is open until 4 in the morning. Two, the place sells tiny bottles of alcohol until the 2 a.m. curfew — and then offers mixers for the next two hours. Which means there’s a run at the bottles before 2 a.m. It’s a strategy that keeps the party going until closing.”

In May of 2000, the Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinal reported in a May 26 article, Victim wins award in botched liposuction, that a judge’s assistant was awarded a $1 million malpractice verdict against abortion doctor Celina Poy-Wing who reportedly botched her liposuction in 1998.

The article notes that a Broward County jury decided that the surgery by Dr. Celina Poy-Wing caused nerve damage, numbness, burning and discolored skin on the abdomen and hips of her patient, Nancy Williams.

Williams’s suit claimed that Poy-Wing took out too much fat and operated too close to the skin and blamed the poor care on the fact that Poy-Wing had just learned to do liposuction at a weekend seminar in spring 1997, according to the woman’s attorney.

Abortionist, I’ve lacerated many women’s uteruses

Journalist, Mark Feldstein reported on abortionist Milan Vuitch in his reports, See No Evil, for WTSP-TV (St. Petersburg, FL: March, 1981); and Investigation of Dr. Milan Vuitch, WDVM-TV (Washington, D.C.: Nov. 1984).

In Feldstein’s, Kissing Cousins: Journalism and Oral History, he describes a the interview and a comment by Vuitch:

“During my own work as a journalist, I often found that despite the television interviewer’s customary antipathy to dead airtime, silence can elicit the most damning admissions of all. “I don’t charge extra for rats, they come free when I rent the property,” one slumlord eventually told me on-camera. Similarly, a negligent gynecologist (Milan Vuitch) responded to my silence by stating, “Oh, I’ve lacerated many women’s [sic] uteruses, this is no big deal.”

Abortionists do not enhance patient dignity

In the book, Abortion Practice, author and abortionist Warren Hern describes on page 91 how most abortion doctors treat their patients.

“In many clinic settings, the patient does not meet the physician until she is undressed except for an examining gown. Some physicians even require, or clinics arrange, that the patient be in a lithotomy position when the physician enters the room. This procedure does not enhance the patient’s dignity as a person, and it does not encourage recognition of the patient as a person by the physician.”

Abortion doctor accused of killing wife

On December 15,2006, the Hattiesburg American reported in an article, Doctor pleads not guilty to killing his wife, that abortionist Malachy DeHenre was arrested after a new indictment accused him of shooting his wife, Dr. Nyasha DeHenre, in the head in their Laurel home in 1997. At his first trial in 1999, the jury voted 11-1 to acquit him, resulting in a hung jury.

According to a WDAM News 7 news report, (Doctor to face 2nd trial for wife’s slaying: 12-18-2006), DeHenre is also being charged with the rape of a then 21-year-old patient when he was practicing at the Family Health Care Center in 1992.

Photo/Brian Livingston, Laurel Leader Call
DeHenre, shown being escorted into the Jones County courthouse for his arraignment.

DeHenre has a long history of trouble in his performance of abortions and treatment of women. He performed abortions in Alabama before he lost his license to practice in that state, according to a Washington Post story , (Alabama Abortion Clinic to Stay Shut: 6-15-2006).

The Post reported that DeHenre formerly worked for the Summit abortion clinic in Alabama which, was closed in 2006 after state inspectors found them dispensing RU-486 without a doctor present. The article says that in December of 2004, the Medical Licensure Commission of Alabama indefinitely suspended the license of Malachy M. DeHenre. The commission ruled that DeHenre’s conduct in four cases from 2000 to 2003 was “immoral, unprofessional or dishonorable” and that he endangered his patients through “gross malpractice.”

In March of 2005, DeHenre’s license was indefinitely suspended by the Mississippi Medical Board. It had been temporarily suspended in 2004 after one of DeHenre’s Alabama abortion patients died. A 2004, Clarion Ledger report entitled, Abortion death cited in action against doctor Ala. suspends license of Jackson abortion practitioner, reveals that the Alabama State Board of Medical Examiners found that the patient was discharged from Summit Medical Center 20 minutes after having an abortion on Nov. 25, 2003. Less than six hours later, her husband contacted the medical center and reported that his wife had abdominal pain and a low temperature.

She was taken by ambulance to a Birmingham hospital, where she died. She sustained an unrecognized uterine perforation during the abortion, the board said. “Subsequent hemorrhagic shock led to her ultimate demise,” according to the board’s report to the licensure commission.

According to the Clarion Ledger, (Suspended doc: Didn’t like doing 35,000 abortions: 3-18-2005), after his suspension in Mississippi, DeHenre said that he did not like performing some 35,000 abortions, but did so because he needed the work. “I ask for your forgiveness,” Dehenre said. “I don’t want to be an outcast. I want to be among the medical community.” The Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure told the press that they received “more than one complaint, ” in the case.

After DeHenre’s 2006 arrest he was denied his bond request and will be held in the Jones County Adult Detention Facility in Ellisville until his trial, which will likely be held in the spring of 2007.

You mean you hav to have a license to do this?

According to press reports abortion clinic owner Belkis Gonzales has been arrest and charged with two felony counts of relating to abortions done at her clinics. The arrest report attests that Gonzales and her partner, Siomara Senises, knowingly allowed two unlicensed men to perform abortions at their clinics. In addition, they are charged for instructing other employees to do medical proceedures that also require licensing, such as dispensing medicine. Neither Gonzales or Senises personally held licenses, however that did not prevent them from taking part in activities at the clinic.

These two owners were also subjects of an investigation concerning a fetus that was found in a medical waste bag on top of one of the clinics. The investigation in that case is still ongoing.

Abortion Patient Death Prompts Third License Suspension

Posted in Abortion, Abortion Clinic Inspections, abortion clinic safety, Abortion Clinic Worders, abortion complication, abortion death, abortion injury, abortionist with tags , , , , , , , on June 5, 2013 by saynsumthn

June 5, 2013 By Operation Rescue


Baltimore, MD – Operation Rescue has learned that The Maryland Board of Physicians has suspended the medical license of a third abortionist associated with the notorious Steven Chase Brigham after abortion patient Maria Santiago died in February, 2013.

Michael Angelo Basco was summarily suspended from practicing medicine in Maryland on May 29, 2013, the same day two of his associates, Iris E. Dominy and Mansuor G. Panah, were also issued suspensions. All four Maryland abortion clinics operating under the name Associates in OB/GYN Care, which is affiliated with New Jersey abortionist Steven Chase Brigham, were ordered to stop all surgical abortions on May 9.

“Basco is an abortionist that had been flying under the radar,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. “Now, the public can be warned about this dangerous man who has a history of discipline and lawsuits in other states.”

While Basco was not involved in Sanitago’s death, he was found to have engaged in other dangerous conduct that could have resulted in grave injury or death of another woman.

According to suspension documents made public by the Maryland Board of Physicians, Basco allowed an unlicensed, unqualified worker conduct an ultrasound exam on a pregnant with a multiple gestation pregnancy. She came up with several gestational ages. Without consulting anyone, she started an abortion on the woman by administering Cytotec, a dangerous drug that induces uterine contractions, in Basco’s absence. When Basco saw the woman, he refused to continue with the abortion because of the advanced fetal age and complexity of aborting twins. He gave the woman few options and essentially turned her adrift in the process of an abortion.

It was later learned that it was standard procedure at the four Brigham affiliated abortion clinics in Maryland to start all women who were beyond 11 weeks of pregnancy on Cytotec before they saw the abortionist. The Maryland Office of Health Care Quality determined that this practice posed a danger to the health and safety of the public.

Basco Disciline

This was not Bascoe’s first disciplinary action.

Basco was issued a Reprimand by the Texas Medical Board on August 15, 2003, after he failed to provide information about a malpractice suit against him on an application for hospital privileges. The Texas Medical Board determined that the omission constituted “dishonorable or unprofessional conduct that was likely to deceive or defraud the public, or injure the public. “

At the same time, he had also been accused of Cytotec, an ulcer drug used off-label by abortionists to induce uterine contractions, which can be dangerously strong and unpredictable in nature by one employee, but was never disciplined.

On August 26, 2011, Texas Medical Board issued an Agreed Order, disciplining Basco for inadequate medical records and for not adequately informing a patient of all options prior to a hysterectomy. Basco was ordered to attend classes on proper recordkeeping procedures and ordered to pay an administrative fine of $3,000.

Pennsylvania and Maryland both issued Reciprocol Reprimands last year based on the Texas action.

“Even though Basco, Dominy, and Panah have all been suspended in Maryland, and four clinics ordered to halt surgical abortions, vigilance is still required because we have seen Brigham-operated clinics defy the law before,” said Newman. “Brigham-operated abortion mills are among the worst in the nation. He has a history of ignoring the law, hiring troubled abortionists who are at the bottom of the barrel, and evading responsibility at every turn. His abortion clinics are continuously being closed by various states, but he finds ways to reopen them time and again. We pray that his entire chain of abortion clinics that span four states will be brought down and Brigham is put behind bars where he belongs.”

Brigham’s web site, which goes under the name American Women’s Services, continues to list eight abortion locations in New Jersey, four in Maryland, two in Pennsylvania, and two in Virginia. Pennsylvania ordered the two abortion clinics in that state closed last year after both failed safety inspections.

Other Brigham-affiliated abortionists also have a long history of problems. Operation Rescue has been exposing these dangerous abortionists for years. [Read more about them.]

Brigham has also been known to operate secret abortion facilities. In 2010, he and his associate, Nicola Riley, operated a bi-state late-term abortion scheme designed to avoid the laws of New Jersey. Brigham would begin the abortions in New Jersey then caravan women in full labor to a secret location in Elkton, Maryland, where their abortions would be completed. That illicit operation was discovered and shut down after Riley nearly killed a patient during a seriously botched abortion. Brigham, who has never held a medical license in Maryland, was assisting Riley with the patient. Police raided the Elkton clinic and discovered the bodies of 35 late-term aborted babies stored in a freezer. Brigham and Riley were both arrested and jailed on murder charges in Maryland, but the case was dropped after an expert witness who would have testified that the babies died in Maryland, withdrew from the case.

Abortionists and sexual assault

Posted in Abortion, abortion and rape, Abortion and Sexual Assault, Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortion clinic worker arrested, abortionist, Abortionist arrested with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 4, 2013 by saynsumthn

Abortionists and sexual assault

Who Said This?

Life Dynamics Inc. falsely claims that abortion providers rape and sexually assault their clients, that abortion causes severe psychological trauma to women and providers, and that obstetricians use abortion to “cover up their mistakes.”

Planned Parenthood, America’s largest abortion provider, in their Profiles of 15 Anti-Choice Organizations

Now you decide for yourself !


Sexually graphic material

The following contains graphic descriptions of sexual acts taken from court documents and press reports. If this material will be offensive to you please leave this area.

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Meet Finkel – Abortionist and sexual predator

On May 26,2004 abortionist Brian L. Finkel surrendered his medical license to the Arizona Board of Osteopathic Examiners ( Case # 3287 + 2989), after he was convicted of sexually assaulted several patients.

The arrest and court proceedings were covered by several news outlets, the Arizona Republic (several articles), the Phoenix News Times 8/28/2003, the East Valley Tribune 11/26/2004 and several others.

Here are some exerts from taped interviews with law enforcement from some of Finkel’s abortion staff who were eye witnesses to some of these crimes (as printed in the Life Dynamics Newsletter entitled: Thirteen of Finkel’s victims were patients of Finkel):
Question, “Would Finkel wake patients by placing his hands on their breasts?”

Answer, “Yes sir, it’s true, that’s true. I’ve seen that…we’ve even told his wife.”

Question, “ Have you seen the ___________flicking?”

Answer, “I can’t lie, yes I have.” Another employee told investigators, “ I’ve saw him do the ______flick all the time. At the office we had a name for it.”

A third employee said, “If she was attractive, he’d find a way to be alone with the patient.”

Finkel consistently denied these charges and said he was never alone with any of his patients.

Another employee said this, “He’s like a monster…he told K.C.(employee) he’d pay to get her teeth done if she’d give him a **** (slang for oral sex).”

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Abortionist Brian Finkel

The jury found that Finkel had either fondled the breasts or rubbed the genitals of the thirteen abortion patients.

One woman testified that she had awakened after the abortion to find Finkel lying on top of her groping her breasts. an article in theThe August 13,2003 East Valley Tribune, said the woman testified that on the day she had the abortion she, “remember waking up, opening my eyes, his hands were in my breasts groping me.”

The Tribune goes on to report that the woman became alarmed when Finkel said he was going to touch her clitoris. She said she glanced at the female attendant who turned away. She stated that prior to that Finkel had thrown a gown at her and told her to undress. She said Finkel yanked the gown up to her throat when she had only pulled it up to her abdomen.

The September 3, 2003 edition of the East Valley Tribune (More women to testify in sexual abuse trial) states that at the time, Finkel performed 20% of the state’s abortions. The women who testified against Finkel said that his examinations were unlike any other they had by a physician by touching them in places their doctors had never touched for that type of exam.

Another news report indicated that there were allegations made by one abortion patient of Oral sexual contact.

In an October 23, 2003, Phoenix New Times article entitled, Trial and Error, they reported that Detective Art Haduch wrote in 1999 of his interview with Karen Corbett, a previous medical assistant to Finkel, “Corbett told me that Finkel would particularly fondle the breasts of larger-chested women or women with breast enhancement. I asked Karen if she had ever been out of the room, and Finkel was alone with the patient. Karen said this happened numerous times.”

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Finkel during his trial
Photo: Jack Kurtz, The Arizona Republic

During his trial the Phoenix New Times ( No Choice, Scenes from a “clown show” — the Finkel trial, 01/08/04) reported that one day in court, Finkel responded jocularly to a reporter’s question during a recess about his plans for Halloween stating, “I’m going as a transvestite sex-crimes prosecutor.”

The New Times also reported that during one court recess, Finkel looked at a woman who had been testifying against him, then whistled the melody to “If I Only Had a Brain.”
In an October 5, 2006 article Finkel is quote as saying, “Physicians that abuse their patients in this state go to prison. I’m not going to prison, because I’m not doing anything wrong.”


Finkel was found guilty in Marcopa County Superior Court of 22 counts of criminal sexual abuse Finkel was originally charged with 67 sex counts. Finkel is currently serving time in state prison.

One of Finkel’s victims told the paper that she, “hopes he dies in prison.” Another victim stated, “I could see that he wasn’t sorry for anything that happened.”

On December 14, 2006, the Phoenix New Times ran a follow-up report entitled, Hey Diddle Diddle, Abortion doctor Brian Finkel will remain in prison for at least 20 more years, after a recent appellate court loss. The story focused on a letter the New Times received from a cell mate of Finkel’s, James Stites, who is serving a six-year prison sentence for attempting to molest a child.

“Since I’ve been in here,” Stites wrote, “I have heard how he loved his job because he got to play with a lot of breasts and how he enjoyed rubbing their crotch. Now he’s telling us he will be out on the streets in 2006 because the courts screwed up on his case. . . . Can you let me know if this is true or not because this is one sick son-of-a-bi*** and doesn’t need to be on the inside.”


The New Times reported that in an unpublished decision issued November 21, the Arizona Court of Appeals upheld Finkel’s high-profile convictions on 22 counts (involving 13 victims), and reaffirmed the sentence in all but four of those counts. The court reduced the sentence in two of those four counts by two years, and remanded the other two counts for resentencing because of a procedural error.

In the best-case scenario for Finkel the New Times writes, Finkel will become eligible for parole in about 20 years instead of 25.


Abortionist Brian Finkel’s new home

Patient awoke to find abortionist raping her

Ivan Namihas Article

In 1995, abortionist Lawson A. Akpulonu found himself in trouble. Akpulonu, 49 at the time of his arrest , worked for three abortion clinics, and according to the LA Times (LA Doctor’s license is suspended in sex case: 2/18/1995), was arrested while at work at one of the clinics, the Midland Medical Center in Culver City.

The LA Times reported that documents filed by the attorney general stated that a patient told authorities that Akpulonu performed an abortion on her in a Culver City clinic Jan. 28, 1995, and that while she was still under anesthesia after the procedure, the documents state that she “awoke to find respondent raping her. . . . Akpulonu gave (the) patient . . . a shot and she went back to sleep.”

They also reported that, another patient said Akpulonu fondled her after he performed an abortion on her at a South Gate clinic Nov. 9, 1992. Another patient alleged that Akpulonu made sexual comments to her and touched her improperly during a clinic visit Aug. 2, 1994.

A March 18,1993 LA Times article entitled, State slow to discipline physicians, reporting on how slow the state of California is to discipline bad doctors stated that Akpulonu pleaded guilty to medical insurance fraud and in 1992 one of Akpulonu’s employees complained to the Medical Board that the doctor did not sterilize his surgical tools and used untrained people to assist in operations. A January 31,1993 article said that Akpulonu had been convicted of threatening enemies with a loaded gun

In 1996, the Medical Board of California revoked Akpulonu’s license.

Abortionist: sex, rape, and hatred

One of California’s biggest sexual misconduct cases against an abortion doctor, might indicate that gynecologist Ivan C. Namihas had a hatred of women.

In March 1981, Roberta Ward, underwent a hysterectomy performed by Namihas. The operation went well, but a few days later the patient’s sutures tore open. Namihas put her under anesthesia and sewed her up. A few days later, the stitches tore again. This time Namihas, seemingly agitated, redid the stitches — but omitted the anesthetic.

“It was excruciatingly painful, but he finished so quickly I didn’t have time to do anything,” she says.

When Ward went in for a final checkup, she suddenly realized the examination was anything but routine. She says that when she was alone with Namihas, her feet in the metal stirrups, Namihas commented that Ward’s husband would “appreciate” his handiwork because he had “sewed me up tighter.”

Then the doctor began to fondle her, Ward says. “I thought, ‘Do I yell? Do I kick? My feet are up in these things.’ So I laid there like a corpse, thinking, ‘It’s going to be over.’ It seemed like an eternity.”

Ward tried to take action against Namihas with the state medical board, but the complaint she filed never seemed to go anywhere until Kathleen Schmidt took over the case.

After interviewing Roberta Ward in 1981, Schmidt had no doubt that Ward had told the truth, however Schmidt needed additional witnesses to procede. Six years later she got the break she needed when she overheard another investigator discussing a sexual misconduct case;and mentioned the name Namihas.

The patient, April S., claimed to the investigator that during a pelvic exam, Namihas had fondled her sexually. This complaint stalled as well as Namihas managed to convince two investigators that she had misunderstood a common medical procedure.

Then in 1990 a former girlfriend of Namihas’s, Jeanette Jacobs filed a complaint. Jacobs stated to the medical board that Namihas had gotten her pregnant, then performed an after-hours abortion on her without adequate equipment.

The LA Times reported that Namihas allegedly impregnated at least two of his patients, and that he told one woman, whom he treated for more than 10 years, that he became a gynecologist so he could vent his anger toward women.

A former employee said that Namihas “seemed to get some perverse pleasure” from inflicting pain on patients and several women told the LA Times grisly tales of enduring excruciating procedures without anesthesia. Another woman said that she, “felt he had problems with women in general because he talked about how much he hated his mother and bad relationships he’d had with girlfriends and his wives.”

Still another said, “He told me the reason he became a gynecologist was because he hated women and he could use a knife to cut them.”

Dozens of women complained to state medical authorities that Namihas had fondled, masturbated or otherwise sexually abused them. Many of the alleged instances of abuse dated back to the late 1960s and continued through 1992, they said.

In a 1993 Primetime investigation several patients shared their horrors:

* “The examinations would be without gloves. It was my first gynecologist that I ever went to. I didn’t know that they were supposed to use gloves. I know that now.”

* ” He wanted to be my first sexual experience, to make sure that it was done correctly.”

* “And he wanted me to sit on his lap and give him a return demonstration so that he knew that I knew how to masturbate.”

Kathleen Jewel Elliot wrote this letter to the Orange County Medical Association in 1973.

“During the examination of the pelvic region, he began massaging the erogenous zones of my vagina, telling me to close my eyes and relax. He also used foul language. I have no idea at all what can be done, if anything. At least you will have this on record in case you receive other complaints.”

In some of the treatments, the indictment alleges, Namihas performed painful laser surgery on patients and billed for the procedures even when test results and biopsies came back negative.

When state medical authorities revoked Namihas’ license in May, 1992, more than 200 women came forward and said he abused them.

Officials of the California Attorney General’s office have described Namihas as “a predator in a white coat” and called his alleged transgressions “the worst case of sexual abuse by a physician in California history.”

Court documents filed by the attorney general allege that he:

* Made one of his patients pregnant and then performed an abortion on her without adequate equipment and safeguards.

* Aggressively assaulted and kissed a hospital employee and had her fired when she reported it.

* Boasted of his sexual prowess and had “physical encounters” with a nurse while a patient was in labor, thus “abdicating his responsibility” to the patient.

* Performed a dilation and curettage on a woman without anesthesia, an act the attorney general called “cruelty, plain and simple.”

* Taught a patient how to masturbate, then told her to go home and think of him while she masturbated.

* Induced the same patient to perform oral sex on him.

* Exposed his penis to a patient.

* Harassed a woman “for being in labor for 18 hours.”

In the June 1997, US Attorney’s Bulletin (Volume 45, Number 3) California Assistant Attorney General Jonathan S. Shapiro states, ” The term ‘abuse of patient trust’ must have been coined for Dr. Ivan C. Namihas. Arrogant, cruel and greedy her carried out a particularly cruel form of fraud against his victims.”

He also pointed out that after abusing his patients and destroying medical files, Namihas moved to Las Vegas, Nevada and might, “still there living in his mansion n the 15th hole of a private golf course, but for the courage and persistence of some of his patients.”

On July 3, 1992, the Medical Board of California revoked Namihas’ license

Abortionist guilty of preying on women

According to facts presented during a license revocation hearing abortionist Tati Okereke was found to use his abortion practice to prey on women. Following are excerpts taken from the NY Medical Board’s case #11593 which details the activities of Okereke.

(To read the full .pdf document click here)

Documents related to the case show that Okereke did such actions as, fondling a female patient’s breast, engaging in sexual intercourse with her and other patients without their consent.

To facilitate his sexual attacks Okereke would inject patients with drugs, then engaging in sexual intercourse without the permission of the abortion patients. In one instance a patient said that Okereke said he was going to withdraw blood, but instead injected her with a drug to make her stuporous, and allegedly attempted to have sexual intercourse with the patient.

One woman testified that she could not move any muscles during this ordeal, but just kept crying, “What are you doing?”

Still another patient testified that after he examined her vagina he licked his finger.

When the time came for his case to be heard she said the doctor tried to pay her of to keep her quiet.

Other findings of the board include -

When Okereke applied for a license in New York, he lied on the application saying he had never been found guilty of professional misconduct. He also failed to disclose a malpractice case entitled: Guth v. Okereke and the Children’s Hospital of Buffalo. He also lied as to whether he had ever been charged with a felony. The New York Board pointed out that Okereke was charged with felonies of sexual abuse and bribing a witness by Grand Jury Indictment # 82-1579-502, he was initially tried and but later acquitted following a mistrial.

Okereke advertised his New York abortion offices as: High Street Medical Group and the board pointed out that he had not registered with the Erie County Clerk’s Office to do business under that name.

On March 11, 1997, The New York State Board of Regents, denied the physician’s petition for the restoration of his New York State medical license.

Misconduct Description: The New York State Board of Regents sustained the charges finding the physician guilty of abusing patients; engaging in conduct which evidences moral unfitness; practicing fraudulently, negligence, Incompetence; failing to maintain accurate records and rendering excessive treatment not warranted by the condition of the patient.

Abortionist accused of seducing patient

LA Times, (State board charges doctor with negligence in botched abortion: 7/2/1993) reported that a 19-Year-old patient of abortionist Saihb S. Halil stated in a lawsuit that after Halil operated on her, he “attempted to seduce her,” calling her numerous times at home.

On July 10, 1995, the Medical Board of California revoked Saihb S. Halil’s license to practice medicine based upon his patient care in 1987 and 1988. According to a Drug Enforcement Hearing (Federal Register Vol. 64, No. 119, June 22, 1999) against Halil, the Board concluded that Respondent’s license should be revoked:

(1) “For gross negligence in his treatment of [3 named patients]”

(2) “for repeated acts of negligence in his treatment of [3 named patients]”

(3) “for acts and omissions which constitute incompetence in his treatment of
2 patients”

(4) “for dishonest and corrupt acts in his dealings with [1 named patient]”

(5) “for sexual misconduct with [1 named patient]”

A victim of molestation speaks out

On October 13, 2005, this comment was sent into The O’Reilly Factor regarding the issue of parental consent on abortion.

“Doris, I’m withholding her last name, California, ‘I had an abortion in Anaheim without my parents’ knowledge. The doctor performing the operation molested me, knowing I would not tell. I will vote yes on parental notification.'”

Abortionist grabs women inappropriately

On May 28,2003, The Medical Board of California (Division of Medical Quality Case # 10-2001-125390) disciplined the medical license of abortion doctor John R. Rivera, Jr.

The case involved an incident of assault perpetrated by Rivera when Rivera was attending a San Diego Street Festival. Rivera approached a woman standing in line waiting to purchase some beer. The case revealed that he then asked her if she would like to attend an ecstasy party the next night, and the women said she didn’t do that sort of thing.

When Rivera turned to leave he reached around another person and grabbed the women tightly in the vaginal area.

When the police arrived, Rivera denied the incident and that he also denied that he had been using ecstasy, however a urine sample taken from Rivera tested positive for the drug.

In July of 2006, the board ruled to reinstate Rivera’s license.

Abortionist asks patients to masturbate

In February of 2006, the California Board of Osteopathic Examiners requested that abortionist Laurence A. Reich turn in his medical license (case #00200000100800).

Documents of the accusations presented to the board include allegations that Reich fondled one woman during an exam, asked her if it felt good and then kissed her. Another woman said that Reich was sexually excited during an exam and asked her to stimulate herself so that he could diagnose an infection. Another said he asked her to stimulate herself in front of him and later asked her to demonstrate an oral sex technique on his thumb.

This was the end of a story that began in 1982 when a complaint was filed by the board against Reich that included allegations from six women, four accusing him of sexual impropriety and two of incompetence

As a result of these allegations, the board placed Reich on probation from 1984 to 1994, and required that he have a nurse present while treating patients, according to court records. Initially Reich’s license was revoked, but the board stayed the revocation for 10 years as long as Reich followed certain terms.

However, in 2002, Reich was again accused of performing sexual acts on his patients. .

An October 30, 2005 article in the LA Daily News entitled, Convicted physician continues practicing, said that patients accused Reich of sticking his fingers inside their vaginas without medical necessity and asking them inappropriate questions about their sexuality then Reich gave the women his home phone number.

In one instance, the case revealed that Reich was accused of asking a patient some very personal questions about her sex life, if she had ever had an extra-marital affair, if she was happy with her husband, and about her sexual fantasies.

Reich then reportedly placed his hands on her genitals and rubbed her. He asked her if she masturbated and if her vagina became easily lubricated. He then requested that she lubricate herself, the patient asked Reich if he meant that she should masturbate and Reich replied in the affirmative. The patient refused.

Sheila Elder one of Reich’s accusers said that she was referred to the Family Planning Medical Clinic in Van Nuys through a friend. Elder was 29 when she visited Reich’s clinic on Sept. 25, 1999, seeking to renew her birth-control prescription, according to the complaint filed by the Attorney General’s Office.

Her complaint alleges Reich touched her inappropriately, told her she had cervical scarring, and that she should schedule another appointment so he could examine her further. After the exam, Reich asked for her home phone number, and gave Elder his home, work and pager numbers, according to the complaint. He pushed for the follow-up visit to further examine the scarring, she said. Instead, Elder followed up with her family physician, who said he found no sign of scarring.

Yvette Chambers stumbled on the clinic through a 411 telephone call. She told CNN (California case shows need for checking doctors’ backgrounds: 12/5/2005) that she was, “in the exam room with her feet in the stirrups, Reich, the only other person in the room.”

She wasn’t comfortable with the way Reich touched her, or with his questions about her sex life during a gynecological exam at a Los Angeles-area clinic.”I was questioning myself as to why I felt so uncomfortable, because it’s a doctor, he’s a doctor. Look at him he’s in a doctor’s (office), his beard’s cleanly cut,” Chambers said. Then, she says, he asked her out to lunch. “At that point I realized ‘eww, eww, I have just been molested. I have just been violated. He just asked me out, ” Chambers said.

Chambers filed a complaint against Reich after the February 2000 appointment, adding to a list of allegations that date back to the 1970s, according to documents on file with the California Osteopathic Medical Board — which regulates osteopaths but not medical doctors.

“He took advantage of me, and he did it under the guise of a doctor,” Chambers said in an interview. “In a normal setting, I’m 100 percent sure I would have acted different, I would’ve stopped him. But he’s a doctor.”
Elder told the press that, “If they had taken this seriously from the get-go, if they would have done something earlier, what happened to Yvette wouldn’t have happened.”

The media pointed out that little information was available to these victims before they fell prey to Reich. CNN said that the board did not state on it’s public information website that Reich was arrested in 2002 on sexual battery charges and pleaded no contest to one count of sexual exploitation by a physician, a misdemeanor.
On December 9,2005, pro-choice Senator Barbara Boxer expressed disgust in the system and called for the board to remove Reich’s medical license. She writes,

“I recently learned of the extraordinarily disturbing circumstances surrounding the actions of Dr. Laurence Reich, an osteopath who practices in California. I believe that immediate action should be taken to suspend Dr. Laurence Reich’s medical license until a full hearing is held and any legal cases against him are completed…Due process is an important part of our legal and regulatory system to protect the interests of various professionals who are regulated by government. In this case, the question that is raised by the history of Dr. Reich is, what about the protection of the public’s interest? This license suspension is long overdue to protect the public. “

In February of 2006, California’s Osteopathic Medical Board accepted the tendered license of Laurence Reich. Reich will be allowed to practice until April 14, giving him time to close or sell his practice, officials told the Daily News of Los Angeles, (Osteopath Surrenders License, avoids hearing: 2/16/2006 ).

In turning over his license, Reich admitted that he had pleaded no contest “to a criminal offense substantially related to the qualifications, functions or duties of an osteopathic physician and surgeon,” according to court documents. He was sentenced to one day in jail and one year’s probation.

Abortionist has sex with an unconscious patient

According to the City News Service, (An unlicensed medical assistant accused of claiming to be a doctor and raping victims before performing abortions on them was sentenced to 12 years in state prison, a prosecutor said today: 6/12/1996), Miguel Hugh Gomez, a California abortion clinic medical assistant, posing as a doctor was indicted on two counts of rape of an unconscious person and rape by use of drugs; and one count of sodomy of an unconscious person, unlawful practice of medicine with serious injury, unlawful representation as a physician, sexual battery by restraint, and anal and genital penetration by a foreign object.
Authorities began investigating Gomez in December 1994, after a man told police he had seen the Gomez having sex with an apparently unconscious woman at the Daly Medical Clinic in Montecito Heights.

The man had taken his wife to Gomez for an abortion and when he felt that the procedure was taking too long, he went outside and looked through the clinic’s windows. That is when he saw the Gomez and another woman.

The prosecutor said a licensed doctor owns the abortion clinic where the assault occurred and Gomez worked there on weekends. Gomez initially was charged with practicing medicine without a license, pending investigation of the rape allegations.Gomez plead no contest to nine criminal charges.

In January of 1991, the Medical Board of California (case # D-4430) heard an accusation against Gomez involving an abortion he performed on 1987. The accusation states that on October 25,1987 a patient went to the La Clinica Eva abortion clinic at 707 South Broadway in Los Angeles for an abortion. Gomez performed the procedure without any licensed physicians present.

During the procedure the left arm of the fetus was avulsed as the woman was much further along than Gomez had originally estimated. The abortion was stopped and the patient was taken to the hospital and found to have been 31 weeks gestation.

In August of 1991, the Medical Board of California revoked Gomez’s license. In June of 1996, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge William Pounders sentenced Miguel Hugh Gomez, of Torrance to 12 years in state prison.

Doc forces abortion on his wife

The State of Florida: Division of Administrative Hearings, case # 0098363, and the Miami Herald: 4/24/1988 among other print and television news sources, reveal that in 1988, abortionist Theodore Lehrer was arrested after he performed an abortion on his wife in their home allegedly against her will.

Article Theodore Lehrer

Lehrer’s wife told police that when he arrived home he requested to have sex with her. She denied him sex stating that she was not feeling well, due to her pregnancy. Lehrer’s wife reported that he then handcuffed her and strapped her to a table in their home, and had sex with her anyway.

Then his wife alleged that he performed an abortion on her without her permission. Local news papers reported that she told authorities he was going to give her an injection to numb the pain, only she felt no injection-just excruciating pain.

Police along with the State’s Medical Board took action immediately but dismissed all the charges because Lehrer’s wife was too ill to testify against her husband in the case.

Lehrer shows having a current and active license with the state of Florida and Lehrer continues to perform abortions at the All Women’s Center abortion clinic. His website shows that he is a member of the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, and the National Abortion Federation and other medical organizations.

More than 20 charges made against abortionist

Jeffrey Goldenberg Article

In 1987, the Tamarac, Florida, the police department began an investigation into allegations of sexual assault by abortion doctor Jeffrey Goldenberg. Goldenberg was employed by the University Women’s Center abortion clinic in Tamarac.

In August of 1988, the Associated Press (Doctor Ordered to Stop Practicing, 8/6/1988) reported that Jeffrey Goldenberg, 41, surrendered his license to state’s Department of Professional Regulation officials, who said in a written emergency suspension order that Goldenberg presented an “immediate and serious danger” to the public. In the end, there were several complaints against the doctor.

(Florida Department of Professional Regulation case numbers 102532, 73882, 70744, 75174, 80918, 85142, 94175, and 76, 95832, 102527, and 528, 529, 531, 598, 103134 and 466, 467, 468, 489, 103751 and 752, 755, 67793, 86772, 32342, 77112, 874, 959320, 87-1457)

The department accused Goldenberg of stitching up the abdomen of a woman on whom he performed a Cesarean section despite heavy internal bleeding. Goldenberg also botched his attempt to treat the woman after she suffered cardiac arrest, the department charged. The woman died after the operation.

The department’s case includes allegations that he performed at least seven unnecessary Cesarean sections and fondled a patient during an examination.

In a separate case, the agency also has accused Goldenberg of injecting a patient with sedatives and then sexually assaulting her, said Bruce Lamb, the agency’s chief medical attorney. Lamb said the agency has asked that the state Board of Medicine revoke Goldenberg’s license.

Investigators were in the process of reviewing over 20 complaints against Goldenberg when he died unexpectedly.

Abortionist convicted, lewd conduct and battery

In August 1990, the Miami Herald reported that Indiana abortion provider Pravin Thakker was convicted of performing abortions on his former lovers without their consent.

Thakker was also investigated by the Indiana Medical board ( Indiana Health Profession Bureau Case # 89 MLB 003) for lewd and immoral conduct toward female patients under his care.

On June 11,1991 a jury found Thakker guilty of two counts of battery, two counts of illegal abortion and two counts of criminal recklessness. Thakker was sentenced on July 31, 1991 to prison in the Indiana Department of Corrections. He was released from prison in April of 1995.

The Sullivan’s Group, Physician’s Law Review confirms this when they state that Dr. Thakkar was sentenced to sixteen years in prison for illegally aborting fetuses from two former lovers and attempting to do so with a third, without the women’s consent.

Dr. Pravin Thakkar was convicted on June 12, 1992 on one count of attempted illegal abortion and two counts each of performing an illegal abortion, battery and criminal recklessness. He was sentenced to 24 years with 8 years suspended.

He allegedly performed illegal abortions after telling the women he was giving them routine pelvic examinations. One woman was eight months pregnant.

Two patients testified that Thakkar aborted their fetuses without their permission. Both said Thakkar had gotten them pregnant.

An Associated Press article reported that the victims, Carmen Singer and Kathy Collins, both of Anderson, testified that Thakkar aborted their fetuses without their permission. They said he was the father of the fetuses. A third woman, Bonnie Coffey-Myers of Indianapolis, said she had also dated Thakkar and that he tried to abort her pregnancy without her consent. She said she didn’t believe Thakkar was the father of her fetus.

Indiana revoked his medical license as a result of the charges.

Define – legitimate medical purpose . . .

The Boston Globe reported in a July 2, 1999 article (Board OKs claims against doctor) that the Massachusetts state’s medical board disciplined abortionist Howard J. Silverman, who owns Repro Associates an abortion clinic in Brookline.

According to the article, Silverman allegedly “touched the breasts of numerous patients for no legitimate medical purpose.”

In addition he, “made sexual advances on a medical assistant . . . in an examination room while a patient was still on the examining table. Between 1994 and 1995, Silverman allegedly told a patient to prepare for a pelvic exam by getting “into the position that got you here.”

The New York Times also reported the conduct in their December 10, 1995 article, Investigation Targets Tests For Abortions. The Times states, that in 1984, the Board of Registration in Medicine disciplined Silverman for sexual misconduct with an 18-year-old patient.

As a result of all these action, Silverman’s privileges to admit patients to five Boston area hospitals were revoked and have not been reinstated. He must now rely on colleagues to admit patients to hospitals in emergency cases.

Here’s an interesting footnote: After the report of sexual abuse, Jennifer Jackson, than President of the Massachusetts National Organization for Women, made this outrageous comment,

“N.O.W. is appalled to learn of any doctor engaged in the sexual exploitation of women, but this is only one doctor and one incident, others working to provide safe abortions should not be tainted by it.”

No wonder he wanted to volunteer

Meet Hideo D. Mori, all around good guy.

In addition, to his private practice Mori volunteered at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Austin, MN. It appears, however, that warm fuzzy feeling he felt wasn’t from 18 years of giving of himself to the abortion cause.

According to information brought to light during numerous disciplinary hearings, one of which finally cost him his license, Mori had more on his mind than abortions.

(Click here to read the entire Minnesota Board of Medical Examiners file)

According to the board, Mori was found to have engaged in sexual misconduct with several of his female patients. Documents state that Mori engaged in this activity for over 20 years.

The charges against Mori included, massaging the clitoris and vagina of a patient during pelvic exams and kissing the face neck and breasts of patients during exams and embracing a patient.

In addition, he told one of his patients that she should have sex with her husband in front of him so he could observe and determine why the patient was not climaxing.

Another patient told the board that during an examination Mori manipulated her clitoris and stimulated her vagina with his fingers, telling her to relax and close her eyes. He then bent down and kissed her breasts. She stated that she felt something in her vagina and asked, “What are you doing?” Mori replied, “I thought you might want to know what a penis felt like.” She stated that she did not and opened her eyes, his pants were unzipped. Mori did not engage in sexual intercourse with the patient and she continued to see him for a number of years.

Still another patient reported that Mori had been assisting her in relaxation methods that she felt would help her in her relationship with her husband. In one instance, Mori asked her to undress and he helped her to undress. He then began to hug, kiss, and stimulate her. She then noticed that he was sexually aroused and he pressed his penis against her hand on the table. He then climbed up on the table and laid on top of her and began to comfort himself with her, talking about his job and family troubles. He then asked if they could have intercourse, she said, “No.” He then got off the table, and left the room.

And yet another patient claimed that after Mori massaged her clitoris, he instructed her to get up, remove her top, go to the mirror and brush her hair. She was petrified and remained still on the table. He then told her to get dressed and go home.

After initial suspending his license the MN Board went ahead and revoked it.

Sex fiend

According to the NY State Board of Professional Medical Conduct, Case # BPMC 01-99, on April 16, 2001 abortionist Daniel Holschauer of Warwick, NY lost his license after stalking his abortion patients. One victim alleged that after performing an abortion on her, Holschauer wanted to see her and he wanted sex.

The Times Herald Record Online, (Warwick gynecologist admits stalking patients for sex, 06/01/06 ) reported that later that same day he did have unprotected sex with a patient, a woman he’d performed an abortion on days earlier.

Then Holschauer began to stalk her, calling up, showing up. He wanted more, so he began to stalk her. An investigation showed that she was not the first patient that Holschauer attempted to have sex with.

Following surgery on one patient, Holschauer removed the gauze from her vagina and stated, “you know, I would really like to be there.” Holschauer then began to pull his pants down and the patient noticed that he was having an erection.

Holschauer then told the patient, “I just did you a favor, now you do me a favor.”

When the patient refused, Holschauer asked the abortion patient to perform oral sex, and to masturbate him with her hand. Holschauer then kissed the patient on the mouth and grabbed her breast.

Years earlier it was reported that Holschauer had sex with a post-abortion patient by giving her a pill, he told her it would relax her, then he took her back to her apartment and had sex with her.

Holschauer’s license was suspended for one year, but after only two months it was reinstated provided he adhere to the following conditions: he can treat female patients only with a chaperone present; he must undergo routine drug testing; and he must undergo psychotherapy for as long as the therapist deems necessary.

Holschauer was the placed on probation for five years.
To read the findings of the case click here

Hayat takes a hands on approach to medicine

According to the State of NY: Department of Health Board for Professional Misconduct, in the matter of Abu Hayat M.D on October 11,1991, a female patient went to abortionist Abu Hayat’s office for an abortion follow-up exam.
Medical Board hearings stated that during the exam Hayat placed his fingers in the patient’s anus and vagina while his other hand was on her buttocks. He then moved the hand, which he had on her buttocks and tucked it under her breast and left it there.

During testimony of this incident Hayat, as he has often done when a patient complains, denied ever treating this patient. Hayat had a history of denying the treatment of several of the patients who filed complaints against him. This event was not the oly time Hayat faced the board. He was well known for several other violations regarding a number of his patients.

Read NY Review Board’s findings by clicking here.

Clinic volunteer videos sex with boys

On October 13, 2004, The Toledo Blade, ( HIV Volunteer is arrested on sex charge) reported that an HIV infected volunteer for Planned Parenthood was arrested 10-12-2004, for unlawful sexual conduct with a minor.
Jerry Steven Gonzales, 46 at the time, was reported to volunteer for Planned Parenthood of North West Ohio, talking to patrons of gay bars about unprotected sex.

A neighborhood girl found a tape in an alley near Gonzales’ home that contained explicit sexual scenes. The girl’s family turned it over to police, because it contained sexual scenes and minors. Police then confiscated about 50 videotapes from Gonzales’ residence and some showed him having sex with at least 5 boys.

Police Chief Mike Navarre told the Blade that Gonzales plead guilty to a similar misdemeanor charge in Michigan in 1989 but was not registered as a sex offender. Chief Navarre said he was stunned that a person would use children in such a manner.

Abortionist accused of sodomy and rape

According to the Daily Oklahoman (Abortion Doctor Denies Sex Charges: 9/20/1994), Oklahoma abortion doctor Nareshkumar Patel, 42, was charged in Oklahoma County District Court with one count of forcible oral sodomy and one count of sexual battery in an alleged 1993 sexual assault on a patient.

Patel denied that he had sexually abused any of his patients.

The 25-year-old victim testified that Patel attempted to force her to sodomize him after she had been sedated. Two other women previously testified Patel had raped them after he had administered an anesthetic to them.

However, Patel was not charged in those attacks because they allegedly happened in 1989 and 1990. They came forward only after Patel was charged in 1993.

A September 16,1994 article in the same paper, Ex-Patient Claims Rape By Patel Before Abortion, reports that a 26-year-old Moore woman testified that Patel raped her in 1990 shortly before performing an abortion on her. The woman testified that Dr. Patel prepared her for an abortion by sedating her, then raped her on the surgical table. After the assault, Patel began the abortion procedure, the woman testified.

Another woman testified that she had been a patient of Patel’s in 1989 and also had been raped by him under similar circumstances. The woman, then 19, also did not report the alleged attack to law enforcement because she “felt dirty.”

Patel denied all the charges and some of his staff testified that he was never alone with female patients. However, Rochelle Brown, a former employee of Patel’s at his Shawnee clinic, claimed Patel often would conduct pelvic examinations on female patients with no nurse present.

Abortion nurse sees doc touch and kiss patients

In March of 2004 an Oregon abortionist Ronald C. Stevenson was sentenced to 5 years probation for aggravated harassment of his patients.

The Bullet 2/14/2004, 3/12/2004 and The Associated Press State & Local Wire, Accused doctor faced similar complaints in Washington: 11/23/2003, reported the story.

Four nurses told police that they had witnessed abortionist Stevenson inappropriately touch and kiss his patients. One of his patients reported to police that Stevenson had caressed her as she awoke from anesthesia, Stevenson was then reported to have kissed the woman.

In another investigation, a 26-year-old Seattle woman told police that she was seeking an abortion and went to abortionist Stevenson at the Okanogan Valley Clinic. The woman said she awoke from the procedure to find abortion doctor Stevenson caressing her.

She didn’t report the incident until a friend of her sister’s said Stevenson had made advances toward her.

The Oregon Board of Medical Examiners stated that Stevenson entered into a Stipulated Order with the Board on July 14, 2005. In this Order he agreed to surrender his Oregon medical license while under investigation. Stevenson may not reapply for licensure for a minimum of two years and must obtain an evaluation before his application can be considered.

Stevenson entered into a Voluntary Limitation with the Board on January 15, 2004. In this Order Licensee Stevenson agreed to the following terms: Stevenson will provide the Board with 14 days notice prior to beginning practice in Oregon; Stevenson will offer a chaperone to all female patients over the age of 16.

Abortion and a massage

In February of 1989, Missouri abortionist Richard G Casey of St. Louis plead guilty to charges that he had schemed to collect Medicaid payments for sexual massages and abortions, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Physician pleads guilty of defrauding Medicaid, 2/4/1989) The paper reported that Casey devised a scheme to defraud Medicaid by submitting false bills for lab tests and for delivering babies. Casey also submitted bills for work that was medically unnecessary. Casey knew that Medicaid would not pay for abortions.
The St. Louis Dispatch reported that the indictment charged that Casey submitted claims for rubbing and massaging patients ”in a sexual manner” and that such massages were ”neither medically indicated nor necessary.”

Because Casey knew that insurance companies would not pay for elective abortions, he filed claims saying the abortions were procedures he had performed in connection with miscarriages.

A January 21,1990 article in the Dispatch (Doctor sentenced in Medicaid scheme) reported that Casey pleaded guilty to two counts of mail fraud and two counts of tax evasion. Casey was sentenced to two years in prison In addition to giving the doctor a prison term, U.S. District Judge Clyde S. Cahill put Casey on three years’ probation.

Abortionist Zorro – AKA Sex Stud

Here is yet another case from the New York State Board of Professional Medical Conduct. According to their order # BPMC 00-32, abortionist Alan Zarkin was ordered to surrender his medical license as he could not defend against at least one of ten charges of misconduct brought against him.

Here are a few of the charges listed by the Board:

In 1999, while working at Beth Israel Hospital in New York, abortionist Alan Zarkin performed a cesarean on a woman and when she asked if he had removed all the fat, Zarkin stated that he had and that he was “going to add it to his penis.” Zarkin then went and carved his initials, “AZ,” into the woman’s abdomen because he claimed he did a good job in the surgery.

Photo: BBC News

In 1996, while treating a patient at his office, Zarkin told the patient that she was special and that she was beautiful. He said that he talked about her to all of his friends. He then proceeded to call the patient at home and invited her to a wedding with him. During one of her annual visits with Zarkin, he told her he had received an eye lift and commented, “Between the eye job and the Viagra, I’m a sex stud. Can you believe that I did it three times in one night?”

Zarkin also commented about the woman’s pubic hair and told her, “like your Mohawk.”

The New York Times reported in the article, How Doctor Got Work After Carving Into Patient (01/27/00), that a patient who contacted them, who insisted that her name not be used, said that Zarkin made increasingly lewd remarks to her over three years, leading her to file a complaint with the state.
Besides making crass sex jokes, she said, Dr. Zarkin commented that she was ”beautiful” and his ”favorite patient.” She filed a complaint with the Department of Health, she said, when the doctor told her he was taking Viagra three times per day and masturbating in the shower.

In February of 2000, the New York Department of Health closed the Choices Women’s Medical Center abortion clinic where Zarkin worked detailing numerous health violations. Zarkin was brought on staff there by clinic administrator, Merle Hoffman who claimed that she was unaware of Zarkin’s checkered past.

The New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct agreed with Zarkin that he could not successfully defend against at least one of the charges of gross negligence; negligence on more than one occasion; verbally or physically abusing a patient; conduct which evidences moral unfitness; practicing medicine while impaired and having a psychiatric condition which impairs his ability to practice medicine. On February 2,2000 Zarkin surrendered his medical license.

Read the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct’s findings here.
Read the 01/00 NewYork Times article, How Doctor got to Work after Carving into Patient, here

Abortionist has sex with depressed patient

The Times Union, (DA investigates doctor’s conduct: 9/17/2005)reported that abortionist Dr. Akiva Abraham’s license was revoked on Aug. 2. Medical Board records show that Abraham, was accused of having sex with a 25 year-old patient suffering from anxiety and depression on the same day he was slated to do an abortion on her.

The State of New York, Department of Health records on file with the New York Board of Professional Misconduct and Physician Discipline, report that on March Abraham administered Methrotrexate , an abortion drug to the patient to terminate the pregnancy. On March 13, 2002, he administered Cytotec to assist in the abortion and bring on labor. On that same day, while at her apartment and subsequent to administering pain medication to the women, he had sex with her.

The Times Union reported that, after learning she had slept with another man, he once “grabbed her by her hair and threw her onto her bed and then had sexual intercourse against her wishes,” the board stated.

The paper also reported that Abraham allegedly had sex with his patient in an on-call room for doctors at St. Peter’s Hospital. It also accused him of inducing another woman’s labor so her delivery wouldn’t disrupt his vacation plans.

After the Times Union wrote about the state charges against Abraham in late July, several dozen women wrote and called the newspaper to tell of their experiences. Most said they were dissatisfied with his care or that his behavior made them uncomfortable.

Several confirmed the state’s finding that Abraham would regularly hug his patients and make suggestive remarks to them.

“I was always very uneasy with the way he flirted and would embrace me on every visit,” one woman wrote in an e-mail.

The state found that Abraham also falsified medical records for several patients, failed to maintain accurate records and misrepresented his professional memberships on his Web site.

In April of 2007, the Board for Professional Medical Conduct found the 40-year-old doctor morally unfit to practice medicine. Abraham’s attorney, James Hacker, disputed the state’s findings.

As of that date officials at St. Peter’s Hospital say Abraham is no longer an active member of its staff.

Planned Parenthood’s Corporate Carnage

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