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Wesley Medical Center Subject of Ongoing Campaign

Rescuers keep lunch-hour vigils to expose abortion connection. Wichita, KS — Undaunted by darkening skies and a light rain, members of Operation Rescue held their noon-hour vigil outside Wesley Medical Center in Wichita, KS. Holding large graphic images of aborted children, the pro-lifers informed Wesley staff and patrons alike of the hospital’s association with the […]

Abortion Death Mystery: Was the Death in George Tiller’s Down’s Syndrome Patient Intentional?

by Cheryl Sullenger WICHITA, KS — Over five months after a 19-year old Texas teen died in January during a late-term abortion received at Women’s Health Care Services, the infamous late-term abortion mill owned and operated by George R. Tiller, the autopsy report is still unavailable. The delay in releasing the autopsy has placed on […]

Tiller Feared Abortion Would Kill Patient, But Did It Anyway

OR Files Formal Complaint and Demands Investigation Wichita, KS — Operation Rescue has learned that an ambulance that transported an injured woman from a local abortion mill on May 11, 2005, was summoned by late-term abortionist George Tiller prior to the abortion because Tiller feared life-threatening complications and did not have the facilities to deal […]


Ambulance transports yet another injured women from late-term abortion mill NEW VIDEO WICHITA, KS — An ambulance arrived at Women’s Health Care Services, today at approximately 10:10 AM and remained on the scene rendering emergency medical care to an injured abortion patient for over an hour and a half. This lengthy visit to the late-term […]

Judge Dismisses Suit Requesting 911 Call Files

WICHITA, KS (May 6, 2005) — Judge Warren M. Wilbert dismissed a suit Friday brought by Operation Rescue staff member Cheryl Sullenger under the Kansas Open Records Act requesting an audio file and an unredacted Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) printout of an emergency call made by late-term abortionist George Tiller on February 17, 2005. Tiller’s […]