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Incinerating Aborted babies for electricity is Hitleresque

Posted in Aborted Babies for Electricity, Aborted Baby Body Parts, Aborted Baby Trash with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 24, 2014 by saynsumthn

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CBS News is reporting, that the electricity generated in Oregon may have included aborted babies. Commissioners said they were horrified and disgusted to learn that Covanta Marion was burning abortion waste to generate electricity. The facility is owned and operated by Covanta in a partnership with the county. It processes 550 tons of municipal solid waste a day, with only a small portion coming from medical sources.

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An Oregon county commission has ordered an incinerator to stop accepting boxed medical waste to generate electricity after learning the waste it’s been burning may include tissue from aborted fetuses from British Columbia.

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This blog previously wrote how news outlets like the UK Telegraph reported that the remains of more than 15,000 babies were incinerated as ‘clinical waste’ by hospitals in Britain with some used in ‘waste to energy’ plants.

Ten NHS trusts admitted burning fetal remains alongside other rubbish while two others used the bodies in ‘waste-to-energy’ plants which generate power for heat.

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Back in Oregon, Sam Brentano, chairman of the Marion County board of commissioners, told the CBS affiliate that the board is taking immediate action to prohibit human tissue from future deliveries at the plant that has been turning waste into energy since 1987.

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KOIN interviewed Bud Waterman, a former temp worker at Covanta Marion, Inc., who said he saw 53-foot tractor trailers carrying biohazards dropping off loads at the facility in Brooks at least two to three times a week.

On more than one occasion, Waterman said the contents of the truck spilled out of their containers.

“It would make you sick, especially if you had to clean it up or have to pull a box off the trailer,” said Waterman,”If you had to pull a box off the trailer, there’s so much blood.

Waterman told the news station he believed that fetuses had been incinerated at the plant for years and used for energy.

“They knew it, they had to,” Waterman said.

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In addition to aborted babies being incinerated there was biohazard waste such as individual human body parts which were used at the plant.

So if someone loses an arm, loses a finger?” Marion County commissioners Janet Carlson asked at the meeting.

That should go in and be burned,” Brentano replied. “As gross as that is.”

According to KOIN, Covanta placed blame on Marion County and said the company is halting the program until answers are given.

“The medical waste program at the Marion County Resource Recovery Facility is County run and managed,” Covanta said in a statement. “Marion County contracts for and delivers medical waste to the facility and Covanta has no responsibility for the program. Covanta is shocked by these allegations and is discontinuing the receipt of this waste stream until we have been assured by the County that this alleged material is not being delivered to the facility.”

Focal Point‘s Bryan Fischer called the practice barbaric and Hitleresque and said that we are no different than Nazi Germany. He compared this practice with those done centuries ago when Ancient Israel babies sacrificed their children to the idol Moloch.

According to ABC NEWS, The Oregon facility is a partnership between the county and Covanta, a New Jersey-based firm that operates energy-from-waste power generation plants. The Marion County plant processes 550 tons of municipal solid waste a day, with only a small portion coming from medical sources. It sells the power to Portland General Electric.

Jill Stueck, a Covanta spokeswoman, said the company is cooperating with the suspension, and it does not seek out the waste that mortified commissioners.

No one is saying bring us fetal tissue,” Stueck said.

Jeff Bickford, environmental services division manager in Marion County, said the facility there has been taking material from British Columbia for five to seven years. He said clinical waste providers such as Stericycle bring in medical waste ranging from syringes and body parts to laboratory cultures and bodily fluids after hospitals and clinics place it into red bags and sealed containers.

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Pro-lifers have been exposing Stericycle for picking up abortion clinic waste for years.

The group , Repent America launched a campaign to stop Stericycle after recording Stericycle admitting that they pick up aborted babies from Planned Parenthood and abortion clinics.

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In April of 1997, the national pro-life group Life Dynamics began an undercover investigation into the marketing of body parts harvested from babies killed by elective abortions. This investigation lasted approximately 31 months. An extensive report of that investigation has been uploaded on the Life Dynamics website (here). The group says that most of the information in the report was provided by employees who worked at Comprehensive Health for Women (Comp Health) – a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic located in Overland Park, Kansas.

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Mark Crutcher Life Talk April 2014

Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics, responded to the latest discoveries, “What do you expect, these people are ghouls.”

Just like the Nazis: ‘Sick beyond words that businesses make money from collecting murdered children’

Posted in Abortion, abortion clinic safety, Abortion Clinic Worders, Planned Parenthood, Stericycle, Unborn Child with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 1, 2011 by saynsumthn

Protesters launch campaign to expose abortion ‘profiteers’

By Bob Unruh
© 2011 WorldNetDaily

Stericycle picking up abortion clinic waste (Repent America photo)
A Christian organization with the politically incorrect name Repent America has launched a campaign that chief Michael Marcavage says could be the one to bring the abortion industry in the United States to its knees.

How?

Expose those companies that are making money off the abortion of unborn children by supplying abortion entities such as Planned Parenthood with services.

In the spotlight in the campaign is Stericyle, which RA reports is a major contractor hauling away the “medical waste,” or the bodies of aborted infants.

Of course in the news in recent days has been the horrific case of jailed Pennsylvania abortionist Kermit Gosnell, who along with his wife and eight other suspects was named in an indictment for the deaths of eight – one mother and seven infants.

The indictment includes photographs of the horrors investigators found, including pickled feet in jars, bodies of babies frozen in a cooler and bags of “waste” piled in the basement.

Most abortion clinics, however, would not be able to convince women to experience such conditions to obtain abortions and Marcavage told WND part of the impetus behind the campaign is to pressure suppliers into halting their services.

“There’s no question. The reality of the situation is if we can cut off their ability to do abortions, the whole industry would collapse,” he said in a recent interview.

“It is sick beyond words that businesses like Stericycle are profiting from collecting murdered children and incinerating their bodies with the trash. What’s more is the abominable child killing that has been tolerated in our nation for 38 years,” Marcavage said.

“While many have focused their efforts on overturning Roe v. Wade by putting their trust in corrupt judicial systems and politicians, they have neglected the necessity of pursuing those that enable abortion mills to operate in the first place,” he added. “Without Stericycle and companies like it, the abortion industry would collapse.”

Contacted by WND, officials at Stericyle said they would respond with a comment on the campaign, but later did not return calls.

Repent America is centering its campaign around a Campaign to Stop Stericycle website, which includes information about the campaign, the information on “blood money profiteers” and evidence, including recordings that have been made with Stericycle officials confirming their work with abortion businesses.

In one, Stericycle SQ Group Account Manager Mara Villalobos, who formerly managed Stericycle’s contracts with “multiple regions of Planned Parenthood” – confirmed that Stericycle does indeed accept fetal remains.

In a recording, she explains how the fetal remains go into one box for pickup and disposal, and the other materials, such as blood-soaked towels or gloves, go into another.

She explained the detailed packaging guidelines for abortion mills, in which fetal remains are placed into red ‘soft waste’ bags, then into secondary boxes, which are labeled with ‘incinerate only’ stickers. The fetal remains are then taken to Stericycle’s incineration plant in Haw River, N.C., where they are burned into ash,” the report states.

“Stericycle, whose profits total over a billion dollars in annual income, generates a portion of their sales revenue from services provided to abortion mills. One of Stericycle’s largest clients is Planned Parenthood, which maintains a national account with the medical ‘waste’ service,” the organization reports.

“In recent years, Stericycle has acquired countless medical waste companies until it has become the premiere ‘waste’ collection service to abortion mills nationwide. Consequently, the war on abortion has consolidated to the point where stopping this one giant could deliver a gigantic blow to the abortion industry,” it said.

“Stericycle must be called to account for their willful involvement in the furtherance of the abortion holocaust,” the report said.

The campaign also outlines the trucking companies that lease vehicles to Stericycle.

“Penske Truck Leasing has now prohibited Stericycle from using their trucks to service abortion mills,” the report said. “In fact, Penske Truck Leasing president and EO Brian Hard vowed in an e-mail to the campaign, ‘We have been, and you have my word that we will continue to be, proactive in stopping Stericycle from using our trucks to service abortion clinics.'”

“We are committed to aggressively pursuing and exposing Stericycle, its officers, suppliers and investors until this Goliath stops furthering the abortion holocaust in our nation,” Marcavage said.

The website lists a number of action points for those who choose to get involved, including contacting the company, signing a petition and others.

NM business owner arrested in body parts case

Posted in Organ Harvesting with tags , , , , , , , on April 1, 2010 by saynsumthn

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Police in Albuquerque arrested a businessman on fraud charges in a gruesome case in which body parts that were supposed to be cremated and returned to families turned up in plastic bins in a delivery truck in Kansas.

Albuquerque police on Thursday identified two men and a woman whose remains were discovered among six heads and numerous other human body parts in the truck at a Kansas medical waste facility. Bio Care Southwest owner Paul Montano, 31, was arrested late Wednesday at his office on three counts of fraud and was being held on $100,000 bond.

Sealed plastic bags containing the heads and body parts – apparently dismembered with a chain saw or other coarse cutting instrument – were found last week in 12 large red plastic tubs inside a delivery truck at a Stericycle Inc. facility in Kansas City, Kan. The tubs had shipping labels from The Learning Center, which is affiliated with Bio Care.

Bio Care receives donated bodies and harvests organs and other parts, which it sells for medical research. Bodies are stored in refrigerated units until donated organs are returned, then Bio Care sends the remains for cremation and gives the ashes to the families, according to the affidavit. The company has a contract with Stericycle to dispose of any leftover medical waste.

Authorities there said Stericycle disposes of waste such as operating room debris or syringes but doesn’t incinerate major body parts.

Montano said Tuesday his company wasn’t involved in the body parts found in Kansas. He did not return several messages left by The Associated Press on Wednesday, and the main telephone number that had been listed on the company’s Web site had been disconnected.

After his 83-year-old father died of a stroke in September, Chuck Hines of Bosque Farms, N.M., entrusted Bio Care to harvest his organs for science and research. They sent back a sealed box with what Hines was told were all his father’s cremated remains.

Hines memorialized his father at a simple gathering of friends at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, an event the elder Hines helped organize decades ago.

But Hines found out late Wednesday that some of his father’s remains were found in the delivery truck.

“You know, you get a box of ashes, you don’t know if it’s all there. You assume it is,” Hines said Wednesday, before police say they told him his father’s remains were found. Hines didn’t respond to phone messages left Thursday.

Robert Noblin, owner of Riverside Funeral Home in Belen, N.M., where Hines learned about Bio Care, said he could not comment at length about the matter because of the investigation.

But he said his company had worked with Bio Care before.

“Unfortunately, I think many funeral homes and families alike have been misled,” Noblin said.

Police also identified the remains of Jacqueline Marie Snyder, 42, of Albuquerque, who died of a methadone overdose, and Harold Dillard, whose hometown and cause of death weren’t given.

Snyder’s remains were identified through a tag that shows her body went to the New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator for an autopsy on Nov. 1, said Amy Boule of the office. The body was turned over to a funeral home on Nov. 3.

The affidavit said Kansas City homicide detectives called Albuquerque police March 20, March 21 and March 26 about containers with body parts from the Learning Center. The affidavit said all the bodies appeared to have been dismembered by a coarse cutting instrument such as a chain saw.

Montano denied dismembering any of the bodies, the affidavit said.

The New Mexico Attorney General’s Office received a complaint from an Albuquerque woman about Bio Care late Wednesday, said a spokesman for that office, Phil Sisneros. He said he could not release details pending evaluation of the complaint.

Wyandotte County, Kan., coroner Alan C. Hancock said Tuesday that Stericycle employees first became concerned a few weeks ago when they found a head in their incineration facility. Stericycle told investigators shipments from the Learning Center have been getting increasingly larger in the past several months, the arrest warrant affidavit said.

Montano agreed to provide paperwork to the Kansas coroner’s office in connection with the remains discovered there, police spokeswoman Nadine Hamby said Wednesday afternoon.

“The big question and concern is, my loved one that Bio Care gave me in my urn, is that my loved one or not?” she said.

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