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Emergency responders rush to Planned Parenthood for bleeding patient

Posted in 911 calls, Planned Parenthood Ambulance with tags , , , , , , , on December 12, 2015 by saynsumthn

Set the stage, emergency responders rush to a Planned Parenthood, a woman is rolled out on a gurney bleeding and the media….the media…is conveniently absent. Tragically this scene plays out over and over again at abortion clinics across the country with apparently little to no concern by the main stream media which has been on a campaign to smear peaceful pro-life people after a tragic shooting took place at a Colorado Planned Parenthood last month.

PLanned Parenthood Ohio ambulance

A recent incident took place at an Ohio Planned Parenthood facility October 9, 2015. Audio from the 911 call revealed Planned Parenthood staff working at their abortion facility located at 3255 E. Main Street in Columbus called for the ambulance to transfer a patient they identified as having low pressure caused by bleeding.

PLanned Parenthood Ohio ambulance patient2

Video of the tragic event was captured by pro-lifers and documents a Planned Parenthood patient being wheeled to a waiting ambulance with a sheet over her head. Members of Created Equal’s Sidewalk Ministry were on the ground when the medic team rushed the patient away from the abortion giant’s office.

Um, this is Tracy I’m one of the nurses calling from Planned Parenthood,” the abortion clinic caller tells 911.

We have a patient who is inter-op, having an elective D+E [abortion] and we have a little bit of a bleed,” she says, adding that the patient’s “blood pressure is low.”

They then transfer the call to the medic who tells the 911 operator he knows “right where its at.”

Created Equal points out that while the abortion media claims to care for women, they refuse to report the dangers of abortion while hyping “clinic violence” like the tragic shooting at a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood. In response to the media’s claim that “pro-life rhetoric” was somehow to blame, Live Action News published several examples of violent acts by abortion workers and supporters. In addition, pro-life organizations have documented the poor medical care women receive at various abortion centers as well as the names of hundreds of women who have been killed as a result of so-called “safe and legal” abortion. But, on this “violence” the media remains silent.

Mark Harrington, National Director, for Created Equal called the media’s double standard “deplorable” stating, “While we found this opportunistic effort to score political points in the wake of the Colorado tragedy deplorable, Created Equal has indeed long documented the violence inside abortion clinics—dismembering preborn humans. Now adding to this evidence of abortion violence is disturbing footage of one woman’s tragic experience inside Planned Parenthood of Columbus, OH,” he said.

Harrington added that Created Equal will continue to document the horrors of abortion sending a message to Planned Parenthood that his group, “will investigate your botched abortions leading to sterility and even death of adult women. Abortion is never safe for the babies you kill. And it is dangerous for mothers, too,” he stated.

To date, there has been no additional information on this woman’s condition.

Pro-abortion man stabs pregnant girlfriend to death for refusing his abortion demands

Posted in pro-choice, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence with tags , , , , , , , , , on December 8, 2011 by saynsumthn

Houston police have arrested a 19-year-old man who they say stabbed a woman to death last year and then abandoned her body in a ditch, all because she refused to abort his child.

Joseph Mike Devia, who was in Chicago after enrolling in the Navy, was arrested Wednesday morning, the Houston Chronicle reported.

Court documents show Devia has been charged in the August 2010 death of Omoyeme Obehi Erazua, who was found in a ditch on the far west side of town in the 10500 block of Richmond.

Erazula had been staying at a shelter, and tests showed she was pregnant, and DNA tests all but prove Devia is the father.

Investigators found text messages indicating Devia knew he was the father and wanted her to have an abortion. When they interviewed him, he said he did not know her “very well,” according to court documents.

Blood on the woman’s clothes also matched Devia’s DNA, police say.

MANAGER of ABORTION CLINIC awaits trial AFTER ATTACK ON PRO-LIFE ACTIVIST

Posted in abortion clinic safety, Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortion clinic worker arrested, Abortionist, Abortionist arrested, pro-choice, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on November 30, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Man Awaiting Trial After Attacking Pro-Life Activist
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — A pro-life activist says she was body slammed by the manager of a Kansas City, Kansas abortion clinic.assaul The activist says she was walking to her car after a four hour protest when she was assaulted.

Now the case will go to trial. The witness thought he was watching a purse snatching so he called 911. Turns out, the scuffle was over a camera and now has the manager of the Aid for Women at 7th & Central faces misdemeanor battery.

“I started hearing some screaming,” said witness Kyle Nelson. “It sounded like this woman was being robbed.”

Nelson called 911 as he ran toward a man and woman struggling.

“He grabbed her arms in a way, and they had the camera you know in their hands,” he said. “He flipped her like you would in a wrestling move to get someone onto the ground.”
Mary Anne Sause is a pro-life activist. She was putting away her signs when she says Mark Pederson, the clinic’s manager came up to her car and took pictures.

“I’m thinking as a former rape victim that he’s going to find out where I live,” Sause said. “He literally picked me up and body slammed me into the ground.”

Another witness ran outside when she heard the attack.

“I heard Mary Anne scream and his arms were on her,” said Robin Marriott with the Pregnancy Resource Center.

She came outside of the business and says she told Pederson to let Sause go.

“I just told him, it doesn’t need to come to this kind of behavior,” Marriott said. “I knew he’d been trying to take a picture of her license plate, well that’s what he said he was trying to take a picture of her license plate for FBI reasons.”

The victim says she was the charges were more harsh.

“Honestly, I think it should be a felony aggravated charge because he did have the weapon him,” Sause said.

Mark Pederson wouldn’t talk on camera and off-camera he still didn’t really want to give his side of the events other than to say he does have a permit to carry a gun. He says that day he left the gun at work before crossing the street to take pictures of Sause.

Pederson’s trial is December 28 in Kansas City, Kan. municipal court. If convicted he could face a year in jail although the prosecutor tells FOX 4 anger management is more likely.

Pro-Lifers Receiving Death Threats

Posted in pro-choice, pro-choice violence, Pro-Life, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on June 22, 2009 by saynsumthn

The Wichita Eagle ran a front-page story about threats of violence against Operation Rescue and other pro-life groups.

Abortion opponents receive death threats By Tim Potter,
The Wichita Eagle June 19, 2009
Troy Newman, president of Operation Rescue, says the number of threats has increased since the slaying of George Tiller. Three Wichita-based anti-abortion groups say they have received death threats in response to last month’s killing of George Tiller. For years, Operation Rescue has received threats, but the number increased markedly after Tiller’s killing, the group’s president, Troy Newman, said Thursday. Some of the threats have been aimed at anti-abortion activities planned in Wichita this weekend, Newman said. Soon after Tiller’s shooting, police contacted four to five local anti-abortion groups, asking them to contact authorities if they received threats, said Wichita police Capt. Brent Allred.

Allred said police would investigate threats on either side of the abortion issue. “That’s our job… to take a fair and impartial role on this,” he said. For this weekend’s events, off-duty officers have been hired to help provide security, Newman said. It wasn’t clear Thursday whether on-duty officers will be used. The activities will include a prayer vigil Saturday near Tiller’s clinic on East Kellogg. One e-mail referring to this weekend’s activities said there would be “vengeance,” Newman said. Newman said he has received other troubling messages since the shooting. In one, a man said, “You’re dead, punk….” In another, a woman threatened Newman and his family. Newman said he has reported some of the threats to police and that he is taking security measures. “You’re aware of your surroundings, no matter where you are,” he said.

‘Emotions are… high’ Around the nation, anti-abortion leaders have been taking precautions before and after the shooting, said the Rev. Patrick Mahoney, director of the Washington, D.C.-based Christian Defense Coalition. “I don’t want to go into detail, but I know for a fact that numerous pro-life leaders travel with bulletproof vests,” Mahoney said. Wichita is now at the “epicenter” of the fallout over Tiller’s death, he said. A gunman shot Tiller as he was serving as an usher May 31 at his church near Rock Road and 13th Street. “Emotions are running very high in Wichita,” said Mahoney, who said he plans to be at the anti-abortion activities here this weekend. Within hours of the May 31 shooting, Newman said, Allred called to say that authorities were concerned that someone could seek retaliation for Tiller’s death by attacking anti-abortion leaders.

Although abortion opponents have widely condemned the shooting, some of them have been accused of encouraging the attack on Tiller by vocal, often bitter, opposition to doctors performing abortions. Tiller was one of the few doctors nationally providing late-term abortions. Scott Roeder, a 51-year-old who has lived around the Kansas City area and has protested at abortion clinics, has been charged with first-degree murder in Tiller’s death. Mahoney, the Christian Defense Coalition leader, said he has received about 50 death threats over the years but didn’t receive what he would consider a direct death threat after the Tiller shooting – although one man called to say, “You better watch yourself.”

Abortion is an emotional, controversial subject on both sides of the issue, and when you have that kind of emotion… on the fringes of both sides of the divide you’re going to have people who lash out,” he said. Other threats Just a few hours after the Tiller shooting, Mary Wilkinson was answering phones at the Wichita office of the anti-abortion group Kansans for Life when she got a call that stunned and scared her, she said. “This person was out of control, emotionally, you could just tell” – speaking in a loud, angry tone about Tiller’s killing, she said. She said she wanted to tell him, “We did not have anything to do with this…. That’s not what this organization is about. We were horrified about it and sad about it. Killing is never the answer.” But the person – it sounded like a man, but she wasn’t sure – wouldn’t let her “get a word in edgewise,” she said. “I hope you’re happy,” the person said. “You’ve killed him. Now I hope somebody comes and kills you all.”

The call prompted David Gittrich, the group’s state development director, to call police and report the threat. At the office, the staff waited for an officer to arrive before they left. “Because of that threat, we decided it was time to go home,” Gittrich said. Wilkinson said she feels optimistic now. “I think things are settling down now,” she said. “I just think the community needs some healing time.” A third Wichita-based anti-abortion group, the Kansas Coalition for Life, also has received threats, said the group’s president, Mark Gietzen. Gietzen said he received three serious threats since the shooting, two of which were “bad enough that I called police,” he said. One person left a text message a few hours after the shooting. The message: “One of you is going to die for what you did to Tiller.”

In another story

Fr. Tom Euteneuer, of Human Life International, describes what he and his organization have encountered.

Question: As an outspoken visible pro-life advocate, you work against the goals of pro-abortion politics and the abortion industry.  In what ways have you been threatened, either written or verbally, with physical harm?

Fr. Euteneuer: In the days when I was more actively doing sidewalk counseling, I was threatened with death twice by abortion clinic workers, threatened with physical harm numerous times by boyfriends and others who accompanied women to the clinic and several times I was assaulted by people in vehicles trying to run me over. The verbal harassment is too numerous and gross to recount, especially when directed against a man of the cloth.


Question:
What forms of harassment have you encountered in your work and travels, and which
groups or organizations seem to be sources of intimidation?

Fr. Euteneuer: There has been less harassment in my work with HLI given that I remain mostly in pro-life circles and focus on training and motivating. The anti-lifers are usually in their comfortable air-conditioned offices plotting the destruction of more children and do not harass us too much both because they are cowards and because they don’t need to have direct contact with us.

Several members of our international network who have direct contact with the abortion lobby in their countries do encounter problems however:

  1. In Kenya an abortionist tried to poison our director;
  2. in Mexico, the HLI director found a knife covered with red blood-like liquid stuck in his couch with a message to stay out of abortion;
  3. in Austria the anti-lifers have sued our affiliate (without success) and the city government of Vienna created special laws against them;
  4. in the Philippines there are attacks against the character of our pro-life people and one parliamentarian called for the deportation of HLI’s Dr. Brian Clowes when he did a speaking tour there;
  5. in Ecuador our affiliate leader was threatened with death, satanic graffiti was put on the door of a church against us,  the severed head of a dog was thrown into a church with a desecrated Sacred Host in its mouth.

Question: What specific security steps must you take in order to protect yourself from these attacks?

Fr. Euteneuer: Prayer.


Question:
In addition, have you learned of threats or violence to people close to you or in your family?

Fr. Euteneuer: There has only been intimidation of family members like my father who stands in front of the local Planned Parenthood.  It is regular fare: he has insults hurled at him and bottles thrown from cars.


Question:
How have these instances of intimidation and violence changed over the years?

Fr. Euteneuer: The violence and intimidation seems to change as political fortunes change: it tends to go from personal to institutional. For example, during the Clinton years the FACE Act was passed to shut down Operation Rescue-type protests; we can expect the same and worse in the Obama Administration. The physical assaults and intimidations will likely get worse also as the forces of death are emboldened by radical laws and policies.


Question:
Have threats, intimidation or violent harassment ever come in an open or official capacity?

Fr. Euteneuer: HLI was denied official status at the UN in the late ‘90s due to its strong stance on the life issues. The only other example that I can think of in my case is when the Minister of Health in Zimbabwe officially vetoed my talk to a nursing school in Harare. The incident of Dr. Brian Clowes in the Philippines mentioned above is another example. Other than open criticism in the media, we are more of a grass-roots training and educational organization and under the radar screen of most governments.


Question:
Finally, has there been an increase in irrational behavior including threats and violence?

Fr. Euteneuer: The behaviors have always been irrational, but the new element seems to be an occult element that I believe we will see more in the future. “Death-scorts” seem to be more prone to curse and “pray” against pro-lifers probably due to so many of them being involved in New Age and witchcraft. Some of it is overt and some not. The abortion clinic owner in Rockford, IL periodically comes out of his place dressed in a devil outfit, for example. He also puts blasphemous images of Jesus and religion in the window of the clinic. One abortionist in FL some years ago shook blood from his abortion instruments on the pro-lifers after a morning of killing. We will see much more of this in time.

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