Kansas Abortion Clinics Put Women at Risk With Filthy Conditions
The State of Kansas will ask for summary judgment at a hearing on Friday, August 3, 2012, in a suit brought by Kansas abortionists challenging a clinic licensing law passed last year.
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#1 Jul 31, 2012
Never before read so much lying in my life. This relgion is just another political party trying to impose its belief on you.
#2 Jul 31, 2012
Very good news: the callous lawbreakers are losing their license to kill, and their pesthole abortuaries are being shut down.
"...The father-daughter team of abortionists, Herbert Hodes and Traci Nauser, originally brought suit to block the new clinic licensing law, refusing to submit their Center for Womens Health abortion clinic to state inspection.
Hodes is no stranger to headlines in the Sunflower State.
"According to the Wichita Eagle, Hodes testified on March 9, 2011, before the House Committee on Federal and State Affairs. The Eagle reported,[Hodes] estimated that Kansas has seen five deaths in the last five years because of abortion procedures.[ http://operationrescue.org/pdfs/Eagle031011.p... ]
Hodes later changed his tune and denied any abortion-related deaths occurred during that time span after his comments prompted demands from Operation Rescue that the Attorney Generals office investigate the spate of unreported abortion deaths.
"Hodes and AFW also were part of a Federal lawsuit tried in 2006 challenging the states mandatory child abuse reporting requirements. They argued that abortion clinics should not be required to report suspected cases of child sex abuse when girls under 14 come to them for abortions. While initially the judge ruled that abortion clinics could report at their discretion, a change in the law later rendered that absurd ruling moot.
"The Kansas State Board of Healing Arts revoked the license of abortionist Ann Kristin Neuhaus, last month after it was determined that she had for years improperly referred women for late-term abortions for mental health reasons after conducting negligently inadequate patient interviews that she attempted to pass off as mental health evaluations. The revocation was the result of a complaint filed by Operation Rescue. The abortion clinic she worked at had no oversight nor had it ever been inspected to ensure compliance with Board regulations or other laws.
"The license of another Kansas abortionist, Krishna Rajanna, was revoked in 2005 after it was documented that he ran a filthy abortion mill that was so nasty that one police detective later testified -- http://operationrescue.org/files/dethoward.pd... -- before the Legislature about the horrific conditions he experienced. The clinic had never been inspected and would still be operating if not for pro-life activists who documented and exposed the filth.
"Operation Rescues own headquarters is now located in a former abortion clinic where appalling conditions existed, including mold and pest infestations, leaky roof and plumbing, a clogged drain in the room where abortion equipment was washed, and dangerously out of code electrical. It operated for 23 years without a state inspector ever darkening its doorway."
#3 Aug 3, 2012
YOu are the darkness with you lies. My your god forgive you. To bad you are not more like him/her/ them.
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