A fetal lethal injection center. That's how Operation Rescue is defining the latest project from late-term abortionist James S. Pendergraft, IV.
Pendergraft, whose only active medical remains under a double-suspension order in Florida, has set up shop in a secret late-term mill in the Washington, D. C. metro area where late-term abortions are being only partially completed.
Pendergraft has recently launched a Web site called LateTermAbortion.net that describes in detail how his new office is soliciting women from all over the nation and from other countries for "intracardiac injection of medication into the fetal heart," which kills the baby in utero.
Pendergraft describes how women will be told over the phone to meet at a specific location, where they will be met and escorted to the secret facility for their baby's fatal injection. He does not complete the abortion process at his secret office, but discharges patients within 15 minutes of the lethal injection. The patients have to set an appointment with personal physicians in their home states or other facilities for the removal of the dead baby before infection sets in.
"While Pendergraft attempts to convince the reader this is about security, it is more likely about evading law enforcement, because this dangerous process is highly unethical and likely illegal since he holds no active medical license whatsoever," says Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.
"Pendergraft is a proven danger to the public. This is another example of authorities willing to look the other way and abortionists who are willing to endanger women and violate laws because they believe they are somehow above them. We pray our complaints will help stop this abuse and bring Pendergraft to justice."
Operation Rescue has filed complaints in the District and both states asking for immediate investigations into Pendergraft's dangerous late-term abortion operation.
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