An abortion clinic where a women was removed by ambulance wrapped like a mummy has bragged they raised $44,000 in a bowl-a-thon to continue their horrific business.
Preterm abortion clinic in Cleveland, Ohio posted this to their Facebook page today, “This morning, our hearts are full… While the final tally is still being counted, we know that our bowl-a-thon raised over $44,000 for abortion access! Thanks to all who bowled, donated, and supported us in this event!”
They were congratulated on Twitter by a second abortion rights group, the Abortion care Network.
No mention was made of the woman injured just days before nor the death of Lakisha Wilson a year ago:
Perhaps they use will all that money for the women they injure during abortions!
But, I doubt that !!!
Just days ago, Operation Rescue reported that for the second time since the death of Lakisha Wilson last year, abortionist Lisa Perriera has sent yet another patient to the emergency room.
An ambulance arrived at Preterm abortion clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, shortly before 2:20 pm on Friday, April 24, 2015. At 2:30 p.m., pro-life activist Fred Sokol filmed a woman on a gurney, “wrapped like a mummy,” in his words. She was completely covered in pink and purple blankets as she was wheeled out of Preterm and loaded into an awaiting ambulance.
There appeared to be no visible IV bag or any other sign of ongoing medical treatment.
The ambulance then sat parked in front of Preterm for an additional 15 minutes before leaving for a hospital presumed to be Case Medical Center, where Perriera holds admitting privileges. Her current condition — or even if she survived — remains unknown.
Pastor Dale Henkel, who is a regular on the sidewalks outside Preterm praying and offering help to abortion-bound women, confirmed to Operation Rescue that Perriera was the abortionist on duty at the abortion facility on the day of the incident.
According to Operation Rescue, Perriera was responsible for the botched second trimester abortion that killed Lakisha Wilson on March 21, 2014, but was never held accountable by the Ohio Department of Health or the Medical Board, despite evidence that laws were violated. Calls for a criminal investigation have also fallen on deaf ears.
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