A U.S. House panel will investigate late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart, who has sent at least a dozen women to the hospital after botching abortion procedures. Carhart’s clinic in Germantown, Maryland, is one of a few clinics in the nation that perform late-term abortions. Since December, at least five women have suffered a medical emergency at Carhart’s hands. -Bre Payton Go To Site

Carhart has been featured in pro-abortion literature and film and appeared on television — or at least he used to make those appearances, until a woman died after one of his abortions earlier this year. Live Action sent two undercover reporters into Carhart’s clinic. Both were told that the baby would be killed within the womb and left there for two or three days, which would make the baby like “meat in a crock pot.” Go To Site

Over 6,000 citizen complaints against late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart were delivered last Wednesday to the Maryland Board of Physicians by representatives of Students for Life of America following the death of 28-year old Jennifer Morbelli. Go To Site

“Tiller always covered for Carhart at the hospital in Wichita. With no one to clean up after him in Maryland, we are very concerned that women may die,” said Newman. “There will be abortion complications in Maryland. It’s not ‘if’ but ‘when.’” -Operation Rescue President Troy Newman Go To Site

Crime, Incompetence, Abortion, Healthcare, Law, Regulation, Drugs

Four former employees of late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart have come forward to tell of unsafe and illegal practices at LeRoy Carhart’s Bellevue, Nebraska, abortion clinic...

  The women have made allegations that unlicensed staff illegally performed medical duties that they were not trained for or legally qualified to do, such as starting IVs, dispensing medication, and even assisting with surgeries. There were also allegations of general unclean conditions, including dried blood on surgical instruments. In addition, the women told of missing narcotics, illicit drug use by employees, and illegal post-viability abortions. The women worked for Carhart at various times.

Incompetence, Abortion, Healthcare, Law, Regulation, Drugs

A formal complaint was filed on February 19th by Operation Rescue, seeking the revocation of Carhart’s license in the death of Morbelli, who sought a late-term abortion at Carhart’s clinic in Germantown, Maryland. Morbelli was 33 weeks into her pregnancy with her pre-born daughter, Madison, who was diagnosed with a seizure disorder.

  Following her abortion on February 6th, Carhart left Maryland and could not be reached by Morbelli’s family when her condition deteriorated later that evening. The next day, Morbelli was taken to Shady Grove Hospital where she eventually died from massive internal bleeding. The hospital staff were also unable to reach Carhart, which complicated and delayed both diagnosis of her condition and appropriate treatment.