SAN FRANCISCO, Mar 1 (  On Wednesday, the California Supreme Court voted to suspend the murder trial against abortionist Bruce Steir. In a controversial split ruling, the Supreme Court ordered a review to determine whether Steir’s charges were politically motivated. Critics see the suspension itself as an outrageous politically-motivated decision.

Steir was charged with second-degree murder in the 1996 death of a 27-year-old African-American woman at a Moreno Valley abortuary. Authorities say Steir mistakenly cut into Sharon Hampton’s bowel, then, despite realizing his error, left to catch a plane without referring her to a hospital. Hampton bled to death in her mother’s car on the way home.

Steir was on probation with medical authorities at the time over problems that arose with other abortions he performed. He had been stripped of clinical privileges in the Navy, and had also been accused of failing to refer women injured from abortions to hospitals. It is well established that abortionists have an aversion to sending their “mistakes” to hospitals because they shun the scrutiny such a move places on their gruesome career.

Source: The Sacramento Bee

For more on Steir and similar cases see the following Interim story:
Cases Reveal a path of destruction through women, children, and society

For more on the disastrous results of “safe, legal abortions” see:
Safe and Legal?