Infamous abortionist reopens clinic

Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

emergency lights ambulanceBusinesses housed in an office building in Bethesda, Maryland, might not appreciate the latest tenant to open up shop there. 

On September 29, 2017, the closure of Germantown Reproductive Health Services was announced after pro-life organizations bought the building in Germantown, Maryland.

Late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart had worked at that clinic as an independent contractor doing abortions through the ninth month of pregnancy until the new pro-life owners forced him to move. 

Operation Rescue's Cheryl Sullenger has learned this week that Carhart is back in business in Bethesda, Maryland, and pro-life workers are already in place to try to save babies from abortion there. 

Sullenger, CherylCarhart, who is in his mid-70s, is best known as the abortionist who fought through the legal system, going to the U.S. Supreme Court three times, in a failed attempt to block a federal law banning grisly partial-birth abortions. 

“The abortions he's doing there are the very late ones, they're very expensive and he has a very high profit margin off of those abortions,” Sullenger tells OneNewsNow. “So whenever a baby is saved at one of these late term clinics, it takes a lot of money out of the abortionist's pocket.” 

She says it's easy to assume that the currently unidentified owner of the building didn't consult with other businesses located there, tell them of Carhart's presence, and the fact that he is terminating late-term babies. 

“It's not going to be good for any business in that building, and those other business owners can band together and pressure the owner of that building to kick him out so that their businesses don't suffer because of him,” Sullenger adds.

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