Wichita, KS — Operation Rescue announces the release today of The Tiller Report II.
Carefully researched and documented, this report contains up-to-the-minute information about Women’s Health Care Services and its owner, late-term abortionist George R. Tiller of Wichita, KS — information the abortion industry does not want the public to know.
The public is now beginning to hear of the tragic abortion death of Christin Gilbert and the grassroots effort to convene a Grand Jury to investigate Tiller in her death, but there is more to the story that is not making the AP newswire.
The Tiller Report II reveals shocking information about Tiller’s late-term abortion business including the following facts:
There is eyewitness documentation of at least ten other women who have required emergency hospitalization after receiving “services” at Women’s Health Care Services. Did they survive their injuries? Tiller is under investigation by the Attorney General of Kansas for possible illegal late-term abortion and non-reporting of child rape. Why is Tiller suing to avoid cooperating? Tiller has a documented history of drug and alcohol abuse. Is he still using? Tiller is one of the largest campaign contributors in Kansas. Learn who he supports and how that may help him avoid trouble with the law.
These and many other facts can be found in the freshly updated edition of The Tiller Report II.
“Everything in The Tiller Report II has been carefully researched and documented by our top-notch investigative team,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. “We publish this information because we know that secrecy works to aid the abortion industry. They like to hide their dirty little secrets. We must reveal them, because exposing the unfruitful deeds of darkness, according to Biblical mandates, saves lives.”
The Tiller Report II tells what Operation Rescue is doing to stop the killing, and what the public can do to help.
Read The Tiller Report II Online in PDF Format (5.98 MB)
Printed copies of The Tiller Report II are available for a donation of $10 each. Click Here to Order.