Man Who Threatened to Rape and Murder Operation Rescue Staff and Families Gets 12 Months in Federal Prison

PRESS RELEASE Wichita, KS – Christopher M. Thompson, 22, was sentenced today by Federal District Judge John W. Broomes to twelve months plus one day in the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons to be followed by two years of supervised release in a plea bargain deal that allowed him to plead to one […]

Court Update: Planned Parenthood abortionist testifies, “We provide livers, kidneys and intestines.”

By Cheryl Sullenger San Francisco, CA – The RICO case filed by Planned Parenthood against Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue, and other pro-life activists, including Sandra Merritt, David Daleiden, and Albin Rhomberg, who were involved in investigating the trafficking of aborted baby body parts for profit, continued yesterday with a development of note. An […]

Judge Bans Evidence in Planned Parenthood Trial

By Cheryl Sullenger The trial continued yesterday and Troy Newman reports that evidence is being barred from the courtroom related to Planned Parenthood’s participation in aborted baby body parts trafficking. On advise of attorneys, Operation Rescue cannot comment further, however, we are posting reports from other pro-life attorneys involved in the case. Here is an […]

Woman with Perforated Uterus Rushed from Planned Parenthood Abortion Facility that Possibly Supplies Aborted Baby Tissue

By Cheryl Sullenger Providence, RI – An ambulance was called on June 11, 2019, for a 21-year old African-American woman who suffered a perforated uterus during an abortion at the Providence Health Center Planned Parenthood in Rhode Island.  A perforated uterus means that a hole was torn through the uterine wall and into the abdominal […]

Danger: Margaret Sanger Planned Parenthood in NYC Calls Ambulance for 3 Women in 5 Days

By Cheryl Sullenger New York, New York – Pro-life supporters have documented that three women in five days were transported by ambulance from the Margaret Sanger Planned Parenthood abortion facility on Bleecker Street to local hospitals. The first in this string of emergencies took place on Thursday, October 3, 2019, at approximately 6:30 p.m.  Two […]