It all started when fast-talker Steven Chase Brigham and one of his recruits pulled up to a Maryland emergency room in a rented Chevy Malibu with a gravely injured 18-year-old girl in the back seat. Brigham and his flunkey, Dr. Nicola Riley, were evasive about who they were, where they were from, and what had happened to the girl. The girl was flown to Johns Hopkins for emergency surgery. Brigham took Riley back to his nearby abortion mill, where she got back to work.
An outraged doctor called the medical board and the cops.
And now Brigham may face felony charges.
In order to sell later abortions than he was licensed to sell in New Jersey, Brigham would start the abortions in his Voorhees office, then caravan his women to Maryland -- where he wasn't even licensed to practice -- so that somebody there could finish the job.
Coverage of Brigham's woes also describes an abortion death at the hands of Romeo A. Ferrer. I'll update the case of the woman I called Peggy later -- I have to leave for work.
UPDATE: I wrote up the case of the death of Denise Crowe. And Brigham has agreed to a suspension of his New Jersey license in order to, he says, gain time to prepare his defense. However, while Brigham himself is not permitted to practice, this doesn't shut down the abortion mills he runs. This quack is still in charge.