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June 29, 2012

 

 

By Cheryl Sullenger

 

Jackson, MS – The Jackson Women's Health Organization (JWHO), the last abortion clinic in the state of Mississippi, filed a suit in Federal Court in an effort to block the July 1 implementation of a new law that would require all abortionists to have privileges at a local hospital. Operation Rescue has learned that the clinic's court pleadings omit key information about their primary abortionist's botched abortion history in a deceptive gambit to conceal the truth about his atrocious safety record.

 

Operation Rescue has obtained court documents files on behalf of JWHO by the radical pro-abortion legal group, the Center for Reproductive Rights, that show dubious arguments and suspicious claims as the basis for the abortion clinic's court challenge, including an attempt to hide the identity of their primary abortionist to keep the court from discovering his involvement in the hospitalization of three abortion patients and other abuses that led to the state ordered closure of the Birmingham abortion clinic where he worked.  

 

[All court documents filed in this case as of this writing are available atAbortionDocs.org.]

 

JWHO, owned by the infamous "abortion queen" Diane Derzis, is seeking a temporary restraining order to keep the clinic open, but in court documents filed June 28, the Mississippi State Department of Health states that it plans to conduct a compliance inspection on Monday, July 2. JWHO has said that it will be impossible for them to come into compliance by that date. If it cannot comply, the abortion clinic will eventually be forced to close.

 

Covering Up for "Dr. John Doe"

 

JWHO states in court records that it employs three abortion providers. One abortionist apparently does have local hospital privileges, but only supplies abortions at JWHO on an infrequent basis.

 

Documents refer to "Dr. John Doe" as being "the sole physician providing abortion care on a regular basis" at JWHO until abortionist Willie Parker was hired on June 18, 2012. Parker's declaration states that he flies to Jackson "once a month" to conduct abortions. Parker's name is featured as a plaintiff on the law suit. "Dr. Doe" is not a named plaintiff – an intentional omission meant to conceal "Doe's" troubled past.

 

"Dr. Doe" is none other than Bruce Elliot Norman, who was employed until recently at New Woman All Women (NWAW), a Birmingham, Alabama, abortion clinic formerly owned by Derzis. 

 

Norman was the abortionist on duty on January 21, 2012, when three abortion patients were hospitalized – one in intensive care – for life threatening abortion complications. After pro-life activists filed complaints, the Alabama Department of Health (ADOH) discovered 76 pages of deficiencies and ordered the clinic closed.

 

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