A well-known late-term abortionist will soon learn whether he must close his abortion mill.
Martin Haskell is a late-term abortionist with one remaining clinic in a Dayton suburb. He is best known for his claim to have originated the gruesome late-term abortion method which Congress outlawed in 2003 and the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed as constitutional in 2007.
Haskell has also had questionable practices, a recent one involving a 26-year-old woman on March 7 who experienced excessive bleeding, according to Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue.
"[The bleeding] could not be controlled by the clinic staff and they had to call 9-1-1 for assistance – and this woman was, in fact, transported to the hospital," she informs OneNewsNow.
Last month another abortion victim had to be rushed to an emergency room because of seizures.
Ironically, this week the Second U.S. District Court of Appeals heard arguments of Haskell's appeal of an earlier ruling by the Department of Health on his Dayton-area clinic.
"It was actually ordered to close in 2016 because it could not meet licensing regulations," Sullenger informs. "In fact, his license was revoked – and so they've been able to operate for all these years on a revoked facility license."
Consequently, Haskell should learn soon enough whether he can continue to violate state law, has to comply with the law, or shut down for good.