Whistleblower Uncover Botched Abortion Epidemic

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by Worthy News U.S. Service

COLUMBUS, OHIO (Worthy News)-- Documents and information provided by an abortion whistleblower indicated that botched abortions occur much more often than the public is led to believe according to a leading pro-life organization, Worthy News has learned August 18.

Operation Rescue, a leading pro-life Christian organization, released transcripts showing disturbing information about two botched abortions that took place at different abortion clinics in Columbus, Ohio, within the past month.

Troy Newman, president of Operation Rescue, told Worthy News, "It is our understanding from conversations with our confidential sources in Ohio that abortion patients in Columbus end up in the local emergency rooms with alarming frequency. Our whistleblower says that these two incidents are just the tip of the iceberg. The true number of abortion complications is hidden from the public and it now appears that complications requiring emergency hospitalization have reached epidemic proportions."

Operation Rescue is demanding that the Medical Board of Ohio conduct inspections and close the abortion clinics in Columbus and around the state.

Operation Rescue received the information through its whistleblower program, which encourages abortion clinic workers, former patients, and anyone with knowledge of crimes that have been committed at abortion clinics to contact the pro-life organization.

Since the inception of the whistleblower program, Operation Rescue has been releasing an avalanche of evidence of abortion abuses which has resulted in license revocations, clinic closures, and other disciplinary actions against abortion clinics.

Planned Parenthood was not immediately available for comment at the time of this release.

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