'Shocking image' sums up abortionist's work

Friday, November 9, 2012
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

According to Operation Rescue, an ambulance was called again to a Cleveland abortion facility where emergencies are not uncommon.

Sullenger, CherylCheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue tells OneNewsNow the information on the November 1 incident at the Abortion Access Center for Women's Health has just now surfaced.

"A woman was bleeding heavily after an abortion at 22 weeks. The abortionist's name is Martin Ruddick, and he was responsible for sending another woman to the hospital with a medical emergency following a late-term abortion just less than five weeks ago," the pro-lifer details.

Sullenger's organization has filed complaints with the medical board in Ohio, alleging Ruddick is "incompetent and hurting women," as the abortionist has a history of problems and lawsuits.

"When he was photographed in September escorting one of his botched abortion patients out to the ambulance, he was shown wearing what looked like a butcher's apron," Sullenger reports. "It was just such a shocking image of seeing an abortionist at an abortion clinic wearing a butcher's apron."

Still, she says Operation Rescue thinks "that pretty much sums up his abortion business, to be honest."

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