Operation Rescue, Abortionists Face Off Over New Law

Topeka, KS – Operation Rescue submitted over 2,500 pages of documentation of abortion abuses to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment yesterday at a public meeting taking comments on new clinic regulations that will go into effect in late October.

“We have documented a long list of abortion clinic horrors in Kansas, including patient injuries and death, filthy and dangerous clinic conditions, and illegal activity,” said Operation Rescue President troy Newman. “These new regulations will give enforcement agencies the teeth they need to enforce the laws and protect women and their pre-born babies from abortion abuses.”

Newman and Operation Rescue’s Senior Policy Advisor Cheryl Sullenger each made presentations. Sullenger detailed horrific abortion abuses, such as patient deaths, patient rapes, unlicensed and illegal abortions, filthy conditions, and even murder that could have been prevented if regulations like those proposed in Kansas were in effect elsewhere.

After about 12 minutes of comments, Sullenger was cut off and literally pushed from the podium.

“The truth is that there are not hours in the day or days in the week to fully explain how women have been preyed upon, exploited, and injured by an out-of-control and unaccountable abortion cartel,” said Sullenger. “Twelve minutes did not scratch the surface.”

Peter Brownlie of Planned Parenthood of Kansas made statements opposing the new regulations, even though his abortion clinic was eventually licensed under the new law. “Just because a regulation can be met doesn’t mean it should be met,” he said.

“That’s Mr. Brownlie. Always working to keep abortion dangerous,” noted Newman. Planned Parenthood faces 107 criminal charges in Kansas for illegal late-term abortions and manufacturing evidence to cover it up.

Herbert Hodes, who operates an abortion mill in Overland Park with his daughter, Traci Nauser, who is also an abortionist, spoke against physical examinations for women prior to abortions, and lobbied to release surgical abortion patients 15 minutes after surgery, instead of the two hour required by the new regulations.

Sen. Peggy Mast also defended the regulations and told of the Legislature’s reasons for passing them. One example was the case of Krishna Rajanna, who operated an appallingly filthy and dangerous abortion mill in Kansas City, Kansas. “He ran women through like cattle in a slaughterhouse. It took two years to close him down,” she said.

“To allow the abortion industry in the state of Kansas to dictate to the Board, how it is to operate, how it is to be regulated, is much like the fox guarding the hen house,” said Newman.

“These abortion clinic regulations are a long time coming. I make no excuses for wanting to restrict access to abortion services, particularly ones provided by the shoddy, filthy type of organizations run in this state.”

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Pro-life Activists Will Call Attention to Dirty Practices at Allentown Abortion Clinic on Saturday

Allentown, PA – Pro-life activists will gather outside the Allentown Medical Services abortion clinic this Saturday to call attention to the horrific conditions recently documented by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.

Protest Details:

When: Saturday, July 16, 2011, at 10:00 AM
Where: Outside the Allentown Medical Services abortion clinic
2200 Hamilton Blvd., Allentown, PA

An inspection that took place on May 26, 2011, discovered out-of-date medicine, metal instruments with a brown material in the hinges and inside the supposedly sterile packaging, surgical instruments tossed in unsterilized drawers, and surgical instruments stored in a “musty” smelling suitcase in broken wrappers – all of which were considered by employees to be ready for use on patients.

Also discovered was a freezer where “Infectious Waste”, (the remains of aborted babies), was stored that was smeared with what an employee acknowledged was blood and contained a thick layer of frozen blood in the bottom. Dirty recovery room blankets and a dangerous lack of patient monitoring were also documented.

The clinic was formerly owned by the notorious abortionist Steven Chase Brigham, but when the State of Pennsylvania ordered him to stop running abortion clinic in Pennsylvania, he simply transferred ownership to a business entity owned by a woman purported to be his mother. He continues to advertize and solicit business for this abortion clinic on his web site.

“Women must be warned that this clinic presents a danger to the public. We urge everyone who can get to Allentown this Saturday to join the group of pro-life activists on the street outside this horrific abortion mill,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.

For more information please e-mail krkuhns1(at)verizon.net.