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This month in history: Abortion “Butcher of Avenue A” convicted of severing the arm of a child during an abortion

Posted in Abortionist, Abortionist and Live Birth, Abortionist arrested, Abortionist loses medical license, Dreaded Complication, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on March 3, 2014 by saynsumthn

hayat4 In February of 1993, NY Abortionist Abu Hayat was convicted after he ripped the arm off a 32-week unborn child during an abortion. The girl was born alive.

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This is Ana Rosa Rodriguez.

Ana Rosa Rodriguez lost an arm in a failed abortion attempt

Ana Rosa Rodriguez lost an arm in a failed abortion attempt

Ana Rosa

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The East Village doctor was convicted of performing an illegal third-trimester abortion in which he severed the arm of a fetus. The doctor was the first person convicted of conducting an illegal abortion in New York State in more than a decade.

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In Feb of 1993, after four and a half days of deliberation, a jury in State Supreme Court in Manhattan found Dr. Abu Hayat guilty of assault on Rosa Rodriguez and her baby, Ana Rosa. He was also convicted of two counts of assault on another patient.

In her testimony Rodriguez describes how she was strapped in stirrups and held down by Hayat and his assistants while she pleaded with him to stop the abortion. She testified that she changed her mind about the abortion after Hayat stuck a four inch needle inside her stomach which she claims was dirty, and that she could hear other women in the clinic screaming. She asked the abortionist why the women were screaming and she testified he responded, “Not everyone can pay for anesthesia.”

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Hayat was nicknamed the Butcher of Avenue A.

The child’s mother said she plans to tell her daughter what happened.

Ana Rosa Mother to tell daughter

In June of 1993, abortionist Abu Hayat was sentenced to 22 years in prison, but was released on parole in 2006.

He tried to have his name changed but a judge refused his request to do so.