Pro-life group documents house of horrors in St. Louis

Tuesday, November 26, 2019
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

hand with ultrasound wandA notorious abortion clinic has been under the watchful eye of a national pro-life group as well as state health officials.

Operation Rescue has monitored a controversial Planned Parenthood-owned clinic in St. Louis, where a whopping 75 women have been sent to a hospital emergency room according to the pro-life group’s records. The 75th patient was sent on Nov. 21.

Operation Rescue spokersperson Cheryl Sullenger tells OneNewsNow the abortuary has been caught allowing trainees to perform abortions without supervision.

Sullenger, Cheryl“Those trainees are refusing to cooperate,” she alleges, “and so this process now has gone through an administrative hearing. And we expect to hear some time in February a final decision on whether or not this administrative court will allow the Department of Health to revoke Planned Parenthood's surgical license.”

A state deficiency report from last June shows that failed abortion attempts were conducted on three women. One woman nearly died from blood loss and another got sepsis, which is caused by infection and can be fatal.  

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