Another Abortion Nurse Flees Tiller’s Employment

OR educational campaign helps convince 11th employee to quit killing children

WICHITA, KS — The eleventh employee of late-term abortionist George Tiller has quit since Operation Rescue launched its controversial Year of Rebuke Campaign to pray for clinic workers and inform their neighborhoods of the truth about what they do for a living. Abortion nurse Jennifer Van Deest, of Oxford, KS, has quit her job at Women’s Health Care Services in Wichita, the largest late-term abortion mill in the Western Hemisphere.

Van Deest follows a long line of employees who have resigned from Tiller’s abortion business in the past 18 months, including critical employees such as clinic managers and other nurses. Many have not been replaced.

“Tiller is operating understaffed and under pressure,” noted OR President Troy Newman. “Abortions are down at Tiller’s by 20% over the last year and he no longer operates on Saturdays, once one of his busiest abortion days.”

“The departure of Van Deest is a direct answer to our prayers for her,” said Newman. “She seemed to be under stress and conviction for some time. We wish her the best and pray she will have a happy life full of blessings now that she has decided to use her talents to heal instead of kill.”

“The broken-down sign outside Tiller’s mill seems to be a sign of the times,” said sidewalk counselor Cheryl Sullenger. “It is almost as if it reflects the general disarray that is currently plaguing Tiller’s failing abortion business. His employees are abandoning him, he is under investigation for assorted incidents of wrongdoing, and business has never been worse. That is all good news for pregnant women and their babies!”