Roofers Duck and Hide While Working on Wichita Abortion Facility Without a Permit

By Cheryl Sullenger

Wichita, KS – A new group of secretive roofers have resumed work on the South Wind Women’s Center, an abortion facility in Wichita, Kansas.

The roofing project had been left more than half done for several weeks after another roofing company walked off the job when they discovered the building was actually an abortion facility, and not a real estate office, as they had been led to believe.

Right now, it appears that the group of four men are only working on weekends when the abortion facility is closed — and making slow headway in the process.

When the men saw pro-life activists photographing the work on Saturday, September 30, 2017, they ducked down behind the parapet at the edge of the roof to prevent their faces from being photographed. One man donned a hard hat and tied a bandanna around his face to avoid being identified.

“Every time they saw one of us taking a picture, they stopped work and hid or took pictures of us. This behavior went on for several hours, so not much work was actually being done on the roof,” said an Operation Rescue staffer who watched the bizarre behavior unfold.

“These people want to profit from roofing an abortion facility, but they don’t want anyone to know they are collaborating in the business of abortion. It’s really shameful behavior, and they refuse to own it,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue.

Workers’ vehicles at the site had no markings to indicate a company name. It is possible that the men are working under the table and outside of any legitimate roofing business.

Operation Rescue called the City Building Permits Department and was told that no permit was on file for the new roof construction, so an enforcement officer would be asked to investigate.

By the way, the weather forecast for today in Wichita is heavy rain.

  • rayperry4@aol.com

    Heh heh heh. Men still love darkness rather than light because their deeds are still evil.

  • lakewoodsteve

    The metaphor SCAB comes to mind, scabbing over a sick wounded
    baby killing business.

  • David Weber

    Thank you for the work that you do to end abortion, the greatest evil on this earth. Still, I think it is unfair to label these workers as abortion collaborators and to allege they may be working under the table. Your credibility can suffer if unfounded allegations are tossed about.

    God Bless.

  • Momma Beth

    So proud of our brothers and sisters in Wichita. Way to stay on top of things!

  • Marilynn Reeves

    These men must be desperate for a job.

  • snl

    One looks too young.

  • jeff troyer

    Vilifying these tradesmen who are probably just trying to earn a living is unfair and unchristian. This article is selatious and unfair. Our efforts to protect the unborn should never stoop so low as to attack and smear individuals in this unworthy manner.

    I am Christian and a tradesman and am ashamed of this kind of clickbait SPECULATION!!! People’s reputations and livelihood are at stake while you all flippantly toss about your conjectures. You DONT KNOW THE DETAILS.

  • Maggie Sullivan

    Working for the culture of death is not a good job.

  • Vivavox

    Isn’t it a violation of Department of Transportation regulations not to have your business name on the side of your vehicle?

    Generally speaking, if anyone is so ashamed of what he is doing that he has to hide and be sneaky, it is an indication that he ought not to be doing it.

  • I know they know they are helping an abortion business stay open. I know they are taking blood money earned off the backs of dead babies for their wages. I know they hid at the sight of my camera. I know it is immoral to to participate in a business deal with an abortion business. None of that is speculation, nor is it a smear. It is just a statement of fact. People doing something legitimate wouldn’t act like these people. They deserve to be vilified. Besides, didn’t you read the whole article? They were doing work without a permit. Not exactly honor-worthy.

  • Jennifer Loving

    Thank you Operation Rescue for your work in exposing the ugly truth about the abortion industry#DefundPP#ShutemDown

  • John Dunkle

    Sound like “material cooperation” to me. That’s having a job that enables an auschwitz to function even though you may not agree with what it does, like an oil dealer, a carpenter, a painter, or a tax payer like me. Extraordinary morality like that shown by those guys who walked off the job takes guts that I don’t have.

  • iprazhm

    Seems if your business makes money by torturing and butchering the unborn, it’s hard to find good honest help.

  • lakewoodsteve

    For a judgmental “You DONT KNOW THE DETAILS” [Judge] you should never stoop so low as to attack and smear individuals in your unworthy manner. Stick to your tradesman job, leave the grownup opinions for grown ups.

  • dicemandan

    Tell BLM this same thing: Working in the culture of death is not a good thing!

  • Suzu M

    What a tangled web we weave….

  • Suzu M

    My first thoughts, exactly…though I’m torn between the two viewpoints.
    Just as we can’t boycott EVERY store because we have to be able to buy SOMETHING, we also can’t avoid every job opportunity that might happen to involve something we disagree with.
    Generally speaking, if they had a choice, they would probably go with another job.
    And then there’s the matter of…”Well, we have to make the building safer for the patients inside, no matter WHAT they are doing.”
    Then there’s the matter of…”Maybe MY service to them,despite my opposing viewpoint, could bring them closer to God.)

    On the other hand,
    1. Ick! Abortion! I would HATE to have money from the organization. Hate the thought of ‘aiding and abetting’.
    2. NO permit. Working under the table, likely.

    But one thing’s for sure. Slamming ANYone in the abortion business (or connected to it) is NOT going to make things better. It’s going to push people AWAY or make them MORE DETERMINED than ever to kill the little ones and maim the mothers.

    Peace.

  • Suzu M

    Disagree on this one. At least with it’s harshness.

  • Lulu

    I pray outside this abortion clinic once a month and wholeheartedly promote life and believe abortion is evil. But that said, at this time Southwind is a legal business and has a right to exist and have their roof fixed. I believe that vilifying those roofers and publicizing their photos is not the battle to fight and is not a God-honoring way to handle this situation. I am thankful for Operation Rescue and all the work they do on behalf of life but I am disappointed that this is a tactic employed by this group. This is comparable to an LGBT group interfering in the building of a Christian school because they disagree with the principles of Christianity.

  • It’s not the same at all. You must wake up to the fact that even though abortion is legal, it can never be a legitimate business. Abortion mills operate only through the support of the community. If every vendor and contractor refused to service the abortion clinic, it would not be possible for it to stay in business. Helping an abortion clinic stay in business is immoral in itself. Such workers and service providers share culpability for the shedding of innocent blood because they are enabling it and profiting from it. I suggest you read this publication: http://operationrescue.org/pdfs/tillercollaborators08.pdfIt’s outdated as far as Tiller’s business, but it gives an explanation of out Abortion Collaborator’s campaign and the moral underpinnings of it. No one has a right to make a living from the killing of innocent human beings, either directly or indirectly. As long as we look the other way when it comes to abortion collaborators, we only make it harder to end the killing.

  • Leo

    Call 1-800-OSHA. There does not appear to be a proper safety rail. OSHA will shut them down and fine their “company”

  • Evermyrtle

    What do you suggest, agreeing with them? You do have to make a choice go along, or differ, stand strong on your beliefs or turn you back on what you consider evil!! As for me I won’t help promote what I consider evil!! I try to think of something that I could do, that is more evil than the murder of my baby!!
    The Word Of GOD says, “Thou shall not kill!”

  • Evermyrtle

    It is so sad that, stealing the life of millions, of the most innocent and helpless, of the human race, is legal, while it is almost impossible to legally, put a murderer to death in the USA, which takes years of legal proceedings, to do so!! While I agree that, if it takes years to be sure, that one deserves to die, is right, why does it only takes minutes to decide to murder a living unborn baby!!!