Florida abortionist Walker L. Whaley died on May 31, 2012, at the age of 64. Walker had a 34-year history of aborting babies, as a circuit riding abortionist he was traveling around Florida working for such notorious abortionists as James Scott Pendergraft and Gary Dresden, who both own well-known chains of abortion clinics in a state with more than its share of abortion businesses. At one point, his medical license was suspended indefinitely, and with good cause:
Sulenger investigated Whaley’s history and found all sorts of sorted details on Walker Lanier Whaley:
Whaley graduated from the Medical College of Georgia in 1974, but, like most abortionists, he did not seem to be particularly good at his new profession. Whaley was sued for malpractice over a complicated delivery in 1981 that ended in a brain-damaged baby. (Duval County Circuit Court Case #84-10676.) He turned his practice to primarily providing abortions.
Court records show that in 1983, Whaley found trouble with the law when he was arrested for manufacturing cocaine in his basement with the aid of his brother, Jonathan. Money problems followed. In 1984, his first wife, Terri, divorced him and his medical license was suspended indefinitely.
Whaley was released from Federal Prison on April 5, 1988, but any efforts to reform him had failed.
In 1993, his home went into foreclosure and he defaulted on a car loan. He owed nearly $47,000 in unpaid Federal taxes. Creditors lined up to sue him, a trend that continued until his death.
He faced multiple income tax leins. He was sued for malpractice.
In 2009, he was evicted from a Jacksonville business office where he and another doctor operated a “weight loss clinic.” He and his partner were sued for over $26,000 in back rent.
A 2009, Florida Medical Board filed an Administrative Complaint against Whaley recommended suspension or revocation of his medical license after he was caught self-administrating controlled substances for which he had no valid prescription. Police had discovered his use of illicit drugs when they served a search warrant on his home seeking evidence in a fraudulent prescription investigation. According to Forerunner, The Florida Board of Medical Examiners recommended suspension and probation due to Whaley’s 1984 conviction on conspiracy to manufacture cocaine. It ordered his medical license to be suspended for three years or until completion of the federal sentence, whichever was longer, with reinstatement of his license granted only under stipulations. Whaley, his brother, and the brother’s female roommate reportedly were discovered by DEA agents in a drug laboratory in Whaley’s basement.
The following year on February 26, 2010, Whaley was arrested and jailed on five counts of firearms violations. The charges indicated that he was in illegal possession of firearms as a convicted felon and was subject to a Domestic Violence Injunction at the time of his arrest. Remarkably, while convicted, he served only one day in jail.
NOTE: Much information was gathered from volumes of documents on-line at http://www.duvalclerk.com/oncoreweb/ and https://showcase.duvalclerk.com/Login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fDefault.aspx. Search Walker Whaley to access. Walker L. Whaley, M.D., 51 FR 15556
According to a report on pro-choice violence: Abortionist Walker L. Whaley attended the birth of Chad Nolan on December 14, 1981. He allowedfetal distress and tachycardia to continue for three hours, administered narcotic drugs which crossed the placenta to the unborn child, and failed to perform a C-section, resulting in the infant suffering a seizuredisorder.The Florida Board of Medical Examiners recommended suspension and probation due to Whaley’s1984 conviction on conspiracy to manufacture cocaine. It ordered his medical license to be suspendedfor three years or until completion of the federal sentence, whichever was longer, with reinstatement of his license granted only under stipulations. Whaley, his brother, and the brother’s female roommatereportedly were discovered by DEA agents in a drug laboratory in Whaley’s basement.