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Abortion clinic owner scrubs hemorrhaged blood off sidewalk: then woman drives self home
The Susan B. Anthony List “Women Speak Out: Abortion is NOT Health Care” bus tour made a stop in Fort Pierce, Florida, last week, where I met staff from Pregnancy Care Center, the resource center featured in the 2010 HBO documentary 12th & Delaware.
12 & Delaware pitted PRC against the late-term abortion clinic across the street (hence the title of the movie), A Woman’s World Medical Center, with the latter emerging in the film as a shining city on a hill and the former not so much.
I wrote in December 2010 that A Woman’s World Medical Center was subsequently cited for numerous health and safety violations soon after the documentary aired. A year later it was cited for 31 pages of violations, including expired resuscitation equipment, unqualified staff, inadequate patient monitoring. In fact, the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration has now issued six deficiency reports since 2009.
But at the SBA List bus stop I was told of an incident that took place on August 11, and given photos.
Sidewalk counselors noted that a post-abortive mother who had left the clinic and driven herself out of the parking lot (which I’m sure is a health code violation), drove herself back 20 minutes later.
Walking up the ramp to the front door, she dropped her keys. When she bent over to pick them up, she hemorrhaged a large amount of blood, and then left a trail of blood behind her all the way to the door.
The photos below are of “lab tech” Arnold Guerrero (close-up, right), who is married to mill owner (and convicted felon for cocaine possession, robbery and battery, and grand theft) Candace Dye, quickly trying to mop up the blood.
The mother left the clinic again after a half hour, again driving herself out of the parking lot alone.
[HT: Bren and Anne]
Reprinted with permission from JillStanek.com
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