Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Sanctity of Life - #3539 - Maryland Abortion Horror Leads to Murder Charges - American Thinker (2) New Jersey Nurses Don't Have to Assist with Abortions - Hot Air













In Elkon, Maryland, two abortion doctors were filling ice chests with viable human beings. Local authorities are aghast after discovering freezers full of fetuses, some full term, in a clinic in Elkon County. The doctors accused of disposing of viable infants are Dr. Steven Brigham and his associate Dr. Nicola Riley. The duo was arrested subsequent to difficulties that arose after they "performed part of an abortion in New Jersey [and] then transferred the patient to Maryland" to complete the procedure.  After exercising her reproductive rights, an 18-year-old woman suffered complications and was taken to the hospital. Maryland officials were alerted that something illegal might be going on in Elkon, "searched the abortion clinic looking for [the women's] medical records, but they found something else in the freezer" - discoveries eerily similar to the Gosnell Women's Medical Society "house of horrors.  Apparently, Brigham and Riley would "start" the abortion process in New Jersey, where the state laws are more restrictive. Then, in order to circumvent New Jersey's late-term abortion limitations, women would be shuttled to a secret Elkon County clinic where the 'late-term' portion of the abortion procedure is legal.  Read more........

New Jersey Nurses Don't Have to Assist with Abortions - Hot Air -A federal court upheld the religious liberty of the 12 New Jersey hospital nurses who had been instructed to assist with abortions or potentially lose their jobs. LifeNews.com reports:  Under an agreement UMDNJ agreed to the nurses can remain in their current positions and not be pressured to assist in any part of an abortion procedure. The nurses are only required to help if a life-threatening emergency materializes with the mother involved in the abortion and no other non-objecting staff are available to assist and only until such a time as other can be called up on to relive them.  Fe Esperanza Racpan Vinoya, one of the plaintiffs in the case, told AP she was delighted by the decision but nurse Racpan Vinoya said she was still concerned the hospital would retaliate against her by transferring her or cutting hours.  “I’m still scared about the part of them having four nurses brought in and we might become the surpluses,” Racpan Vinoya said.  Read more.......

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