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Posted in Abortion and Sexual Assault, Abortionist, Abortionist arrested with tags , , , , , , , on December 1, 2013 by saynsumthn

All Women’s Clinic in Ft Lauderdale, Florida posts that patients can Direct contact with Doctor Lehrer is by texting your message to (954) 805-5821

More about Dr. Lehrer Doc forces abortion on his wife

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The State of Florida: Division of Administrative Hearings, case # 0098363, and the Miami Herald: 4/24/1988 among other print and television news sources, reveal that in 1988, abortionist Theodore Lehrer was arrested after he performed an abortion on his wife in their home allegedly against her will.

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Lehrer’s wife told police that when he arrived home he requested to have sex with her. She denied him sex stating that she was not feeling well, due to her pregnancy. Lehrer’s wife reported that he then handcuffed her and strapped her to a table in their home, and had sex with her anyway.

Then his wife alleged that he performed an abortion on her without her permission. Local news papers reported that she told authorities he was going to give her an injection to numb the pain, only she felt no injection-just excruciating pain.

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Police along with the State’s Medical Board took action immediately but dismissed all the charges because Lehrer’s wife was too ill to testify against her husband in the case.

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Lehrer shows having a current and active license with the state of Florida and Lehrer continues to perform abortions at the All Women’s Center abortion clinic. His website shows that he is a member of the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, and the National Abortion Federation and other medical organizations.

In another case, according to the Florida Department of Professional Regulations case # 89-13676, abortionist Theodore Lehrer performed an abortion on a patient at the All Women’s Medical Center in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

After the abortion the woman complained of severe cramping and began to bleed heavily and Lehrer told her to remain in bed and to call him if it got worse. That evening the bleeding became very heavy and she called the clinic and waited 10 minutes for a response before calling the abortion hot line number.

The hotline advised her to go to the emergency room. At the ER, they gave her a prescription for the pain and advised her to see Lehrer the next day.

She reported that when she went to Lehrer’s abortion clinic the next day, he became angry that she went to the emergency room.

She continued to bleed and a few days later again went to the ER where they determined she suffered from an incomplete abortion. Lehrer was issued a “Letter of Guidance” following the complaint to the board.