Friday, January 29, 2010

More Than One Life Lost...

The abortion providers at this clinic in Queens (which is also reported to provide plastic surgery, laser wrinkle surgery, skin depigmentation and liposuction) clearly really care about women. That's why they can tell the media that "Nothing happened here." Maybe when you destroy lives every single day adding an extra, unexpected death to the others doesn't seem like that big of a deal. It is a big deal:
Queens, NY ( -- A botched legal abortion killed a Hispanic woman earlier this week at a shoddy abortion center in Queens, New York. In an interview with a local newspaper, staff at the abortion center were dismissive of the woman's death, prompting outrage from a pro-life group that monitors abortion facilities.

As has reported, 37-year-old Alexandra Nuñez was killed after a botched abortion claimed her life at the A-1 Women's Care abortion center located in Jackson Heights.

Despite the abortion death, staff at the abortion center, who did not return a phone call seeking comment, told the new York Daily News that everything went properly during the abortion procedure and that they are still booking women for abortions.

"The patient was transferred to the hospital, she didn't die at the clinic," a woman from the clinic told the newspaper. "Nothing happened here."

That has Operation Rescue president Troy Newman beside himself.

"Nothing happened there -- except fatal injuries during a botched abortion which cost a woman her life," Newman told

"It is so typical of abortion clinics to hide the truth, but this time, the truth is out. The clinic is under investigation, and we will be forwarding information about this tragedy to the New York State Medical Board and demand disciplinary action against the abortionist," he said.

Entire story here.
Maybe the abortion providers over here who brag about "helping" Latina women should add this story to the others that they told.

Please pray for Alexandra Nuñez, the Nuñez family and the conversion of the abortion providers out there who spend their days destroying life.

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