Friday, November 23, 2007

Searches: History and current events

  • "Terri" Roe died of a botched abortion in New Jersey in 1991.

  • Steven Infante is the Massachusetts coach who had been abusing a girl from the age of 14, and brought her for an abortion when he imprenanted her at the age of 17.

  • Seth Gilbertson is one of the people who signed a Planned Parenthood petition trying to shut down CPCs. Seth said, "Every woman should have the ability to recieve balanced information so they can make their own decisions." Like when Planned Parenthood told my babysitter that her 8-week fetus was "just like a blood clot"? Like the way Planned Parentood told Cristi Stile they were referring her to a "safe" facility, and they sent her to one with no crash cart? Cristi has been incapacitated since that ever so safe abortion. How about the way PP endangered the lives of women with their lies that the anesthesia given to the mother in a late-term abortion kills the fetus? Obstetricians were faced with sick moms who didn't want to consent to desperately-needed surgery because PP's lies convinced them that they would be endangering their loved and wanted babies. How about the lies PP told you to get you to sign the petition in the first place? Get smart, Seth. You've been punked by PP.

  • Home abortion? Not recommended. Unless you want to end up like Laura France, Kris Humphrey, Penny Roe, or Daisy Roe.

  • Arnold Bickham is the seedy Chicago abortionist responsible for the deaths of Sherry Emry and Sylvia Moore.

  • Kieron Nisbet was caught performing abortions at a Florida abortion clinic despite the fact that Nisbet isn't licensed to practice outside a hospital. SSDD for Florida.

  • What is it about abortion, specifically in the 1940s, that keep drawing people here? Perhaps it's because during the 1940s, while abortion was still illegal, that there was a massive drop in maternal mortality from abortion? The death toll fell from 1,407 in 1940, to 744 in 1945, to 263 in 1950. Most researches attribute this plunge to the development of blood transfusion techniques and the introduction of antibiotics.

  • "abortion doctor changing mind" -- Rachel McNair did an excellent analysis of this phenomenon. The Society of Centurions is a support and advocacy group for reformed abortionists. I have a list of links to converted abortion workers and their stories here.

  • Hamid Hussain Sheikh is the Kentucky abortionist who was recently arrested for Medicaid fraud.

  • Pennyroyal abortion? Kris Humphrey and Penny Roe thought it was safe and "natural". They both ended up dead.
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