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Thursday, July 22, 2010

When the Back Alley Butcher Operates on Main Street

The mantra of the "pro-choice" movement is that they want abortion to be safe, legal, and rare. We can probably all agree that, yes, they want abortion-on-demand legal for all nine months of pregnancy. The other two claims, safe and rare, are not so obvious, and, in fact, all the evidence illustrates just the opposite.

Let's take the safety issue and the case of an abortionist who is well known for butchering women and operating facilties that maim women while they kill their babies. Steven C. Brigham has had his medical license revoked or suspended in five states. But that doesn't seem to bother him or slow him down a bit. He operates 15 abortion mills in four states: Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, and New York.

The Pennsylvania Health Department recently ordered Brigham to close his four facilities in that state for numerous violations that endanger the lives and health of women. Among his unsafe practices is hiring unqualified and unlicensed employees. But so far Brigham has thumbed his nose at Pennsylvania's decision. The mills, located in Allentown, Erie, Pittsburgh, and State College,.remain open even though he has no medical license to practice in the state.

Will Pennsylvania enforce its action against Brigham and close his abortion mills? With enough public pressure probably. Operation Rescue posted an article (linked below) with a message to take action: 
Operation Rescue is asking the public to urge the PDH to immediately enforce their order and close Brigham’s four Pennsylvania abortion clinics. Please contact the Secretary Pennsylvania Department of Health, Everette James, at 717-787-6436.

For more information check out the articles below.


Abortion Clinics Snub PA Health Department Order To Close

More trouble for abortion doctor, this time in Pennsylvania

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