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Tiller Cases Simplified! Time Line Of Events In Efforts To Bring Tiller To Justice

Complicated case simplified with color codes and references provided as a resource to reporters and others As the legal cases against late-term abortionist George R. Tiller progress, the story also becomes more complicated. Below is a timeline to help you better understand the events surrounding efforts to bring the nation’s most notorious abortionist to justice. […]

Dr. Kelly Hollowell Publishes Column About KS Abortion Death

[We would like to extend our gratitude to Dr. Kelly Hollowell for writing the following column published by WorldNetDaily about the tragic death of Christin Gilbert on January 13, 2005, from a botched third-trimester abortion procured at George Tiller’s Women’s Health Care Services. To read more about this story and view documentation, click here. —OR […]

Possible Abortion Death in Chicago

CHICAGO, IL — Operation Rescue has obtained photos that reveal a possible abortion death at a Chicago abortion mill in March, 2004. The photos, sent by pro-lifer Ric Dugan, Director of Infants Rights Campaign, show a patient completely covered with a sheet being loaded into an ambulance outside the Albany Medical Surgical Center, located at […]

“SHE’S DEAD!”

Victim of Jan. 13 botched abortion died. OR says Gov. Sebelius is to blame and calls for the suspension of Tiller’s license. LISTEN TO 911 CALL Wichita, KS — Operation Rescue received information from two independent sources that a patient of abortionist George Tiller has died. The woman was transported by ambulance from the abortion […]

Botched Abortion Victim from Tiller’s Late-Term Mill Rushed to Hospital Via Ambulance

WICHITA, KS — With sirens blaring and emergency lights flashing, an ambulance rushed an injured woman to Wesley Medical Center in Wichita, KS at approximately 9:30 AM today, (Thursday, January 13, 2005), after an apparent botched abortion at Women’s Health Care Services, a late-term abortion mill run by the notorious George Tiller. “They almost caused […]