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(LifeSiteNews) — On this week’s episode of The Van Maren Show, Jonathon is joined by pro-life activist AJ Hurley, who took the photographs of the five late-term babies found in Washington D.C.

After describing his background in pro-life activism, Hurley shares his account of how Lauren Handy and Terrisa Bukovinac obtained the remains of over 100 aborted fetuses outside Cesare Santangelo’s abortion mill in D.C., as well as his reaction to the horrifying sight of the five fetuses he photographed.

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“I worked in an ambulance for five years, as an EMT for 10. I’ve seen a lot of dead people, and I’ve even worked on a lot of cases where children have died [while I was] trying to save them,” he says. “But this was just tangibly different. It felt cold. It felt sterile. It felt dark. It felt like that sense of abandonment.”

Hurley tells Jonathon he now feels even more “energized” to end the “pure evil” of abortion once and for all.

“There’s nothing more wicked, and nothing more easily you can do to an image bearer of God than to take these precious, innocent little children and do what abortionists do to them,” he says. “Abortion truly is the most vile and demonic thing that any nation or anybody could be a part of.”

Much more about the story is discussed in this week’s episode, so give it a listen below:

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