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Ambulance removes woman from Mississippi’s last ‎abortion‬ clinic recently glorified by ABC’s Nightline

Posted in 911 calls, abortion clinic safety, Abortion Clinic Worders, abortion complication, abortion injury, Abortion Regulation, abortionist with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 8, 2013 by saynsumthn

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An ambulance arrived at the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the only abortion clinic in Mississippi, at about 12:20 p.m. on Wednesday, August 7, and transported a female patient who emerged from the clinic in Mississippi on a gurney. The pale-skinned, brown-haired woman was covered head to toe with a blanket.

Activists from Pro-Life Mississippi photographed the incident. Those photos and a brief video taken at the scene were provided to Operation Rescue.

According to the Clarion Ledger, Around 12:20 p.m. on Wednesday an ambulance was called to the state’s only abortion clinic.

“We understand that a female patient was taken by ambulance to UMC,” said Dana Chisholm, president of Pro Life Mississippi.

The clinic is currently in the midst of a lawsuit fighting the Magnolia State’s law that says abortion clinics can employ only physicians with local hospital admitting privileges.

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Read more at Operation Rescue here

Pro-Life Mississippi reports that the abortionist on duty was Bruce Elliot Norman, an employee of abortion clinic owner Diane Derzis. Norman has no hospital privileges in Mississippi or in Alabama, where he also aborts babies at another abortion clinic owned by Derzis.

The Mississippi abortion clinic is owned by Diane Derzis, who also owns a clinic in Alabama.

A combination of shady practices, injured patients, and building code violations resulted in the culmination of a 76 page deficiency report filed by the Alabama Department of Public Health against (Birmingham, Ala.) New Woman All Women abortion clinic in March 2012.

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According to Operation Rescue, Last year, three women who were subjected to abortions by Norman at Derzis’ Birmingham abortion clinic were hospitalized due to abortion complications at New Woman All Women. The ADPH inspected the clinic and discovered 76-pages of health and safety code deficiencies. The clinic was forced to close after the ADPH and Derzis agreed to a consent order that banned Derzis from having anything to do with any future abortion clinic or from hiring Norman to do abortions. After two failed attempts to relicense the clinic, Derzis and Norman reopened the clinic without licensure and have been operating illegally as a “doctor’s office” whose only “service” is abortions.

VID: Jackson Womens Health Organization Abortion Clinic Owner Diane Derzis’ idea of “Fine” : 2 patients overdosed ! Welcome to “safe abortion”

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ABC’s Nightline recently did a glorified report on the abortion clinic – watch here

Has abortion clinic owner Diane Derzis hit Squash Blossom? #‎ShutDerzisDown‬

Posted in abortionist, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , on August 1, 2013 by saynsumthn

What is that necklace abortion clinic owner Diane Derzis is wearing? A google search reveals it is a Squash Blossom necklace and they are not cheap! (google it to see for yourself)

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According to this website it is a Squash Blossom Necklace:

Squash Blossom Necklaces were first seen in Navajo jewelry around the turn of the 1900’s. The squash blossom design represents a pomegranate flower and sometimes a corn flower. These are symbols of prosperity… symbols of life itself. The inverted crescent design at the bottom of the squash blossom necklace is called a Naja by the Navajo people…The embellishment of turquoise to the Naja and to the Squash Blossom design is a Zuni influence.

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and According to the website Cherokee Art:

is supposed to be a highly-valuable and superstitious item that has been worn for generations to protect its wearer. Influenced by Spanish colonists, many examples of squash blossom necklace, have a Naja crescent which has sacred meanings for the Spanish Catholics, but is mostly just decorative for Navajo and Zuni people.
The popularity of the squash blossom necklace reached a peak in the 1960s and 1970s, when demand outstripped supply so much that some items of this wonderful turquoise jewellery sold for much higher values than they would reach today, as well as some manufacturing standards suffering. The most valuable pieces are from the late nineteenth and very early twentieth century.

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What is funny is that this website (here) says that Squash Blossoms are a symbol of fertility- and the book The American Indian says the Peublos also saw Squash Blossoms as a sign of fertility and has been associated with the necklace.

This website (here) says, The inverted crescent pendant on squash-blossom necklaces, called the ‘Naja’ by the Navajo, is found in various design forms throughout the world cultures. As a crescent, this form goes back as far as the Paleolithic period. It is mentioned in the book of Judges as an ornament worn around the necks of camels. In the Phoenician culture, Astarte was the goddess of fertility and she was represented by the inverted crescent as well. As pendants, the inverted crescent has also been found in ancient Roman, and Crete artifacts.

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Diane Derzis owner of the Mississippi Jackson Womens Health Organization abortion clinic also runs a shoddy abortion clinic in Alabama.

A combination of shady practices, injured patients, and building code violations resulted in the culmination of a 76 page deficiency report filed by the Alabama Department of Public Health against (Birmingham, Ala.) New Woman All Women abortion clinic in March 2012. ( Reports Life Legal Defense Foundation)

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The report ultimately led to the revocation of clinic owner, Diane Derzis’, license to operate the facility and in May 2012 the abortion clinic was closed down. Ms. Derzis teamed up with long time friend Kelley Rainwater to strike a deal that would allow Rainwater to serve as a straw person running the clinic for Derzis. But….on February 8, 2013, the ADPH confirmed that Ms. Rainwater’s application was denied.

Derzies is fighting to stay open at her abortion clinic in Mississippi which is being defended by pro-abortion groups despite the conditions of her clinic in Alabama. She has also been granted a pass by a judge in the closing of her Alabama abortion clinic.

Jackson Womens Health Organization Abortion Clinic Owner Diane Derzis’ idea of “Fine” : 2 patients overdosed ! Welcome to “safe abortion”

According to Operation Rescue, Derzis’ abortion clinic in Jackson, Mississippi, is run the same way as her now condemned Alabama abortion business. In fact, it employs some of the same abortionists, including Bruce Elliott Norman, who was the abortionist on duty at NWAW that day in January when three of his abortion patients were hospitalized with complications arising from violations in the standard of care. Two women were overdosed on an IV drug, and another woman landed in the ICU with heavy bleeding after she was left unmonitored while being dosed with a strong medication that causes powerful uterine contractions.


According to Forerunner:

Diane Derzis, operator of Birmingham’s Summit House abortuary, owns a century-old five-story house which reputedly is the former property of a witch. The home has at least three gravestones in the front yard. The back porch is decorated with witchcraft paraphernalia associated with worship of the goddess Diana. Derzis’ home is close to the summit of a mountain which displays Birmingham’s huge iron statue of Vulcan, the Roman god of the underworld.

Is Diane Derzis a practicing witch who worships Diana and sees abortion as a holy ritual? We spoke with Diane at her house at the summit of the mountain in Birmingham. She denied that she had any connection to Wicca. “Whoever told you that is filling your head with nonsense,” she stated.

However, a taped interview with her security guard a few minutes before told another story. The following are statements of a young man who claimed to be her security guard, but who did not give his name: “[Diane] said that the house was built in 1916; it’s built on a graveyard and a witch used to own the house. She said that there were seven graves in this yard, but I’ve only found three. There are three headstones in there.”

Ms. Derzis’ security guard gave us a short tour of the yard. One headstone was clearly engraved with the name “Lietch.” The house is listed as a historical house of Jefferson county which bears the marker: “C.H. Wiley House, 1916.”

When we approached Diane again for photos, she brazenly posed for us in front of Summit House abortion clinic, but then filed a complaint with an on duty police officer claiming that we had been stalking her. Birmingham’s police dismissed this possibility after a few minutes of questioning.

State seeks shutdown of “unlicensed abortion clinic” in Birmingham

Posted in Abortion Clinic Inspections, Abortion Clinic Worders, abortion complication, Abortion Regulation, abortionist with tags , , , , , on March 26, 2013 by saynsumthn

State seeks shutdown of “unlicensed abortion clinic” in Birmingham
By Mike Oliver on March 26, 2013 at 3:35 PM, updated March 26, 2013 at 4:43 PM

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. –The Alabama Department of Public Health today filed a civill complaint in Jefferson County Circuit court seeking to stop the operation of what it says is an unlicensed abortion clinic in Birmingham.

The complaint states that New Woman All Women Health Care on the Southside does not have a license yet it is offering abortions provided by Dr. Bruce Norman.
The state announced last week it was investigating allegations the clinic was performing abortions without a license. The Clinic surrendered its license last year after the health department found problems including two cases where patients were given an overdose of a drug and had to be transported to the hospital.

The clinic “is holding itself as an abortion provider through advertising and offering abortion services to the public without a license,” the complaint states.
Brian Hale, deputy general counsel for the state health department, said the state first learned of abortions advertised on the New Woman All Women website and launched an investigation in February after developing information Norman was performing abortions.

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Named as defendants besides Norman are Dipat LLC, Diane W. Derzis, Patrick H. Smith and All Women’s Inc. doing business as New Woman All Women.

Hale said Derzis and Smith are partners in Dipat, which owns the real estate, and are partners in the business All Women’s Inc..

In a consent decree last year, Derzis surrendered the license to perform abortions after revocations proceedings began.

A woman answering the phone this afternoon at the clinic advertised on New Woman All Women website took a message for Norman but said Derzis “doesn’t have anything to do with us.”

See the complaint here.

Alabama abortion clinic cannot re-open

Posted in Abortion clinic closed by state, Abortion Clinic Inspections, abortion clinic safety, abortionist with tags , , , on February 12, 2013 by saynsumthn

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A combination of shady practices, injured patients, and building code violations resulted in the culmination of a 76 page deficiency report filed by the Alabama Department of Public Health against (Birmingham, Ala.) New Woman All Women abortion clinic in March 2012. ( Reports Life Legal Defense Foundation)

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The report ultimately led to the revocation of clinic owner, Diane Derzis’, license to operate the facility and in May 2012 the abortion clinic was closed down. Ms. Derzis teamed up with long time friend Kelley Rainwater to strike a deal that would allow Rainwater to serve as a straw person running the clinic for Derzis. But….on February 8, 2013, the ADPH confirmed that Ms. Rainwater’s application was denied.

Derzies is fighting to stay open at her abortion clinic in Mississippi which is being defended by pro-abortion groups despite the conditions of her clinic in Alabama.

Abortion Clinic Owner Diane Derzis’ idea of “Fine” : 2 patients overdosed ! Welcome to “safe abortion”

Posted in 911 calls, Abortion clinic closed by state, Abortion Clinic Inspections, abortion clinic safety, Abortion Clinic Worders, abortion complication, abortion injury, Abortion Regulation, abortionist with tags , , , , , , , , , on April 24, 2012 by saynsumthn

Read the New Women All Women 76 page deficiency report by the Alabama Health Department here

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