The Jury is Out!

By Cheryl Sullenger San Francisco, CA – Yesterday, closing arguments from the pro-life defendants’ side were made in the Planned Parenthood v. CMP et. al. baby parts RICO case.  After seven weeks of trial testimony, the case is now with the jury. Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue, one of the defendants in this case, […]

Operation Rescue Stands in Support of Pres. Trump and Denounces the Impeachment Hoax

PRESS RELEASE Washington, DC – As the impeachment charade begins today in the U.S. House of Representatives, Operation Rescue, a national pro-life group, denounces the Democrats’ efforts to impeach President Donald J. Trump less than one year before a presidential election. The following statement is attributable to Troy Newman, President, Operation Rescue. We at Operation […]

Fifth Ambulance in 2019 Called to Chicago Abortion Clinic for Woman with Dangerously Low Blood Pressure, Blood Loss

By Cheryl Sullenger Chicago, IL – For the fifth time this year, a Chicago abortion facility has called 911 for an emergency transport of a woman who suffered very serious or life-threatening complications to abortions. The Pro-Life Action League provided Operation Rescue with the most recent 911 audio recording that showed a physician assistant asking […]

Testimony Concludes in Planned Parenthood Baby Parts RICO Case

San Francisco, CA — Testimony has concluded in the punitive RICO case brought by Planned Parenthood against pro-life activists, including Operation Rescue’s Troy Newman, who exposed Planned Parenthood’s participation in the illegal trafficking of aborted baby tissues and organs. It is a trial that has had its high and low moments. Of note recently was […]

Austin Planned Parenthood Requests No Sirens for Woman with Uncontrolled “Excessive” Bleeding

By Cheryl Sullenger Austin, TX – Emergency 911 records recently received by Operation Rescue show that Planned Parenthood on Ben White Boulevard in Austin, Texas, conducted a surgical abortion on a 31-year old woman who then began to “bleed excessively.”  But when an employee phoned 911 for the ambulance, she gave conflicting information about the […]