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Remembering aborted babies found in Florida on this National Day of Remembrance for aborted Children

Posted in Aborted Baby Body Parts, Abortion Clinic Inspections, Abortion clinic medical waste, Abortionist with tags , , , , , , , , on September 13, 2013 by saynsumthn

In 1991, pro-lifers in South Florida found aborted children being discarded by a local abortion clinic in their trash dumpster.

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The aborted children were thrown in various garbage bags and placed in the dumpster in a strip plaza where anyone could locate them. In addition to the children thrown away, the medical records of the women who had the abortions were also discarded.


Most of the babies were first trimester suction abortions. The babies were ground into meat like chunks many not identifiable, but some limbs remained in tack.

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Pro-lifers did not report their findings to authorities in 1991 because the atmosphere at the time was hostile to their cause but in 1992, Carlos Ricoarango, owner of the Cuban Cafe, a business neighboring abortionist Robert Livingston said he became suspicious when he saw abortionist Livingston throwing away plastic bags late at night.

The next day, Ricoarango looked in the garbage and found 11 containers of medical waste. A Palm Beach County Sheriff`s Office investigation concluded the medical waste was human blood and a gauze that contained minute pieces of human fetal tissue. The investigation also said the gauze is used as part of an abortion process. Livingston was cleared in those charges as he was successful in convincing authorities that the “medical waste” found in his trash dumpster was somehow planted by pro-lifers.

The abortionist, Robert Livingston made the front page of The New Jersey Record twice in August 1972 when he and another doctor were indicted after performing illegal abortions.

Livingston was indicted in August 1972 along with another doctor, Bernard Greenspan of Paterson. But the charges were dropped six months later, after the January 1973 Roe v. Wade decision overturned all state laws prohibiting abortion and limited state regulation to the period late in a pregnancy when a fetus can survive outside the womb.

In 1975 a grand jury investigated that he illegally arranging the adoption of unwanted babies that he delivers.

Livingston opened a clinic in Englewood, Metropolitan Medical Associates, which he operated along with an obstetrics practice and a fertility clinic until he moved to Florida in 1980. Metropolitan Medical still operates under different ownership.

Livingston said he never questioned the morality of the procedure. Medically, he said he considered the amount of tissue extracted during an early-term abortion to be equivalent to a scab.

Now, years later, times have changed.



According to The Record, Livingston, once a lightning rod in the North Jersey abortion debate, now avoids telling anyone about his role in that chapter of American history, even though he strongly maintains his belief that abortions ought to be legal. The issue, he says, has become so emotionally charged that he no longer feels comfortable talking about it — not to the colleagues of his grown children and not to the residents of what he described as a conservative retirement community where he now lives.

“I would be afraid,” he said, adding that he believes the stigma of being an abortion doctor is greater than it was in the 1960s, when it was illegal to perform the procedure. “The atmosphere is so ominous now. I wouldn’t know where to begin.”

FL License Suspended

Livingston’s license has been suspended since 2007 when he tried to return to his practice without completing a treatment and evaluation program, in violation of a contract he had made with the Board of Medicine, according to Florida Department of Health documents.

He had agreed to complete the program after he overdosed on opiates he was taking for chronic pain, the documents show.

Pro-lifers held a Memorial Service for the children killed at the abortion clinic. Many came by to grieve their deaths.


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September 13th is National Day of Remembrance for aborted Children. On this day, memorial services will be held throughout the United States, including all grave sites of aborted babies, as well as dozens of memorial markers for the victims of abortion.

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Memorial for pro-lifer Jim Pouillon

Posted in Abortion, Constitution, Planned Parenthood, pro-choice, pro-choice violence, Pro-Life, Religion, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 15, 2009 by saynsumthn

Memorial for pro-lifer Jim Pouillon gunned down by violent pro-choicer


With only a day’s notice, nearly 300 people attended the Sunday, Sept. 13th vigil for slain pro-lifer Jim Pouillon. With several reporters and TV cameras present, hymns were sung, prayers were offered, testimonials were proclaimed and Scripture readings declared. Scripture readings included: Isaiah 50: 4-9, Psalm 116 and Mark 8: 27-38: “Whoever wishes to save his life will lose it and whosever loses his life for my sake and that of the gospel will save it.”

These words describe perfectly what happened to dedicated pro-lifer and devout Christian Jim Pouillon. Your CPLS director stated: “Jim was killed because he held the photo of a victim of abortion. Anyone who holds such a sign stands next to Jesus as he hangs on the Cross. To stand with such a sign is to place yourself on the side of the outcast, the abandoned, the unwanted, the misunderstood–and in that way you you stand next to Jesus on the Cross. No matter what anyone wants to say about Jim’s death–especially those who support abortion– he died for his faith and he died for the cause of life. That is the meaning of his death. He was a voice for the outcast and now his blood had been mixed with theirs.
His death must cause us to re-commit ourselves to the pro-life cause. We must become more generous, be willing to take risks and make sacrifices–allow ourselves to be spent for this cause. The pro-life cause is worth living for–it is worth dying for.


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Frank Samson– the brave motorist who saw the gunman, Harlan Drake–followed him in his car after he shot Jim- and wrote down Drake’s license plate number. He turned over the information to the police who captured Drake before he was able to kill his third intended victim. Thus, Mr. Samson saved a life that day.


James Lawrence Pouillon, age 63, of Owosso, died Friday, September 11th, 2009 at Memorial Healthcare Center. Private family services have been held with cremation following.

A memorial service will be held at 1 pm Wednesday, September 16, 2009 at Willman Field (OHS Stadium), 301 South Dewey Street, Owosso with Pastor David L. Knox officiating.

James was born in Ovid, Michigan on March 30, 1946, the son of Laurence and Kathryn (Rourke) Pouillon. He attended Owosso Public Schools, graduating in 1965. Jim was named captain of the football team his senior
year. Jim was married to the former Mary Lou Kadera of Owosso who was killed in a traffic accident in 2001. Following graduation, Jim enlisted in the U.S. Army. Taking his basic training at Ft. Knox, KY, and then
serving in Vietnam as a radio operator. During his tour, he was wounded by shrapnel in the shoulder. Although presented with the Purple Heart, he refused to accept it. Returning home Jim studied briefly at Michigan
State University. He then was hired by GM and worked at and retiring from Buick Motors/Flint in the crib. He was a member of the UAW, Operation Rescue and the US Taxpayer Party. He loved the outdoors, be it hunting,
fishing or in his garden. Jim also coached in the KICS football program.

James is survived by 4 children, Dr. James M. (Amy) Pouillon of Grand Rapids, Holly Pouillon of Owosso, Mary Jo Pouillon of Owosso, and Lance Pouillon of Owosso; granddaughters, Madison Pouillon and Molly Rae Hart; grandsons, Casey Wright, Luke Pouillon and Jack Pouillon; 3 sisters, Judy Holt of Tallahassee, Florida, Janet (Jim) Metzger of Hastings, Michigan, Sandy Lake of Havana, Florida; two brothers, Tom (Susan) Pouillon of Harrison and Don (Cheryl) Pouillon of Harrison; many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his father; mother; step-father, George Martineau; daughter, Sarah Lynn; and great nephew, Donnie Pouillon.

Those considering an expression of sympathy are asked to consider the Pregnancy Resource Center, 217 North Washington Street, Owosso.

Mr. Pouillon’s family gratefully acknowledges the generosity of the Owosso Public Schools, Interim Supt. Susan Wooden and the Owosso Board of Education for allowing the use of Willman Field. The family also wishes
the community to realize that by allowing the service to be held at Willman reflects only the compassion of the district to a member of our community and to an alumnus of OHS. It does not reflect in any way an
endorsement by the Owosso Public Schools of any political agenda.

Online guest book and condolences for the family of James L. Pouillon is available

Mowen Funeral Home


Thanks to Monica Migliorino Miller, Ph.D. Director of CPLS for this story !