They’re No Angels: Operators of the Mississippi Abortion Business in the Dobbs SCOTUS Case Have a Troubling Past

By Cheryl Sullenger Jackson, MS – Diane Derzis is the owner of Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the last abortion facility in Mississippi.  On December 1, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on her challenge to a state ban on abortions after 15 weeks gestation.   The case is Dobbs v. JWHO.  It is […]

Not Safe: Woman Hemorrhages After Botched Abortion In Michigan

By Cheryl Sullenger Sterling Heights, MI — An ambulance was called to Northland Family Planning, an abortion business in Sterling Heights, Michigan, for a 35-year-old woman who was hemorrhaging after a surgical abortion. According to 911 records related to the incident on August 19, 2021, the Sterling Heights Fire Department dispatched a fire unit and […]

Nothing to See Here: Just a Torn Uterus During Botched Late-Term Dismemberment Abortion

By Cheryl Sullenger Eastpoint, MI – A woman’s uterus was torn during a botched late-term Dilation and Evacuation dismemberment abortion on July 23, 2021, at Eastside Women’s Clinic, in Eastpointe, Michigan, according to 911 records provided to Operation Rescue. But despite the life-threatening injury, the clinic employee who dialed 911 for an ambulance did not […]

Two Justices Express Reluctance over Texas Heartbeat Bill that Cut Abortions by 50%

By Cheryl Sullenger Washington, D.C. — The U.S. Supreme Court convened on November 1, 2021, to hear two expedited cases related to the Texas Heartbeat Act even as news was spreading of a new study that revealed the new law is responsible for a dramatic decrease in abortions in the Lone Star State. The Heartbeat […]

Abortion Facility Inspections: Massive Regulatory Failure in 40 States – and COVID-19 Had Little to Do with It

A Operation Rescue Special Investigative Report By Cheryl Sullenger In February of 2010, what started out as a routine police raid on a suspected “pill mill” turned into a murder case that shocked the world.  Police had suspected that a doctor named Kermit Gosnell was dumping illegal prescriptions for Oxycontin on the streets of Philadelphia.  […]