Corporate office orders Tiller to stop using hotel as a hospital
WICHITA, KS — Operation Rescue has been informed by La Quinta Inns that the corporate offices sent an investigator to Wichita and discovered that nurses in the employment of late-term abortionist George Tiller were in fact renting rooms in order to provide medical care to abortion patients undergoing multiple-day procedures at Women?s Health Care Services. La Quinta Inn representative Teresa Ferguson informed OR that Tiller was called by the La Quinta corporate office and told to immediately stop the practice, which they had determined to be an illegal one.
Ferguson also informed Operation Rescue that Tiller was told he could no longer use the La Quinta Inn name to promote his abortion business and ordered Tiller to strip the La Quinta name from all of his literature and website.
Operation Rescue investigators will monitor the situation to insure the local hotel is in compliance with corporate wishes.
“Thanks to hundreds of men and women of conscience who called and brought Tiller’s association with the La Quinta to the attention of the corporate office, an end has been put to this apparently illegal arrangement,” said OR president Troy Newman. “We are thankful that the La Quinta Corporation has done the right thing and sent Tiller packing.”
This news comes just days after Operation Rescue broke the story that one of Tiller’s patients died from abortion complications. Because of details that have come to OR concerning woman’s death, Operation Rescue believes that she may very well have been a guest at the La Quinta.