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Planned Parenthood Called 911 After a Botched Abortion and Then Made a Shocking Reque

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Revmitchell, Jun 2, 2015.

  1. Revmitchell

    Revmitchell Well-Known Member
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    Feb 18, 2006
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    Pro-life activists in Ann Arbor, Michigan, are reporting that there have been two medical emergencies at the Planned Parenthood abortion facility there within sixty days.

    The video, released by Ann Arbor 40 Days for Life actually documents three medical emergencies at this Planned Parenthood facility and includes a 911 call recording from the March 12, 2005 incident.

    During that 911 call, a Planned Parenthood employee who identified herself as “Elisabeth” indicated that they had a patient that needed transport to the University of Michigan Hospital.

    The Planned Parenthood abortion worker then made a startling request.

    “And I would like to request that the ambulance come to the back of the building with no sirens, please,” she told the 911 dispatcher.

    The video shows that the ambulance company, Huron Valley Ambulance, complied with the request, potentially delaying their arrival time.

    “Planned Parenthood and other abortionists will do almost anything to cover-up the medical emergencies and botched abortions that take place at their facilities, even if it means delays in patients receiving emergency medical treatment. The more these incidents are documented, the more their rhetoric of ‘safe’ abortions are eroded, and the more business they lose,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.

    The video also shows footage from another emergency that took place at the Ann Arbor Planned Parenthood abortion facility on May 9, 2015, less than 60 days after the March incident. Clinic workers used sheets to obscure any view of the gurney as it emerged from the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic.

    “It is obvious that there is an ongoing safety issue at this Planned Parenthood and we thank the local pro-life activists who are documenting the truth. Of course abortion takes an innocent human life, but evidence we have collected over the years shows it isn’t safe for the mother either, despite Planned Parenthood’s hollow claims. Those who are hurting these women must be held accountable by state oversight agencies that are tasked with protecting the public,” said Newman.

  2. Gina B

    Gina B Active Member

    Dec 30, 2000
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    Those sound like reasonable actions, and they actually called for help, which does not happen at all abortion facilities.
    There is no need to focus on them helping a patient avoid being stared at and photographed/recorded during a medical crisis. It is also a normal request to ask EMT's to turn off sirens when they get close. It is less frightening to patients and helps avoid nosey people getting in the way. They did it for me when my daughter needed help and we were at a pool party. Worked great - without panicking the other guests.
    They are performing abortions. One in two of their patients die every time. And someone wants us to be alarmed because they provided privacy to a patient being transferred?