By Anne Reed

Little Rock, AR — Little Rock Family Planning, an abortion business in the capital city of Arkansas, that performs abortions up to 21 weeks gestation, continues its pattern of calling on medical professionals to pick up the pieces of failed abortions – delivering injured women by ambulance to a nearby emergency room.

On Tuesday, May 10, 2022, 911 was called and an ambulance was dispatched at 12:51 p.m. to transport a patient to UAMS Medical Center. This was the 69th documented medical emergency which required an ambulance since 1999.

Little can be garnered from the CAD, but the priority 2 transport code indicates it was an emergency that necessitated lights and sirens. See CAD.

The abortion business has long been exposed for sordid behavior that goes beyond its work killing in utero babies and maiming women. Among its abortionists is Willie Parker, known for his many statements indicating his work as an abortionist is rooted in “deep Christian identity.” In the preface of his book Life’s Work: A Moral Argument for Choice, he wrote, “I remain a follower of Jesus and I believe that as an abortion provider, I am doing God’s work.”

Just one year after the book’s March 2018 publication, the National Network of Abortions Funds (NNAF) released a statement  distancing itself from Parker after allegations surfaced that he was involved in a pattern of sexual misconduct.

And on August 13, 2020, the license of the facility’s medical director and abortionist, Thomas Tvedten, was temporarily suspended for gross negligence and ignorant malpractice, after the Arkansas State Medical Board (ASMB) determined that his evaluation and certification of a minor girl for a medical marijuana card posed a danger to the public. Apparently, Tvedten saw fit to temporarily replace himself with Parker as medical director.

“This abortion business continues to prove itself a danger to mothers in crisis,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman, “all the while profiting off of their vulnerability, killing their babies, and sending countless injured women to emergency rooms – certainly far more than the 69 cases we have been able to document.”