She’s Back! Stripper Abortionist with Arrest Record Returns to Delta Abortion Clinic in Disguise

By Cheryl Sullenger

Baton Rouge, LA – Nsikan M. St. Martin wasn’t supposed to be working at the Delta Clinic of Baton Rouge, one of the sketchier abortion businesses in Louisiana. That was a condition of her continued employment at the Tech Action Clinic in Morgan City.

Now, Rich Mahoney, a long-time pro-life activist in Louisiana, tells Operation Rescue that St. Martin has once again returned to work at the Delta Clinic — undercover. She has been spotted wearing disguises and driving borrowed cars and rentals to conceal her identity.

The Delta Clinic of Baton Rouge, Louisiana has long been known as a disreputable abortion facility. After all, was owned by Leon Brinkley, a close associate of convicted Philadelphia murderer/illegal abortionist Kermit Gosnell. At Brinkley’s recommendation, Gosnell had employed former Delta Clinic employee Eileen O’Neal, who posed illegally as a licensed physician (she wasn’t) at his House of Horrors abortion facility in West Philadelphia. [Read more about this connection.]

One might consider St. Martin of the same ilk.

St. Martin was arrested on November 1, 2015, during a domestic dispute with her live-in girlfriend. St. Martin had called police and demanded the other woman be removed from the house. In apparent retaliation, that woman squealed on St. Martin’s drug possession. According to an arrest record posted on line, when the police searched her bathroom, “Officers located suspected marijuana, pills identified as Alprazolam and Mephelyllphenidate and items used to smoke illegal narcotics. Also, several firearms were located in the bedroom.”

St. Martin was arrested and charged with six drug and firearms violations, then released on bail. However, all charges were later inexplicably dropped and no medical board disciplinary action was ever taken.

But illegal firearm possession, illicit drug use, and rowdy domestic disturbances are not the only alarming activities with which St. Martin appears to be involved.

A former patient posted a bombshell review in 2015 on an online medical site soon after St. Martin’s arrest. She indicated that St. Martin worked as a stripper in New Orleans on her weekends off.

“What kind of doctor is this chic [sic] – is she even qualified to be a doctor if she lives her life as a drug-addicted stripper?” asked the former patient.

“You just can’t make this kind of stuff up,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “This is just another example of how abortion facilities attract anything but the best and the brightest. Think about the implications of that and what it means to the women of America.”

St. Martin seems to have financial issues, which may have driven her back to into the abortion business for an influx of quick cash. A 2017 Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan shows a restructured payment schedule that includes wage garnishment to the tune of $7,000 per month taken from her paycheck at Teche Action Clinic, which told her to stop her outside-the-company work conducting abortions.

It is easy to see why St. Martin might want to hide from her day job the fact that she has returned to moonlighting at the Delta Clinic as an abortionist.

Complaints have been made about St. Martin’s work at the Delta Clinic. Now it’s up to the Teche Action Clinic to do the right thing and limit her options.

“St. Martin’s life appears to be entangled tightly in a web of deceit, addiction, and other vices. This kind of behavior usually makes for a pretty miserable existence,” said Newman. “Please join us in praying that Nsikan St. Martin will not only quit the abortion business for good, but that she will turn to God in repentance and allow Him to change her life for the better.”

Public Comments Open on Protect Life Rule that Will End Planned Parenthood’s Title X Funding

By Cheryl Sullenger

Washington, DC – A rules change in the way Federal Title X family planning money is distributed is now open for comments from the public until July 31, 2018.

The new provision, called the Protect Life Rule, will prohibit Title X funding to facilities that conduct abortions or refer for them.

President Donald J. Trump announced the Protect Life Rule in March 2018, after being urged to implement the changes in an April 30 letter from 153 U.S. Representatives led by Kansas Republican Ron Estes. Follow up letters in support of the rules change were signed by 41 members of the U.S. Senate, and over 80 leaders of pro-life groups, including Operation Rescue.

Pro-life supporters are urged to post comments in support of the Protect Life Rule, which would put an end to Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers and referrers from receiving millions of tax dollars.

“This is one of the last steps before the Protect Life Rule is fully implemented and enforced. We need to show overwhelming public support for the defunding of Planned Parenthood from the Title X program,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “I urge you to comment today in support of the Protect Life Rule that will redirect public funding away from Planned Parenthood and to legitimate health care providers that do not destroy innocent human lives through abortions.”

Since all comments, along with the posters’ names will become part of the public record and may be published, anonymous comments are allowed.

Comments can be posted online at this link: https://www.regulations.gov/document?D=HHS-OS-2018-0008-0001. The comment button is located at the upper right on the page.

Planned Parenthood Halts Abortions at Kansas City Expansion Facility

By Cheryl Sullenger

Kansas City, MO – It appears that Planned Parenthood’s planned expansion of abortion services to include five Missouri communities has not only failed to materialize, but one of their expansion facilities has now halted abortions after offering them for only about eight months.

“Planned Parenthood’s expansion plans have now become a reduction plan,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.

Operation Rescue has confirmed a report that the Midtown Heath Center Planned Parenthood in Kansas City, Missouri, which began offering abortion drugs last September, has now halted abortions due to an inability to locate an abortionist for that facility. There is no anticipated date when abortions might resume.

The Kansas City facility only offered abortions twice per week, but abortion numbers always remained lower than expected. Many women failed to return for appointments after the 72-hour reflection period.

For example, during their first week of abortion services last September, eight out of eleven women who received informed consent for abortions failed to return, thanks to pro-life activists who offered assistance and information to Planned Parenthood’s potential abortion customers.

This leaves only two communities in Missouri that still conduct abortions. While the Reproductive Health Services Planned Parenthood facility in St. Louis facility remains busy, the Columbia facility only conducts abortions two days per month, according to local pro-life leader Kath Forck, who heads up the 40 Days for Life campaigns there.

Planned Parenthood’s plans to expand abortions into Joplin and Springfield also have failed to materialize. In April, the Planned Parenthood in Springfield was denied an abortion facility license due to failure to meet licensing requirements, although efforts to license facilities in both cities are apparently ongoing.

Thwarting expansion plans are new Missouri abortion facility regulations that require an agreement with local physicians or medical groups to provide 24-hour emergency hospital care. In addition, Missouri as blocked those who provide abortions and their affiliates from receiving state family planning funds.

Adding to Planned Parenthood’s woes is a proposed rule change announced by the Trump Administration that will soon prevent Title X funds from flowing to facilities that conduct abortion or refer for them.

Michelle Trupiano, executive director of the Missouri Family Health told the Missourian that out of 40,000 Missourians who benefit from Title X funding, only about one third are seen by Planned Parenthood.

Dilara Yilmaz, a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood Great Plains, which operates the Kansas City and Columbia facilities, remained defiant.

“Our doors will stay open,” she told the Missourian. “We don’t see this impacting the provision of our health services.”

But Planned Parenthood is already feeling the impact of the new state regulations and proposed federal rules, as evidenced by the halting of abortions at the Kansas City facility.

“Every time we hear an abortion business say their doors will stay open, they are almost always the next to close or halt abortions,” said Newman. “The Missouri pro-life community has been extremely smart and effective in enacting pro-life regulations and laws that protect women and their babies. Their activists have been helping women turn away from abortions by offering them information and practical assistance. Missouri should be looked to as a model for other states to follow.”

911 Redactions Cover Up Serious Medical Emergency at “Abortionist to the Stars” Clinic

By Cheryl Sullenger

Beverly Hills, CA – When a patient at the Pro-Choice Medical Center in Beverly Hills, California, suffered a medical emergency, an employee of the swank late-term abortion business placed a call for help to 911.

However, when Operation Rescue received the recording via a public records request, only about 30 seconds of the four-minute conversation could be heard. The other 3 minutes and 30 seconds were filled with a series of beeps, indicating redactions in the recording.

The incident took place on April 23, 2018, at 2:03 p.m. In the parts of the recording that actually contained information, a clinic worker indicated that the emergency involved a “patient who was sent to us. . .”

The 911 dispatcher placed the caller on hold while he dispatched paramedics and later returned to reassure her that paramedics were on the way.

A Computer Aided Dispatch transcript that was obtained along with the recording that a Rescue unit was dispatched along with another unit to provide advanced life support for an injury that did not result from a vehicular accident.

The patient was transported to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for additional emergency treatment. The entire incident took 43 minutes.

According to public records laws, only information related to the patient’s identity should be removed. Information about the condition and why the ambulance was called does not identify any particular person and is not subject to redaction.

“There’s only one reason to over-redact a public 911 recording and that is to cover something up. Given the political climate in California, it’s not surprising that some local official with an agenda would want to hide the dangers of abortion,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “We need transparency in order to protect women from harm at abortion facilities that are ill-equipped to handle the life-threatening emergencies that occur repeatedly.”

The Pro-Choice Medical Center is owned and solely operated by late-term abortionist Josefa Seletz. Since locating her high-end abortion business to Beverly Hills, she has become known as the “Abortionist to the Stars.”

Since the fall of 2015, there have been at least six women transported to the hospital by ambulance from the Pro-Choice Medical Center, which is one of just five abortion facilities in the U.S. to openly conduct abortions through the third trimester of pregnancy.

“We may never know what happened to the woman injured in April, but we know it was serious enough that the assistance of paramedics was needed along with an emergency transport to the hospital,” said Newman. “Women deserve to know the truth about the true dangers of abortion — and the fact that they could very well leave their appointment in an ambulance, as we see time and time again.”

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VICTORY! Waste Disposal Company Quits Carhart Thanks to Action by Operation Rescue’s Supporters

PRESS RELEASE

Bethesda, MD – On June 5, 2018, Operation Rescue posted an article concerning a medical waste disposal company that had contracted with Maryland abortion facilities for the disposal of human aborted fetal remains. Supporters were encouraged to contact the disposal company and ask them to end their services to abortion facilities, especially AbortionClinicsOnline.org (ACO), a late-term abortion facility owned by LeRoy Carhart in Bethesda, Maryland, which conducts abortions throughout all nine months of pregnancy.

And contact they did!

As a result, within minutes of releasing the article, Operation Rescue was contacted by Trey Krell, General Manager for Biomedical Waste Services, Inc., which had contracted to provide services for ACO.

By early afternoon, Krell had sent OR a copy of a letter dated June 5, 2018, addressed to Carhart’s wife, Mary, notifying ACO that Biomedical Waste Services, Inc. was terminating services effective immediately.

Krell also informed OR that contracts had already been “closed” with other surgical abortion businesses.

“We really appreciate and thank Mr. Krell for doing the right thing by severing business ties with Carhart, ACO, and other abortion businesses,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. “We especially appreciate all our supporters who took the time to call and e-mail. This is really your victory! Thank you!”

Out of courtesy to Mr. Krell and his company, the original report will be removed from our website at www.OperationRescue.org, but it will still be available here for reference purposes.

“We remain watchful and are praying that no other disposal business will contract with Carhart, ACO, or any other abortion facility in Maryland,” said Newman. “But if they do, we know our amazing supporters can once again be counted on to jump into action! We appreciate you all more than you know.”

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