Ask Carhart’s Landlord to Terminate Lease with Grisly Bethesda Abortion Business

By Cheryl Sullenger

Bethesda, MD — In Bethesda, Maryland, there stands a non-descript multi-floor medical office building on busy Old Georgetown Road. Passersby likely give it a second thought – although perhaps they should.

One of the more recent tenants in the Wildwood Medical Center happens to be late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart and his AbortionClinics.org (ACO) facility. It is one of a handful of abortion facilities that openly abort babies throughout all nine months of pregnancy.

Now Operation Rescue is trying to persuade ACO’s landlord to terminate the abortion facility’s lease.

Carhart’s abortion business drew attention just a couple of weeks ago when it lost its waste disposal company, Biomedical Waste Services, which picked up the remains of aborted babies at Carhart’s office – some known to be as old as 31 weeks gestation – thanks to a public campaign launched by Operation Rescue.

“As far as we can tell, Carhart still has not been able to sign on with another waste disposal company. Who knows what he is doing with the remains of babies he aborts? It is likely that the amount of human tissue being stored in his office could pose a health hazard to everyone in the building,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.

The building is operated by Aubinoe Management Company. Since Carhart moved in last October, local pro-life activists have tried to convince the company’s president, Alvin “Tripp” Aubinoe, III, to terminate its agreement with Carhart and force him out of the building.

Now with the biohazard threat that ACO must pose, Aubinoe has the perfect excuse to get rid of Carhart’s notoriously unpopular abortion facility.

According to pro-life activist Missy Smith, who has canvassed the 40+ offices that share the building with Carhart’s grisly abortion business, most of the other tenants – primarily dentists and orthodontists who see a lot of children – would like to see Carhart go. They have complained that they are losing business due to the presence of the late-term abortion facility.

“It is our understanding that Carhart’s lease agreements with the Aubinoe Management Company could easily be terminated for cause in light of suspected ongoing biohazard issues and lost business suffered by his other tenants,” said Newman. “Aubinoe also has plans invest a large amount of money in an expansion the office complex at that location. But who would willingly lease office space next to a troubled late-term abortion business? He stands to lose a lot of money as long as Carhart remains one of his tenants.”

Maryland is one of the few states that allow abortions with no gestational limit. If Carhart’s ACO abortion business was asked to leave the Bethesda location, it may be some time before he can find another facility to lease – if ever.

“Imagine how many lives would be spared if Carhart was forced to shut down in Bethesda and could not get another office in Maryland! Imagine how many women would be safe from his well-known sloppy abortion practices,” said Newman. “By just by making a phone call, pro-life supporters could possibly close down Carhart’s very late-term abortion business, perhaps even permanently.”

Operation Rescue is asking pro-life supporters to contact Tripp Aubinoe and the Aubinoe Management Company and respectfully ask them to terminate the Carhart/AbortionClinic.org lease immediately.

Contact:


Aubinoe Management Company

Alvin “Tripp” Aubinoe, President
E-mail: ala@ala-inc.com
Office: 301-986-9070.
Cell: 240-372-4314

She’s Back! Stripper Abortionist with Arrest Record Returns to Delta Abortion Clinic in Disguise

[This article has been edited for accuracy. See statement at the end of this article.]

By Cheryl Sullenger

Baton Rouge, LA – Nsikan M. St. Martin wasn’t supposed to be working at the Delta Clinic of Baton Rouge, one of the sketchier abortion businesses in Louisiana. That was said to be a condition of her former employment at the Teche Action Clinic in Morgan City.

Now, Operation Rescue has learned that St. Martin is no longer working at the Teche Action Clinic and hasn’t been for nearly three months, according to Berryl Broussard, an attorney representing that medical facility. She is also no longer associated with the Teche Medical Center, a hospital where she held hospital privileges, until just last week.

Rich Mahoney, a long-time pro-life activist in Louisiana, tells Operation Rescue that St. Martin has once again returned to work at the Delta Clinic — undercover. She has been spotted wearing disguises and driving borrowed cars and rentals to conceal her identity.

The Delta Clinic of Baton Rouge, Louisiana has long been known as a disreputable abortion facility. After all, was owned by Leon Brinkley, a close associate of convicted Philadelphia murderer/illegal abortionist Kermit Gosnell. At Brinkley’s recommendation, Gosnell had employed former Delta Clinic employee Eileen O’Neal, who posed illegally as a licensed physician (she wasn’t) at his House of Horrors abortion facility in West Philadelphia. [Read more about this connection.]

One might consider St. Martin of the same ilk.

St. Martin was arrested on November 1, 2015, during a domestic dispute with her live-in girlfriend. St. Martin had called police and demanded the other woman be removed from the house. In apparent retaliation, that woman squealed on St. Martin’s drug possession. According to an arrest record posted on line, when the police searched her bathroom, “Officers located suspected marijuana, pills identified as Alprazolam and Mephelyllphenidate and items used to smoke illegal narcotics. Also, several firearms were located in the bedroom.”

St. Martin was arrested and charged with six drug and firearms violations, then released on bail. However, all charges were later inexplicably dropped and no medical board disciplinary action was ever taken.

But illegal firearm possession, illicit drug use, and rowdy domestic disturbances are not the only alarming activities with which St. Martin appears to be involved.

A former patient posted a bombshell review in 2015 on an online medical site soon after St. Martin’s arrest. She indicated that St. Martin worked as a stripper in New Orleans on her weekends off.

“What kind of doctor is this chic [sic] – is she even qualified to be a doctor if she lives her life as a drug-addicted stripper?” asked the former patient.

“You just can’t make this kind of stuff up,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “This is just another example of how abortion facilities attract anything but the best and the brightest. Think about the implications of that and what it means to the women of America.”

St. Martin seems to have financial issues, which may have driven her back to into the abortion business for an influx of quick cash. A 2017 Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan shows a restructured payment schedule that includes wage garnishment to the tune of $7,000 per month taken from her paycheck at Teche Action Clinic, which told her to stop her outside-the-company work conducting abortions.

“St. Martin’s life appears to be entangled tightly in a web of deceit, addiction, and other vices. This kind of behavior usually makes for a pretty miserable existence,” said Newman. “Please join us in praying that Nsikan St. Martin will not only quit the abortion business for good, but that she will turn to God in repentance and allow Him to change her life for the better.”
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Correction 6/18/2018: An earlier version of this story indicated that Nsikan St. Martin was currently employed by the Teche Action Clinic. While we had documentation that she did work there at one time, we have since been informed that she left employment there nearly three months ago. Operation Rescue has a commitment to accurate reporting, and we regret the error.

It has also come to our attention that the Teche Medical Center also had an affiliation with St. Martin, but Operation Rescue confirmed on June 15, 2018, that St. Martin’s affiliation with that facility was terminated much more recently — perhaps within the past few days. This article has been updated to reflect this new information.

Abortion Patient Carried by Clinic Workers to Private Vehicle; Ambulance Turned Away

By Cheryl Sullenger

Montgomery, AL – It was an all-too-familiar sight at abortion facilities around the country. Pro-life activists snapped photos as an ambulance pulled into the parking lot of an abortion clinic. This time, it happened at Reproductive Health Services in Montgomery, Alabama, on May 25, 2018.

But this incident was anything but routine.

Before the ambulance could arrive, witnesses told Operation Rescue that they saw two clinic workers carrying a woman under her arms out of the abortion facility and into a private vehicle. She and her companion had left the area by the time the ambulance arrived – presumably in route to a hospital emergency room.

Photos of this disturbing scene show only two abortion clinic workers holding up a blanket to block pro-life photographers, who tried to document the event.

When the ambulance arrived a short time later, another clinic worker told the ambulance driver that they were no longer needed, so the ambulance left the scene without a passenger.

This unusual situation raised concerns about the woman who had to be carried to her car. Why couldn’t the woman walk on her own? Did she suffer injuries during an abortion? Why didn’t the clinic wait for the ambulance? Did she get proper medical treatment for her mysterious condition?

“We have lots of question and not very many answers,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “We are still looking into this and hope the woman involved is ok and did not receive an abortion.”

Reproductive Health Services made news last month when a recent inspection report noted a citation for failure to report suspected child sex abuse on a 13-year old girl who received an abortion, then returned to the abortion business within 15 months for a second abortion.

“There are all kind of signs that this abortion facility may be covering up for pedophile sex traffickers,” said Newman. “Given their refusal to protect young girls from abuse, it is not a stretch to think they may be hiding a botched abortion as well.”

Operation Rescue will post updates as more information becomes available.

UPDATE! Strange But True: Woman Seeking Abortion Suddenly Gives Birth at Mississippi Abortion Facility

UPDATE! 6/1/2018: After Mississippi news sources reported yesterday that the woman who delivered the baby at the Mississippi abortion facility was seeking an abortion, now news stories have surfaced that report that may not have been the case. The source of both stories appears to have been Shannon Brewer, Director of the Jackson Women’s Health Organization where the incident occurred. Why the change in the story and what really happened? Operation Rescue filed a formal complaint yesterday with the Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure seeking an investigation to ensure that the facility and abortionist Bruce Norman were in complete compliance with all applicable laws and patient care standards. Operation Rescue will update this developing story as new information breaks.

By Cheryl Sullenger

Jackson, MS – A reportedly full-term baby girl was born yesterday in the most unlikely of places – an abortion facility.

The baby’s mother was said to have been seeking an abortion at the Jackson Women’s Health Organization (JWHO) in Jackson, Mississippi. She was in the middle of her first consulting appointment and waiting for an ultrasound examination to determine her baby’s gestational age.

That was when she began to give birth.

A 911 call for assistance with a “full birth” was placed by the abortion business. The ambulance’s arrival alerted pro-life supporters to the medical emergency that was unfolding inside. A radio dispatch recording obtained by Operation Rescue confirmed that the subject of the emergency was a birth. (Listen to the dispatch below.)

Mother and daughter were transported to a nearby hospital where news reports say they are both healthy and doing well.

JWHO says it only conducts abortions through the 16th week of pregnancy. A new law passed and signed by Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant just two months ago bans abortions after 15 weeks.

“We are grateful that the mom and baby are in good health, but there is just something about this whole story that seems suspicious. It’s hard to imagine a woman who did not know she was full term suddenly delivering a baby without knowing she was in labor. We are calling for a full investigation into this incident to ensure that all state laws were observed and patient care standards were met,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue.

“Most pregnant mothers who enter the abortion clinic leave without their beautiful babies. Several weeks ago, this baby girl could have been killed by the same doctor who delivered her today,” said Laura Duran, president of Pro-Life Mississippi.

That doctor was abortionist Bruce Elliott Norman. Given his checkered background, calls for an investigation are more than justified.

Norman is a long-time associate of JWHO’s owner, Diane Derzis, who also owned a now-closed Birmingham, Alabama, abortion business, New Woman All Women (NWAW), where Norman also worked. Both Derzis and Norman were essentially run out of that state after a coalition of pro-life groups, including the CEC for Life and Operation Rescue, complained about a 2012 incident where two overdosed abortion patients at the Birmingham facility were hospitalized on the same day.

That complaint resulted in an inspection that yielded a massive 76-page deficiency report that eventually led to the closure of the abortion business by the Alabama Department of Public Health.

Norman was later caught by the pro-life groups operating Derzis’ Birmingham abortion facility illegally, which resulted in a 2013 disciplinary complaint against Norman. His Alabama medical license has been listed as “inactive” since.

By January 2016, Derzis and Norman finally gave up trying to keep the NWAW open. The building was sold and was torn down.

“The Derzis/Norman partnership is a dangerous one that has been characterized by documented unsanitary facilities, incompetent practices, and deceptive behavior at the Birmingham and Jackson facilities. If JWHO was not the last abortion business in Mississippi, it would have been shut down long ago by the State. That says a lot about the shoddy nature of the place,” said Newman. “That new little baby girl born under Norman’s watch at JWHO has no idea how lucky she is to be alive and well today.”

Watch: 911 Records Show Carhart Abortion Patient Hemorrhaged Half Her Blood Volume

By Cheryl Sullenger

Bellevue, NE – Operation Rescue has obtained the 911 audio recording and Computer Aided Dispatch printout related to a medical emergency that took place on May 4, 2018, at LeRoy Carhart’s Abortion and Contraception Clinic of Nebraska (AACCON) located in Bellevue, Nebraska.

The new records shed light on what we now know was a very serious abortion injury.

According to the 911 recording, a Carhart employee identified as “Chelsea” placed a call to 911 at 12:17 p.m. on May 4 seeking a medical transport to the University of Nebraska Medical Center for a 21-year old female.

Chelsea informed the 911 dispatcher, “Her abortion is complete, but her hemoglobin is 6-3. Six point thee. Excuse me.”

Normal hemoglobin levels for females range from 12.0 to 15.5. A hemoglobin level of 6.3 would represent a life-threatening medical emergency that would require blood transfusion(s).

Severe hemorrhaging resulting in a loss of half an abortion patient’s blood supply would likely come from serious lacerations or other internal injuries inflicted during the abortion procedure.

“We still do not know why the emergency radio traffic archive during this incident had been wiped clean. We are thankful that public 911 records were available to us. This new information indicates that the woman is lucky to have survived,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. “We understand from other information that has come to us that this woman was treated in an intensive care unit for several days.”

Another abortionist, Shana Miles, who was working for Carhart on the day of the emergency, has not been seen at Carhart’s Bellevue abortion facility since the incident and is presumed to have quit.

Carhart has been responsible for sending 17 women by ambulance for emergency medical intervention at a hospital over the past five years, and at least that many in the five years prior to that, when he worked with George Tiller at his now-closed late-term abortion business in Wichita, Kansas.

Carhart also caused the deaths of at least two abortion patients. Christin Gilbert, 19, died in January 2005, in Wichita after a botched 29-week abortion. Jennifer Morbelli, 29, died in February 2013, after Carhart botched her 33-week abortion at a now-shuttered abortion facility in Germantown, Maryland.

“Lee Carhart has left a long wake of pain, suffering and grief over his decades-long child-killing career,” said Newman. “He is among the most dangerous abortionists in America — and one who is most protected by political corruption. We call on medical boards in Nebraska and Maryland to stop protecting him. His medical licenses must be revoked and his killing spree ended for good.”

Read CAD Printout
Read Operation Rescue’s original report on the May 4, 2018, medical emergency.