"Abortion Capital" Series Exposes
Horrific Late-Term Abortion Business
May 6, 2010
Albuquerque, NM - Operation Rescue has released the final installment of a five part series of investigative reports titled "Abortion Capital," exposing the dangers of the new late-term abortion business, Southwestern Women's Options in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Part One explains how permissive abortion laws in New Mexico drew the late-term abortion industry to that state when the infamous Women's Health Care Services (WHCS) in Wichita, Kansas, permanently closed last year.
Parts 2-4 focus on each abortionist who works at Southwestern Women's Options, including Texas abortionist Curtis Boyd, and California abortionists Shelley Sella and Susan Robinson, who worked for WHCS doing abortions through the latest stages of pregnancy.
Part Five explores the late-term abortion method used by Boyd, Sella, and Robinson, and documents complications and reaction from other abortionists who consider it to be unsafe.
"We expect that there will be serious, life threatening emergencies at Boyd's abortion clinic just like there were at WHCS, where the Induction abortion method was developed. Women need to be warned of the very real dangers that they face at Boyd's Albuquerque clinic. It is only a matter of time before a woman dies from abortion complications there," said Newman. "The nature of the process makes it inevitable."
"We plan to use every legal option available to close this clinic for the protection of women and their viable babies. The first step is to raise public awareness and warn others of the dangers so they don't fall victim to this predatory late-term abortion mill, and we pray that the Abortion Capital series of reports will help do that."
Read the entire series:
Abortion Capital, Pt. 3: "A baby came out and it was moving"Abortion Capital, Pt. 4: The Dancing DogAbortion Capital, Pt. 5: "We think the process is safe. Nothing is perfect"