Posted by life dynamics on December 8, 2014
“Like any other criminal enterprise, the abortion industry doesn’t want people prying into what they are doing,” Life Dynamics president, Mark Crutcher.
A new survey of abortion providers reveals increased stress over pro-life stings which expose their evil deeds bringing them out of the shadows into the light of the day.
This incredible find was discovered by the hard working folks over at Stanek Report, which publishes up-to-the-minute pro-life news.
Concerns about encountering “fake” patients and being threatened by “sting” operations are pervasive among abortion providers and their clinic staff, according to research conducted at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Lead author Emily J. Youatt, MPH, a doctoral candidate at the university, said this fear “introduces a new stress to an already burdened workforce” and can “negatively influence the patient–provider relationship.”
One of the most distressing experiences for abortion workers is pro-life “sting” operations, she noted.
According to the American Public Health Association report published in November of 2014, “U.S. abortion clinics are targets of coordinated, anti-choice “sting” operations, in which fake patients attempt to expose improper patient counseling. The effects of this threat on abortion providers are unknown. ”
Not so shockingly, one of the authors of the report, entitled, Responses to the threat of fake patients among U.S. abortion providers, is none other than abortionist Lisa Harris. Harris wrote an article on second trimester abortion where she describes killing an 18 week unborn child the same age as the baby she was carrying in her womb, “I used electrical suction to remove the amniotic fluid, picked up my forceps and began to remove the fetus in parts, as I always did. I felt lucky that this one was already in the breech position – it would make grasping small parts (legs and arms) a little easier. With my first pass of the forceps, I grasped an extremity and began to pull it down. I could see a small foot hanging from the teeth of my forceps. With a quick tug, I separated the leg. Precisely at that moment, I felt a kick – a fluttery ‘‘thump, thump’’ in my own uterus. It was one of the first times I felt fetal movement. There was a leg and foot in my forceps, and a ‘‘thump, thump’’ in my abdomen. Instantly, tears were streaming from my eyes – without me – meaning my conscious brain – even being aware of what was going on. I felt as if my response had come entirely from my body, bypassing my usual cognitive processing completely. A message seemed to travel from my hand and my uterus to my tear ducts. It was an overwhelming feeling – a brutally visceral response – heartfelt and unmediated by my training or my feminist pro-choice politics. It was one of the more raw moments in my life.”
ABORTION INDUSTRY WANTS TO OPERATE IN THE SHADOWS:
Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics Inc., a national pro-life organization located in Denton, Texas which has been dubbed the CIA of the pro-life movement because of their undercover stings on the abortion industry said that the abortion industry simply wants to operate in the shadows. “Like any other criminal enterprise, they don’t want people prying into what they are doing,” Crutcher said, “They want to operate in the shadows. Every time we flip on the lights, they scurry back under the baseboards. Of course they don’t want us to look at what they are doing.”
Life Dynamics has been exposing the abortion industry using sting operations for several years. In fact, it was 2002, when Life Dynamics conducted an extensive undercover investigation where they contacted over 800 National Abortion Federation and Planned Parenthood centers and exposed how they are covering for child sexual predators.
The caller portrayed a 13-year-old girl who was pregnant by her 22-year-old boyfriend. Her story was that she wanted an abortion because she and her boyfriend did not want her parents to find out about the sexual relationship. In every call the age of the girl and her boyfriend were made perfectly clear. It was also made clear that the motivation for the abortion was to conceal this illicit sexual activity from the girl’s parents and the authorities. Additionally, our caller never said a single thing that might suggest that her parents would become abusive if they discovered her sexual activity.
The results of this survey were appalling. Even though many of these clinics openly acknowledged to the undercover caller that this situation was illegal and they were required to report abuse to the state, the overwhelming majority readily agreed to conceal this illegal activity.
“When we began to investigate we found it was even worse than we thought it was. Initially we thought perhaps the abortion clinics were only reporting half of the incidents, but instead we found that they were reporting hardly any of them,” said Crutcher.
Shortly after the release of the calls, a local TV station did a story on Crutcher’s investigation:
Crutcher has made all of the audio tapes public on his website ChildPredators.com.
Since that initial report, Life Dynamics has published actual criminal case summaries documenting that the abortion industry continues this illegal activity to this day. You can view that report here.
But, this was not Life Dynamics first investigation into the abortion industry. In April of 1997, Life Dynamics began an undercover investigation into the marketing of body parts harvested from babies killed by elective abortions. The information Life Dynamics received was provided by employees who worked at Comprehensive Health for Women (Comp Health) – a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic located in Overland Park, Kansas. This investigation lasted approximately 31 months and it sent shock waves through the abortion industry.
Some abortion industry insiders, wanting to financially profit on the growing market for fetal tissue and body parts, have devised a scheme to circumvent these restrictions. This is how the system works:
1) A baby parts “wholesaler” enters into a financial agreement with an abortion clinic in which the wholesaler pays a monthly “site fee” to the clinic. For this payment, the wholesaler is allowed to place a retrieval agent inside the clinic where he or she is given access to the corpses of children killed there and a workspace to harvest their parts. In most cases, this retrieval agent is an employee of the wholesaler. In other instances, the retrieval agent is a clinic employee who was trained by the wholesaler.
2) The buyer – usually a researcher working for a medical school, pharmaceutical company, bio-tech company or government agency – supplies the wholesaler with a list of the baby parts wanted.
3) When such orders are received by the wholesaler, they are faxed to the retrieval agent at the clinic who harvests the requested parts and ships them to the buyer via FedEx, Airborne or a similar common carrier.
4) These parts are “donated” by the clinic to the wholesaler who turns around and “donates” them to the buyer. The buyer then “reimburses” the wholesaler for the cost of retrieving the parts.
Life Dynamics has placed the information of their investigation on their website for the public to view here.
Reaction to the Marketing of Aborted Babies Body Parts Investigation was discussed on the group’s Life Talk show shortly after the investigation was released.
Watch that show here:
Given the incredibly horrific nature of abortion including illegal activity coupled with a general media bias toward the abortion industry and law enforcement’s hesitation to prosecute, it is no wonder the pro-life community has taken it upon themselves to perform sting operations to expose abortion profiteers.
According to the 311 abortion providers at 22 abortion clinics nationwide who were surveyed about pro-life stings, 48% said they feared being targeted by a sting and 58% suspect they had encountered a fake patient.
The survey also showed that as a result of the stings, abortion staff may become suspicious of their patients even suspecting legitimate patients as being fake. Abortion workers who responded to the survey stated that they have been suspicious about, “whether a patient is a real patient or is posing as a fake patient who is trying to trap me; I am afraid that I will be recorded while at work and that it will show up on the news and Internet; and I would know what to do and who to talk to if I encountered a fake patient.”
Life Dynamics said there is good reason for the abortion industry to be nervous and constantly look over their shoulder given their record for illegal activity. In fact, on their website ClinicWorker.com, Life Dynamics warns abortion and Planned Parenthood workers to be careful about participating in illegal activity because they just might get caught and end up in prison.
Life Dynamics said they plan to continue to use undercover informants and stings to expose the abortion cartel and they predict that any concern that those operating child killing centers have of encountering a pro-life sting at their abortion clinic is a valid one.