Too Dangerous to Operate: Bakersfield Abortion Business Hospitalizes 20th Woman in 6 Years

By Cheryl Sullenger Bakersfield, CA — The morning of January 30, 2019, started like any other for Tim and Terri Palmquist, who offer help to women outside the FPA Women’s Health abortion facility in Bakersfield, California. Tim watched as the abortionist Gorli Harish, climbed out of his red Cadillac and was greeted by the awaiting […]

“Abortionist to the Stars” Clinic Calls 911 for Septic Patient

By Cheryl Sullenger Beverly Hills, CA – When women suffer the tragedy of their babies dying in the womb in the second trimester of pregnancy or later, usually they are usually admitted to a hospital and are cared for by their obstetricians. That’s what makes a September 13, 2018, call to 911 placed by the […]

Panicked Woman Left Gasping for Air at Planned Parenthood While Staff Refused to Help

  By Cheryl Sullenger Baltimore, MD — A woman at a Planned Parenthood office, presumably for abortion drugs, suffered a serious anxiety attack and was forced to call 911 on her own for medical assistance because no one at Planned Parenthood would help her. The 911 records show the incident took place on December 7, […]

“Unmoving” Abortion Patient Becomes 71st Medical Emergency Requiring Ambulance Transport from St. Louis Planned Parenthood

By Cheryl Sullenger St. Louis, MO – Fridays are busy days at Reproductive Health Services Planned Parenthood in St. Louis, the last abortion facility in Missouri, and pro-life groups like the Coalition for Life St. Louis like to make sure their teams are on hand to offer practical assistance and love to abortion bound women. […]

Life-Threatening Abortion Complications at St. Louis Planned Parenthood Revealed in New 911 Document

By Cheryl Sullenger St. Louis, MO – In response to an open records request, Operation Rescue has obtained a list of EMS calls placed from the Reproductive Health Services Planned Parenthood abortion facility in St. Louis, Missouri, between November 5, 2016 and November 15, 2018.  The list was released by the City of St. Louis […]