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Planned Parenthood celebrates as woman who killed baby with abortion drugs not charged with murder

Posted in Abortion pill, Cyotec, Planned Parenthood illegal activity with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 11, 2015 by saynsumthn

REPUBLISHED FROM LIFE DYNAMICS BLOG:

The nation’s top seller of abortions, Planned Parenthood said they are “glad” a murder charge has been dropped against a woman who killed her unborn child using an abortion pill she purchased online.

Kenlissia Jones

23-year-old Kenlissa Jones allegedly took the abortion pill, Cytotec, after she purchased it off the internet to abort he five-and-a-half-month-old baby boy.

The drug, also known as Misoprostol, is promoted by abortion advocates in home abortion remedies online.

According to reports, Jones got a neighbor to take her to the hospital, but she delivered the baby boy in the car on the way.

Dougherty County police say that Jones’ baby boy died after about half an hour at the hospital and originally charged Jones with malice murder and possession of a dangerous drug.

Now, according to the AP, Dougherty County District Attorney Greg Edwards has dropped the murder charge and is pursuing a drug possession count instead.

He said Jones still faces a misdemeanor charge of possessing a dangerous drug, which Georgia law defines as any drug requiring a prescription.

In a tweet posted just after the decision became public, Planned Parenthood wrote, “We’re glad to see Kenlissia’s murder charges dropped—but alarmed at what can happen if safe abortion is inaccessible.”

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As previously reported, abortion supporters originally came to Jones’ defense in a similar way as they rushed to defend Purvi Patel, an Indiana woman who was sentenced to 20 years in prison on feticide and neglect charges after she took abortion pills she had ordered to abort her roughly thirty (30) week pregnancy.

While Planned Parenthood says they are “alarmed at what can happen if safe abortion is inaccessible” they are blocking measures to tell women that they can reverse the affects of abortion pills to keep their babies.

The abortion business has recently filed a federal lawsuit to stop a new law in Arkansas which requires abortionists to notify their patients that the abortion pill can be reversed.

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They join a litany of so-called pro-choicers who oppose the pro-life measure.

Read more here.

Life Dynamics president, Mark Crutcher has correctly pointed out in the past that abortion advocates have never met a baby they didn’t want to kill.

Abortionist charged with Medicaid Fraud in court today

Posted in Abortion, Abortion and medicaid fraud, Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortion clinic worker arrested, Abortion complication, Abortion death, Abortion injury, Abortion medicaid fraud, Abortionist arrested, Abortionist Medicaid Fraud, Eric Holder, Medicaid Billing Practices, Planned Parenthood with tags , , , , , , , , on February 14, 2013 by saynsumthn

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The Georgia Supreme Court heard an appeal of a pre-trial ruling involving an abortionist accused of illegally using Medicaid funds to perform services associated with abortions. Tyrone Malloy who was involved in the 2009 abortion related death of a 23 year-old patient, was indicted in 2011 by a Georgia DeKalb County grand jury for two counts of Medicaid fraud. The indictment alleges that from 2007-2010, Malloy accepted $131,615 in Medicaid payments to which he wasn’t entitled “because such services were associated with the performance of elective abortions.” The second count alleges that in the same period, Malloy then fraudulently accepted $255,024 in Medicaid payments for “detailed” ultrasounds which had not been performed. If convicted, Malloy could be sentenced to a $10,000 fine or up to 10 years in prison.

Read more here

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On March 21, 2008, 23 year old Sherika Mayo, went to Summit Medical Associates in Atlanta, Georgia for the elective abortion of her 25 week unborn child. After the abortion, while in the recovery room, the woman went into cardiac arrest and was transferred to Atlanta Medical Center where she underwent a hysterectomy and bowel repair. Medical records indicate that vigorous blood product replacement was undertaken, but the women coded in the I.C.U. where she died. The Georgia State Medical Board reviewed the case and determined that the abortionist, Tyrone Malloy, “failed to conform to minimal standards of acceptable and prevailing medical practice.” His license was reprimanded and while he was ordered to pay a $10,000.00 fine, he was allowed to continue practicing and performing abortions.

A Search for Malloy uncovers his resume reveals he is linked to other abortion clinics:

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1985 – Present Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
Assistant Clinical Instructor
1990 – 1997 Atlanta Surgi-Center, Atlanta, GA
Medical Director
1994 – Present Feminist Women’s Health Center, Atlanta, GA
Medical Director
1995 – Present Old National GYN, LLC, College Park, GA
CEO & President
2000 – Present Atlanta Surgi Center, Inc., Atlanta, GA
Chief Operating Officer

And this Search has him saying he is a member of Planned Parenthood:

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Mallory also has ties to Obama’s Attorney General Eric Holder- Read story here

Georgia KKK wants to adopt a stretch of Highway to “clean up the trash” – Yeah Right !

Posted in Klan with tags , , , on June 20, 2012 by saynsumthn

According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution: Driving in, the stretch of Route 515 approaching Union County is as pristine and the Blue Ridge Mountains that loom up ahead. It’s also ground zero in a brewing fight with national implications over the limits of the First Amendment.

That, and fodder for jokesters like Jay Leno, who seized gleefully on the news that the International Keystone Knights of the KKK Realm of Georgia want’s to “adopt” this wholly unremarkable piece of North Georgia asphalt. “KKK wants to join Georgia’s Adopt-A-Highway for litter removal. So you’re just replacing litter w/white trash,” Leno quipped via Twitter.

At least two people in Union County claim membership in the Klan. Self-described Grand Cyclops Harley Hanson gave his name on the state application he filed May 21, along with his wife’s. Hanson said he could deliver at least six volunteers for road clean up, but he didn’t list any other names.

Stalin statue goes up in United States, gets torn down in Georgia

Posted in Communist, Soviet Union with tags , , , , , , , on June 25, 2010 by saynsumthn

BBC Reports: Stalin Georgia statue latest in long line of removals

Stalin’s statue has been removed from the central square in his birthplace and is to be housed in a museum in the town. He is not the first leader to be toppled from his place on a plinth. So who are some of the others?

UK’s Telegraph Reports:

Erected in the Georgian town of Gori in 1952, a year before Stalin died, the 20ft bronze statue stood on a soaring granite plinth and had survived a 1960s Kremlin campaign to banish Stalin’s memory as well as a Russian military bombardment in 2008.

But Mikheil Saakashvili, Georgia’s pro-Western president, said he wanted the statue moved into a local museum that devoted to the Soviet dictator.

He argued that the late dictator was too closely associated with what he called the “Soviet occupation of Georgia”.

“A memorial to Stalin has no place in the Georgia of the 21st century,” he said.

In The United States, However:

A bust of dictator Joseph Stalin has been placed at the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford despite public protest over its presence.

The sculpture was installed at the memorial Tuesday, said William McIntosh, president of the memorial foundation.

Teacher allows students to dress up as Ku Klux Klan

Posted in Klan with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on May 26, 2010 by saynsumthn

Teacher allows students to dress up as Ku Klux Klan as they ask black classmate if they can re-enact a lynching
By UK Mail Foreign Service
25th May 2010

A U.S. teacher has defended herself after allowing members of her class to dress up as the Ku Klux Klan for a school project.

Catherine Ariemma, a history teacher in Atlanta, Georgia, allowed her students to dress up as members of the white supremacist group as part of a video assignment on the history of racism in America.

The students paraded through their school cafeteria wearing white Klan hoods last Thursday.

‘I don’t apologize’: Teacher Catherine Ariemma, who allowed her students to dress up as the Ku Klux Klan; and student Corey Rider, who was furious after the students asked his cousin if they could re-enact a lynching on him

They stopped another, black student at the school and asked if they could re-enact a lynching on him, witnesses said.

‘I don’t apologize for the project,’ a tearful Ariemma told CBS Atlanta.

‘I do apologize that someone felt threatened. I teach about United States history. I teach about the good, the bad, and the ugly.

‘I would tell the students, why don’t you film that off campus on your own time. Would I tell them not to? No, because that’s part of history and to not acknowledge it is saying, that it’s OK. I’m sorry, it isn’t. It’s unacceptable.’

Student Cody Rider told reporters the incident left him ‘outraged’.

He said he wanted to fight the students when they asked his cousin, also a student at the school, if they could ‘re-enact the lynching of him for their class project’.
‘My little cousin comes up and taps me on the shoulder, and there was fear in his eyes,’ he said.

‘He was like, he just started pointing, like he couldn’t even talk, that’s how bad it was. There was fear in his eyes, and I looked up and they are walking through the hallway in white sheets.’

However other students dismissed the incident as ‘blown out of proportion’. ‘I don’t think it’s worth getting upset about because it’s small-town talk,’ said one.

Ariemma was on paid leave for two days after the incident. She was facing dismissal – but returned to work on the day the controversial assignment was due.

A Lumpkin County High School spokesman said Ariemma had been working there for five years and had a perfect record.

‘We’re upset about it,’ the spokesman said. ‘It was inappropriate and unacceptable… It was a lapse in judgment.’

The Southern state of Georgia still struggles with the legacy of racism today, making incidents like this one flashpoints that cause outrage in the community.

The NAACP and Abortion Politics

Posted in Abortion, NAACP, Racism with tags , , , , , , , , , , on May 4, 2010 by saynsumthn

The NAACP and Abortion Politics
by Star Parker

Monday, May 03, 2010

Why would a bill that criminalizes abortion motivated by race not have the support of the NAACP? Or, even more perplexing, why would the NAACP endorse such a bill and then rescind its endorsement?

This is exactly what just happened in Georgia.

The Georgia Senate passed a bill that would make it a crime to abort a child because of its race or gender.

The bill had the endorsement of Georgia’s NAACP, along with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and over 100 local, mostly black, pastors.

After the bill moved to the House for passage, suddenly Edward DuBose, president of the Georgia NAACP, had a change of heart. In a statement withdrawing NAACP’s support for the bill, DuBose claimed they didn’t “fully understand” it when they endorsed it.

In NAACP’s press statement, DuBose said they came to the realization that the bill amounted to “nothing more than using women’s health as a political tool.”

It’s not news that an abortion holocaust is taking place in black America. Blacks, about 12% of our population, account for almost 40% of the abortions that are performed nationwide each year.

Georgia, Mr. DuBose’s state, has the distinction of leading the nation in abortions in the black community.

According to Catherine Davis, Director of Minority Outreach for Georgia Right to Life, there were 18,901 abortion performed on black women in Georgia in 2008, amounting to 60% of all abortions performed in the state.

Clearly there was concern at Georgia’s NAACP about this troubling reality. They passed a resolution in 2007 noting the need to minimize abortion in the black community.
With this background, Georgia Right to Life reached out to the NAACP to endorse the “Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act” and got it.

And then suddenly, mysteriously, after giving its endorsement, the NAACP realized it didn’t “fully understand” and backed off.

Particularly troubling for a matter this grave, they felt no compunction to provide any serious arguments regarding concerns about the language or provisions of the bill that provoked the change of support. They only served up the usual political buzzwords of the pro-abortion community about women’s “health.”

It doesn’t take much imagination to conclude that the NAACP’s priority became politics and not the welfare of the black community, its alleged mission.
Taking a pro-life stand would have put the Georgia NAACP out of sync with its national organization.

The NAACP Legal Defense Fund recently issued a statement of effusive praise for retiring Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens – a member of the court’s liberal and pro-abortion contingent, who now must be replaced.

Organizations come into existence to solve problems. What happens when those problems get solved? Three possible outcomes. The organization closes. The organization shifts focus to new problems. Or it starts just existing to perpetuate itself and sustain the power and income of those whom it employs and who have political interests in its existence.

It’s the latter reality that defines today’s NAACP. It’s why it has lost major support over recent years and no longer holds the hearts and minds of most black Americans.

NAACP was born when the primary problem of black Americans was political. Blacks needed political action to secure equal protection under law they weren’t getting. This was achieved in the 1960’s through the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act.

The challenge facing black America today is moral, not political. Abortion, AIDS, crime, poor education, family breakdown. These reflect poor personal decisions, not politics.
Apparently for Georgia’s NAACP, being out of sync with political interests was too much to handle.

For black Americans to solve their considerable problems today, we’re going to have to get back to caring more about truth than political interests.

MORE : About the NAACP , abortion and Black Genocide in the film: Maafa21 Black Genocide in 21st Century America

Georgia NAACP, Georgia Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and Gov. Mike Huckabee Endorses law prohibiting race coerced abortions

Posted in Abortion, Alveda King, Black Babies, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Black Women, Conservative, Maafa21, Population Control, pro-choice, Pro-Life, Racism with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 15, 2010 by saynsumthn

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga., April 15 /Christian Newswire/ — Today Governor Mike Huckabee announced his support for SB 529 in a message that is going out to Georgia constituents asking for their support for SB 529. Governor Huckabee noted the importance of this bill, “SB 529 is a simple bill that prevents a woman from being forced to have an abortion against her will and prohibits the use of abortion as a means of race or gender discrimination. I’m asking you to support SB 529 and to ask your representative to support SB 529.”

Two weeks ago the Georgia Senate passed SB 529 with overwhelming support. On Tuesday, April 13, 2010, SB 529 had a hearing in the House Judiciary Committee, but no vote was taken.

SB 529 was drafted by some of the leading pro-life attorney’s in the nation and was reviewed positively by the American Center for Law and Justice, Liberty Counsel, the Thomas Moore Law Center, Americans United for Life, and Focus on the Family.

SB 529 has also received support from the Georgia Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Color People (NAACP), the Georgia Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), Dr. Alveda King, of King for America, and other prominent Georgia ministry leaders in the African American community.

“We are grateful for the support of Governor Huckabee and other national and state leaders both in the faith community and in the African American community who see why we have to do more to protect women from being forced to have abortions against their will,” stated Dan Becker, President of Georgia Right to Life.

Becker also noted, “We need the help of every Georgian to get this bill passed. We have to let our representatives know that in Georgia we believe that discrimination is wrong in the womb and in the workplace.”

The debate of abortion being used as a tool of Black Genocide is as old as abortion. In fact, Jesse Jackson made this statement in 1971, “Contraceptives will become a form of drug warfare against the helpless in this nation.” and in that same year Black Panther activist, Brenda Hyson printed this in their New York newsletter a state which had already legalized abortion, “The abortion law, hides behind the guise of helping women, when in reality it will attempt to destroy our people.”

Then in 1977, Jackson again lashed out that, “It is strange that they choose to start talking about population control at the same time that Black people in America and people of color around the world are demanding their rightful place as human citizens and their rightful share of the material wealth in the world.”

Recently, Tom Metzger, the former Klan leader promoted the placement of abortion clinics in Black Neighborhoods, …abortion and birth control should be promoted as a powerful weapon, in the limitation of non-White birth.” and Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger admitted in her autobiography that she, in fact, gave speeches to the KLAN She was so liked by them, that she was invited at least a dozen times to speak to them.

In 2009, an abortion patient in Michigan claimed that she was forced by the doctor to abort because she was Black. According to the Flint Journal, the patient, Catelin Bruce says she wrestled with her decision to have the abortion while in the clinic’s waiting room.

They started the ultrasound. The lady turned the ultrasound toward me and said, ‘This is your baby. This is the heart flicker,’” Bruce said.

Bruce says that’s when she changed her mind. But she claims Dr. Abraham Hodari did the procedure anyway.

He told his assistant, ‘Hold her down.’ They had my arm pinned,” Bruce said.

His weight was all on my chest and then he took his hand and he had it so tight on my mouth that it was muffled. I was trying to scream, ‘Stop!‘

I was screaming. I was crying. It felt like they were ripping a life out of me. When he was done, he looked at me. He gave me a smirk and he left he room.“

READ THIS for copy of suit: Abortion Patient sues doc; claims he forced abortion on her because she was BLACK

“I wanted it to stop, but it didn’t. I wanted a child, but I didn’t have one,” said Caitlin Bruce, now 20.

Hodari and his lawyer maintain he was well into the procedure when she expressed misgivings, and he had to continue for her safety.
Both Hodari and Bruce have witnesses to support their claims.

A written statement reportedly provided by another worker in Hodari’s office and contained in the lawsuit, claims that the doctor told an upset Bruce “I’m not going to do this. I’m going to send you home” before going through with the abortion.

Included in the suit are 6 counts against Hodari, including lack of informed consent/medical malpractice, battery, fraud, misrepresentation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and ethnic/gender intimidation.
Michigan has a statute that forbids intimidation based on gender or ethnicity. Ms. Bruce believes that Hodari forced the abortion on her because she is Black. Statistics show that the abortion industry disproportionately targets Black women. for more on this – watch a 2 hour fully documented film called: Maafa21 ( Clip Below)


click here for copy of suit:

( SOURCE: Abraham Hodari, Caitlin Bruce part of national debate after forced abortion lawsuit By Laura Angus | Flint Journal November 29, 2009, 12:00PM )

Also Read: Activists call for criminal charges against Flint abortion clinic owner Dr. Abraham Hodari

Inn 2006, this headline made the Associated Press and MSNBC: Police: Parents’ kidnap plot motivated by race , 19-year-old carrying black man’s child says parents tried to force abortion

A Maine couple accused of tying up their 19-year-old daughter, throwing her in their car and driving her out of state to get an abortion were upset because the baby’s father is black, a Maine sheriff said Tuesday.

Katelyn Kampf, who is white, told Cumberland County Sheriff Mark Dion that her mother “was pretty irate at the fact that the child’s father was black, and she had made a number of disparaging remarks about that,” he said.

Katelyn Kampf escaped Friday at a Salem shopping center and called police, who arrested her parents, Nicholas Kampf, 54, and Lola, 53, both real estate developers from North Yarmouth, Maine.

This story led to this hate filled racist video being placed on YouTube , which indicates that racists would want this bi-racial baby killed:

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As a result – it wasn’t the so-called pro-choice community which denounced this – it was pro-lifers.

In April of 2010, The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that it was about four years ago, Alexandria said, when she tearfully walked into an Augusta abortion clinic.
She was a 14-year-old ninth-grader at the time.

She said her mother and grandmother were furious that she was pregnant and demanded that she get an abortion.
And there was something else.

They pressured me into an abortion because my baby was biracial and my grandma didn’t agree with me having a black boyfriend,” Alexandria said in an interview. “I had the abortion, because they said they were gonna kick me out. I didn’t have a choice. I had no place to go.”

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Susan Swanson, director of the Augusta Care Pregnancy Center — a Christian-based agency that advises women against abortions — said she has met hundreds of girls who have come to her after being forced and threatened to get an abortion.

“I had one girl, six months back, who committed suicide after being forced to get an abortion,” Swanson said. “Our abortion clinics are not giving these girls true options.”
Swanson said when Alexandria went in to get her abortion, it was at a Planned Parenthood clinic across the street from her office.

It is not like Planned Parenthood gave me any options,” Alexandria said. “They patted me on my back and told me that I was doing the right thing.

(Learn more about Planned Parenthood’s eugenic agenda by watching Maafa21 Black Genocide in 21st Century America (Clip Below)
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Swanson, who brought Alexandria to Atlanta to testify before the House panel, contends that more so than individuals, abortion clinics are the main culprits in the coercion of women and girls.

Four years after her abortion, Alexandria is a changed person. She said the situation spun her into a depression. She never finished high school, and she lost a second baby to a miscarriage.

I begged my momma not to make me get an abortion,” Alexandria said. “I feel like, I took an innocent life, but God forgives you for your sins. I am OK now that I have gotten to talk to people about it. It is a lot easier for me to share my story, knowing that I am helping other guys.”

In about a month, Alexandria will have a new story to tell. She is now eight months pregnant and living with her current boyfriend.

The baby girl will be biracial.

SOURCE: ( Atlanta Journal Constitution, Senate abortion bill continues to stir emotions; By Ernie Suggs April 6, 2010 )

In 2009, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told the New York Times Magazine she believed that abortion was “to get rid of populations we do not want to have too man of.” Just what populations would those be? See Maafa21 to find out !