BUFFALO, NY, May 19, 2014 ( – An abortion facility allegedly locked a 15-year-old girl in an examining room and expelled her mother from the premises when they changed their minds about going through with an abortion, a nationally prominent pro-life activist has stated.

Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood manager who began And Then There Were None as an outreach to other abortion workers, said she and a local pro-life counselor named Cheryl had been in touch with the frightened minor girl by text message.

Johnson described the teen as “a 15 year old girl” who “is very swayed by the opinions of her boyfriend, who does not want her to have anything to do with the pregnancy center in her area.”


Instead, he took his girlfriend to Buffalo Women's Services, reportedly the first businesses in America to house an abortion office and a “natural birthing center” under the same roof.

Things went OK until the girl “asked to see her ultrasound and the clinic absolutely refused,” Johnson reported. “She decided then that they were obviously not interested in helping her and told them that she wanted to leave.”

“They would not allow her to leave the room she was in and locked the door,” she said.

At that time, Johnson writes, the girl's mother began “demanding to see her daughter. At that point, her mother was removed from the facility.”

Then the teenager began texting Johnson and Cheryl to warn them of her desperate situation, and soon she was rescused.

“Cheryl, the local (and amazing) pro-lifer drove to the clinic and the young girl was released in her custody for the weekend,”Johnson wrote

Although abortion facilities label themselves “pro-choice,” tales of women – especially young teenage girls – being locked inside abortion facilities or forced to go through with abortions after they changed their minds are all-too common.


In November 2011, eyewitnesses said they saw abortion workers at Affiliated Medical Services, a Milwaukee-area abortion facility, prevent a young black girl aged 11-14 from leaving the facility.

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Pro-life activist Tara Shaver spared an Albuquerque, New Mexico, teenager an unwanted abortion at Planned Parenthood in 2010. When Tara texted the 17-year-old that she could leave anytime she wanted, the minor replied, “my parents won’t let me.” In May 2011, the girl gave birth to a 10-pound baby boy.

In 2010, Detroit-area abortionist Abraham Alberto Hodari admitted forcibly restraining a black woman who had changed her mind about having an abortion. It was not the first such allegation.

In this case, Johnson asks, “Please be in prayer that this young girl will feel the presence of the Holy Spirit as she navigates through this journey. Also be in prayer for the local pro-lifers who are working with her directly.”


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