Sunday, September 28, 2008

Search: Miami abortion clinics

Well, there was Nabil Ghali's clinic, Blue Coral Medical Center, which was shut down under an emergency order describing "deplorable conditions," including a suction device with green mold growing in it, improperly discarded bloodstained sponges, generally poor infection control, about 70 different kinds of medication with expired dates, unsafely administered general anesthesia, stirrups covered with blood, and untrained workers monitoring women in recovery. One of the inspectors told the Miami Herald, "When we got there, there wasn't any soap in the place, so our inspectors had to go next door to wash their hands." But despite the conditions at Blue Coral, it was re-opened under stipulations.

Women's Care Center is where Ruth Montero, Myrta Baptiste, Maura Morales, and Shirley Payne died. It was owned by Hipolito Barreiro, trained in Argentina and West Africa, but not licensed in U.S. Barreiro was accused of practicing without a license and tampering with witness.

Former criminal abortionist Luis Barquet opened a Miami abortion clinic, where Marina DeChapell met her death.

Carolina Gutierrez (pictured) suffered sepsis, gangrene, and multiple amputations before finally dying of complications of an abortion performed at a Miami clinic.

Dadeland was perhaps the most infamous of the Miami abortion mills, run by Betty Eason and her felonious children. It's the deplorable, seedy place where Ellen Williams was treated with tea, sympathy, and a bottle of oral antibiotics to treat the raging peritonitis that took her life.

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