Planned Parenthood workers in Delaware warned they could go to prison
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A meat-market style of assembly line abortions. Operating tables smeared with bloody drainage not washed down between patients. Unsterilized instruments. An abortionist who refused to wear gloves. Patients at risk of getting hepatitis or AIDS because of unsanitary conditions. No routine health department inspections. Falsifying records. Physical and emotional abuse of patients. This is the scenario as described by former employees at Planned Parenthood’s Wilmington abortion facility earlier this year. The employees quit their jobs inside the facility to protect themselves, temporarily halting surgical abortions at the facility.

Delaware Right to Life is now partnering with Life Dynamics from Denton, Texas, to erect billboards across Delaware warning clinic workers that illegal activity could land them in prison.

The Delaware Right to Life website says the project urges “abortion workers and volunteers to protect themselves from ongoing investigations into crimes in the abortion industry before it is too late.” The billboard says, “Don’t let your job put you in prison,” and directs clinic workers to Life Dynamics’ website. The website facilitates reporting of “crimes and irregularities” inside abortion facilities, including income tax evasion; Medicaid, insurance, and consumer fraud; money laundering; physical assault of patients; sexual harassment and sexual assault of patients; failure to report statutory rape of minors; and health and safety code violations.

A Life Dynamics media release quotes Rae Stabosz, a board member of Delaware Right to Life, who says,

So far we’ve placed four billboards in two of three Delaware counties. Delaware Right to Life had an existing pro-life billboard behind Planned Parenthood in Wilmington, the site where several clinic workers quit their jobs, describing what they observed as “meat-market style assembly line abortions,” which sent five patients to emergency rooms in an eight-week period. Planned Parenthood also employed abortionist Timothy Liveright whose license was recently suspended for being a “clear and immediate danger to the public,” according to the attorney general’s office. We have placed one Clinic Worker billboard below our existing billboard in that location. The billboard is located at the entrance to the Planned Parenthood staff parking lot where workers will see it daily as they enter the clinic.

Kudos to Life Dynamics and Delaware Right to Life for seizing the moment and pointing out to Planned Parenthood workers that reporting illegal activities inside its clinics is essential if they are to protect themselves from prosecution.