Saturday, December 12, 2015

Ohio Abortionists Dump Babies in Kentucky Landfill

Yesterday, Ohio officials announced results of a five-month investigation finding that all of the Planned Parenthood abortion clinics violate Ohio Administrative Code 3701-47-05 by cooking babies and then sending them to a common landfill.  Abortionist spokespersons responded saying that their handling of "waste tissue" meets the "humane manner" requirements of the law.
“Disposing of aborted fetuses from an abortion by sending them to a landfill is callous and completely inhumane.”
-- Mike DeWine, Ohio Attorney General
For background, read Babies Dumped in Landfill: South Carolina Abortionists Fined and also read Aborted Fetus Landfill Dumping Boycott

Click headlines below to read previous articles:

Aborted Babies Incinerated to Produce Waste Heat

Texas Yanks Abortionist's License for 268 Killed

More Abortionists Admit Killing Kids After Birth

Also read Over One-third of Abortion Clinics in Ohio Close

-- From "Ohio Attorney General: Fetuses from Planned Parenthood sent to landfill" posted at Dayton Daily News 12/11/15

The AG’s investigation focused on three facilities: Bedford Heights, Cincinnati and Columbus. DeWine launched the investigation to determine whether the facilities were selling fetal tissue, or abortion trafficking, in violation of Ohio law.

While the investigation did not find that fetal tissue was sold by any of the Planned Parenthood affiliates, the disposal methods used violate Ohio Administrative Code 3701-47-05, adopted in 1975, which requires that a “fetus shall be disposed of in a humane manner,” DeWine said.

According to his findings, all three affiliates sent fetal remains to companies which disposed of the fetuses in landfills.

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From "Ohio AG links Planned Parenthood to aborted fetal parts in landfills" by Eugene Scott and Carma Hassan, CNN 12/12/15

According to the Attorney General's office, the three Planned Parenthood offices that perform abortions in the state contract with Stericycle, a medical and pharmaceutical waste management company, and [Marietta-based] Accu Medical Waste, a medical waste management disposal company.

Stericycle did not return CNN's calls. And a person answering the phone at Accu Medical Waste hung up on a CNN reporter.

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From "Aborted fetal remains from Ohio Planned Parenthood ended up in landfills, incinerators, attorney general says" by Jeremy Pelzer, The Plain Dealer 12/12/15

Joe Schmansky, assistant attorney general for charitable law, said investigators found such a ["steam-cooking" pressure chamber] disposal system had been in place since at least January 2014, the earliest date of the records they studied.

"I think it will come as a shock to Ohioans to find out that fetuses are being cooked and then they're being put in a landfill and they're going to be mixed in with yesterday's garbage," DeWine said.

DeWine said his office, in conjunction with the Ohio Department of Health, would likely file court papers by Monday seeking an injunction for Planned Parenthood to dispose of fetal remains humanely. DeWine suggested "humane" disposal methods could include burial or cremation, though he said he didn't want to provide an exact definition.

A Planned Parenthood official defended the way her organization disposes of such remains and said DeWine's allegations were politically motivated.

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From "Planned Parenthood improperly disposed of fetal parts in landfills, DeWine says" by Alan Johnson, The Columbus Dispatch 12/12/15

State investigators found that Planned Parenthood affiliates in Columbus and Cincinnati contracted with Accu-Medical Waste Co., while a Bedford Heights clinic near Cleveland sent fetal remains to Stericyle, Inc. However, Stericyle officials said it was company policy not to accept fetal remains; DeWine said he did not know where those remains went.

Accu-Medical Waste confirmed to investigators that fetal remains and other biological waste are placed in auto-clave devices, which use high temperature and pressure to kill germs and infectious matter. The material is then taken to an unspecified landfill in Kentucky.

[Ohio Right to Life president Mike] Gonidakis said his organization is working with three Republican state lawmakers, Reps. Robert McColley of Napoleon and Kyle Koehler of Springfield, and Sen. Joe Uecker of Miami Township, make improper disposal a first-degree misdemeanor, add more oversight for humane burial and cremation, and require providers to inform women seeking an abortion about how the fetus would be disposed.

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Also read Planned Parenthood Caught Selling Aborted Babies on Video

And read Four Abortionists Charged in Indiana: Rape, Murder