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June 15, 2005

Kansas abortuary accused of killing born babies

From LifeNews:

A late-term abortionist in Kansas is being accused of violating the federal Born Alive Infants Protection Act.

A document obtained by WORLD magazine indicates that some babies at George Tiller's Wichita abortion facility are dying after abortions instead of during them.

The document, entitled, "Your Stay at Women's Healthcare Services: Step-by-Step What to Expect, Intrauterine Induction Abortion," states that "live birth of the fetus" is among the possible complications. It states that responsibility for the medical care and transport of a live-born infant rests on the mother.

But the Born Alive Infants Protection Act of 2000 requires that medical workers offer life-saving aid when a baby survives an abortion.

Joann Armentrout, an administrator with the Wichita facility, claims the abortion center is not violating the law. Armentrout was quoted in WORLD magazine saying, "We've never had a live birth here."

However, Armentrout failed to mention the case of Sarah Brown, a girl with severe disabilities who was adopted and lived for five years after surviving an abortion at the Wichita facility in July of 1993.

Armentrout's statement also contradicts statements made by abortionist LeRoy Carhart last year. Carhart told the Associated Press that during dilation-and-evacuation abortions, "The fetuses are alive at the time of delivery" at least once a month.

The problem is that the kind of person that would choose to make a living murdering human beings is not likely to be the type of person that would have much respect for the law, truth or the safety and welfare of other people. Yet millions of women put their lives in the hands of these vermin every year. 

Posted by Danny Carlton at June 15, 2005 07:04 AM

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