Voice of John, nurse tells of how she held baby after his abortion


In 1977, a young nurse was working in an obstetrics unit of a major veteran’s hospital, stumbled upon a LIVE baby, placed in a “dirty utility room,” left to die! What she did not realize is that Roe vs. Wade had just been passed by the U.S. Supreme Court and this atrocity was indeed legal!

The staff in the facility reprimanded her as she tried to explain that a baby was alive and placed on a cold metal table and left to die!

Against their instruction, she held that baby in her arms and listened to his soft whimpering cries for survival. She held the child, baptized him, and said, “I name you John, and I will tell the world what I saw here today. I will be your voice!”

Thirty-five years later, Maryann Lawhon will hold true to her promise as River Song Productions presents…”The Voice of John.”Over 53,000,000 innocent Americans have lost their lives since 1973. These deaths were not from a global war or dreaded plague. This is the number of American children who have been murdered since 1973 thru legalized abortion.
The Voice of John is a documentary exposing the truths about abortion and the pro-choice laws that allow this to continue.

River-Song Productions (RSP) presents The Voice of John, in an attempt to expose the real truth about the abortion industry. We will reveal the atrocities associated with the culture of death created by the unregulated abortion industry that has never been addressed by the liberal media in America.

This documentary will provide a forensic view into the Pro-Life movement from 1973 to date. RSP will show America the real truth regarding abortion and euthanasia from the perspective of those who know it best; the doctors, nurses, clergy, scientists and politicians who are responsible for this ruling as well as those who oppose it.

You will hear testimony from those who regret their abortion, abortion survivors, former abortionists and even those who were responsible for the testimony given to the U.S. Supreme Court before the court ruled on the landmark decision of Roe vs. Wade.


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