Abortionist unsafe to practice on many counts

Thursday, August 9, 2018
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

abortion clinic examination roomA New Jersey abortionist associated with an abortion clinic owner who has a shady reputation could be on the brink of losing his license.

Documents reveal that Vikram Kaji has signed a consent agreement to stop practicing medicine and stop serving as medical director for American Women's Services, which has eight or nine locations in New Jersey.

Operation Rescue's Cheryl Sullinger explained the significance of his problematic health record.

“Vikram Kaji is 82 years old, Sullinger pointed out. “He has had a history of mental health issues. He had a stroke a few years back, caused a lot of confusion. It was not safe for him to conduct medical services and he was actually doing abortions.”

These are including surgical abortions.

These are just the immediate concerns about Kaji, as he already had a history of improprieties.

“In the 1990s, he was actually convicted by the medical board of sexual improprieties with some of his patients, including having sex in the office and taking advantage of underage girls and stuff,” Sullinger stressed.

The medical board is giving Kaji time to mount a defense and prove that he remains capable of handling both jobs.

He has served as medical director for the chain of abortion clinics owned by Steven Chase Brigham, who has lost his medical license in several states, including New Jersey, where he was required to dispose of his abortion clinics. On paper, he transferred ownership to Kaji but continued to run the facilities himself.

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