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Incinerate the bodies of aborted babies

"It is real."

The Nazis built concentration camps for many reasons. Some were used for slave labor while others were constructed for the sole purpose of extermination.


 


"I could smell the babies burning."

Luhra Tivis, former employee for late-term abortionist George Tiller

 "It is really a creepy thing to think that I was holding the ashes of some poor child who had been aborted just this week. We often think of abortion as a political issue or the object of some intellectual argument, but holding those ashes today helped me reconnect to the humanity of the pre-born child, and the catastrophic devastation that child-killing has brought to the men and women of our nation. But we should do more than grieve for the loss of these innocent babies. It is imperative that we commit, if we have not already done so, to taking meaningful action to stop this heartbreaking tragedy from continuing."

Cheryl Sullenger, Operation Rescue

 

                 


 

Boxes of dead babies thrown in truck


According to Operation Save America's website in their 1st Quarter, 2004 Orlando Reports, an eyewitness to the daily activities of one abortion clinic gave this account, of a conversation with the man who picked up the aborted baby remains:

"As usual, "Don" the Steri-Cycle truck driver, came to pick up the bodies of the dead children. He has a very casual attitude about lifting the boxes of dead babies and throwing them into the truck. (They are later incinerated as medical waste.")

Today I told him what the clinic workers had told me, "Did you know that the infants are sometimes placed into the biohazard bags while they are still alive?"

Don said: "What do you want me to do about it?"

I responded by telling Don that he could refuse to pick up bodies from this place.

Don said: "Don't you have anything better to do? Are you going to pay my rent?"




Steri-Cycle refuses to take aborted babies


Lois Backus executive director of Planned Parenthood says Planned Parenthood and other Portland-area providers of legal abortion were "up the creek" when Stericycle, the area's largest medical waste company, quit collecting fetal waste from local clinics last November.

Posted on the April 2000 archive of the Oregon Health Forum Lois Backus stated, "They stopped accepting it with no warning. A driver arrived one day and asked if any of the waste included fetal parts.When a staff member said yes, he refused to take the clinic's waste. "

Backus went on to say that, "We have found an alternative for now, but it's frustrating. This tissue needs to be incinerated, and there are a limited number of incinerators approved for that purpose."

According to the report, Backus said, Stericycle had collected all the agency's medical waste, including fetal tissue. Then Illinois-based Stericycle, the country's largest medical waste company with services in 46 states, merged with Browning Ferris Industries, or BFI, another medical waste company. "The drivers at BFI were organized by the anti-choice movement in the mid-1990s. They succeeded in getting a clause in their labor contract that allows them to refuse to accept fetal waste. When the merger occurred, Stericycle adopted it."




Nazi ovens like abortion incinerators


On April 26,1996 the New Hampshire Sunday News ran a story entitled, Hudson Incinerator Focus Of Protest Against Abortion.

The story said that pro-lifers in New Hampshire discovered that a Waste Management Inc. truck was spotted outside a Portsmouth abortion clinic, and they tracked it through Waste Management to an incinerator, where they believed the aborted babies were being disposed of.

One pro-lifer who picketed the incinerator at it’s location equated it to the ovens found in Nazi concentration camps.




Aborted babies burned in hospital incinerator


According to the Daily Oklahoman ( Doctor Admits to Burning Fetuses at Hospital: 6/26/1992) ,  in 1990, Oklahoma abortionist Nareshkumar Patel told investigators that he previously disposed of fetuses by burning them in an open-air incinerator at Seminole Municipal Hospital.

Hospital administrators told the paper that were not aware that he used the facility in that way.




Aborted babies burned with dogs and cats


According to an August 8,1983, Associated Press story , Say Fetuses Destroyed At City Incinerator, pro-Life activist Richard Augustus said that an employee at a city incinerator on the grounds of the Kansas Humane Society, southeast of Wichita, Kansas notified him that babies were also incinerated there. He told reporters that an employee, whose name was not released, called him after a shipment of human tissues arrived. He said he went to the incinerator and took pictures as the employee pulled the fetuses out of plastic bags.


Michael Farmer president of LIFE Inc. a pro-life organization in the area said, "LIFE Inc. was stunned upon learning that the city has for several years been burning the bodies of babies along with dead cats, dogs and other animals."

The group took pictures of the babies. One of the pictures showed a nearly full-term, blood-soaked fetus in an open plastic bag in front of the incinerator with flames in the background. The fetus' stomach had been cut open.


Another photo showed a fetus in an open hospital bag, and a third photo showed a fetus apparently just weeks old being held in a rubber-gloved hand.




Aborted fetuses being dumped into an incinerator


New York Newsday, ( Doctor Deception; How abortion 'con man' defied the law: 5/2/1993) , reported that in 1991, a complaint that fetuses were being dumped into an incinerator at one clinic led the state Department of Environmental Conservation to check the medical waste of "Dr. Tomaro."

 The paper stated that the waste, by law, must be disposed of at medical waste facilities, was being put out for collection with household trash. According to the news, it included bloody bedding and gauze, intravenous bags, tubing - and a goat's head.




I could hear Tiller firing up the gas oven


According to written testimony by former late-term Kansas abortionist George Tiller's employee, Luhra Tivis Warren, Tiller has a crematorium on the premises to dispose of the babies after the abortions.

Tivis writes, "One day, Tiller came up the stairs from the basement, where the mothers were in labor.He was carrying a large cardboard box, and ducked into the employees-only area of the office so that he wouldn't have to walk through the waiting room.

He passed behind my desk as I sat working on the computer, and he turned the corner to go around a short hall. He called out for me to come and help him.

The box was so big and heavy in his arms that he couldn't get the key into the lock. So I unlocked the door for him, and pushing the door open, I saw very clearly the gleaming metal of the crematorium- a full sized crematorium, just like the ones used in funeral homes.

 I went back to my computer. I could hear Tiller firing up the gas oven. A few minutes later I could smell burning human flesh. Mine was the agony of a participant, however reluctant, in the act of prenatal infanticide."

 

Photo of the crematorium at Tiller's abortion clinic

 

Posted on the website of Operation Save America is this eye witness account of Tiller's crematorium, "After taking the Oliver exit and turning back east I saw a sight I had never seen before - smoke billowing out of the incinerator at George Tiller's abortion mill. It was brown smoke painted against the morning sun. The wind was blowing it southwestward. As I got out of my car to meet the other sidewalk counselors, I began coughing and gagging. Our lungs filled with the smoke and ashes of what we later realized were little baby boys and girls that were being sacrificed and incinerated on the corner of Kellogg and Bleckley in Wichita, Kansas. Our eyes burned, and the odor was horrific."

Photo of the crematorium at Tiller's abortion clinic




Tiller offers cremation and an urn for the ashes


At the Women's Health Care Services abortion clinic in Wichita Kansas, late-term abortionist George Tiller offers a variety of "Services" to the parents of the viable babies he aborts. He states this on his website for the clinic:

"Many patients request a remembrance of their baby to take home with them. The following lists items and services that some of our previous patients have found helpful in their emotional recovery. Everyone approaches this experience with their own unique emotional, spiritual, and cultural background. There is not right way or wrong way, just "your way". Once the process of healing has begun, you may want to consider a token of the precious time you and your baby had together. All of these features of our program will be discussed with you while you are with us:

  • Viewing your baby after delivery
  • Holding your baby after delivery
  • Photographs of your baby
  • Baptism of your baby, with or without a certificate
  • Footprints and handprints of your baby
  • Certificate of premature miscarriage

KGOV radio told the story of one of Tiller's alleged patients and how she was able to photograph the unborn baby she had aborted at Tiller's Women's Health Care abortion clinic.

The mom cradled her baby's corpse - paid to have her daughter killed because she had cystic fibrosis.

The mom and the dad  paid Tiller a few thousand dollars to abort Tess, their baby girl. A pro-life sidewalk counselor had failed in her effort to dissuade the mother from entering the abortion mill, but did succeed in giving her address to the mom. Afterward, the mother and the pro-lifer corresponded and became friends. In that way, the pro-life community obtained these photos.

Below is a letter which accompanied the photos

 Tillers' website continues with it's services to the parents after the baby is dead:

  • Cremation
  • An urn for ashes
  • Arrangement of burial in either Wichita or your home state
  • Arrangement of amniocentesis/autopsy
  • Medical photographsand x-rays for your health care professional
  • " Grief is a very complex emotion which is expressed in many different ways. We will attempt to accommodate your individual requests to the very best of our abilities."




    UK Hospital admits they incinerate aborted babies


    According to an October 23,2006, Daily Mail story, Hospital admits to burning aborted babies in waste incinerator , Addenbrooke's Hospital, in Cambridge admitted throwing aborted babies into the same incinerator used for rubbish to save money.

    Addenbrooke Hospital told the paper that  it was no longer able to afford the dignified disposal at a local crematorium of foetuses from unwanted pregnancies.

    Instead, they are being burnt in the hospital's main incinerator - which is normally used for rubbish and clinical waste.

    Michaela Aston, spokesman for pro-life charity Life was outraged, "The fact they are now disposing of human remains like they would any other waste product shows what society and this hospital has come to.

    "It is just so disgusting. What has happened to the dignity of the human being? It reflects increasingly certain people in society's attitudes to the unborn child just flushing them away, or burning them like any other waste. How can we let this happen in a civilized society?"

    One woman told the paper that she had an abortion and was,  "furious and very hurt," when she discovered the news. She continued, " Imagine my horror when I discovered that my baby was incinerated in the same furnace as the hospital rubbish."

    The hospital claims that they inform women of the disposal process. An abortion consent form for the hospital found online reads: Disposal of foetal tissue: The foetal tissue taken will be disposed of in accordance with appropriate ethical, legal and professional standards. Disposal is by means of cremation. 




    Oklahoma, aborted babies can be incinerated


    Section, 310:600-9-6. Examinations, tests and procedures of chapter 600 of the 1998, Oklahoma Abortion Facility Regulations statutes states:

    After the follow-up examination or thirty (30) days, tissue not maintained for additional microscopic examination removed during the abortion shall be disposed of in an incinerator designed and approved for the disposal of pathological specimens. The abortion facility may accept a written statement from the pathologist attesting the tissue has been properly incinerated.




    Organs, body parts, and bodily fluids


    (b) The abortion facility shall establish specific written policies regarding handling and disposal of all wastes.

    (c) Pathological waste, such as tissues, organs, body parts, and bodily fluids, shall be incinerated.

    (d) The following wastes shall be disposed of by incineration, or be autoclaved before disposal, or be carefully poured down a drain connected to sanitary sewer: blood, blood specimens, used blood tubes, or blood products.

    (e) Any wastes conveyed to a sanitary sewer shall comply with applicable federal, state, and local pretreatment administrative regulations.

    (f) Any incinerator used for the disposal of waste shall be in compliance with 401 KAR 59:023 or 401 KAR 61:013.

    State of Kentucky, 902 KAR 20:360. Abortion facilities






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