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AG investigates Delaware abortion clinic with connections to Philadelphia abortionist now charged with 8 counts of murder

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AG Beau Biden launches probe into abortion doctor’s work in Delaware
By SEAN O’SULLIVAN • The News Journal • January 28, 2011

WILMINGTON — Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden said Thursday his office has launched a “wide-ranging” investigation of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell — who is facing murder charges in Philadelphia — to see if he broke any state laws or regulations when he was working at the Atlantic Women’s Medical Services clinic in Wilmington.

“Like most of us, I’m disturbed by the allegations that were handed up by the grand jury in Philadelphia,” said Biden, referring to a 261-page report released last week by Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams.

Biden said his office and Delaware regulators have met with Philadelphia prosecutors to determine if there were any criminal acts or regulatory infractions committed by Gosnell, or those associated with him, in Delaware.

“It is under way and has been under way,” Biden said, adding the probe dates back to at least March 2010, when Gosnell’s license to practice medicine in Delaware was suspended in the wake of a raid on his West Philadelphia clinic.

Gosnell worked at Atlantic at least one day a week for years, likely right up until his license was suspended, according to the report and Philadelphia prosecutors.

Biden’s comments came following a news conference Thursday by Delaware Right to Life outside Atlantic Women’s Medical Services on Baynard Boulevard to call for an inquiry.
James Haley Jr., a member of Delaware Right to Life and a criminal defense attorney, said there is “probable cause” in the Philadelphia grand jury report to launch a criminal inquiry in Delaware.

Delaware Right to Life President Nicole Collins called on state regulators to make sure Atlantic and the state’s other two abortion clinics are meeting safety and sanitation standards. She said she was pleased state prosecutors are looking into the situation.

“I’m very, very glad to hear they are moving forward and they are investigating,” she said.

Biden declined to say directly if the investigation is scrutinizing practices at Atlantic but said his office is “looking at a range of issues.” Biden said people in his office are concerned by things related to Delaware in the Philadelphia grand jury report, “and we want to get to the bottom of it.”

Last week, Gosnell, 69, was arrested and charged with murder in the deaths of seven infants who had allegedly been delivered alive at Gosnell’s Women’s Medical Society clinic and were killed by Gosnell or a staffer with scissors. Philadelphia prosecutors also charged Gosnell and two clinic staffers with ties to Delaware in the 2009 death of a patient who court papers allege was over-sedated and died following an abortion at Gosnell’s clinic.

Calls to Atlantic Women’s Medical Services — which appeared closed Thursday because of the snow — have been referred to Philadelphia attorney Nino V. Tinari, who has been unavailable for comment since last week.

Because Gosnell has been charged with the murder of “Baby Boy A,” a child delivered by a woman who first consulted with Gosnell at the Delaware clinic, there could be a charge of accessory to murder, Haley said.

According to the grand jury report, in 2008, a teenager’s great aunt paid Gosnell $2,500 in cash at Atlantic for a late-term abortion that could not be performed in Delaware.
Gosnell started the abortion by administering labor-inducing drugs at Atlantic with instructions the teenager be taken to the Philadelphia clinic the next day to complete the procedure, the report says.

When Baby Boy A was delivered the next day, according to the report, he was alive until Gosnell slit the boy’s spinal cord.

The report indicated the child was likely too far along for a late-term abortion under Pennsylvania law. In Delaware, late-term abortions are illegal after 20 weeks. In Pennsylvania, the cutoff is 24 weeks.

Haley noted the grand jury report claims Gosnell defrauded the Delaware Pro-Choice Medical Fund, an organization that provides financial assistance to women seeking abortions in Delaware.

According to the report, Gosnell would routinely have his staff change the addresses of Philadelphia patients to indicate they lived in Delaware and were eligible to have their abortions paid for by the fund.

Officials with the fund could not be reached for comment Thursday.

Abortion Clinic Last Inspected In 1993 DA: ‘Thousands’ Of Babies Likely Met Demise There

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DA: Oversight failure enabled Philly abortion mill
Jan. 20, 2011, 10:24 a.m. PST
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A filthy abortion mill where prosecutors say babies were delivered alive and killed with scissors would have been shut down long ago if not for extraordinary failures by state regulators, who had not inspected it since 1993, a grand jury report charges.

Dr. Kermit Gosnell, 69, a family practice physician with no certification in gynecology or obstetrics, was arraigned Thursday on eight counts of murder in the deaths of seven babies and one patient. Nine employees also were arraigned, including four with murder.

Gosnell, wearing a green dress shirt, asked in court that seven of the murder charges be explained and raised his eyebrows as Magistrate Jane Rice detailed the allegations of the baby deaths.

In its report, the grand jury said failures of the Pennsylvania Department of Health and other agencies allowed Gosnell’s “house of horrors” to persist for decades, with baby body parts on the shelves and clogging the plumbing, a 15-year-old high school student performing intravenous anesthesia, and Gosnell’s wife, a cosmetologist, performing late-term procedures.

“Had state and local officials performed their duties properly, Gosnell’s clinic would have been shut down decades ago,” the grand jury wrote. “If inspectors had looked solely for violations of Pennsylvania’s abortion regulations, there would have been ample grounds to revoke the approval of Gosnell’s clinic as an abortion provider — as was demonstrated when DOH inspectors finally entered the facility in February 2010.”

Complaints about Gosnell to state regulators went nowhere, even though 46 lawsuits had been filed against him. State officials, who arrived to testify with lawyers in tow, “enraged” the grand jury, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams said. Williams said he was “disgusted” by the lack of oversight but could find no criminal charges with which to charge them, in part because of the time that had elapsed.

State officials, including at the Health Department, have not commented despite repeated requests.

Williams accused state officials of neglecting the safety of abortion seekers not by accident, but “by design.”

“State officials knew that Gosnell and his clinic were offering unacceptable medical care to women and girls, yet DOH failed to take any action to stop the atrocities documented by this Grand Jury,” the report said.

Lawyer William J. Brennan, who represented Gosnell during the investigation, noted that the doctor served patients in a low-income city neighborhood for decades.
“Obviously, these allegations are very, very serious,” Brennan said.

The state health department first gave the “Women’s Medical Society” a one-year license when it opened in 1979, when a certified obstetrician/gynecologist and nurses were listed as employees. The state approval expired in 1980, but the next site review did not come until 1989.

By then, Gosnell was the only doctor on site, and the clinic had no nurses and no outside lab work being done. Promises were made to improve the failings, and the state renewed its approval. In 1992, a visit showed there were still no nurses or ob-gyn, and nothing suggests the state inspectors checked any patient files. The inspectors left blank the sections on who was providing anesthesia and post-operative care. They they concluded there were “no deficiencies.”

The final inspection came in April 1993, four years after Gosnell had promised to hire nurses. There were none. The state cited Gosnell for expired medications and missing lab work but said they had been remedied — though there was no follow-up inspection — three months later.

The state’s reluctance to investigate, under several administrations, may stem partly from the sensitivity of the abortion debate, Williams said. Nonetheless, he called Gosnell’s case a clear case of murder.

“Pennsylvania is not a third-world country. There were several oversight agencies that stumbled upon and should have shut down Kermit Gosnell long ago.”
But none of them did, even after the death of a 41-year-old mother of three in 2009, city prosecutors charged.

Williams accused state health officials of “utter disregard” for Gosnell’s patients, who were mostly poor minority women such as Karnamaya Mongar, who died at the clinic after being given to much Demerol and other drugs in November 2009, prosecutors said.

Early last year, authorities raided Gosnell’s clinic in search of controlled drug violations, but instead stumbled upon a stench-filled clinic with bags and bottles of aborted fetuses scattered throughout the building.

Gosnell also kept jars of severed feet on his shelves, Williams said. Gosnell also had a taste for macabre jokes, once muttering that a nearly six-pound baby born alive to a 17-year-old who was 7 1/2 months pregnant could “walk me to the bus stop,” the report said.

Under Pennsylvania law, abortions are illegal after 24 weeks of pregnancy, or just under six months, and most doctors won’t perform them after 20 weeks because of the risks, prosecutors said.

In a typical late-term abortion, the fetus is dismembered in the uterus and then removed in pieces. That is more common than the procedure opponents call “partial-birth abortion,” in which the fetus is partially extracted before being destroyed.

Gosnell typically worked weeknights, arriving hours after his unskilled staff administered anesthesia and drugs to induce labor. He then “forced the live birth of viable babies in the sixth, seventh, eighth month of pregnancy and then killed those babies by cutting into the back of the neck with scissors and severing their spinal cord,” Williams said.

In addition to the Mongar and another woman who died, scores more were injured from perforated bowels, cervixes and uteruses, authorities said.

Women came from across the city, state and mid-Atlantic region for the illegal late-term procedures, authorities said. He didn’t advertise, but word got around. They paid $325 for first-trimester abortions and $1,600 to $3,000 for abortions up to 30 weeks. The clinic took in up to $15,000 a day, authorities said.

White women from the suburbs were ushered into a separate, slightly cleaner area because Gosnell believed they were more likely to file complaints, Williams said.

Few if any of the unconscious patients knew their babies had been born alive and then killed, prosecutors said. Many were first-time mothers who were told they were 24 weeks pregnant, even if they were much further along, authorities said.

The grand jury spent a year investigating Gosnell’s practice. According to the report, Gosnell had no nurses on hand to monitor the women’s medication or recovery, no hospital on standby for emergencies and few if any medical records because Gosnell destroyed them. His staff testified about “scores of gruesome killings” of infants born alive.
“These killings became so routine that no one could put an exact number on them,” the grand jury report said.

Authorities charged that Gosnell deliberately hired unqualified staff so he could pay them low wages. He sent his six children to private schools — one is now a doctor and another a professor — and has a beach house at the New Jersey shore, prosecutors said.

Gosnell was denied bail, and his next court appearance was set for February.
Bail was also denied for four other defendants charged with murder: Lynda Williams, Sherry West, Adrienne Moton and Steven Massof. Other charges against clinic employees include counspiracy and drug counts.

Gosnell’s wife, Pearl, was ordered held on $1 million bail; she is accused of conspiracy and performing extremely late-term procedures on Sundays when the clinic was otherwise closed.
Williams, a Democrat, released the report a day after Republican Gov. Tom Corbett succeeded Gov. Ed Rendell, a Democrat. Spokesman Kevin Harley pledged Corbett’s administration would do more to oversee such clinics.

Gosnell earned his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia and is board certified in family practice. He started, but did not finish, a residency in obstetrics-gynecology, authorities said.

For more details read: Abortionist arrested and charged with 8 counts of murder

Abortionist arrested and charged with 8 counts of murder

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Inside the ‘baby charnel house’
By DANA DiFILIPPO
Philadelphia Daily News

The grand jury called it “a baby charnel house.”

For more than 30 years, Kermit Gosnell ran an abortion clinic in West Philadelphia that was the “go-to” place for women wanting illegal late-term abortions or for people seeking no-questions-asked prescription drugs, according to a grand jury.

Here are some highlights from the jury’s report:
* Gosnell performed thousands of abortions at his Women’s Medical Society at 38th Street and Lancaster Avenue, even though he was a family practitioner never certified as an obstetrician or gynecologist. Gosnell was rarely present in the clinic, allowing his unlicensed, untrained staff to administer drugs and perform procedures.

* Gosnell routinely induced labor in patients in their second and third trimesters rather than perform risky late-term abortions. That sometimes resulted in live births. He and his staffers killed the babies by stabbing their necks with scissors to sever their spinal cords and sometimes suctioning their skulls, too. About a baby writhing as he cut its neck, Gosnell joked to a staffer: “That’s what you call a chicken with its head cut off.”

* Gosnell is accused of murder in the November 2009 death of Karnamaya Mongar, 41, who died a day after a staffer overdosed her with sedatives. Another woman, Semika Shaw, 22, died after Gosnell punctured her uterus and sent her home. Gosnell allegedly injured “scores” of others, leaving some sterile, perforating the bowels and uteruses of others. He frequently left fetal remains inside women, who then had to seek treatment elsewhere. * Gosnell and his staffers frequently left their patients unattended, so that the dead fetuses or live babies “fell out” wherever the patient was, often the bathroom. One clinic janitor told the grand jury that this happened so often that fetuses frequently clogged the toilet.

* Conditions at the clinic were deplorable. The walls were urine-splattered, and the floors were bloodstained. A janitor testified that the bathrooms were cleaned just once a week, even though patients routinely vomited into sinks and miscarried into toilets.

* White patients waited and were treated in a cleaner room than patients of color. Patients of color who became “too rowdy” got a slap on the thigh from Gosnell, one worker testified. Gosnell photographed his patients’ genitalia before procedures, another told the grand jury.

* A high-schooler, the daughter of staffer Tina Baldwin, worked in the clinic for four years, starting at age 15. She worked as much as 50 hours a week for $8.50 an hour. She routinely operated the ultrasound machine, administered anesthesia, diagnosed sexually transmitted diseases and told grand jurors she often was “in charge” of the clinic at night.

* Investigators say Gosnell made up to $15,000 a night, mostly in cash, for a few hours of work performing abortions. That doesn’t include the money he made as one of the state’s top Oxycontin prescribers. When authorities searched his home, they found a gun and $240,000 in cash stashed in his 12-year-old daughter’s closet.

* Instead of trashing disposable medical supplies, Gosnell directed workers to reuse them over and over until they broke. They were rarely sterilized, allowing venereal disease and other germs to spread among patients. After the raid, inspectors found that the suction source used to perform abortions was the only one available to resuscitate patients.

* Medical waste and fetal remains were supposed to be picked up weekly by a licensed disposal provider. But because Gosnell didn’t pay his bills, months might pass between pickups, leaving leaking bags and boxes to pile up in the clinic’s basement and freezers.

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Eyewitness News has learned that a West Philadelphia doctor, his wife and eight other suspects are now under arrest following a grand jury investigation.

Sources say Dr. Kermit Gosnell faces eight counts of murder in the deaths of a woman following a botched abortion at his office, along with the deaths of seven other babies who, prosecutors allege, were born alive following illegal late-term abortions and then were killed with scissors.

The grand jury report states that Dr. Gosnell’s office was filthy and cat litter was apparently found inside the office.

Four of the suspects, some improperly licensed, also face multiple counts of murder for allegedly killing the newborns.

All of the suspects are now behind bars after warrants were served overnight.

Dr. Gosnell, who has practiced in the West Philadelphia neighborhood for decades, is also the target of a federal grand jury investigation into illegally prescribing prescription drugs.
Investigators say during a search of his home, they found $240,000 in cash.

The doctor, in past interviews with Eyewitness News, has proclaimed his innocence, predicting if charged, he will be acquitted.

The Philadelphia District Attorney held a press conference Wednesday morning to officially announce details of the arrests and the grand jury presentment.

According to Operation Rescue, abortionist Gosnell killed Karnamaya Mongar, 41, on November 20, 2009, after she was overdosed on painkillers during an abortion in her 18th or 19th week of pregnancy. Mongar’s brother, told reporters that Gosnell’s abortion clinic was “dirty and bloody.” Gosnell’s medical license was suspended and his clinic closed.

A grand jury was convened to investigate. It has charged Gosnell with eight counts of murder for the death of Mongar and seven babies who were born alive during failed illegal late-term abortions then killed by Gosnell or his clinic workers. Some clinic workers have been charged with multiple counts of murder in the deaths of the infants.

When police raided Gosnell’s home and took him into custody, they discovered $240,000 in cash. Gosnell is also the subject of a Federal grand jury that has yet to reach a conclusion of its investigation.

Operation Rescue had urged supporters earlier this month to contact the district attorney as ask for criminal charges.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Dr. Kermit Gosnell, 69, who catered to minoritesmade millions of dollars over 30 years, performing as many illegal, late-term abortions as he could, prosecutors said. State regulators ignored complaints about him and failed to visit or inspect his clinic since 1993, but no charges were warranted against them, District Attorney Seth Williams said.

Dr. Gosnell “induced labor, forced the live birth of viable babies in the sixth, seventh, eighth month of pregnancy and then killed those babies by cutting into the back of the neck with scissors and severing their spinal cord,” Mr. Williams said.

Mr. Williams said patients were subjected to squalid and barbaric conditions at Dr. Gosnell’s Women’s Medical Society.

Authorities went to investigate drug-related complaints at the clinic last year and stumbled on what Mr. Williams called a “house of horrors.”

“There were bags and bottles holding aborted fetuses were scattered throughout the building,” Mr. Williams said. “There were jars, lining shelves, with severed feet that he kept for no medical purpose.”

The clinic was shut down and Dr. Gosnell’s medical license was suspended after the raid.

Workers, some of whom were also charged with murder, were untrained and unlicensed, including a high-school student who performed anesthesia with potentially lethal narcotics, Mr. Williams said.

Dr. Gosnell and nine other employees are in custody, authorities said.

Dr. Gosnell has been named in at least 10 malpractice suits, including one over the death of a woman who died of sepsis and a perforated uterus.

Philly.com reports that Dr. Kermit Gosnell, 69, his wife and 8 other colleagues were arrested overnight following a Grand Jury investigation. Gosnell and his wife are currently being held at headquarters without bail. Also included in that group is a teenager who reportedly administered anesthetic.

According to the DA’s office, Gosnell is facing Murder in the 3rd Degree for the death of 41 year old Karnamaya Mongar. Mrs. Mongar died on November 20, 2009 when she was overdosed with anesthetics prescribed by Gosnell. He is also facing seven Murder charges for the deaths of infants who were killed after being born viable and alive during the 6th, 7th and 8th month of pregnancy. Along with the Murder charges the District Attorney has charged Gosnell with Infanticide, Conspiracy, Abortion at 24 or more weeks, Abuse of Corpse, Theft, Corruption of Minors, Solicitation and other related offenses.

D.A. Seth Williams held a news conference Wednesday morning, where he reviewed the 300-page Grand Jury report, the details of which are incredibly disturbing. “I am aware that abortion is a hot-button topic,” said District Attorney Williams. “But as District Attorney, my job is to carry out the law. A doctor who knowingly and systematically mistreats female patients, to the point that one of them dies in his so-called care, commits murder under the law.”

Last April, the FBI and Drug enforcement agents raided Dr. Gosnell’s 38th and Lancaster Clinic, called the Women’s Medical Society. Inside, they found jars packed with pieces of aborted fetuses and recliners used in a recovery area for women who had abortions.

Dr. Gosnell’s medical license was been suspended because of the conditions at his clinic. He has also been targeted in multiple lawsuits, at least one charging that a woman died from a botched abortion.

Dr. Gosnell is named in nearly four dozen civil suits going back 20 years. Ten of those are malpractice suits, including one by the family of a young woman who died after a March 2000 abortion at Gosnell’s office.

Grand Jury Report here

Read Indictment here

Past News Story of Gosnell claiming his innocence here Abortionist Kermit Gosnell says “He did the very best” despite a FBI raid, bloody fetuses on floor, and one patient dead

and: Butcher Gosnell defends his abortion mill, abortion patients , “he could have killed me”

UPDATE – Operation Rescue is releasing these Shocking Photos Of Gosnell Murder Victims Included in Grand Jury Report

And : Abortionist Gosnell “experimented” on fetuses and performed an abortion on a minor w/o parental consent

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This happens all the time inside abortion clinics – Proving my point- read this story about this dead women killed after her botched abortion in Miami

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Also Read:
Some “Safe and Legal” Abortion Stories
A Woman’s Freedom to Choose…! or a potential to be abused?

Abortion providers have preyed on women in a crisis and have even raped and killed their patients. Some abortion doctors have performed abortion while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs. They have been caught selling controlled substances, telling non-pregnant women they were pregnant and doing abortions anyway, creating private pornography files with photos of their patients. Some have just operated filthy facilities to maximize profits.

Considering that abortion is one of the most common surgical procedures in the country and yet the most unregulated why aren’t lawmakers improving clinic standards and safety?

Ghanaian Woman Eunice Agabgaa entered Y&P Medical Clinic in New York. Dr. Abram Zelikman allegedly left the clinic while Eunice was in recovery from an abortion Zelikman had performed. Unfortunately the abortion was so bad, it resulted in her death. A friend who was present at the clinic testified that she pleaded with the clinic staff to call paramedics once she noticed Eunice’s bloodied body and poor vital signs. her friend stated” I felt if I hadn’t been there they would have wrapped her dead body and thrown it in the garbage. New York Newsday 7/9/89

The California Medical Board #11593, investigated action by Dr. Tati Okereke, A/K/A High Street Medical. In 1982, Dr. Okereke was accused of fondling a female patients breast without medical justification He subsequently was accused of engaging in sexual intercourse with her without her consent. This doctor who performed abortions was also accused of injecting patients with anestectics , then engaging in sexual intercourse without the permission of the woman. One woman testified to the medical board that she could not move any muscles during this ordeal, but just kept crying “What are you doing?” Another patient testified that after Okereke examined her vagina that he licked his finger. She said the doctor tried to pay her of to keep her quiet following the incident Okereke’s Medical License was revoked in November of 1989.

In March of 1993, Abortion doctor Nareshkumar Patel of Shawnee Oklahoma was accused of Forcible Oral Sodomy and sexual battery by a patient he was treating after hours in his clinic. Patel was the focus of a controversy in 1992 when several aborted fetuses from his clinic were found partially burned in an open field owned by Patel. Officials could not cite any law that prohibited the burning of aborted fetuses in that manner and those charges were dropped. The Daily Oklahoman 5/28/93 Oklahoma Medical Board Case # 90-09-1129

The Mississippi Board of Medical Licensure revoked the license of Milan D. Chepko in 1991. Dr. Chepko, who performed abortions at the New Women Medical Center in Jackson, MS was indicted by a Federal Grand Jury (Case # J89-00064 W) involving interstate transportation of a VHS cassette showing minors engaging in sexually explicit conduct. The tape contained scenes with children as young as four years old in sexual conduct with adult males and females. One incident allegedly involved children and adults engaged in sodomy. Jackson Herald 9/30/89 and Mississippi Board of Medical Licensure vs. Milan Chepko.

In 1990 the Florida Medical Board disciplined male nurse Barry A. Hill. Hill was employed at Today’s Woman Medical Center of Coral Gables, FL , an abortion clinic owned by Dr. Vladimar Rosenthal. On October 26, 1989 HRS inspector Diane Robie discovered two envelopes in the clinic containing pictures of several women undressed with their legs apart. According to Medical Board reports the perineal area was the focal point of the photographer. Hill, the clinics anestisists claimed ownership of the photographs. Former employees of the clinic also accused Hill of fondling their breasts of several female patients while they were under anestesia. The former clinic employees told news reporters that they were fired by clinic owner Rosenthal after he heard them complaining to a National Abortion Federation Representative (the clinic was a member) of the conditions at the clinic and Mr. Hills activities. Florida Department of Professional Regulation Case # 89-010853 and Miami Herald 10-7-89.

The Miami Herald in August of 1990 reported that abortion doctor Pravin Thakker was convicted of performing abortions on his former lovers without their consent. Thakker was also investigated by the Indiana Medical board for lewd and immoral conduct toward female patients under his care. On June 11,1991 a jury found Thakker guilty of two counts of battery, two counts of illegal abortion and two counts of criminal recklessness. Thakker was sentenced on July 31, 1991 to prison in the Indiana Department of Corrections. The Indiana Health Profession Bureau Case # 89 MLB 003.

In 1987 the Tamarac, FL police department began an investigation into allegations of sexual assault by abortion doctor Jeffrey Goldenberg. Dr. Goldenberg was employed by the University Women’s Center abortion clinic in Tamarac. Goldenberg was never tried on charges developed during investigations. Dr. Goldenberg was killed in a traffic accident prior to trial. Florida Department of Professional Regulation case numbers -102532,73882,70744,75174,80918,85142, 94175, and 76, 95832, 102527, and 528,529,531,598, 103134 and 466,467,468,489, 103751 and 752,755, 867793,86772,32342,77112,86774,959320.

The Minnesota Board of Medical Examiners suspended the license of Dr. Hideo D. Mori, a past volunteer at Planned Parenthood in Austin Minnesota. Dr. Mori was found to have engaged in sexual misconduct with several of his female patients. The charges against Mori included, massaging the clitoris and vagina of a patient during pelvic exams, kissing the face neck and breasts of patients during exams and embracing a patient. Mori allegedly told one of his patients that she should have sex with her husband in front of him so he could observe and determine why the patient was not climaxing. Minnesota Board of Medical Examiners vs. Hideo Mori.

In 1983 Dr. Nabil Ghali’s medical license in Kentucky was revoked following his conviction on four counts of unlawful sexual transaction with a minor. (A fourteen year old female neighbor) The victims younger sister also testified she has seen Ghali improperly touching a five year old child. In 1989 while Ghali was operating an abortion clinic in Florida and performing abortions in several other South Florida clinics, the states medical board began revocation procedures of his license due to falsification of his license application. When Ghali later lost his license in Florida he moved to Ohio and continued to perform abortions. The State of Ohio after learning of Ghali’s history began revocation procedures. In February 1993 the Ohio Medical Board won an appeal upholding Ghali’s license revocation. In addition to Ghali’s sexual conduct he was involved in the death of at least one woman from an abortion procedure in Florida. Kentucky Medical Licensing Board case #190, State Medical Board of Ohio vs. Ghali’s, Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services inspection reports, 1989, The Miami Herald Tropic Magazine September 17, 1989.

Dr. Ronald Tauber had his Florida medical license suspended following the abortion related death of Gloria Small. In 1985 after moving to Michigan Tauber’s License to practice osteopathic medicine in that state was revoked following his conviction of First Degree criminal sexual assault, and second degree criminal sexual conduct. In the case of People vs. Ronald Tauber (Michigan Case # 80-46749-FY) the doctor was convicted after the state proved he had forcibly transported a six year old girl in his car against her will. Tauber admitted exposing himself to the girl and placing her hand on his penis. He also lifted the child’s undergarment to expose her vulva. Tauber released the girl when she began to cry. Tauber was also cited for masturbating in his car outside a high school where young girls were exiting. Tauber was released from prison on January 3, 1990 and his parole ended on August 15, 1991. Tauber was licensed to practice by the state of New York in August of 1992 Michigan Medical Board case #82-202 and California Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners case # 90-6 and OAH # N-37351.

Dr. Chris Simpoulous of the American Women’s Clinic in Norfolk, VA was accused of scheduling dozens of women for abortions who were not pregnant. Simpoulous was arrested in July of 1984 following an attempted abortion on an undercover police woman who was not pregnant. New York Times 7/28/84.

In April of 1992, Dr. Larry Thompson’s Nevada medical license was revoked. The Board of Medical Examiners of Nevada determined that while performing an abortion at The Women’s Place in North Las Vegas, Dr. Thompson lacerated the uterus of his patient. The board said Thompson failed to monitor the woman’s condition adequately, and the clinic did not have adequate medical equipment. As a result of the laceration and inadequate care that followed the woman died. Dr. Thompson also failed to recognize the cause of the patients death. Nevada Board of Medical Examiners case # 8289.

In February of 1993, Dr. Abu Hayat was convicted of performing an illegal third trimester abortion in which he ripped the child’s arm from its body in the abortion attempt. The child was later born alive and has recovered with just one arm. In addition to the above occurrence Dr. Hayat, (an individual member of the National Abortion Federation) was cited by the Medical Board for refusing to complete an abortion on a patient after he demanded an additional payment of $500. The woman left the clinic bleeding and with an incomplete abortion when she told Hayat she could not pay the extra $500. New York Times 2/23/93, New York Department of Health and Professional Conduct, and New York Times 1/22/91.

In January 1993 police arrested the owner of Clinica Feminina de la Cominidad an abortion clinic in Orange County, CA after the suspicious death of a patient at the clinic. News reports alleged Alicia Ruiz Hanna a non-physician performed numerous abortions at the clinic. The body of one of the clinic patients was found outside in the parking lot. Clinic employees have stated that the patient, Angela Sanchez suffered complications and Ruiz refused to call for help and would not allow her employees to call either. The Orange County Register August 24, 1993.

Abortion doctor David Benjamin (A.K.A. Elysa Bonrouhi) was implicated in charges of negligent homicide and tampering with physical evidence following the death of Guadalupe Negron. Police reports said that Negron was bleeding profusely and complaining of pain following her 2nd trimester abortion at the Metro Women’s Clinic in Corona, Queens New York. Benjamin ordered the patient to be cleaned up and began an abortion on another patient. Benjamin delayed calling an ambulance to transport Ms. Negron and attempted emergency treatment in such a negligent manner that Ms. Negron was pronounced dead shortly after her arrival at a local hospital. Associated Press 8/12/93 and New York Times 7/17/93.

If these stories horrify you, they should. Abortion is one of the most unregulated businesses in this country. Minors can walk into the hands of unqualified physicians with questionable and even criminal backgrounds.

The incidents outlined above are just a few incidents involving women and their abortion experiences. Many women never report their negative abortion experiences because of the fear that someone may find out they had an abortion. We have other anecdotal information and more court documents from hundreds of women. The abortion business continues to makes no effort to clean up it’s act.

Black Pastor Lynberg Nelson pleads with fellow African Americans to support the personhood of the unborn child

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Pastor and Dr. Lynberg Nelson urges Christians, especially black and African American pastors, to stand up for the unborn who are persons and need to be protected from this murder. We plead with America: support Personhood

Learn how abortion affects the African American Community and how it is founded on racist eugenics – watch the 2.5 hour film: Maafa21

Late term abortionist sets up shop in Maryland

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Anti-abortion protests planned as Late Term abortionist LeRoy Carhart sets up his chop shop in Germantown, MD.

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Details Emerge on LeRoy Carhart’s Late Abortions in Maryland
by Steven Ertelt | Germantown, MD | LifeNews.com | 12/1/10 7:49 PM

LeRoy Carhart, the infamous partial-birth and late-term abortion practitioner, is starting work on Monday at an abortion center in Maryland — expanding the business to do late and late-term abortions.

Carhart is a hired gun of sorts at the abortion business in Germantown, Maryland and will be working there and not operating the abortion business as his own or in a partnership with someone else.

“Basically he is looking for work because he is broke and can’t kill post viable babies in Nebraska, so he is hoping to score some money in Maryland,” Troy Newman of Operation Rescue told LifeNews.com this afternoon.

Newman says the National Abortion Federation “hates” Carhart and won’t refer women wanting abortions later in pregnancy to him. Instead, they tell women to travel across the country to Colorado to see Warren Hern or New Mexico to visit Curtis Boyd.

“Carhart has a long and troubled history within the abortion industry. The vicious feud between Vicky Saporta [the NAF president] and Carhart led NAF to stop referring abortion patients to Carthart’s abortion mill in Nebraska,” Newman explained. “This placed a huge financial burden on Carhart’s business and further strained his relationship with NAF.”
“Additionally, the Tiller family refused to talk to Carhart after George Tiller’s death. Carhart promised to re-open Tiller’s abortion mill, but the Tiller family went public with a press release distancing themselves from Carhart and denying that the clinic would ever reopen,” Newman added.

Although Carhart is quickly replacing the Tiller as the face of the hundreds of abortion practitioners who do abortions late in pregnancy, Newman says his observations lead him to believe he has been ostracized from the abortion industry.

“Even though Carhart seems to be the public face of the abortionist the inside story is that most, if not all, of his abortion colleagues think he is a bumbling hack that runs to the camera every chance he gets,” he told LifeNews.com.

Jill Stanek, a pro-life blogger, has been connecting the dots as well and noticed Carhart will not be opening an abortion business on his own as many pro-life observers thought he would do.

“But it turns out Carhart will not be opening a new mill in MD after all, which was one of his premises for soliciting funds in a September 30 letter to “supporter(s),’” she says. “In fact, it appears Carhart will simply function as a hired abortionist at an already existing mill, Germantown Reproductive Health Services. So unless Carhart has bought a piece of the action, he’s just another employee.”

She points to comments from Saporta to the Washington post saying “Carhart plans to begin working on Monday” as validating that fact.

She also points out that Carhart “indicated to the Associated Press he wasn’t sure of the location” when “Carhart knew all along when he would begin his new job and where. He’s such a liar.”

Saporta said that Carhart will provide abortions “beginning at 6 weeks” and continuing “through the second trimester” — beyond the abortions earlier in pregnancy the center already does.

The pro-life and faith communities of Maryland have quickly responded to the news and have committed to respond with action to send Carhart back to Nebraska, where he fled to avoid a new state law banning abortions after 20 weeks.

Newman indicates a clergy luncheon featuring Rev. Patrick Mahoney, Director of the Christian Defense Coalition will meet on Thursday to discuss strategy to oppose Carhart’s late-term abortions and activate the faith based community.

Then on Monday, the day Carhart has said he will begin late-term abortions in Maryland, there will be a press conference and two-hour prayer protest. This location is expected to be the site of numerous protests and efforts to offer practical help to abortion-bound women in the coming weeks.

“Carhart’s late-term abortion business is looked upon with revulsion by the majority of Americans. He is certainly not welcome in Maryland, Iowa, Indiana, Nebraska, Kansas, or any other state,” Newman said. “But unless those who value each and every human life speak out, Carhart and people like him will continue ply their grisly trade with impunity.”

Aborted babies ‘being left to die’ another form of Eugenics

Posted in Abortion, Eugenics, Infanticide, Late term abortion with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on October 7, 2010 by saynsumthn

(AUSTRALIA) The Age , Barney Zwartz
October 7, 2010

BABIES that are surviving late-term abortions at Melbourne’s Royal Women’s Hospital might be being left on shelves to die, according to an Anglican minister
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Dr Mark Durie, minister of St Mary’s Caulfield, said staff were finding it hard to cope with a reported six-fold increase in late-term abortions at the Women’s since abortion was decriminalised in Victoria two years ago. He said because conscientious objection by medical staff was now illegal, the hospital could employ only people who endorsed late-term abortions.

Dr Durie is bringing a motion about late-term abortion to the annual Anglican synod, which opened in Melbourne last night.

He calls on the state government to answer five questions about late-term abortions:
■ How many are happening, and how late?
■ What are the reasons for the abortions?
■ Are those born alive receiving medical care, or what is their cause of death?
■ What has been the effect on staff morale at the Royal Women’s Hospital?
■ What has been the effect on staff recruitment?

He said in one case – not at the Women’s – a trainee was deeply traumatised when she was told to drop a living foetus in a bucket of formaldehyde.

Dr Durie said even in 2007, 52 babies survived late-term abortions, according to government figures. In some clinics they had simply been put on a shelf and left to die, and the public deserved to know what was happening now.

He said no figures had been officially released since abortion was decriminalised.

”Because of the deep ethical conflict involved, there will be pressure to suppress the reality of what is going on,” he said.

”I’m deeply concerned for the traumatising effect it has on doctors and nurses.”

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Outrage as agony aunt tells TV audience ‘I would suffocate a child to end its suffering’
By Vanessa Allen 4th October 2010

Television pundit Virginia Ironside prompted outrage yesterday after saying she would suffocate a child to end its suffering.

Shocked BBC viewers complained after the agony aunt said she would hold a pillow over the face of a child in pain.

Minutes earlier the controversial writer said ‘a loving mother’ would abort an unwanted or disabled baby, and praised abortion as ‘a moral and unselfish act’.

Miss Ironside said: ‘If a baby’s going to be born severely disabled or totally unwanted, surely an abortion is the act of a loving mother.’
She added: ‘If I were the mother of a suffering child – I mean a deeply suffering child – I would be the first to want to put a pillow over its face… If it was a child I really loved, who was in agony, I think any good mother would.’

Commentators accused the controversial writer of advocating eugenics, and disability rights campaigners branded her views ‘despicable’.

The mother-of-one and grandmother said it was better to terminate a pregnancy than to condemn a disabled or unwanted child to a lifetime of emotional or physical suffering.
She told BBC1’s religious discussion programme, Sunday Morning Live, that abortion could be an act of kindness in those circumstances.

She said: ‘Abortion can often be seen as something wicked and irresponsible, but in fact it can be a moral and unselfish act… Sometimes the decision of a good mother is not to have the child.’

Programme host Susanna Reid appeared visibly shocked by her comments during the live debate, gasping: ‘That’s a pretty horrifying thing to say, that you would put a pillow over a suffering child.’

The writer said she recognised that disabled people could lead active and fulfilling lives.

But she said there were millions of disabled and unwanted children around the world who were left suffering in institutions.

‘To go ahead and have a baby, knowing that you can’t give it some kind of stable upbringing, seems to me to be cruel,’ she said.

The controversial author and journalist has previously argued that doctors should not fight to save very premature babies.

Her latest comments were made as doctors prepared to lobby for a change in the law to allow people to help the terminally ill to die.
Disability campaigner Clair Lewis accused Miss Ironside of using physical suffering as an excuse for advocating eugenics, through the abortion of disabled children.
She said: ‘The problems that disabled people face will not be fixed by killing off unborn children.’

GP Peter Evans, of the Christian Medical Fellowship, said: ‘For us to make judgments that people are not worth life, not worth the opportunity to live, is a very dangerous thing.’
Viewers left a series of complaints on the programme’s website message board, although some praised the writer’s outspoken comments.

One wrote: ‘How on earth has this woman been able to put such views, care of the BBC, it is despicable? [sic] To put a view of murder on a TV program she should be arrested and charged with encouraging the act of murder on babies.’

Another branded her views ‘disgusting’, adding: ‘How can she suggest that a child’s quality of life can be so bad that they would be better off dead?’

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Here is the powerful story of a woman who was “Left to die” after her mother aborted her in the United States: