Wichita’s newest abortionist also engages in “Family Practice” in Oak Park, Illinois.


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    Taking over “Tiller the Killer’s” Old “Diggs”

According to Eric Scheidler of the Pro Life Action League:

    You may have heard that notorious late-term abortionist George Tiller’s old abortion clinic is re-opening in Wichita, Kansas, under the name South Wind Women’s Center. But what you may not have heard is that the owner of that abortion clinic – Cheryl Chastine – works as a family practice doctor right here in Oak Park, Illinois.
    When I found out the doctor trying to carry on Tiller’s legacy was operating right in our own back yard, I immediately mounted a ‘surprise protest’ at her Oak Park office. Her clients, including a woman in advanced pregnancy, were shocked to learn their family practice doctor is an abortionist. What’s more, the protest was so effective that it drew the ire of the national abortion cartel, which sent out emails to their supporters about our ‘threat’ to the Wichita abortion clinic.
    If Chastine drops her affiliation with South Wind Women’s Center, the Wichita clinic will have to close under Kansas law. You see, medical offices in Kansas have to be owned by physicians. It took abortion advocates in Wichita a long time to find Chastine – a young doctor who wasn’t at all prepared for the stigma of being an abortionist.

Scheidler plans another protest of Chastine’s Oak Park office in the coming days.

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Editor’s note: This gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “killer commute”.

“After Tiller” – an intimate and heartfelt look at four doctors performing third-trimester abortions.

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“We tried to frame it as clearly as possible as being a part of these doctors and seeing it from their point of view,” said Wilson, “and for them, the protesters are there kind of buzzing in the background all the time, but they are not a big presence in their lives, other than a possible threat lurking there. I think we wanted to represent the protesters in a way that was true to the doctors’ experiences of them, but we also didn’t want to make them look crazy or one-dimensional. Even though they are a small part of the doctors’ lives, we tried to treat them fairly when they are in the film.”

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More about Tiller and his gruesome pals

Editor’s note: This pro-abortion propaganda piece is just too disgusting for words! The filmmakers said they didn’t want to make the PROTESTERS look crazy! What about the filmmakers themselves? Are they nuts? Couldn’t they see the wanton slaughter that was taking place, all around them? Couldn’t they smell the stench of death in those places? Didn’t they realize they were dealing with monsters? And then there’s the part where the “caring and conscientious” abortionist turns down a woman’s request for an abortion! Does anyone want to bet how many times that ever (never) happened before? Give us a break, will you?

Cohort of the late “Tiller the Killer” loses her Kansas medical license

In stripping Neuhaus of her license, the board accepted the findings of an administrative judge, who concluded in February that Neuhaus “seriously jeopardized” the care of her patients. The case against her involved mental health exams done in 2003 on 11 patients, ages 10 to 18. The judge said Neuhaus’ records didn’t contain enough information to show that she did thorough exams.

Neuhaus provided second opinions Tiller needed under Kansas law to perform some late-term abortions at his Wichita clinic. Until his death, Tiller was among a few U.S. physicians known to terminate pregnancies in their final weeks, and Neuhaus provided second opinions for him from 1999 to 2006.

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Kline: Late Kansas abortionist George Tiller diagnosed healthy twin babies as a “dangerous fetal abnormality” … and killed ’em.

The Tiller discoveries came as part of Kline’s child rape investigations against Planned Parenthood in 2007, when he filed 107 charges, including 23 felonies, against the local affiliate. Kline says that out of 166 records of girls impregnated under 13 years old, abortion clinics had reported only two as instances of child rape, when the law required that all be reported. The two that were reported, he said, had already hit the media at the time.

Kline described his shock he felt as his investigations deepend and both the judicial system and local media turned on him, in tandem with Planned Parenthood. The abortion giant poured millions into defending itself, said Kline, because a conviction would mean the loss of $350 million in federal taxpayer funds.

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Editor’s note: Denmark isn’t the only place where something is rotten!

Kline: Sebelius’ appointees engaged in unethical, possibly illegal, shredding of pivotal documents at the Kansas Department of Health

Former Attorney General Phill Kline said Friday he expects the actions of a Kansas political and legal system he described as corrupt would result in the dismissal of all remaining charges against a Planned Parenthood clinic accused of violating abortion laws.

Kline, an anti-abortion activist who initiated the investigation leading to 107 charges against Planned Parenthood in Johnson County, said in an interview with The Topeka Capital-Journal that “Shreddergate” should demonstrate the depth of corruption in defense of the Kansas abortion industry.

He blamed the administration of Democratic Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, now secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, for obstructing his legitimate criminal inquiries of abortion law violations involving Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri and the late Wichita abortion doctor George Tiller. Sebelius held to a pro-choice position as governor and received political help from supporters of Planned Parenthood and Tiller.

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Misguided Fordham U professor wants to dialogue while millions of babies are being slaughtered.

I grew up on a farm in rural Kansas approximately 130 miles from where Dr. George Tiller, a late-term abortion provider, was murdered. I respect the need for the services he and his colleagues compassionately provided, as well as the gap in services left by his death and the closing of his clinic. My position is at odds with that of many people, including members of my family and people with whom I grew up.

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Remembering “Tiller the Killer”

Editor’s note:

Dear Professor Flavin,

I listened. You’re a total idiot!

Sincerely,

Doug

Remembering “Tiller the Killer”

“Family” photos memorialize Tiller’s work

Text from the NAF website:

We continue to mourn the loss of our friend and colleague, Dr. George Tiller. Dr. Tiller was a dedicated physician who provided quality abortion care to women, at great personal sacrifice and risk. He is truly a hero to his fellow abortion providers and his patients. Dr. Tiller’s office is filled with letters from women, thanking him for the excellent, compassionate care he provided. Many of these women say Dr. Tiller saved their lives.

Tiller relaxing with a very close friend

Since his tragic death, we have received messages from some of his patients and from people around the world who are saddened and outraged. We feel it is important to share these words and tributes to our beloved colleague and friend. For the first time, we will enable comments on our blog so that all of you can share your condolences or offer memories of Dr. Tiller. We invite you to join us in honoring a true American hero, Dr. George Tiller.


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(The tens of thousands of babies he killed
have no graves or tombstones)

Editor’s note: Wichita abortionist George Tiller offered his customers a memorial service in his facility after he performed abortions, often coupled with weird, religious rituals.

The baby would then typically be incinerated, along with 20 or more other recently aborted babies, in a type of crude, on-site crematorium, which (eerily reminiscent of the Nazi death camps) reportedly, sometimes showered the surrounding neighborhood with human ashes.

George Tiller’s abortions resulted in deaths of moms

The fathers have eaten sour grapes, and the teeth of the children are set on edge.

Dr. Mila Means was raised in a family that considered abortion an accepted, reasonable idea. Her schoolteacher parents, social activists in the 1960s, instilled that attitude early in her life.

“I was in the ninth grade when my father told me
if I were pregnant before I was 18,
I would have an abortion,” Means said.

Means calls herself one of the least financially secure family physicians around.

“I’m not good at making business decisions for financial reasons,” she said….

Her private life is unconventional.

Means, who has no children, is married to a gay man, but doesn’t live with him. She lives with a boyfriend, and her husband lives with another gay man….

Read more at Jill Stanek’s site

Editor’s note:
What a sad piece of work! Maybe abortion is an accepted, reasonable idea for radical, Marxist/Leninist hippies like Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Kathleen Sebelius and their ilk, but most people … even today … know better. So should this murderous medical doctor. The headline comes from Ezekiel 18:2.

The Obama connection: How corruption in Kansas placed abortionists above the law.

As Roxie is facing the gallows for the murder of her lover in the musical Chicago, her defense attorney Billy Flynn played by Richard Gere, turns towards her and says:

“Roxie, you got nothing to worry about…it’s all a circus, kid…you’ve got to razzle dazzle ‘em, give ‘em the old flim flam flummox, fool and fracture them – how can they hear the truth above the roar?”

Such was the strategy of the defense team for Dr. George Tiller and Planned Parenthood. To accomplish this end Planned Parenthood and Dr. Tiller retained the services of former Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius, her hand-picked Attorney General Paul Morrison, her later appointed Attorney General Stephen Six and Sebelius appointed Kansas Supreme Court Justice Carol Beier.[1]

Now Mr. Six is attempting the same flim flam flummox approach in his nominations hearing. President Obama has nominated Six for a seat on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals on the recommendation of Ms. Sebelius, now Secretary of Health and Human Services in the Obama Administration. The Sebelius appointment and now the Six nomination were both strongly supported by Planned Parenthood.

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Abortionist plans to set up little shop of horrors in Wichita, in spite of alleged threats.

When we meet Angel Dillard in the recent documentary “What’s the Matter with Kansas?” she’s a bright, perky mother of two who’s volunteering at the Kansans for Life booth at the state fair.

Nothing like a thug.

But a thug she is, if what the federal government says is true. Dillard is accused of sending a threatening letter in January to a Wichita doctor who plans to start performing abortions in that city where none has been offered openly since the 2009 assassination of George Tiller.

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The Problem With Toning Down the Rhetoric – And Why We Probably Won’t Do It

First of all, there’s history. No matter how earnestly these Catholic friends of mine insist that they oppose abortion, when I think about what they want us not to do, I am forced to conclude that they just don’t see the symmetry between the abortion issue and other moral tragedies in recent history, such as the Holocaust and racial segregation. Would my Catholic friends today not applaud those German, Austrian and Italian Catholics who risked their lives to speak out in the strongest terms against the racial policies of Hitler and Mussolini, even though in doing so they used language that their friends thought was counter-productive, divisive and spiteful?

And why can’t these friends of mine cast themselves in the role of American whites who, during the civil rights struggles of the 1960’s, urged those few outspoken Catholic priests, sisters, and laypeople who rode freedom buses and were arrested during sit-ins to tone down the rhetoric, because it was counter-productive and divisive?

Is it me, or is the outrage of these Catholic friends of mine over the recent murder of the abortionist George Tiller, and the blame they hurl at the “extreme rhetoric” of pro-lifers for his death, not analogous to the anger of those white Catholics in the 60’s who blamed civil rights activists for instigating the Watts and Detroit riots?

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Ann Coulter discusses George Tiller murder on O’Reilly show

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Coulter: “I am personally against shooting an abortionist, but I don’t want to impose my moral view on others.”

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The murder of George Tiller while “safely” inside his church … the ultimate irony!

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A church is generally considered a place of safety and refuge … much as a baby is supposed to remain safe, warm and protected inside his/her mother’s womb.

George Tiller denied any such safe refuge to the estimated 60,000 babies he killed, all the while claiming that he heroically provided a necessary “service” to women … even though roughly half of the babies he killed were female.

George Tiller sowed corruption and death on a grand scale, and his apostate church backed him up all the way.

Now Tiller is dead and his killing center is shuttered. Tiller’s church refused to host his funeral, and the entrance of that church will always be stained with Tiller’s blood.

While there is no justification under the law for the killing of abortionists like Tiller, one can’t help but appreciate the irony.

Galatians 6:8 For what things a man shall sow, those he shall also reap.

Pro-life Leaders Face Death Threats, Require Protection from Abortion Rights Radicals

June 16, 2009 – In the aftermath of the shooting of late-term abortionist, Dr. George Tiller, American pro-life leaders have been receiving death threats prompting round-the-clock protection from authorities.

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The antithesis of “Tiller the Killer” and pro-aborts everywhere

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A picture should be ‘The Picture of the Year,’ or perhaps, ‘Picture of the Decade.’  It won’t be. In fact,unless you obtained a copy of the U.S.  paper which published it, you probably would never have seen it.

The picture is that of a 21-week-old unborn baby named Samuel Alexander Armas, who is being operated on by surgeon named Joseph Bruner.

The baby was diagnosed with spina bifida and would not survive if removed from his mother’s womb. Little Samuel’s mother, Julie Armas, is an obstetrics nurse in Atlanta. She knew of Dr. Bruner’s remarkable surgical procedure. Practicing at Vanderbilt University Medical   Center in Nashville, he performs these special operations while the baby is still in the womb.

During the procedure, the doctor removes the uterus via C-section and makes a small incision to operate on the baby. As Dr.Bruner completed the surgery on Samuel, the little guy reached his tiny, but fully developed hand through the incision and firmly grasped the surgeon’s finger. Dr. Bruner was reported as saying that when his finger was grasped, it was the most emotional moment of his life, and that for an instant during the procedure he was just frozen, totally immobile.

The photograph captures this amazing event with perfect clarity. The editors titled the picture, ‘Hand of Hope.’  The text explaining the picture begins, ‘The tiny hand of 21-week-old fetus Samuel Alexander Armas emerges from the mother’s uterus to grasp the finger of Dr. Joseph Bruner as if thanking the doctor for the gift of life.’   
   
Little Samuel’s mother said they ‘wept for days’ when they saw the picture. She said, ‘The photo reminds us pregnancy isn’t about disability or an illness, it’s about a little person.’Samuel was born in perfect health, the operation 100 percent successful. 

(Editor’s note: The modern C-section medical procedure employed here also invalidates virtually every claim the pro-aborts make regarding the need for induced abortion to preserve the health of the mother.)

The picture is awesome … incredible! Please pass it on. The world needs to see it!

Submitted by Robert K. and Ken K.

Randall Terry on abortion and the death of George Tiller

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If we ever hope to make it illegal from conception until birth to slay an innocent human being – we are going to have to declare the truth without equivocation.
    
WASHINGTON, DC (Catholic Online) – “Tell a man whose house is on fire to give a moderate alarm; tell him to moderately rescue his wife from the hands of the ravisher; tell the mother to gradually extricate her babe from the fire into which it has fallen; — but urge me not to use moderation in a cause like the present. I am in earnest — I will not equivocate — I will not excuse — I will not retreat a single inch — AND I WILL BE HEARD.” – William Lloyd Garrison

Because of the slaying of George Tiller, the pro-life movement is at a critical crossroads, one that could determine whether we proceed on a path to victory or to defeat.

George Tiller’s death has the potential to drive us back into a corner, or to propel us forward to victory. Which way will it go? That depends on us.

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Notorious Late-Term Abortion Practitioner Compares George Tiller to Martin Luther King

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In a new interview, late-term abortion practitioner LeRoy Carhart compared slain colleague George Tiller to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Carhart also compares pro-life advocates to the Klu Klux Klan and the comments are drawing condemnation from King’s family.

Dr. Alveda King, the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and a woman who takes a strong pro-life position following multiple abortions she regrets, took exception to Carhart’s comments. “For LeRoy Carhart to mention the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who worked through peaceful and non-violent means, in the same breath with that of George Tiller, whose work ended peace and brought violence to babies in the womb, is offensive beyond belief,” she told LifeNews.com. “The analogy is just wrong.”

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Tiller abortion mill to be permanently closed. Kansas Archbishop offers Mass for Tiller’s soul.

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Archbishop of Kansas City Joseph Naumann, writing in his column in “The Leaven” last week, said he responded to Tiller’s killing by offering Mass for the repose of his soul and for the consolation of his family.

“The pro-life movement is about saving lives, not taking them,” he said. “Killing those who perform abortions builds up the culture of death, because it embraces its premise that we solve problems by destroying human life rather than honoring the truth that every human being is made in the image of God.”

Listing several abortionists who abandoned their practices and became part of the pro-life movement, Archbishop Naumann said abortionists are not “evil people.”

“They are men and women made in the image of God and deemed by Jesus to be of such worth that he gave his life on Calvary for them. They are men and women who are engaged in a very evil activity – destroying an innocent human life, but often for what, in their misguided minds, they believe to be noble reasons. I believe this was true of Dr. George Tiller.”

The archbishop called for prayers for doctors involved in abortion and “to love them out of their abortion clinics.”

“We need to continue to speak the truth about abortion, but always with love. Those who perform abortions and those who procure abortions are not our enemies. We must recognize in them the same God-given dignity that inspires us to be so passionate in protecting the lives of unborn children.”

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George Tiller’s abortions resulted in deaths of moms

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George Tiller was not a doctor in any sense of the word. He was a man who possessed a medical degree and chose to degrade those credentials by becoming a late-term abortionist for money and fame. His specialty was the gruesome partial birth abortion procedure and he performed them up until the ninth month of pregnancy. He was one of only three men in this country to perform these abortions in the third trimester. As Bill O’Reilly pointed out on The O’Reilly Factor, Tiller performed over 60,000 late term abortions and made millions of dollars doing it. When America was a nation filled with rational people, 60,000 fetal deaths would have been considered butchery. There has been much criticism of pro-lifers who referred to him as “Tiller the Killer.” Sorry, but that’s exactly what the man did for a living. He killed. And not just babies.

Christin Gilbert was a pregnant 19 year old woman with Down’s Syndrome, and one of at least two women aborted and killed by George Tiller. Christin had been sexually assaulted, and brought to the Women’s Health Care Services when she was 28 weeks pregnant. She died following a botched third trimester abortion procedure, in which two injections of digoxin were administered to the unborn baby’s heart. Christin was supposed to deliver the dead baby in a hotel room, but she developed complications that resulted in sepsis, cardiac arrest and systemic organ failure. She was transported to a local hospital emergency room where she died on January 13, 2005. As of this writing, there are over 21 million search results on Google for “George Tiller” and only 3,520 for Christin Gilbert.

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If you can use the millions of dead unborn to justify a murder, this time, then you can use other rationales for other murders.

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If you can use the millions of dead unborn to justify a murder, this time, then you can use other rationales for other murders.

Once you have justified the killing of a George Tiller, what is to stop you from finding a means to justify other killings, or the whole concept of assassination?

In a so-called late-term abortion, a baby is delivered vaginally, and feet first. The body and shoulders are delivered, but the infant’s head is held within the birth canal, until the doctor can slip a scissor into its skull and suction out its brains, at which point he will deliver a dead child and avoid a charge of infanticide.

We are told that these abortions are necessary to spare the life or mental health of a fragile mother who may not be able to endure the physical or psychological rigors of childbirth.

The American Medical Association has quietly conceded that—as we do not live in the nineteenth or even the early twentieth century, when a cesarean section was all but a death sentence for a woman—there really is no medical reason for such an abortion. One may additionally argue that delivering a baby feet first, then shoulders, is by no means a simple or easy sort of delivery, so the dangers it purports to spare a woman are not obvious.

George Tiller specialized in aborting advanced pregnancies and he is being held up as a hero and martyr by those who can read the previous paragraph and not find the word savagery forming on their lips. Those of us who call ourselves pro-life take a very different view, and cannot call Tiller a hero, but neither can we support his murder.

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