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‘There’s a lot of money in burning babies’: Second bio-waste driver speaks out

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COLUMBUS, Ohio, September 20, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Medical waste giant Stericycle is still disposing of aborted children’s remains despite having claimed last year it ceased doing so, former employees have told a pro-life group.

The second in a three-video series from Created Equal contains the testimony of a former Stericyle driver who witnessed an abortion facility worker preparing an aborted child to be transported for incineration – this despite the company telling its employees it does not accept fetal remains in accord with its rules, and its claim last year that it stopped the practice.

The former Stericyle employee also reported that drivers had been ordered to meet abortion facility staff at a local gas station to pick up aborted fetal remains.

When the driver asked his manager about why employees were told to turn a blind eye to the pick-up of fetal remains, he said the response was, “There’s a lot of money in burning babies.”

“Normally if something’s incinerated, especially from an abortion clinic, it’s about $800 to $900 per box,” the former Stericyle driver said in his testimony. “The motivation is there, and the motivation is money. Plain and simple.”

He said aborted children contracted for pick-up through Stericycle might also be ending up in landfills.

“I saw them (abortion facility workers) taking a fetus out of the freezer, head, legs, arms, putting it in a box and they put a yellow sticker, a shipping label on it,” the former driver said. “And that indicates incinerate that box.”

“When I started, there was a white sticker on that container which...means, that waste can go to the landfill,” he continued. “I knew that it was supposed to have a yellow sticker to be incinerated. So there’s no telling how many body parts are in the landfill.”

The former Stericyle driver, speaking anonymously with Created Equal, is the second to offer such testimony.

Created Equal has published their statements as part of its #ProjectWeakLink campaign, wherein the pro-life group works to unmask medical waste hauling companies collaborating with the abortion industry.

Stericycle CEO Charles Alutto has denied his company’s continued involvement in disposing of fetal remains, despite Created Equal’s numerous video accounts of Stericycle trucks receiving and transferring aborted children at abortion facilities across the country.  

The former Stericyle driver told Created Equal the waster hauler’s employees were told at a recent compliance meeting the company does not accept fetal remains.

“Or so that's what the ‘rules’ are,” he said.

“It simply does not make sound business sense to knowingly break the law,” the former Stericyle employee said. “Whether a person is pro-life or pro-choice, there is a right way and a very wrong way to conduct business.”

“I can definitely attest to the fact that it was a baby,” he added regarding what he’d picked up at the abortion facility.

The compliance meeting had been prompted, the former employee said, by recent Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) charges of violations against Stericyle for its manager ordering drivers to meet abortion facility staff at a local QT gas station to pick up the aborted fetal remains.

“Much to my surprise is the fact that they have no regard for the drivers that are ordered to make the pick-ups,” he said. “If DHEC rears their head, they simply lie and deny.”

“Under the table they’re getting hundreds of dollars per fetus to destroy them,” the former driver stated. “And that’s the motivation to break the law and meet them off site, that sort of thing.”

He resigned, he said, because he could not be associated with the business of disposing of aborted children, stating, “It’s very, very shady. I couldn’t do it.”

Stericycle has a longtime alliance with the abortion industry in the collection, transportation, and incineration of aborted children, which include partnering with infamous abortionist Kermit Gosnell in the disposal of the children he killed.

Pro-life activists called for an investigation of the country’s largest waste hauler in 2013 after evidence surfaced that Stericycle unlawfully disposed of the bodies of babies aborted by Gosnell in a municipal landfill.

In 2012, Stericycle was said to have been servicing the late-term abortion facility of Steven Brigham, who was facing numerous charges, including murder, at the time.

And in 2011, Stericycle was fined $42,000 for illegally dumping aborted babies into a municipal landfill in Texas together with household and commercial garbage.

The company has said in the past it does not accept fetuses in accord with its regulated waste acceptance policy, which prohibited acceptance of “complete human remains.” This would not account, though, for the remains of aborted children, who would have been dismembered, decapitated, and disemboweled.

Created Equal is asking pro-life supporters to contact Stericycle CEO Charles Alutto at 847-607-2004 or [email protected], and respectfully request the company stop transporting and disposing of aborted children and abortion facility instruments.

Additional Stericycle contact information is available HERE.

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