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Abortion doc Patel bound for trial after arrest

Posted in Abortion on nonpregnant women, Abortion pill, Abortionist, Abortionist arrested with tags , , , , , , , , , , on June 11, 2015 by saynsumthn

An Oklahoma abortion doctor placed under arrest last year for selling abortions to non-pregnant women has been bound over to face trial.

Naresh Patel mug

According to News9:

    There is new information surrounding a metro abortion doctor accused of giving women abortion inducing drugs, even though they weren’t pregnant.

    Tuesday, Dr. Naresh Patel waived his right to a preliminary hearing, which means he’s now bound over for trial.

    The State Attorney General added a charge against Patel – Conspiracy to Commit a Felony.

    Court papers allege one victim, who was never pregnant, died of cervical cancer, just four months after Patel performed an abortion procedure on her.

    Several other women have since come forward with similar stories.

Watch news report below:

News9.com – Oklahoma City, OK – News, Weather, Video and Sports |

In early December, Patel was arrested after an undercover sting revealed that he was offering to perform abortions on women who were not pregnant.

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News reports indicate that undercover agents set up appointments with 62-year-old Nareshkumar Patel where they say he administered ultrasounds and pregnancy tests and then told them they were pregnant, when they weren’t.

Affidavit Patel

A copy of the probable cause affidavit against Patel has revealed what the sting uncovered.

According to the document, in June, a medical licensure investigator called Patel’s Oklahoma City abortion clinic, Outpatient Services for Women to schedule an abortion and was told it would cost $620.00. She then went to the clinic and gave them the cash for the abortion. Prior to her visit to the abortion clinic, she confirmed she was not pregnant. The investigator says that abortionist Patel gave her an ultrasound and told her she was “very, very pregnant,” giving her five RU486 abortion pills with instructions on how to take them. After her visit with Patel, she immediately left his clinic and went to another physician to confirm she was not pregnant. The entire interaction was caught on video and audio recordings.

Outpatient Services for women Patel

On October 13th, a female Oklahoma City Police Detective confirmed by a licensed physician that she was not pregnant. Then, three days later, the detective along with agents from the state’s Attorney General’s Office, went to Patel’s clinic for an abortion she had previously scheduled, wearing a recording device. She also paid Patel $620.00 for RU486 abortion pills and was given a receipt for her purchase. She was then taken to an exam room where Patel told her she was pregnant. The police detective, who used her own name for the appointment, was allegedly given an ultrasound and a urine test which Patel said came up positive for a pregnancy. Patel then gave her RU486 abortion pills with instructions. Immediately following her visit to the abortion clinic, the detective went to a medical facility which confirmed she was not pregnant.

On October 21st, a female Oklahoma Attorney General Agent scheduled an appointment for an abortion at Patel’s clinic which she recorded. That same day, the agent confirmed with a medical professional that she was not pregnant. The abortion appointment was scheduled for the following day. On October 22nd, the AG representative and other agents went to Patel’s Outpatient Services for Women abortion clinic and under the alias Elizabeth Fitzpatrick paid the receptionist $620.00 for the abortion procedure. The agent was not given a pregnancy test but was taken to an exam room where abortionist Patel asked her for the date of her last menstrual period. According to the agent, Patel performed an ultrasound and told her she was “early in her pregnancy.” He then gave the female agent five RU486 abortion pills with instructions on how to use them. As with the other investigators, the AG agent immediately went to a medical center for a second pregnancy test which turned up negative.

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As a result of the undercover stings, in early December, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt charged Dr. Naresh G. Patel with three counts of obtaining money under false pretense after improperly prescribing abortion-inducing drugs to patients he said were pregnant, but were not.

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Now, although his status is still showing “active,” the Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure, has indicated that Patel is not practicing medicine.

Vid shows NARAL’s hypocrisy on pro-life pregnancy centers

Posted in Abortion Consent form, Abortion on nonpregnant women, CPC, NARAL with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 14, 2015 by saynsumthn

NARAL has produced a vid accusing pro-life pregnancy centers of giving women alleged “false information” but they are hypocritical in their energy to oppose CPC’s when the abortion industry is filled with dangerous practices for women.

NARAL UC Berkley CPC

You know when you have hit a nerve when the LARGEST – I repeat the LARGEST abortion lobbying group in the nation NARAL has a full blown marketing scheme to slander pro-life pregnancy centers.

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Just listen to the way they present information in the video below.

They do not quote one single source of documentation to counter any of the points they claim pro-life pregnancy centers make about abortion.

NARAL CPC vid

They cleverly selected “random members of the public” on the campus of the most liberal college in America, UC Berkley, who – right on cue- act shocked at what they were hearing.

Those “randomly selected members of the public” never state their views on abortion first.

Even more suspicious is that no one seems to oppose NARAL.

Now, in a nation that is majority pro-life- does that sound like a true selection of “random” passers-by to you?

The truth is that pro-life pregnancy centers far outnumber abortion clinics, 3500 nationwide according to their own stats.

Pregnancy Centers are run by donations while abortion (for which NARAL works to further) is a for-profit business.

So, if NARAL wants to question the motives and or actions of pro-life pregnancy centers go for it.

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But, do not for one moment think that NARAL’s motives – which are of course abortion on demand for any reason and at any stage- are pure as the driven snow.

The video begins with NARAL asking their alleged random public this question:

Who do you think are the types of people who would work at Crisis Pregnancy Centers?” they ask.

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They quote no studies to show who works at pregnancy centers when they imply that medical professionals do not work at CPC’s.

But, even if that were true- pregnancy centers are NOT performing surgical procedures like – oh…say…Planned Parenthood and abortion clinics do.

But- when you try to inspect, regulate, or require abortion clinics to be operated by physicians, have the same standards as other surgical centers do, and be inspected at least once a year- NARAL fights it.

Point number two is that NARAL accuses pregnancy centers of claiming that “abortion is fatal.”

Wonder where a pregnancy center would get such an idea?

Perhaps they think of women like Tonya Reaves, Lakisha Wilson, Laura Hope Smith, Marla Cardomone and others now dead after their “safe and legal” abortions at clinics, Planned Parenthood centers, and even hospitals.

SafeandLegalabortion Marla Cardamone

Or…maybe they are referring to the unborn child who is left dead after the abortion.

According to NARAL death from legal abortion is a joke – because – and we all know the narrative “abortion is a safe and simple procedure.”

Really?

Then tell me NARAL why hasn’t that memo made it to the abortion clinics and Planned Parenthood centers who require women to sign an abortion “consent form” to waive her legal rights if she DIES from the abortion since it IS a possible complication?

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Potomic FP abortion consent

NARAL also asks their “random member of the public” on the most liberal campus, “have you personally ever seen something that wasn’t a baby but thought it was a baby?”

“Like maybe you saw a pile of jackets in a stroller and you thought maybe it was a little person?”

NARAL CPC vid baby

NARAL asks the question because they claim that a pregnancy center incorrectly told a woman that her IUD was a baby, and they are mocking such a wrong diagnosis.

But- they fail to point out the numerous times an abortionist has a misdiagnosis or botches an abortion endangering women.

Like those so-called “dreaded complications” where an abortionist misses the BABY altogether and the child is born alive!

And, all those other kinds of pesky abortion “complications” NARAL ignores:

    Students for Life of America has discovered that a lawsuit was filed against Planned Parenthood Metropolitan located in Washington, D.C. on February 12, 2008.

    Emma Jean Butler is suing Planned Parenthood for $50 million dollars in damages. Butler took her daughter to the D.C. Planned Parenthood on September 7, 2006 to abort a child conceived in rape. During the abortion, the young girl sustained severe abdominal bleeding, severe vaginal injury, severe injury to the cervix, significant uterine perforation, and a small bowel tear. In addition, parts of the child were found inside young girl’s abdomen on September 8, 2006. Because of these injuries, the young girl will be infertile for the rest of her life.

    Planned Parenthood Metropolitan has denied the injuries suffered and the infertility of the young girl. In addition, they state in their answer that Butler’s claims are barred by the doctrines of informed consent and assumption of risk.

When a woman dies or is injured by abortion – its just a “complication of surgery” to abortion advocates….

And, as long as we are talking about those misdiagnoses – what about the woman who isn’t pregnant and the FOR PROFIT abortion clinic says she is?

Is NARAL speaking out about that?

NO WAY!

In that instance the woman is often put under anesthesia to have risky SURGERY performed one her!

But hey….nothing to see here….move along…we must send NARAL undercovers into the pregnancy centers that DON’T do surgery and where women NEVER die rather than dangerous abortion clinics.

Lest you think this type of misdiagnosis never happens? Think again:

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In early December, an Oklahoma abortion doctor was arrested after an undercover sting revealed that he was offering to perform abortions on women who were not pregnant.

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News reports indicated at that time that undercover agents set up appointments with the 62-year-old abortionist where they say he administered ultrasounds and pregnancy tests and then told them they were pregnant, when they weren’t.

Funny I do not see a video by NARAL about the risk of abortion, the women who die now from legal abortion, the Gosnells and the Steven Chase Brighams and others who are shut down by health officials the numerous ambulance calls because of abortion complications, and on and on the list goes?

Wonder why?

Because, NARAL’s sole reason for existence is to advocate FOR abortion and they cannot do that if women have the legitimate “choice” to visit a pregnancy centers and receive FREE – yes FREE help!

Because….abortion has never been about CHOICE $$$ !!

In conclusion, I must say that for NARAL to send undercover supporters into pro-life pregnancy centers they must have a lot of time on their hands.

I mean…come NARAL, get a life already. (No pun intended.)

Undercover abortion stings reveal repeated deception by arrested doc

Posted in Abortion on nonpregnant women, Abortionist arrested, Abortionist Investigated, Abortionist loses medical license, Abortionist Under Investigation with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on December 31, 2014 by saynsumthn

In early December, an Oklahoma abortion doctor was arrested after an undercover sting revealed that he was offering to perform abortions on women who were not pregnant.

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News reports indicate that undercover agents set up appointments with 62-year-old Nareshkumar Patel where they say he administered ultrasounds and pregnancy tests and then told them they were pregnant, when they weren’t.

Affidavit Patel

A copy of the probable cause affidavit against Patel has revealed what the sting uncovered.

According to the document, in June, a medical licensure investigator called Patel’s Oklahoma City abortion clinic, Outpatient Services for Women to schedule an abortion and was told it would cost $620.00. She then went to the clinic and gave them the cash for the abortion. Prior to her visit to the abortion clinic, she confirmed she was not pregnant. The investigator says that abortionist Patel gave her an ultrasound and told her she was “very, very pregnant,” giving her five RU486 abortion pills with instructions on how to take them. After her visit with Patel, she immediately left his clinic and went to another physician to confirm she was not pregnant. The entire interaction was caught on video and audio recordings.

Outpatient Services for women Patel

On October 13th, a female Oklahoma City Police Detective confirmed by a licensed physician that she was not pregnant. Then, three days later, the detective along with agents from the state’s Attorney General’s Office, went to Patel’s clinic for an abortion she had previously scheduled, wearing a recording device. She also paid Patel $620.00 for RU486 abortion pills and was given a receipt for her purchase. She was then taken to an exam room where Patel told her she was pregnant. The police detective, who used her own name for the appointment, was allegedly given an ultrasound and a urine test which Patel said came up positive for a pregnancy. Patel then gave her RU486 abortion pills with instructions. Immediately following her visit to the abortion clinic, the detective went to a medical facility which confirmed she was not pregnant.

On October 21st, a female Oklahoma Attorney General Agent scheduled an appointment for an abortion at Patel’s clinic which she recorded. That same day, the agent confirmed with a medical professional that she was not pregnant. The abortion appointment was scheduled for the following day. On October 22nd, the AG representative and other agents went to Patel’s Outpatient Services for Women abortion clinic and under the alias Elizabeth Fitzpatrick paid the receptionist $620.00 for the abortion procedure. The agent was not given a pregnancy test but was taken to an exam room where abortionist Patel asked her for the date of her last menstrual period. According to the agent, Patel performed an ultrasound and told her she was “early in her pregnancy.” He then gave the female agent five RU486 abortion pills with instructions on how to use them. As with the other investigators, the AG agent immediately went to a medical center for a second pregnancy test which turned up negative.

As a result of the undercover stings, in early December, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt charged Dr. Naresh G. Patel with three counts of obtaining money under false pretense after improperly prescribing abortion-inducing drugs to patients he said were pregnant, but were not.

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Patel was later placed under arrest and is currently not practicing medicine , pending an investigation by the state’s medical board.

A court date is pending but has not been set in the abortion doctor’s fraud case.