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A pro-life organization wants to know why a dangerous abortion clinic owner is still in business.
Steven Chase Brigham operates clinics from New Jersey to Florida, and recently an abortion patient was taken by ambulance from the Florida clinic to a Pensacola, Florida, emergency room after her child's life was terminated.
Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue tells OneNewsNow that's only the latest incident. In fact, at least one of Brigham’s patients has died.
“He has no medical license,” she says. “He's been revoked in a number of states and forced to surrender his license in a few others. We believe if he's unfit to practice medicine, he's also unfit to operate an abortion clinic.”
Brigham has been run out of Maryland and Pennsylvania. When his medical license was revoked in New Jersey, he was supposed to divest his abortion clinics. But Sullenger says there is no information indicating he has done that.
“The abortionists that Brigham hires aren't really any better than he is,” she adds. “And we have documented problems with many of the abortionists that he hires to work at his seedy little abortion clinics. He's known for cutting corners, operating illegally, for flaunting the law at every turn, and it's just too dangerous. Those clinics need to be closed.”
Operation Rescue's website contains a link so that people can email Florida health officials to take action in the latest case.
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