May 16, 2013 (JillStanek.com) – By now workers at every late-term abortion clinic in America (and there are way more than four) are buzzing about Kermit Gosnell’s conviction this week of murdering three abortion survivors.
Clinic staff have also likely noticed that four of Gosnell’s employees were swept up into his junk and have pleaded guilty of murder, and four others to lesser charges.
Then yesterday came revelations of another hack who allegedly murdered living babies he had just aborted.
Three former employees of late-term abortionist Douglas Karpen of Houston, Texas, have come forward, with photographic and video evidence that he murdered born babies in heinous ways and also committed abortions far beyond the legal limit..
Those three employees were smart. They got out of the industry as whistleblowers and not as accessories to murder. They are helping bring a sadistic abortionist to justice rather than going down with him.
Gigi Aguiliar, Deborah Edge, and Krystal Rodriguez came forward after receiving a postcard from Operation Rescue. The pro-life community has now connected them with attorneys at Alliance Defending Freedom, who helped them contact authorities in Texas.
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Operation Rescue sent a new postcard to every abortion clinic in the U.S. two weeks ago. Click to enlarge…
If you are a clinic worker, have you seen the postcard? If not, your boss likely threw it away.
Seriously consider the fact that if your clinic is involved in illegal late-term abortionists and/or infanticide, it is eventually going to get exposed. Two committees in the U.S. Congress have now launched probes. Who knows if one of your co-workers has already squealed. Troy Newman of OR tells me he has received a tip from one informant already from his new postcard campaign. Was it from your clinic?
You can’t just quit. You’ll still be charged. You have to become a whistleblower. Call 316-683=6790 x155 TODAY.
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