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April 4, 2014 (Operation Rescue) – Funeral services have been set for LaKisha Wilson, 22, who died at Preterm abortion clinic in Cleveland, Ohio.

LaKisha’s funeral will be held on Monday, April 7 at 1PM at the House of the Lord, 1650 Diagonal Road in Akron, OH.

We ask for prayers for LaKisha’s grieving family as we continue to seek answers into her abortion-related death.

Meanwhile, as of this morning, Medical Examiner’s office has not yet made a determination of the cause of death. Wilson’s autopsy report is pending.

Wilson was transported from Preterm abortion clinic to University Hospital Case Medical Center on March 21. According to 911 records, Wilson was “not breathing at all” and the Computer Aided Dispatch Transcript noted that she suffered “Cardiac and Respiratory Arrest/Death.”

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A press conference featuring state and national pro-life leaders was held on April 2 outside the Preterm abortion clinic to call for the immediate suspension of Preterm’s abortion facility license pending a full investigation into Wilson’s death.

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Created Equal videotaped the press conference and videos from that event are available at https://www.youtube.com/user/createdequalfilms.

Below is one of Created Equal’s videos featuring Operation Rescue’s Cheryl Sullenger.

Reprinted with permission from Operation Rescue

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