Live Action gets banned after whistleblower spills all
A popular photo-sharing website known for its holiday recipes and home décor banned a pro-life group after a whistleblower revealed the company was blocking access to millions of users.
A pro-life activist group wants Michigan to investigate an abortion chain, where a woman was heard in a 911 call screaming in agony.
Veteran pro-life group Operation Rescue continues to demand 911 phone calls from abortion clinics, and its latest pursuit is from Northland Family Planning located in Southfield.
After pursuing the information for three months, Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue tells OneNewsNow it was a call for an ambulance transport to an emergency room. In the recording, she says, a woman was “screaming in agony” in the background.
“And the woman who was calling for 911,” Sullenger advises, “was indicating to the dispatcher that the woman had suffered a perforated uterus.”
Fire Department records reflect that she also had a partially collapsed lung.
Sullenger says it's not an isolated incident: it’s just one of six medical emergencies at Northland in six months.
Operation Rescue is filing documentation with state medical officials calling for a probe of the clinic and of two others owned by Renee Chelian.
“There's something really dangerous happening there,” Sullenger warns, “that so many women would be going to the hospital in such a short amount of time.”
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