After a lengthy battle, a Kansas abortionist accused of shoddy practices is now out of business.
Ann Kristin Neuhaus was first sanctioned for practices at her own abortion business in Lawrence, Kansas a quarter-century ago. She eventually shut it down and went to work for Wichita late-term abortionist George Tiller doing psychological reviews of late-term abortion patients.
Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue tells OneNewsNow a 14-year-long legal battle ensued after the state's Board of Healing Arts revoked Neauhaus's medical license.
"Over and over, when she would appeal, they would revoke her license again, and they would send it back to [Shawnee County Judge Franklin Theis]," Sullenger repprts. "The judge would order it to be reviewed, and then they would revoke her license again. So this is the fourth attempt, and finally the judge has issued a ruling that said the Board of Healing Arts was right to revoke her license."
Further, the court has said it would accept no further appeals.
Neuhaus faced a number of accusations, but one involving minors when she worked for Tiller stands out to Sullenger.
"She would issue these mental health diagnoses that were really extremely dubious," the pro-lifer details. "In fact, she was kind of faking these mental health excuses to allow these minor girls to get third-trimester abortions."
The girls ranged from 10 to 14 years of age.