Wichita, KS – Operation Rescue’s investigative work has been featured this week in the Washington Post and on NPR in two reports written by Pro Publica reporter Charles Ornstein.
The Washington Post story, published on August 26, featured our work obtaining public records, including 911 calls, and using the information to file complaints against abortionists who are injuring women and breaking the law.
The NPR story, published August 27, features our investigations involving inspections of abortion clinic trash that have revealed abortion clinic HIPAA violations and other abortion abuses.
Read the NPR story here.
“We are proud of our cutting edge work that has resulted in closed abortion clinics, the arrest of abortionists, license revocations, and served as the basis of new pro-life laws that are reducing abortion numbers and saving tens of thousands of babies each year,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue.
Newman and his colleague, Cheryl Sullenger, who was featured in both articles, have authored a book, Abortion Free, that explains how to replicate Operation Rescue’s successful investigative tactics in order to make America abortion-free one community at a time.