15 February 2011

Incident at Planned Parenthood in St. Louis

I apologize for not posting this sooner, and I thank KC for sending it, along with several photos in silverlight format that I am too stupid to be able to post here. There was an apparent injury at Planned Parenthood in St. Louis, where a woman was brought out with face covered on a gurney and taken away by ambulance.

Of course there is no news coverage of this, and I cannot say what happened. It is not certain how the person was injured or the extent of the injury. Later, the husband contacted a pro-life advocate who offered help and indicated his wife was in stable condition.

Lifesite News has a post, and the suspiciousness of the face-covering alone raises the expected types of questions. It is a good reminder of just what business these people are in.

And, unlike the slaughtered babies, this person was brought out the front door and not summarily destroyed.

5 comments:

Left-footer said...

The more publicity this kind of incident can get, the better.

Tweeting now. God bless.

doughboy said...

interesting.

Kansas Catholic said...

They probably cover the head of any person in this situation to protect their privacy (when cameras are around). An irony since look what their constitutional right to privacy has done to them. Still, it is a powerful spiritual metaphor. And it is a showing of death by proxy, as well (the child probably never making it to the ambulance).

Thanks for putting it up. Like left-footer said the more exposure of the "safeness" of abortion the better.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing this, Tim.

(And not to nit-pick, but the story was from LifeNews, which is a different organization than Life SiteNews. See http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/archive/ldn/2003/oct/03100609)

Matt said...

Not sure if you are looking for more info, but I believe it is federal law that one can request info regarding all calls placed to a public fire/EMS system. Obviously, not the name - but general info as to nature of call, etc. Just a thought.