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Pro-lifers want investigation into abortion doc who used kitchen tools in abortions

Posted in Abortion Training, Abortionist, Center for Medical Progress, Planned Parenthood sells aborted baby parts with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 2, 2015 by saynsumthn

Pro-lifers are calling for the investigation of a Planned Parenthood abortion doctor caught talking about fetal research on secretly recorded tape. Lisa Harris, who once wrote that she “does society’s dirty work”, also bragged that she felt liberated after using “ordinary kitchen tools” to perform legal abortions.

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Lisa Harris the Planned Parenthood abortionist, writes in the Atrium, a Report of the Northwestern Medical Humanities and Bio-Ethics Program in 2014:

    “I set down the tray and pour the bowl’s contents into a hand held kitchen strainer. It is an ordinary kitchen strainer that I purchased at the bed and bath store…I run water through the strainer to clear away the blood and empty the strained contents onto another tray. The patient whose abortion I have just done was early in her pregnancy…I move the tissue into a square Pyrex baking dish…I use ordinarily kitchen tools…I do society’s dirty work….I turn women into non-mothers…(I know full well that most women seeking abortions are mothers…)And fetuses die at my hands.”

In leaked undercover video footage from the Center for Medical Progress, received this week by after being put online by a hacker, the Michigan Planned Parenthood abortion doctor was recorded telling a NAF audience that a baby’s head sometimes gets stuck when dismembering them in an abortion and that she is concerned about the regulations that govern research.

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Saynsumthn has previously reported that in a separate recording, Harris told CMP that all “research projects” at the Planned Parenthood affiliate she is with go through their VP of medical services. She also said that, “All research projects pay – pay for the effort but there’s never been like a per specimen fee.” In addition Harris expressed concern that “research regulations” “get in the way.”

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As a result of her statements, 50 pro-life activists gathered in front of the Ann Arbor Planned Parenthood where Harris works to call for Michigan’s Attorney General to investigate the abortionist. Planned Parenthood has of course denied any wrongdoing but pro-life activists are not convinced.

“I think there’s evidence to the allegations we’re making and we believe this is something that needs to be looked into
,” Monica Miller, director of Citizens for a Pro-Life Society who organized the event, told

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In the video it says quite clearly what she’s doing,” Miller added.

Planned Parenthood receives $528 million federal tax dollars annually and pressure is mounting to have them defunded after a steady flow of shocking video has been made public from the Center for Medical Progress and other sources.

I don’t believe Planned Parenthood could be what it is today without the millions of dollars they get from the federal and state government,” Pro-lifer Lynn Mills, who also helped organize the press conference, said. “They need to be cut off.”

As Saynsumthn has previously reported, this abortionist once described doing a late-term abortion while pregnant. Harris also admitted that abortion procedures are violent, that abortion victims really do look like pro-lifers’ photos and has said that re-assembling fetal body parts often elicits “feelings of awe” in abortionists.

Michigan pro-life activist Lynn Mills

Michigan pro-life activist Lynn Mills

Mills, who is the director of Pro-Life Detroit, told Saynsumthn that she would like for every pro-lifer who reads this story to contact the Michigan Attorney General and request that Planned Parenthood and Harris be investigated, “The words that came directly out of Lisa Harris’ mouth alone should prompt an investigation.” Mills said.

Harris herself challenges fetal tissue regulations and how they restrict what she can do. In past interviews with media outlets that I have listened to, Harris has bemoaned all abortion restrictions claiming abortion operators should be able to self-govern and self-rule. Well, is this what you get when you self-rule? Abortionists selling baby parts?”

“I urge concerned citizens everywhere to call 517-373-1101 and tell Attorney General Bill Schuette to launch an investigation,” Mills added.

A representative from state Senator Patrick Colbeck’s office said the senator has forwarded the video to the attorney general and requested that he investigate the matter further. Colbeck has also introduced a bill to defund Planned Parenthood in Michigan by halting any state money flowing to the organization, according to

( Images of press conference credit: Lynn Mills Facebook)

The Genocide of Today- Abortion

Posted in Abortion, Black Babies, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Hitler, Maafa21, Nazi, Personhood, pro-choice, Pro-Life, Warren Hern with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 23, 2010 by saynsumthn

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Researchers work on memory-erasing drugs

Posted in Abortion, Alex Jones, New World Order, RU-486, Tomorrow's Children, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on November 20, 2009 by saynsumthn

Researchers work on memory-erasing drugs

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Researchers work on memory-erasing drugs
Thursday, November 19, 2009

AP– (11/19/09) — Taking a pill could wipe away all of your painful memories.

HealthFirst reporter Leslie Toldo tells us about research that sounds like a sci-fi movie plot.

There is proof it can be done. The real question is, would you really want to do it?

The answer isn’t as easy as you might think.

These pictures, medals and pins are reminders of a time war veteran Allen Megginson would rather forget. “I think that no matter how much time passes, it’s really not going to ease the pain any.”

Megginson fought in the Iraq War. What he saw and experienced are now memories that haunt him every day. “Sometimes the wounds that hurt the most are the ones you can’t see.”

What if Megginson could forget those horrible memories? After decades of research, neuroscientist Dr. Andre Fenton and colleagues have discovered what they call the memory molecule. “This is the first physical identification of a molecule that is definitively important for storing memory,” Fenton claimed.

In a lab experiment, Fenton manipulated that molecule in the brains of rats. The animals were put on a turntable. One area delivered a mild shock to the foot. But when researchers injected a drug called zip into their brains, watch how the rats go straight to the spot that shocked them. They forgot what they had learned.

“We could always see that the animals could no longer remember to avoid that particular place.”

While this research is in animals, investigators from Harvard are studying whether another drug called propranolol can weaken the emotional response to memories in humans. But medical ethicist Felicia Cohn, Ph.D. says there are real concerns about editing memory

“You start changing somebody’s memories, you can raise the question of whether or not you’re changing their identity in some fundamental way.”
Even Megginson says he wouldn’t want to take a drug to help him forget. “I may have these bad memories, but they make me the person I am today.”

Researchers are also studying the effects of certain painkillers, anti-nausea drugs and the abortion drug RU486 for memory blocking in animals.

BACKGROUND: According to the National Institute of Mental Health, posttraumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is an anxiety disorder that some people get after seeing or living through a dangerous event. The intense fear triggers split-second changes in the body to defend against danger. In PTSD, this reaction is changed or damaged. People with PTSD may feel stressed or frightened even when they are no longer in danger. Anyone can develop PTSD at any age. War veterans and survivors of physical and sexual abuse are commonly diagnosed with the disorder. Not everyone with PTSD has been through a dangerous event. Some people develop PTSD after a friend or family member experiences danger or is harmed. The sudden, unexpected death of a loved one can also cause PTSD.

It sounds like science fiction, but some researchers are studying whether certain drugs can erase or dim bad memories. The possibility of memory blocking has some ethicists concerned. Felicia Cohn, Ph.D., director of medical ethics at the University of California, Irvine, says erasing memories may be erasing someone’s identity. “If you start changing somebody’s memories, you can raise the question of whether or not you’re changing their identity in some fundamental way,” Cohn told Ivanhoe. She says even bad memories teach us important lessons. “Whether it means we become more protective with our children or we lock our doors more often at night, or you know, even subtle behavior changes can really make a big difference in the way we live,” Cohn said.

ZIP: Researchers in Brooklyn are studying the drug known as “ZIP” in animals. They conducted an experiment where they put the animals on a turntable. One region of the table delivered a mild foot shock, so the animals learned to stay away from that area. After the researchers injected ZIP into their brains, the rats went straight to the spot that shocked them, meaning they forgot what they had learned.

PROPRANOLOL: Researchers from Harvard and elsewhere have been studying whether the drug propranolol can dim the emotional response to memories in people with PTSD. In one preliminary trial, investigators found the pill “significantly reduced physiological responses” in the patients. Researchers say the drug works by influencing the reconsolidation of memories, which is the shaping of already-formed — or consolidated — memories. In another recent study involving the drug, researchers trained 60 people to associate a picture of a spider with an electric shock. After the conditioning, students who were given propranolol before seeing the picture were not startled, while the other students were.