Now closed scandalous Virginia abortion mill turned office building into branch office of hell.

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Eaton Place Associates, LLC, filed suit against Nova’s owner, Mi Yong Kim, in 2011 seeking to terminate its lease because the abortion business created a nuisance. Court documents state the abortion business created such an unpleasant environment that other tenants were leaving the building.

One court document stated the following indicated that that other tenants had to endure abortion protests along with “patients and visitors of [Nova] loitering in hallways, individuals vomiting in the bathrooms or common areas in and around the building, and female visitors carried from the building in an apparent state of unconscious…This is the reality created by NOVA.”

In fact, Operation Rescue worked with local activists to document medical emergencies at Nova and filed a complaint against Kim, who continued to operate the abortion business even though she had her own medical license revoked in 2007 after killing a patient during an abortion.
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DEA busts Ohio “Vampire” abortion operation

To provide accurate lab test results, a clinic’s reagents need to be tested each day with both Rh+ and Rh- blood.

Rh- blood is relatively rare, with less than 15% of the population in the U.S. being Rh-. Instead of buying known Rh- blood, Capital Care was drawing up blood from their repeat customers who were Rh- and keeping the blood for the next two weeks in the refrigerator to use each day.

A typical patient would have a finger stick to perform the test.  These “repeat” patients had an entire tube taken.

A staff member told inspectors that “many of the facility’s patients underwent frequent surgical procedures at the facility.” There is so much wrong here, one scarcely knows where to begin.

One thing is certain: Capital Care was counting on these Rh- women to show up repeatedly to supply them with blood.

However, there was no doctor’s order for any of these women to have a tube to be drawn instead of just a finger stick, “nor was there documentation the patient was made aware of the blood sample’s intended use.”

In other words: Capital Care was stealing women’s blood.

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Writer claims Planned Parenthood knew about Gosnell house of horrors and still referred women there.

Planned Parenthood Southeast Pennsylvania president and CEO Dayle Steinberg admitted this week at a fundraiser that the abortion business knew of the problems at Gosnell’s Philadelphia abortion facility.

Apparently Planned Parenthood did not report it to the state health department or other state or local officials who could have done something about it. Instead, it appears the abortion giant left it up to women Gosnell injured or traumatized to make public officials aware of his House of Horrors.

“We would always encourage them to report it to the Department of Health,” Steinberg said of women who reported problems at Gosnell’s abortion clinic to Planned Parenthood staff.

Why would the nation’s biggest abortion chain not report the problems? Maybe because it referred women to Gosnell for abortions that were later in pregnancy than it would do.

Bingo.  And I should add many of these abortions were illegal to perform, according to Pennsylvania law (which states no abortions after 24 weeks).  Add Southeast PA Planned Parenthood to the growing list of groups, public officials, and advocates who all have a serious amount of dead baby blood on their hands.

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Catholics – 1 Baby Killers – 0

This is huge news from the Daily News. An abortion clinic has closed in the abortion capitol of the world New York City. And why? The landlord is blaming Catholics.

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Deed restriction effectively thwarted opening of Planned Parenthood Michigan killing center.

“Planned Parenthood is now out the $733,151 it paid for the building, the $200,000 grant it lost and at least $100,000 in legal fees, as speculated by pro-life real estate agent Dave Theisen of Real Estate for Life,” Stanek wrote. “It was Theisen who originally discovered the deed restriction.

“Congratulations to Michigan pro-lifers for their hard work, which paid off in a major victory against Planned Parenthood and the saving of many lives,” she wrote.

Joining the fight against the Planned Parenthood plan was Central Oakland County Right to Life and several other groups, whose leaders organized pickets and demonstrations.

Also, some 11,000 petition signatures were gathered on a statement in opposition to the plan.

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Notorious Rockford, Illinois abortion mill permanently closed!

The clinic has been the site of weekly protests from anti-abortion advocates who often carry signs with anti-abortion messages on the sidewalks outside the Broadway building, praying for the end of abortion and encouraging patients to change their minds about getting an abortion.

One of those protesters was Sister Rosalia Bauer.

“It’s a tremendous relief,” Bauer said when contacted Friday afternoon. “Now the women will have a choice to go to a safe environment and hopefully have more opportunity to rethink their decisions.”

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Shameful Rockford abortion mill to pay fine, reopen, kill more babies

“Considering the utter disregard for basic medical standards found by Public Health personnel, we hope they won’t wait another 14 years to reinspect this clinic,” said Peter Breen, executive director of the Chicago-based Thomas More Society.

A Wednesday hearing on the alleged violations in Chicago ended abruptly with the announcement by attorneys for the state and the clinic that an agreement had been reached.

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Infamous Rockford, IL abortion mill sited, closed indefinitely. (About time!)

Kevin Rilott, a veteran pro-life witness outside the Northern Illinois Women’s Center, reported that the Illinois Department of Public Health on Friday stated on a suspension notice that “the department had found conditions at the facility that are a direct threat to the public interest, health, safety and welfare requiring immediate, emergency action.”

“We don’t know how long this abortion mill will be closed but we do know that finally the women and children of Rockford will have some protection from an abortion mill that is known for its dangerous conditions and celebrating abortion as some kind of demonic victory over God,” wrote Rilott on the Pro-Life Corner blog.

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Editor’s note: Pray for the inspectors involved, as it’s quite likely the conditions which were recently brought to light have existed for a long, long time. There’s a reason no one ever acted on them before … Illinois politics!

Philadelphia Grand Jury: No one acted because “subject was the political football of abortion.”

Regulators ignored report after report of horrific conditions at a squalid abortion clinic, prosecutors said, leaving a trail of missed chances over the years to stop a doctor from performing illegal, late-term abortions that killed at least two patients and hundreds of newborns.

The officials’ failure to follow up on complaints against Dr. Kermit Gosnell came amid a “live and let die” political climate that effectively ended inspections of all abortion clinics in Pennsylvania, according to the grand jury that indicted Gosnell.

Gosnell, 69 — a family practice physician not certified to perform abortions– was arraigned Thursday on charges of murdering seven babies and one patient. The indictment against him detailed a gruesome litany of failures and refusals to uphold even the most basic public health guidelines.

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Editors note: This is the type of thing that happens when the “Culture of Death” is allowed to take over government and politics, under the guise of personal freedom and choice.

And this is only the “tip” of the iceberg! Similar types of poorly regulated, virtually uninspected “facilities” operate all around the country.

Watch how, in just a few days, this will drop off the “radar screen” and be ignored by the main stream media, while the finger pointing … and the cover up … begins!

This is a much bigger story … in every way … than the Tuscon shootings!

Pennsylvania Department of Health deliberately chose to skip enforcement of abortion mill health laws.

“We discovered that Pennsylvania’s Department of Health has deliberately chosen not to enforce laws that should afford patients at abortion clinics the same safeguards and assurances of quality health care as patients of other medical service providers,” the report says. “Even nail salons in Pennsylvania are monitored more closely for client safety.”

“The State Legislature has charged the Department of Health (DOH) with responsibility for writing and enforcing regulations to protect health and safety in abortion clinics as well as in hospitals and other health care facilities. Yet a significant difference exists between how DOH monitors abortion clinics and how it monitors facilities where other medical procedures are performed,” the report continues.

“Indeed, the department has shown an utter disregard both for the safety of women who seek treatment at abortion clinics and for the health of fetuses after they have become viable. State health officials have also shown a disregard for the laws the department is supposed to enforce. Most appalling of all, the Department of Health’s neglect of abortion patients’ safety and of Pennsylvania laws is clearly not inadvertent: It is by design,” the report indicates.

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Judge rules neighbors can proceed with lawsuit against Aurora Planned Parenthood

In 2007 the Thomas More Society, on behalf of neighbors, sued Planned Parenthood of Chicago and the City of Aurora, the former for violating multiple zoning ordinances when building its Aurora abortion mill under false pretenses and the latter for saying “that’s ok” when PP’s subterfuge was discovered.

TMS added a claim that to this day the City of Aurora continues to refuse to apply the correct zoning ordinance to PP, even after the City admitted its attorneys applied the wrong ordinance to PP in September 2008.

Since 2007 PP/Aurora have filed 3 separate motions to dismiss.

Today there was a huge victory for our side….

DuPage Co. Judge Neal Cerne ruled today that TMS’s zoning case can proceed. The judge denied PP’s latest motion to dismiss and upheld the main count of the suit, that PP willfully violated local zoning and building laws during the development and buildling process of the Aurora mill.

Judge Cerne ordered the defendants to answer TMS’s complaint within the next month.

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News from the Trenches

It started out a tough morning, with many people refusing to stop or roll down their car windows. Roger spoke with a Hispanic couple in their early 20s. The couple had a one-and-a-half-year-old child, who was not with them at the time. When asked, the woman said she was there for an abortion because of many reasons, financial being one of them. Roger told them about Culture of Life Family Services and that they could get pre-natal care for free if money was an issue. After relating that the new baby would be as dear to her as her other child and that each baby is a unique person, they seemed to soften. They said they would talk about it, and seemed to be leaning toward leaving. They parked, but after about 15 minutes they were seen going into the mill. We prayed that they would change their minds and come out, which often happens once you have planted the seeds of doubt. We kept an eye out for them, but after about 10 minutes it became busy at the front entrance as another wave of cars came in, and we lost track of whether or not they stayed.

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