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911 Dispatch tied up by abortion doc griping about protesters

Posted in Abortionist with tags , , , , , , , , on December 12, 2015 by saynsumthn

In another example of the lack of respect for life a notorious abortion doctor ties up 911 phone lines for over five minutes so he can make a petty call to report protesters at his abortion clinic. Abortionist Jacob Kalo, who owns several abortion clinics in Michigan, is not new to Live Action News readers. Kalo’s lack of concern for the health and safety of others was documented on this site after health officials suspended one of his four abortion facilitates last year.

Now, 911 audio provided by pro-life activist Lynn Mills, reveals that on October 7, 2015 the abortion doctor tied up emergency phone lines for over five minutes to complain about “picketers” forcing the 911 operator to place him on hold at least five times to take real emergency calls.

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“My name is doctor Kalo, I’m, the owner of 57, sorry, 6765 Orchard Lake Road. I have a clinic over there. And, there is some picketers over there,” he tells the 911 operator.

Kalo then states that this is the third time he has called that week.

As the 911 dispatcher restates the address, she is interrupted by real emergency call, “One second please,” she says.

“What is the name of the business there?” the 911 operator asks Kalo.

It’s Women’s Center,” the abortionist replies.

Kalo, who has been the subject of pickets for years, tells the emergency dispatcher, “I don’t know if they are allowed to picket or not…but according to the bylaws and the state laws if they want to picket…”

He is then abruptly interrupted so the 911 operator can take ANOTHER emergency call.

When she returns several minutes later, she tells Kalo that the pro-lifers ARE allowed to picket.

But, this is not good enough.

Kalo continues to take valuable time away from 911 by complaining because some of the protesters are sitting in chairs telling the 911 dispatcher, “…its not a picnic place…”

He is interrupted for a THIRD TIME so the 911 operator can put his petty call on hold to take a real emergency call.

“I have another emergency call coming in – one minute,” 911 tells Kalo.

When the dispatcher returns, Kalo tells her the pro-lifers are “not walking” adding “this is not picketing.”

Even after the 911 operator tells the abortionist that she will have an officer go by to “take a look” Kalo persists in taking up valuable time saying, “Let me just tell you something. I don’t want to keep repeating…” he says before being interrupted a FOURTH TIME so the emergency dispatcher can take a real emergency call.

Mr. Kalo we’ll send an officer on over there, okay?” 911 asks as they return to the phone.

And…you guessed it, Kalo (the nagging abortionist) continues to chastise the operator, “Yeah, but I don’t want to do that every day,” he says.

911 patiently tells Kalo, “Sir, the most I can do is send an officer over there, okay?

Kalo replies, “Let me just say one more sentence. Somebody has to talk to the guys organizing all of that and let them explain the law.”

911 again tells the abortion doctor they will send an officer over to his clinic.

Kalo still won’t quit, and continues to talk.

911 tell him again that they are extremely busy and says he can hang up or be put on hold so she can take the FIFTH TIME so she can take another emergency call.

He wanted to be put on hold…and he waits again for the 911 dispatcher to some back to the phone.

The audio ends at that point. But Lynn Mills said that the call continued for several more minutes. According to the police report obtained by Mills, police responded to find two older women sitting in chairs outside Kalo’s abortion clinic.

Kalo Police Report

You can listen to the call here.

Planned Parenthood calls ambulance for patient because they could not stop bleeding

Posted in 911 calls, abortion clinic safety, Planned Parenthood Ambulance with tags , , , , , , , , , , on May 19, 2015 by saynsumthn

New 911 recordings obtained by Operation Rescue show that a Planned Parenthood patient in Spokane who was transported to the hospital on April 15, 2015, was hemorrhaging.

The emergency was at the Planned Parenthood located at 123 E Indiana Ave in Spokane, Washington, Operated by: Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho.

From their report:

    This is Angie from Planned Parenthood. We need an ambulance for a patient we can’t get to stop bleeding,” a Planned Parenthood caller told a 911 dispatcher.

    The Planned Parenthood worker was transferred to a Fire Department dispatcher who asked her what happened. The rest of the recording was redacted.

    Planned Parenthood in Spokane had no ability to treat this patient who suffered a common abortion complication. Many women are not aware that free-standing abortion facilities cannot help them in the event of a medical emergency and that there will be delays in receiving emergency care,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.

    Pro-life activists with Sidewalk Advocates for Life of Spokane shot video footage as an ambulance loaded a patient at the Indiana Health Center of Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Spokane, Washington, then sped away to a local hospital with lights flashing and sirens blaring.

Although there is no documentation the woman was having an abortion, Planned Parenthood has been negligent in getting help for abortion patients who were bleeding in the past.

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Case in point is 24-year-old Tonya Reaves who bled for five hours after her abortion at a Chicago Planned Parenthood.

By the time Planned Parenthood got Tonya to the hospital it was too late and she died.

Read more on that here.

The CEO of Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho, once said the organization had an “image problem.”

When asked by a member about Planned Parenthood being known for abortion Karl Eastlund, President of Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho, responded, “We unfortunately do have a marketing and an image problem, so, we have not been able to sell to the public, and to inform them of the services we do as well as we would like to…”

Well, one thing is for sure, we can add “valet services” to that list. That is, they will call an ambulance for you – hopefully in time to help!

Planned Parenthood Patient Rushed to Hospital Hours Ago in St. Louis

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on August 21, 2013 by saynsumthn

According to Coalition for Life of St Louis October 11, 2013 – the third ambulance this month has arrived at Planned Parenthood:

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Operation Rescue is reporting that Pro-life activists were on the scene at Planned Parenthood in St. Louis, Missouri, this morning August 21,2013 at approximately 11:10 a.m. when an ambulance arrived and rushed a gurney into the abortion clinic.

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According to an eyewitness report from James Capps, an intern for the Coalition For Life St. Louis, a woman was brought out of the clinic about 10 minutes later while two Planned Parenthood employees tried to prevent anyone from photographing the event.

“Two [Planned Parenthood] workers . . .were holding a large gray screen in an attempt to shield viewers from seeing the girl. But I could still see her from my position; it was a young black girl on a stretcher covered neck to toe in white sheets,” reported Capps. “Talk about a scary, heart-wrenching experience. That is something I do not want to see again. . . Simply put I was terrified for her. Please pray.”

Capps snapped photos with his cell phone of the ambulance at the scene, which raced away toward a local hospital. The condition of the woman and the extent of her injuries are unknown at this time.

This is the 32nd medical emergency Operation Rescue has documented at Planned Parenthood abortion clinics nationwide since January, 2012.

More Planned Parenthood Emergency Calls here and here and here

Also in Missouri:

St Louis, Jan 2013

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Mary Maschmeier, the director of Defenders of the Unborn, emailed LifeNews photos of the botched abortion patient and commented on what happened.

“A short time later on this Saturday Jan. 19, 2013, an ambulance arrived at the abortion mill to transport a Hispanic women to an area hospital at 11:00 a.m. She was followed by the baby’s father. He was unwilling to talk to us,” she explained. “Since Nov. the day after Thanksgiving three women have been taken to an area hospital. This is safe and legal procedure? How many more women will be harmed at this mill before the authorities take action? As you see in the pictures the woman was covered up.”

St. Louis, DECEMBER 2012
Operation Rescue is reporting that

StlPP-12262012For the third time since Thanksgiving, a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in St. Louis, Missouri, has transported a woman to the hospital for emergency care, making it one of the most dangerous abortion clinics in the nation.

On December 26, at approximately 9:30 a.m., an ambulance was photographed by local activists loading a Planned Parenthood patient into an ambulance. The ambulance was accompanied by two police cruisers.

St. Louis November 21, 2012

According to Operation Rescue, A St. Louis Planned Parenthood patient was rushed to a nearby hospital after suffering serious abortion complications the day before Thanksgiving. Paramedics arrived at the abortion clinic at approximately 2:45 p.m. on November 21, 2012, and removed the patient from the building with her face covered with a cloth.

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In Feb of 2011
Emergency responders removed a patient from a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in St. Louis, Missouri, on Saturday morning and rushed her to the emergency room at Barnes-Jewish-Christian Hospital.

A witness, pro-life sidewalk counselor Marty Bennet, took over a dozen photos of the dramatic incident as the woman was wheeled out the clinic and into an awaiting ambulance. Photos showed that the woman’s head was covered and that there was no IV bag or any other sign of ongoing emergency care. There was no evidence that any Planned Parenthood staff member accompanied her to the hospital.

Bennet left a note offering assistance on the vehicle that accompanied the ambulance to the hospital. Later, the husband of the botched abortion victim contacted him to thank him for his concerns. He indicated that his wife is in stable condition.

“From June 2009 until April 2010, nine ambulances have been at Planned Parenthood and each time a client was transported to Barnes Hospital,” said Bennet in a written statement. “Is this safe medical care?”

April 1997
St Louis MO

Nichole Williams, age 22 and the mother of three, went to Reproductive Health Services in St. Louis for a first-trimester abortion on April 25, 1997. Reproductive Health is run by Planned Parenthood of St. Louis, and the abortion was performed by Dr. Robert Crist, who is their medical director. Before the abortion was completed, Dr. Crist noticed that Nichole was having breathing difficulties. He finished the procedure and instructed staff to call for an ambulance. She was taken to Barnes-Jewish Hospital where she would die later that day. Nichole was the third woman to die after having an abortion by Dr. Crist. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch: “Abortion-Related Death Spurs Activists Pleas,” April 27, 1997; Miscellaneous, April 26, 1997; “Woman’s Death After Abortion Under Scrutiny,” April 29, 1997; “Abortion Doctor Much Despised, Much Praised,” April 29, 1997; “Drug Was Fatal In ’88 Abortion,” April 30, 1997)

‪AMS: Nuclear Public Health Emergencies‬‏

Posted in Disasters, Nuke Plant, Radiation Poisoning with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 30, 2011 by saynsumthn

Talk given by a member of the CDC at the recent American Meteorological Society’s annual conference.

Broadcast Meteorologists and Pre-event Messaging for a Nuclear Public Health Emergency

Charles W. Miller, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA; and M. C. McCurley

Research sponsored by the Radiation Studies Branch of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicated that the American public might very well look to their local broadcast meteorologist for help and direction in the event of a terrorist attack involving radiation, such as a an explosive radiological dispersal device, i.e. a “dirty bomb,” or an improvised nuclear device, much as they currently do for natural disasters (such as tornados and hurricanes). The public indicated they are familiar with their local broadcast meteorologist and they trust the information they receive from this source. In response to this research finding, CDC has partnered with the AMS Committee on the Station Scientist to provide public health messages and training materials that will allow broadcast meteorologists to provide life-saving information to the public during a public health emergency involving the release of radioactive materials (see http://www.ametsoc.org/stationscientist/radiological_dispersion.html). These materials can prepare broadcast meteorologists with answers to many of questions they and their audience will have in the event of a nuclear or radiological emergency.

Effective communications with the public will be especially critical in the event of an attack involving an improvised nuclear device. In the immediate vicinity of the attack, accurate information must be available as quick as possible to help save lives in the aftermath of the massive explosion, fires, and dangerous fallout. As the fallout from the detonation moves downwind, levels will quickly become too low to be immediately life-threatening. However, measureable levels of radiation from the blast will be found many kilometers downwind, and people will be very concerned about the potential long-term adverse impact on their health.

A group of agencies from within the Federal government is working together to develop a coordinated, multi-agency set of messages for the public that can be used in the immediate aftermath of a nuclear detonation. These messages are being designed to be applicable at a time when hard data are often lacking. They are based on the best scientific information available, including the latest atmospheric dispersion modeling, which can be used to predict the range and magnitude of the effects of such a detonation. Any information that is available immediately following a detonation will be highly uncertain, and, as a result, public messages will likely have to be modified as new information becomes available. This uncertainly will increase the challenge of communicating effectively with the public throughout the event.

In addition to these pre-event messages, the Interagency Modeling and Atmospheric Assessment Center (IMAAC) is developing templates for briefing products that can be provided to State, local, and tribal decision makers to assist them in making appropriate decisions for protecting the health and welfare of impacted people. These proposed briefing products will include maps forecasting the location of the various levels of destruction and the movement of the fallout cloud. These briefing products could potentially be made available to broadcast meteorologists for use on the air during an emergency.

Broadcast meteorologists have two important activities they should become involved in concerning both the pre-event messages and the IMAAC briefing products that are being developed. First, they must become familiar with these products so they can effectively use them during a nuclear or radiological emergency. Second, they should review all of these products for clarity and usability, and provide appropriate feedback to the product developers so all of the products will be as useful as possible. These activities will significantly strengthen our nation’s ability to provide life-saving information to the public during a public health emergency involving the release of radioactive materials.

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Irwin Redlener from the National Center for Disaster Preparedness: How to survive a nuclear attack (TED Conference)

This 2008 report from the GAO is interesting to read: First Responders’ Ability to Detect and Model Hazardous Releases in Urban Areas Is Significantly LimitedClick Here

Doomsday Seed Vault in Svalbard Norway

Posted in Genetically Modified Food, New World Order with tags , , , , , , , on August 2, 2010 by saynsumthn

“The Svalbard Global Seed Vault, or the Doomsday Vault as the media have nicknamed it, was officially opened on February 26, 2008, to serve as the ultimate safety net for one of the world’s most important natural resources. The world’s seed collections are vulnerable to a wide range of threats – civil strife, war, natural catastrophes, and, more routinely but no less damagingly, poor management, lack of adequate funding, and equipment failures.“ Global Crop Diversity Trust

This ‘Doomsday Vault’ is part of an effort to protect the planet’s diminishing biodiversity.

The facility was dug deep into the frozen rock of an Arctic mountain on Spitsbergen, one of 3 Arpichelago Islands in Norway. Any seeds stored here will be secure for centuries, or longer.

As well as protecting against the loss of multicultural diversity, the vault is going to provide the salvation for restarting agricultural production at the regional or global level in the wake of a natural or man-made disaster.

Contingencies for climate change have been worked into the plan. Even in the worst-case scenarios of global warming, the vault rooms will remain naturally frozen for up to 200 years.

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Kill Switch: Obama Can Shut Down Internet For 4 Months Under New Emergency Powers

Posted in free speech, Internet, Net Neutrality with tags , , , , , , , , , , on June 25, 2010 by saynsumthn

Published on 06-25-2010

The Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee yesterday unanimously approved a major cybersecurity legislation that would structure how the federal government protects public and private sector cyber networks.

Crafted by Ranking Member Susan Collins and Sens. Joe Lieberman and Tom Carper, the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act of 2010 calls for the creation of a White House Office of Cyberspace Policy to spearhead federal and private sector efforts to secure critical cyber networks and assets. The office would be headed by a Senate-confirmed director who would be accountable to the public. The bill also creates a new center within the Department of Homeland Security to adopt cybersecurity policies related to federal and private sector networks.

“Catastrophic cyber attack is no longer a fantasy or a fiction,” Lieberman said. “It is a clear and present danger. This legislation would fundamentally reshape the way the federal government defends America’s cyberspace. It takes a comprehensive, risk-based, and collaborative approach to addressing critical vulnerabilities in our own defenses. We believe our bill would go a long way toward improving the security of our government and private critical infrastructure, and therefore the security of the American people.”

Collins said it is important to realize the threat of a catastrophic cyber attack is not theoretical, but very real. The sergeant at arms has reported the computer systems in executive branch agencies and in congressional agencies are now under cyber attack an average of 1.8 billion times a month, a number she called “extraordinary.”

“Cyber crime costs our national economy billions of dollars annually,” Collins said. “And intelligence officials have warned over and over again that these attacks are becoming more and more sophisticated. The fact is: We cannot fail to act. We can’t wait until there is a cyber 9/11 and say, ‘Why didn’t we act? We knew this was coming.’ The attacks are ongoing even as we meet. So we must act, and I believe we have drafted a responsible bill to do so.”

Although society has reaped enormous benefits from the use of the Internet, adversaries have identified cyberspace as an ideal 21st-century battlefield, Carper said.
“We have to take steps now to modernize our approach to protecting this valuable, but vulnerable, resource,” he said. “This legislation is a vital tool that America needs to better protect cyber space. It encourages the government and the private sector to work together to address this growing threat and provides the tools and resources for America to be successful in this critical effort.”

DRUDGE:

Senator Joe Lieberman, co-author of a bill that would give President Obama a ‘kill switch’ to shut down parts of the Internet, attempted to reassure CNN viewers that concerns about the government regulating free speech on the web were overblown, but he only stoked more alarm by citing China, a country that censors all online dissent against the state, as the model to which American should compare itself.

During an appearance on CNN’s State of the Union with Candy Crowley, Lieberman characterized concerns that his 197-page Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act (PDF) legislation represents an attempt to hand Obama “absolute power” over the Internet as “total misinformation,” adding that people were “intentionally peddling misinformation”.

Lieberman again invoked “cybersecurity” as the motivation behind the bill and tried to assuage the worries of critics. “So I say to my friends on the Internet, relax. Take a look at the bill. And this is something that we need to protect our country,” said the Senator.

However, Lieberman’s choice of comparison in justifying the necessity of the bill will only serve to heighten concerns that the government is going after free speech.