OMAHA, Nebraska, August 19, 2009 ( – has removed a video that showed a handyman hired by late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart verbally abusing a pro-lifer and a clinic worker that he identified as his wife. The handyman, who was preparing Carhart's dilapidated Bellevue abortion clinic for paint, also described himself as a “Satanist” and pointed to his tattoos of demons as proof.

At one point in the video, the handyman said to Larry Donlan of Rescue the Heartland, “Where the **** do you live so I can go to your house?”

The handyman's wife was recognized to be Lindsey Alejandro, a former employee of George Tiller's now closed late-term abortion clinic in Wichita, Kansas. Ms. Alejandro is known as the abortion worker who falsified the fetal age of a woman's pregnancy in order to avoid having to comply with Kansas laws. (Read documentation here.)

Cheryl Sullenger, who posted the video for Operation Rescue received the following notice from “Youtube is not a venue for things like predatory behavior, stalking, threats, harassment, intimidation, invading privacy, revealing other people's personal information, and inciting others to commit violent acts or to violate the Terms of Use. If you continue to post such content, you may have your account permanently suspended.”

“I completely resent the outrageous and false notion that the video was in anyway abusive on our part,” said Sullenger. “The threats and intimidation shown in this video were made by the Carhart employee against the pro-life photographer, Larry Donlan.

“I posted the video with his permission so that the world could see the truth about the abuse and threats that pro-lifers are forced to endure. I have asked YouTube to immediately restore the video and remove the flag from my account.”

“This video showed the abortion industry in its true light, and it isn't a pretty sight,” said Sullenger. “The pro-aborts who reported the video as abuse will go to any lengths to cover up the truth about this ugly side of the abortion business and the threats and intimidation inflicted on pro-lifers.”

Operation Rescue re-posted the video here. (Caution: contains obscene language.)

YouTube has pulled other pro-life videos in the past, stating that they violate the site's terms of use, although the videos break none of the rules published by the video hosting site.

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