Autopsy Report: Woman Bleeds to Death the Day After an Abortion at Dangerous Ohio Facility

An Exclusive Operation Rescue Special Report By Cheryl Sullenger Cleveland, Ohio – Tia Archeiva Parks was a 26-year-old mother of a little girl that had just turned four when she walked in to Preterm, a Cleveland abortion facility, on June 7, 2019, for what seemed like a routine abortion in her first trimester of pregnancy.  […]

Operation Rescue Introduces the Newly Redesigned AbortionDocs.org, the Largest Collection of Documents on America’s Abortion Cartel

By Cheryl Sullenger Wichita, KS – Operation Rescue is pleased to announce that it has launched a new version of the website AbortionDocs.org that is bigger, faster, and more user-friendly than ever. After realizing that no accurate listing of U.S. abortion facilities existed anywhere, Operation Rescue began the daunting task of identifying every abortion facility […]

New Mexico Late-Term Abortion Business Sued for Malpractice and Illegal Baby Parts Trafficking

By Cheryl Sullenger Albuquerque, NM – A New Mexico woman who unknowingly suffered injuries that led to a hysterectomy after a bungled abortion filed suit against an Albuquerque abortion business last month for medical malpractice.  But this is not just a run-of-the-mill abortion-related malpractice suit.  This story takes surprising twists and turns into the dark […]

St. Louis Planned Parenthood’s New Deficiency Report/Court Docs, Reveal Obstruction of Truth in Horrifically Botched Abortions

By Cheryl Sullenger St. Louis, MO — New documents just received by Operation Rescue clarify a motion filed by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) on June 13, 2019, and provide additional information related to patients who received botched abortions and RHS Planned Parenthood in St. Louis. These new documents include: The […]

The Abortion Cartel’s Back-Up Plan Should Roe v. Wade be Overturned

By Cheryl Sullenger Washington, DC – Since the passage of several state laws that ban abortion either entirely, as in the Alabama ban, or early in pregnancy at six to eight weeks gestation, as in Ohio, Georgia, and Missouri, there has been much talk of how the U.S. Supreme Court will take up one or […]