Pro-lifers accuse abortion worker of assault outside Indiana clinic where doc awaits charges
Police were called to an Indiana abortion clinic by pro-lifers who claim a clinic employee assaulted them.
The clinic appears to be the same location where the abortionist has been charged with a misdemeanor for failing to timely report an abortion he provided to a 13-year-old girl in South Bend in 2013.
The video shows the conversation between the accused abortion clinic staff member who tells a police officer, “I work here.”
The police officer speaks to the alleged pro-choice assaulter outside The Women’s Pavilion abortion clinic in South Bend and explains that just touching the pro-lifer is an assault, “Putting your hands on somebody whether its on public or private property is assault,” the officer states.
there does not appear to be any arrest.
In March of 2014, Detectives from the St. Joseph County Special Victims unit served a search warrant at the same South Bend clinic.
It is operated by abortion doctor Ulrich “George” Klopfer who provides abortions and other services.
Detectives took files and other paperwork from Klopfer’s office at the Women’s Pavilion on Ironwood Drive, prosecutor’s office spokeswoman Jessica McBrier confirmed. They returned the original paperwork on Thursday after they made copies for investigation records.
McBrier said the search warrant was served as part of an ongoing investigation into Klopfer based on complaints and accompanying paperwork from St. Joseph County Right To Life Program Director Jeanette Burdell.
The complaints include documentation of delayed reporting of an abortion performed on a 13-year-old girl in 2013 and alleged errors and omissions in terminated pregnancy reports filed with the Indiana State Department of Health, among other things, said Burdell.
On Sept. 17, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller filed complaints with the Indiana Medical Licensing Board against Klopfer and three other doctors who perform abortions in Indiana and asked for a hearing to be scheduled.
Klopfer is accused of consistently submitting incomplete, inaccurate and late documentation of the abortion procedures he performs.
His alleged violations total 1,833, and are based on complaints brought to the AG’s Office by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency.
Additionally, Klopfer faces criminal misdemeanor charges in Lake and St. Joseph counties for similar alleged violations involving abortions performed on 13-year-old patients.
The AG’s Office has also filed administrative licensing complaints against Dr. Resad Pasic, Dr. Kathleen Glover and Dr. Raymond Robinson, all of whom perform abortion procedures in Marion County and are in alleged violation of similar record-keeping and advice and consent laws regarding abortion procedures.
According to the Indiana Medical Licensing Board spokesman Nick Goodwin, the hearing is set for Dec. 4 in Indianapolis, but could change.
An organization in Texas has just published a report showing that abortion is being used to cover for child rape. You can read that report here.