By Joel McDurmon
“Two abortion doctors face murder charges,” reports CBS Baltimore. “The allegations follow a long investigation into a botched abortion in Elkton, Cecil County.” But it goes way deeper than just one botched abortion.
Upon investigation, police found a freezer full of aborted babies, some of them apparently near full-term.
The police investigation began last year when police say Dr. Steven Brigham and Dr. Nicola Riley performed part of an abortion in New Jersey, then transferred the patient to Maryland to finish it. When the 18-year-old woman suffered complications she was taken to the hospital. Then, police searched the abortion clinic looking for her medical records, but they found something else in the freezer.
“It contained the fetuses, approximately 35,” a Cecil County police officer explained. “Some of them appeared to be close to full- term.”
Both doctors are in prison and prosecutors are planning murder charges. The incident is part of a growing crackdown on slack abortion laws in the State.
The abortion clinic in Elkton is now closed but fallout from the investigation has already led to changes in the state’s abortion regulations.
“We have the least restrictive abortion laws in the country,” Md. Sen. Nancy Jacobs, R-Cecil and Harford County, said.
Jacobs has pushed for stronger late-term abortion laws. Earlier this year, she worked with the Maryland Health Department to increase oversight of abortion clinics.
May: “Do you think these regulations go far enough?”
Jacobs: “They’re a great start. I think it’s made people more aware of the fact that this was going on.”
The more stories like this one get out and technological advances show the development of pre-born babies, the sooner the general public will come to realize that abortion kills a human being and is not simply an extraction of unformed tissue. One of these technological advances is 4D-Ultrasound Images of Preborn Babies.
Take a look at this 33-second 4D-Ultasound video of a pre-born baby at 16 weeks:
Then for an amazing presentation at the usually liberal TED conference, spend ten minutes viewing this presentation by Alexander Tsiaras on “Conception to Birth – Visualized.”