The Life Legal Defense Foundation wants state officials to take
a closer look at an Alabama Planned Parenthood abortion clinic.
The facility in Birmingham is the same named in a lawsuit filed
against Planned Parenthood for an abortion performed on a
woman who had no baby in the womb. Later, emergency room physicians
found that her pregnancy was in the fallopian tube. They did
surgery on her to remove the ruptured fallopian tube, and she is
now infertile (see earlier story).
Life Legal Defense
Foundation (LLDF) attorney Dana Cody tells OneNewsNow the
clinic was also targeted in a Lila Rose Live Action undercover
video in which Rose posed as a minor seeking an abortion
without parental consent and without reporting the father to
"They've been on probation for not following the law
with respect to the parental consent law in Alabama and with
respect to the statutory rape reporting requirements,"
Cody details. "And so now we're asking on behalf of our client
that another investigation be done ... how could this happen
if the Department of Health is keeping an eye on what Planned
Parenthood is doing?"
There is no indication the clinic ever cleaned up its act,
according to the LLDF spokesperson, who is requesting
information on the facility's plan of correction and any follow-up
inspections through the Freedom of Information Act. She is
also filing a complaint against the clinic with the same