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“I don’t have an answer to that question.”

Sebelius staffer caught off-guard while attempting to defend pro-abortion governor Topeka, KS — Operation Rescue brought its staff and Truth Truck Fleet to the Kansas Capitol on January 19, to counter a pro-abortion rally and to visit the office of pro-abortion Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius to hold her accountable for vetoing a clinic regulations bill […]

NAME and SHAME: New Campaign Exposes Hospital’s Participation in Abortionist’s “Web of Death”

OR Calls for Wesley Medical Center to Halt Tiller’s Hospital Privileges WICHITA, KS — Operation Rescue launched a new campaign to expose Wesley Medical Center’s participation in late-term abortionist George Tiller’s abortion business. The multi-faceted campaign began with a protest on January 19, 2005, in front of Wesley located at Central and Hillside in Wichita. […]

Christmas Baby Saved

Wichita, KS — Operation Rescue missionary Jeff Herzog reports that a baby was saved on Christmas Monday because of one of Operation Rescue’s signs. A Kansas couple came to George Tiller’s Women’s Health Care Services, the largest late-term abortion mill outside Communist China, for an abortion of their 5-month old pre-born child. One of the […]

Tiller the Killer Strikes Again: Botched Abortion Pictures
Mom may pay for it with her life!

WICHITA, KS — The Abortion Capital of the World experienced another tragedy today when late-term abortionist George R. Tiller escorted his latest victim to the hospital via a speeding ambulance. The woman apparently suffered severe complications after visiting Tiller’s late-term abortion mill earlier today. Tiller has been quoted as saying that he transports women to […]

Abortion Protester Vindicated in Jury Trial

Sheriff’s Deputy was found to have issued an unlawful order in an arrest that sent a 20-year old girl to the hospital. WICHITA, KS — Karen Myers was found not guilty in a jury trial today stemming from a violent arrest at the Kansas Coliseum in 2003 that sent her by ambulance to the hospital. […]