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Abortionist Randall Whitney goes berserk

Posted in Abortionist, Randall Whitney with tags , , , , , , , , on November 6, 2013 by saynsumthn

Randall Whitney Shoots Finger

Early in the month of November 2013, pro-lifers outside an abortion clinic in Central Florida operated by Randall Whitney recorded this abortion doctor going berserk. He used foul language and shot the bird several times. I think he is losing it, watch for yourself:

Randall WhitneyCarA few months ago, Florida Abortionist Randall Whitney said this to pro-lifers. The unborn baby, “Would not have been a full baby…It is not a being..It is not a baby. The baby is when its born, it is separate from its host…I grew up in the church…It’s not a human being…it’s a frog.”

According to Forerunner Blog:

Randall Whitney is a circuit rider abortionist for James Pendergraft’s Women’s Center mills in Orlando and Ocala specializing in 2nd trimester abortions. Whitney has testified to the Florida Department of Health and also during a civil lawsuit hearing that babies are sometimes born alive and left to die in James Pendergraft’s abortion clinics where he works.

He served a suspension in the 1980s for a malpractice incident. After that time, he began doing abortions more or less full-time.

In the mid-1990s, he tried to open a second abortion clinic in Melbourne in competition with Aware Woman. When pro-lifers discovered this, they leafleted the 5-story river-front office building where Whitney had signed a lease telling all the tenants that Whitney was an abortionist. Discovering that Whitney had lied about the nature of his business, and being very pro-life themselves, the building owners canceled his lease. In

November 2001 – Carol Howard, a patient of Whitney’s delivers a child who lived with massive birth defects after a failed abortion.

May 2004 – Carol Howard files a civil lawsuit against Randall Whitney, Pendergraft, and the Orlando Women’s Center.

A 2005 AHCA report (click to enlarge)

May 2005 – An investigation by the Agency for Health Care Adminsitration reveals testimony from clinic workers and police that babies are sometimes born alive at Oralndo Women’s Center. Whitney seems to have been the “physician” who testified that babies sometimes “twitter” when they are born alive into toilets in the abortion center.

February 2006 – Pro-life activists are alerted by emails from someone claiming to be a clinic worker employed by Whitney in Daytona Beach alleging he was violent, disobeyed medical laws, and caused young boys to be disfigured after routine circumcisions.

September 2006 – Whitney closes down his own clinic, Family Planning Center, in Daytona Beach, rather than comply with state regulators. Whitney goes back to doing abortions on-the-road.

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March 2010 – Whitney is arrested at Orlando Women’s Center for aggravated battery after slapping a patient while she was on the operating table.

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September 2010 – Whitney is taken out of the Orlando Women’s Center abortion clinic in handcuffs by the police. This time it is on a warrant issued because he did not show up for a court hearing. The police are tipped off by two sidewalk counselors who knew about the warrant and noted that Whitney had been sleeping in his car in the OWC parking lot. This is the second time in six months that Whitney has been arrested while on duty at the abortion clinic.

July 2011 – A Florida jury awards $36,766,000 in damages to Carol Howard, to provide funding for lifetime care of “JH,” who was severely harmed as a result of being born alive after a botched abortion that occurred at Orlando Women’s Center in 2001.

Perhaps the most interesting part of the trial testimony is when Randall Whitney, the abortionist on duty at the time, speaks cavalierly and without being prodded about babies being born alive into the toilet.

Although Whitney has declared bankruptcy and avoided judgment in the $36.7 million lawsuit, he is also the defendant in two other malpractice lawsuits in 2011 and 2012, Darosa vs. Whitney, et al, and Uzzle vs. Whitney, et al.

Some more on this Abortionist – he once slapped a patient – Read here

Florida abortionist calls unborn baby a frog is only a baby when it is born and separate from it’s “host”

Posted in abortion clinic safety, Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortion clinic worker arrested, Abortionist, Abortionist arrested, Randall Whitney with tags , , , , , on September 17, 2013 by saynsumthn

Randall WhitneyCarFlorida Abortionist Randall Whitney said this to pro-lifers. The unborn baby, “Would not have been a full baby…It is not a being..It is not a baby. The baby is when its born, it is separate from its host…I grew up in the church…It’s not a human being…it’s a frog.”

According to Forerunner Blog:

Randall Whitney is a circuit rider abortionist for James Pendergraft’s Women’s Center mills in Orlando and Ocala specializing in 2nd trimester abortions. Whitney has testified to the Florida Department of Health and also during a civil lawsuit hearing that babies are sometimes born alive and left to die in James Pendergraft’s abortion clinics where he works.

He served a suspension in the 1980s for a malpractice incident. After that time, he began doing abortions more or less full-time.

In the mid-1990s, he tried to open a second abortion clinic in Melbourne in competition with Aware Woman. When pro-lifers discovered this, they leafleted the 5-story river-front office building where Whitney had signed a lease telling all the tenants that Whitney was an abortionist. Discovering that Whitney had lied about the nature of his business, and being very pro-life themselves, the building owners canceled his lease. In

November 2001 – Carol Howard, a patient of Whitney’s delivers a child who lived with massive birth defects after a failed abortion.

May 2004 – Carol Howard files a civil lawsuit against Randall Whitney, Pendergraft, and the Orlando Women’s Center.

A 2005 AHCA report (click to enlarge)

May 2005 – An investigation by the Agency for Health Care Adminsitration reveals testimony from clinic workers and police that babies are sometimes born alive at Oralndo Women’s Center. Whitney seems to have been the “physician” who testified that babies sometimes “twitter” when they are born alive into toilets in the abortion center.

February 2006 – Pro-life activists are alerted by emails from someone claiming to be a clinic worker employed by Whitney in Daytona Beach alleging he was violent, disobeyed medical laws, and caused young boys to be disfigured after routine circumcisions.

September 2006 – Whitney closes down his own clinic, Family Planning Center, in Daytona Beach, rather than comply with state regulators. Whitney goes back to doing abortions on-the-road.

March 2010 – Whitney is arrested at Orlando Women’s Center for aggravated battery after slapping a patient while she was on the operating table.

September 2010 – Whitney is taken out of the Orlando Women’s Center abortion clinic in handcuffs by the police. This time it is on a warrant issued because he did not show up for a court hearing. The police are tipped off by two sidewalk counselors who knew about the warrant and noted that Whitney had been sleeping in his car in the OWC parking lot. This is the second time in six months that Whitney has been arrested while on duty at the abortion clinic.

July 2011 – A Florida jury awards $36,766,000 in damages to Carol Howard, to provide funding for lifetime care of “JH,” who was severely harmed as a result of being born alive after a botched abortion that occurred at Orlando Women’s Center in 2001.

Perhaps the most interesting part of the trial testimony is when Randall Whitney, the abortionist on duty at the time, speaks cavalierly and without being prodded about babies being born alive into the toilet.

Although Whitney has declared bankruptcy and avoided judgment in the $36.7 million lawsuit, he is also the defendant in two other malpractice lawsuits in 2011 and 2012, Darosa vs. Whitney, et al, and Uzzle vs. Whitney, et al.

Some more on this Abortionist – he once slapped a patient – Read here

Woman says she was forced to abort as a teen by her parents, now warns others to keep their babies

Posted in abortion clinic safety, forced abortion, Randall Whitney with tags , , , on September 10, 2013 by saynsumthn

Chelsea, who chose life for her baby, came by the Orlando Women’s Center #abortion clinic to show #prolifers her child, Makeala and say Thank You…. When she saw the women going ion for their abortions she was overcome and began addressing the women…. According to pro-life side-walk counselor, John Barros, “When the abortionist Randal Whitney pulled up he started yelling at her for having a baby on the sidewalk… Chelsea ran down and told him, like only she can do, what he had done to her at 15.” Chelsea’s comments are very raw, she never expected to have this kind of reaction, all she intended to do is to say thank you to pro-lifers.
Please Pray for Chelsea and Michael and Makaela.

Florida abortionist gets slap on the wrist after slapping face of a patient

Posted in abortion clinic safety, Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortion clinic worker arrested, Abortionist, Abortionist arrested, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence, Randall Whitney with tags , , , , , , , , on August 28, 2013 by saynsumthn

whitney_booking_warrant_09-22-2010-240x300The Florida Board of Medicine has given a “slap on the wrist” to Randall Whitney, an abortionist who was arrested in 2011 and charged with aggravated battery for slapping a pregnant woman across the face prior to an attempted abortion procedure at Orlando Women’s Center.

As reported when the arrest occurred by this blog:

Long-time Volusia County, Florida abortionist Randall B. Whitney was arrested by Orlando Police inside the Orlando Women’s Center after he slapped a woman patient while preparing her for an abortion procedure.

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Below is a transcript of Orlando Police arresting officer J. Hughley ( patient’s last name is removed):

I,officer Hughley was sitting inside the office when I heard a OWC [Orlando Woman’s Center] patient run out of one of the rooms screaming advising the doctor has slapped her. I followed the patient outside and she advised in a sworn written statement: she went into the exam room to get an abortion procedure and the doctor was trying to find a vein to give some valium. She Amanda ______ advised the doctor had poked her three times trying to get the needle in the vein. She told him the needle was not in the vein and it started to burn. Amanda advised she started screaming. The doctor took the needle out and told her to shut up because she was scaring other patients. Amanda advised she got up and told the doctor she wanted to leave, so she stood up and the doctor slapped her on the left side of the face. Amanda advised that’s when she left. She also advised she did not give the doctor permission to slap her and wishes to press charges. Due to the needle or medicine Amanda’s fingers began to turn blue, so OFD (Orlando Fire Department) was notified. When I (officer Hughley) went back inside the building, the doctor (Dr Whitney) was sitting in the front office and he advised he did slap Amanda because she was being very uncooperative and he was trying to calm her down. Assistant Sonia Merced was inside the room with Dr. Whitney, but refuse to say what happened, nor did she want to write a statement. Dr Whitney refused to write a statement also. Amanda’s face was red on the left side of the face. Whitney was arrested and transported to central booking for aggravated battery.

Whitney was arrested and taken to jail and later released on bond.
Florida Case#: 2010-CF-004271-A-O

According to FORERUNNER:

When the case was finally decided by the Florida Board of Medicine on August 12th, 2013, Whitney was reprimanded and received the following disciplinary actions.

An administrative fine of $7,500 and other court costs totaling $8,041.31 to be paid within 30 days from the date this Final Order is filed.

The completion of 3 hours of continuing medical education (CME) in the area of medical ethics and completion of the Laws and Rules course sponsored by the Florida Medical Association (FMA) within one year from the date the Final Order is filed.

Within 90 days from the date of entry of the Final Order, Respondent shall submit to an evaluation by the Professionals Resource Network (PRN) and present the evaluation to the Probation Committee.

Whitney’s medical license status was changed from CLEAR/ACTIVE to OBLIGATIONS /ACTIVE. According to the Florida Department of health this means that

… the licensing board or department has disciplined the licensed practitioner and a penalty, which may include restrictions and/or additional requirements, was placed on the licensed practitioner. The licensed practitioner may practice his/her profession in the state of Florida under the conditions specified by the licensing board or department. Practitioner is obligated to update his/her profile data (FL DOH).

Operation Rescue has reported that Whitney has faced license suspension and probation in the past and has been accused of illegal late-term abortions beyond the limits set by law by improperly using ultrasound to determine fetal age. Whitney defiantly closed his Daytona Beach abortion clinic rather than comply with laws governing clinic safety.

Abortionist gives pro-life women “the finger” for disrespecting him as a “doctor”

Posted in Abortionist, Abortionist arrested, pro-choice violence, Randall Whitney with tags , , , , , , , , , , on June 28, 2013 by saynsumthn

On June 28,2013, pro-lifers in Florida reported that abortionist Randall Whitney “let us know how he felt about us today” as we encouraged him to stop the bloodshed.

Pro-lifer Michele Herzog reports that , “He was also very upset because he wasn’t called Doctor Whitney…..I told him that he was not a doctor, doctors preserve life, and not kill.”

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The funny thing is that DOCTOR should be a respected term – yet Whitney shows little respect for women or his patients as evident in a previous post I made:

BACK STORY:

June 6, 2010

Randall Whitney

Long-time Volusia County, Florida abortionist Randall B. Whitney was arrested by Orlando Police inside the Orlando Women’s Center after he slapped a woman patient while preparing her for an abortion procedure.


Below is a transcript of Orlando Police arresting officer J. Hughley
(emphasis ours, and patient’s last name is removed):

I,officer Hughley was sitting inside the office when I heard a OWC [Orlando Woman’s Center] patient run out of one of the rooms screaming advising the doctor has slapped her. I followed the patient outside and she advised in a sworn written statement: she went into the exam room to get an abortion procedure and the doctor was trying to find a vein to give some valium. She Amanda ______ advised the doctor had poked her three times trying to get the needle in the vein. She told him the needle was not in the vein and it started to burn. Amanda advised she started screaming. The doctor took the needle out and told her to shut up because she was scaring other patients. Amanda advised she got up and told the doctor she wanted to leave, so she stood up and the doctor slapped her on the left side of the face. Amanda advised that’s when she left. She also advised she did not give the doctor permission to slap her and wishes to press charges. Due to the needle or medicine Amanda’s fingers began to turn blue, so OFD (Orlando Fire Department) was notified. When I (officer Hughley) went back inside the building, the doctor (Dr Whitney) was sitting in the front office and he advised he did slap Amanda because she was being very uncooperative and he was trying to calm her down. Assistant Sonia Merced was inside the room with Dr. Whitney, but refuse to say what happened, nor did she want to write a statement. Dr Whitney refused to write a statement also. Amanda’s face was red on the left side of the face. Whitney was arrested and transported to central booking for aggravated battery.

Whitney was arrested and taken to jail and later released on bond.
Florida Case#: 2010-CF-004271-A-O

Abortionist Whitney arrested on warrant; held without bond

Operation Rescue reported that Whitney has faced license suspension and probation in the past and has been accused of illegal late-term abortions beyond the limits set by law by improperly using ultrasound to determine fetal age. Whitney defiantly closed his Daytona Beach abortion clinic rather than comply with laws governing clinic safety.

Orlando Women’s Center is owned by the notorious abortionist James Pendergraft, who is also no stranger to legal problems. On July 6, 2010, Pendergraft had his medical license suspended for a fourth time for botched abortions, committing illegal late-term abortions, and dispensing drugs without a license. Pendergraft’s clinic was raided by police in 2013 after he failed to pay a women who sued him for $36 million dollars.

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Patient calls abortionist “creepy rude and disgusting”

Posted in abortion clinic safety, Abortionist, Abortionist arrested, Randall Whitney with tags , , , , , , on February 8, 2013 by saynsumthn

Women who had Pap Smear at Orlando Abortion clinic called the doctor, Randall Whitney creepy and cold, said he was a “Very rude guy who made me feel uncomfortable.” She later calls him “disgusting” and said he was “really rude and rough.”

HISTORY OF ABORTIONIST RANDALL WHITNEY:

Abortionist Whitney arrested on warrant; held without bond

Central Florida prolife activists initiate call to Orlando Police. Abortionist surrounded by cops at Orlando Women’s Center and held without bond. Whitney screams profanities at activists and threatens to sue. Whitney also charged with resisting arrest without violence. Stunning eyewitness account details results of prolife activism.

On the first day of the massive 13-city Florida campaign of 40 Days for Life, Orlando-area prolife activists discovered an outstanding bench warrant from September 10 against notorious abortionist Randall Brooks Whitney.

While doing abortions for four-time suspended Florida abortionist James Pendergraft, Whitney was arrested in March for slapping a customer of Orlando Women’s Center and charged with felony battery. After pleading not guilty through his and Pendergraft’s attorney James Buonauro, Whitney simply failed to show up for his trial.

On September 8, Judge John Adams issued the order for capias and it was formally entered on September 10. Prolife activists who had been following the case were amazed Whitney didn’t show. Even more stupendous is that he continued to kill babies in Orange County instead of staying in his home county of Volusia.

After dark on Wednesday, under a full moon, activists were notified of the warrant and were able to confirm that Whitney was inside the abortion clinic. They contacted Orlando Police and obtained a copy of the warrant. Four police officers surrounded the building while Whitney claimed he was in the “middle of surgery” and that they were superseding legal authority by removing a doctor from his patient.

Police didn’t buy Whitney’s story and arrested him while he was still in surgical scrubs. Police additionally charged Whitney with “resisting arrest without violence”, a misdemeanor common in situations were a person being arrested attempts to give false information to an officer.

As Whitney was led to the patrol vehicle in handcuffs, he screamed at several activists who remained behind to see his arrest. He threatened to come find them and that they would be sorry. He also threatened to sue although it was unclear if he was threatening Orlando Police or the activists.

He also accused the activists of using hardball tactics. He seemed genuinely shocked when one activist openly identified himself as the owner of the house across the street from an abortion clinic where Whitney used to work over ten years ago. “You’ve got to be kidding me!”, he exclaimed. [Full eyewitness account here on that exchange]

Whitney is being held without bond at the Orange County Jail. Activists intend to notify the Florida Medical Board and ask for an immediate permanent revocation of Whitney’s medical license.

READ: Capias Ordered on Sept 8, 2010

READ: Bench Warrant for Randall Whitney

Ten days preceding the arrest, Whitney had slept in his own car overnight in the back parking lot of the abortion clinic. He had exclaimed to sidewalk counselors (whom he frequently interacts with) that his March arrest for battery was a complete misunderstanding. Yet, inexplicably, he failed to show for trial.

Whitney, Pendergraft, and Orlando Women’s Center are currently being sued for malpractice stemming from a 2001 botched abortion. After an early victory for Pendergraft and Whitney, upon appeal the case was remanded back to the lower court by the 5th District Court of Appeals in 2008. On September 13,2010 the parties agreed to proceed with a non-jury trial. It’s unclear whether Whitney’s arrest will further delay justice for the plaintiff in that case.

Original Arrest Story here

Operation Rescue reported that Whitney has faced license suspension and probation in the past and has been accused of illegal late-term abortions beyond the limits set by law by improperly using ultrasound to determine fetal age. Whitney defiantly closed his Daytona Beach abortion clinic rather than comply with laws governing clinic safety.

Whitney was later disciplined by the state for the incident – read here

Orlando Women’s Center is owned by the notorious abortionist James Pendergraft, who is also no stranger to legal problems. On July 6, 2010, Pendergraft had his medical license suspended for a fourth time for botched abortions, committing illegal late-term abortions, and dispensing drugs without a license.

According to Michele Herzog, the director of Orlando’s Pro-life Action Ministries, Whitney has since taken over the work load from Pendergraft, doing an estimated 75% of all abortions at Pendergraft’s five Florida abortion mills.

“We will be forwarding documents to the Florida Medical Board today asking for the emergency suspension of Whitney’s license based on unprofessional conduct and criminal activity,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.

Whitney’s arrest follows recent news of abortionists nationwide in trouble with the law, including the conviction and jailing two weeks ago of Massachusetts abortionist Rapin Osathanondh on a charge of manslaughter in the abortion death of Laura Hope Smith. Medical licenses of four other abortionists were suspended this month in Maryland and New Jersey on charges ranging from wrongful death, illegal late-term abortions, and aiding and abetting the unlicensed practice of medicine.

“The dirty truth about the unseemly side of the abortion industry is being exposed like never before and abortionists are finally beginning to be brought to justice after years of abortion abuses,” said Newman. “Whitney is by far no exception, but rather the rule when it comes to abortionists who are operating outside the law. Illegal activity by abortionists is systemic in the industry and that places lives at risk.”

Operation Rescue works to expose and report abortion abuses and is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and convictions of abortionists who are breaking the law.

H/T Forerunner:

Florida DOH recommends suspension of abortionist Randall Whitney’s medical license

By Jay Rogers Published October 9, 2012

ORLANDO, Florida (www.forerunner.com) – A complaint filed by the Florida Department of Health on August 20th, 2012 against abortionist Randall Whitney recommends one of several penalties, including revocation or suspension of his medical license.

(See the full text of the complaint here.)

The complaint is linked to a 2010 incident in which Whitney to pleaded “nolo contendere” for a charge of misdemeanor battery. An arrest report describes how Whitney slapped a woman on operating table at Orlando Women’s Center. According to an account told by pro-life sidewalk counselor, Whitney was taken from the scene in handcuffs. The complaint was filed on August 17th, 2012, but has not yet resulted in a disciplinary judgment.

It is not known whether the medical board will view this case in light of several recent lawsuit cases against Whitney. These include two pending medical malpractice suits from 2011 and 2012, Darosa vs. Whitney, et al, and Uzzle vs. Whitney, et al. Another suit involving Whitney’s gross malpractice resulted in a $36.7 million judgment in July 2011. Prior to the multi-million dollar lawsuit, Randall Whitney declared bankruptcy. Consequently, Orlando Women’s Center and James Pendergraft have become the targets of the plaintiffs.

Discipline Cases

Previous Disciplinary Actions listed by the Florida Board of Medicine reveal:

3 record(s) found.
Name License Profession City State Case # Action Taken
WHITNEY, RANDALL B. 8859 Medical Doctor ORLANDO FL 18306 Suspension-Other Penalty Imposed
WHITNEY, RANDELL B. 8859 Medical Doctor ORLANDO FL 15606 Suspension-Other Penalty Imposed
WHITNEY, RANDALL B 8859 Medical Doctor ORLANDO FL 37303 Probation – Other Major Penalty

The current complaint reads this way:

WHEREFORE, the Petitioner respectfully requests that the Board of Medicine enter an order imposing one or more of the following penalties: permanent revocation or suspension of Respondent’s license, restriction of practice, imposition of an administrative fine, issuance of a reprimand, placement of the Respondent on probation, corrective action, refund of fees billed or collected, remedial education and/or any other relief that the Board deems appropriate.

SIGNED this 17th day of August, 2012.

John H. Armstrong, MD
State Surgeon General and
Secretary of Health

Previously reported:

H/T To Pro-Life Florida Blog September 23,2010

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Florida National Abortion Federation abortion clinic member Calls Ambulance for Abortion Patient

Posted in 911 calls, Abortion, Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortion complication, Abortion injury, Abortion Regulation, Abortionist, Joyce Tarnow, National Abortion Federation, quinacrine, Randall Whitney with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 15, 2011 by saynsumthn

Another NAF Abortion Clinic Transports Injured Woman Via Ambulance
• Written by Operation Rescue
• Posted April 15, 2011 at 9:14 am

West Palm Beach, FL – Sirens could be heard from far away by pro-life witnesses as an ambulance rushed to the Presidential Women’s Center abortion clinic in West Palm Beach, Florida, last Saturday, April 9, 2011, to transport a woman to the hospital for emergency care.

The abortion clinic offers abortions through 23 weeks gestation and is a member of the National Abortion Federation (NAF), an affiliation of abortionists with notoriously poor health and safety records.

This was the third reported emergency transport witnessed by pro-life activists from an NAF abortion clinic over the weekend of April 8-9, 2011.

The abortionist on duty at Presidential Women’s Center during the medical emergency was Michael Benjamin, who has a history of Medical Board discipline and has a current public complaint on file, according to the Florida Department of Health. Abortionist Frank Rodriguez is also known to do abortions there.

The ambulance pulled into the back alley where emergency workers loaded gurney bearing an injured woman then sped away to an unknown hospital emergency room. The woman’s condition remains unknown.

One quick-thinking activist photographed the arrival of the ambulance then drove to the back of the building to further document the incident.

“This is not the first time we have seen ambulances at Presidential Women’s Center,” said M. Susan Pine, President of FACE Life, Inc., the local pro-life group on the scene last Saturday. “Presidential is simply another butcher shop.”

One day before the West Palm Beach incident, pro-lifers documented two ambulances at the Affiliated Medical Services in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, transporting separate women for emergency care.

“More and more, savvy pro-lifers are documenting the incidents they witness. In exposing these medical emergencies, activists are tearing back the veil so the public an better understand the true dangers of abortion at the hands of men and women who are all too often little better than quacks,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.
“Respectable physicians do not sink to the level of being an abortionist, leaving the abortion cartel with only the unscrupulous and the dangerous. With abortion clinics nearly unaccountable to the law, it is little wonder that we are seeing so many injuries. We call on the authorities in Florida and Wisconsin to strictly enforce abortion laws already on the books, close these dangerous abortion clinics, and bring the botched abortion perpetrators to justice.”

Photos courtesy of FACE Life, Inc.

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On Michael Benjamin’s Website – he lists himself as “Florida’s most experienced abortion provider” …HMMM- what does that tell you about the rest of the quacks performing abortions in Florida ?

A group called Women of Color is upset that dr. Benjamin uses quinacrine which they claim is for the purpose of sterilizing the poor…they write,

Quinacrine Sterilization: advertised and used to sterilize women in Florida!
Dr. Randall B. Whitney, M.D., of Family Planning, Inc., a private clinic in Daytona Beach,currently advertises and offers quinacrine sterilizations. (See http://www.drwhitney.com for more
information).

Dr. Michael Benjamin, M.D., of Benjamin Surgical Services International in Ft. Lauderdale plans to offer quinacrine sterilizations in his practice as soon as a pharmacy can compound the drug. (See http://www.drbenjamin.com for more information). An October 4, 1998 Miami Herald article reported that Dr. Michael Benjamin views QS as “a practical answer to one of the
world’s biggest problems—overpopulation,” and that he would provide it free to low-income women. In his email communication with reproductive rights advocates from Hampshire College, he commented on whom he would target for quinacrine sterilization: “Bear in mind that we are not talking about Susie Smith in Suburbia under the care of Jack Jones MD,” he writes. “We’re talking about women with burgeoning families, little food, little money, little health care, possible AIDs, and no reliable contraception.”

This is not shocker since Michael Benjamin also aborted children , mostly low-income and Black Haitian children at the Women’s Clinic run by former abortion clinic owner Joyce Tarnow.

Tarnow had advocated over-population myths for years and has said tat we should not assist nation’s like Haiti but allow them to “Stew in their own juices.” More on Tarnow’s racist ideas here

In Testimony before the House Health care Committee, Full Committee Meeting September 14 and 15, 1989, Florida House of Representatives, abortionist Michael Benjamin
described the average abortion patient in a derogatory way, “I think it is basically a personality type who generally has her life out of control and unfortunately nowadays there are no shortage of people in general whose lives are out of control. They drift, they tend to live for the moment in terms not only of their sexual practices but in terms of their economic lives and they are people in general who don’t think beyond the moment, who don’t plan for tomorrow, and who really will take life as it comes and deal with the rest later. …

I wonder how this abortion patient would describe him? Just Say’n