STANEK: Biohazard bags and buckets Tuesday, September 07, 2004
You MUST read this!!! This is happening at the Hope abortion
mill and no one is investigating it! Does anyone care? We
have included this in our streets reports with pictures. ~Angela
By Jill Stanek (Jill@illinoisleader.com)
Three weeks ago I wrote about specific
instances of babies being aborted alive
in hospitals around the
country and allowed to die with no medical intervention.
That column prompted additional nurses to contact me about live
birth abortions they have witnessed in their hospitals. I also had an
incredible telephone conversation with an abortion clinic nurse who
saw them as well.
Although it was only first acknowledged publicly in 1999, the
practice of live birth abortion is now known to be widespread.
The passage of the federal Born Alive Infants Protection Act
in 2002 has apparently not deterred doctors from leaving live aborted
babies to die without medical intervention - because they have not
been told about BAIPA.
To commit LBA, the physician inserts a medication into a mother’s
birth canal up to the cervix, the opening at the bottom of the uterus
that normally stays closed until she goes into labor at about 40 weeks
gestation. The medication irritates the cervix to open early.
Or the physician may force matchstick-sized seaweed sticks called
laminaria into the cervix, which expand when moistened.
Sometimes this abortion procedure requires only one dose of the
medication, or a few laminaria, and sometimes several. I have observed
the process to take as many as four days.
When the cervix opens, the pre-term baby drops out of the uterus,
sometimes alive, unless the physician has killed him beforehand.
The nurse I spoke with by phone worked at a late term abortion
clinic chain on Florida’s west coast. She described wanton
barbarism, on par with Nazi Germany’s Dr. Mengele:
I saw a lot of babies born alive…. Dr. X said that was a side
effect of a medication. They always said to leave the baby alone,
and they would stop breathing…. Two hours was the longest I saw a
baby live…. One girl was 26-27 weeks….
They put the babies in red biohazard bags when they were still
moving… tied the bag up… put them in a biohazard box. The
biohazard medical service would pick boxes up Monday and Thursday.
Dr. X would insert the medication and send the women home. They
were told to come back the next day.
There was one incident where the woman had the baby while she was
waiting at the door for the clinic to open. She got there at 7a. The
clinic opened at 8a. She said the baby was born alive. The baby was
now dead, and she was holding the baby in a bag. She was bleeding.
I was in the room when Dr. X gave the digoxin to stop that
baby’s heartbeat beforehand. [Digoxin is a medication inserted by
needle through a mother’s abdomen into a baby’s heart to cause
instant cardiac arrest.]
Well, he didn’t have an ultrasound machine that day. He
inserted the needle blindly. He said he’d been doing it so many
years, he knew the location. But he didn’t actually know if he hit
I know this nurse Bridget. She was working there when the new
doctor held a baby under water in a bucket when she told him the
baby was alive. That baby was between 25-26 weeks. Bridget left two
months ago because of that.
I left because I got tired of everything going on and the fact
Dr. X would coach women into saying they were going to kill
themselves if they didn’t abort. Then he said he had a legal right
to do it past viability. He did them all the way to 40 weeks.
A nurse who works at a hospital in southern California wrote
I, too, witnessed a similar incident during one very long night
shift in the ER. We were summoned to get a “pregnant woman in
distress" out of her car. The first to arrive was a paramedic,
who reported hearing a little cry as she approached. She tried to
give the baby rescue breaths, but a new infant can't tolerate more
than a couple minutes without O2 before permanent brain damage
occurs, as you know. By the time we got the infant inside, she was
already cyanotic [blue] and, with the parents' urging, the ER doc
pronounced her almost immediately.
The focus turned to stabilizing the mom who was bleeding
profusely. I felt so badly for her and tried to comfort. She was
quite cold to my attempts, which, of course raised suspicions.
When mom's "primary physician" arrived on scene, we all
realized what was going on - that it was, in fact an abortion.
This was a perfectly formed 26-week baby. Someone laid her on a
table. As soon as I saw her I nearly fell apart. The image of that
beautiful, fully formed, perfect little infant haunts me to this
day. I've seen it in my sleep. I've seen it every time I see a
Department of Justice, Department of Health and Human
Services, where are you?
American justice isn’t blind to all the babies being aborted
alive and then either killed or neglected until they die.
American justice has her eyes closed.
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