Death Toll April 17-22, 2017
babies, saving lives, one heart at a time”
Reporting from the war zone, the killing fields of Granite
Once known for their towering steel mills, now known for the
late-term baby dumping mill.
Over 400,000 mother-child relationships in their 43-year reign of
Bag n’ Tag approx. 59 were bagged and tagged for medical research, pharmaceutical labs,
and cosmetic firms from this past week’s carnage
babies killed KY,AR,MO,IL. 2 babies saved
Abortionist Erin King was the butcher this day. Pretty busy
with all the out of state clients. We have noticed several
abortionist in training coming to join abortionist Erin King on
Tuesday from Washington University and Barnes- Jewish residency
program. Throughout the afternoon, we rejoiced with two babies including
the couple from AR. coming back out and confirming they saved their
babies. A Black American couple also confirmed. Later in the day
local police were summoned by the ab mill. The ab mill found nails
in the alley and assumed the “protestors”
purposely placed them there, when in reality we have
witnessed several construction
and remodeling trucks pulling into the alley that may of
lost these nails. The officer was heard telling the employees
outside that “it would be hard to prove” and to have a nice day
as he got back inside his car and drove off. By 6:00 p.m. most of
the employees had left the building
Wednesday-approx 4 late
term babies returned from day before to be dismembered.
Friday-approx. 18 babies
It was a rapid killing day as abortionist Yogendra Shah
arrived around 10:00 a.m. ripping as many babies as possible form
their mother’s wombs so he could head out by 12:00 noon. No known saves this day.
babies killed MO,IL. 1 baby saved
Many of the abortion bound mothers were late term from the day
before and arrived in the wee hours to deliver their babies. All
were inside before 6:30 a.m. The devil wants no witnesses.
Throughout the morning one precious baby was spared.
61 babies killed, 3 babies saved, 5,384 babies saved since January 2000
48 babies have been adopted through Small Victories