Sunday, December 14, 2014

Okla. Abortionist Arrested, Patient Claims Torture

Last week, an Oklahoma City area abortionist was arrested for selling abortion-inducing drugs to non-pregnant undercover investigators who posed as pregnant patients.  Days after public announcement of the arrest, the Oklahoma Attorney General's office confirms that eight real pregnant patients have come forward with additional complaints.
"A nurse came into the room and strapped my wrists down to the table. They strapped my ankles down where my feet were, and she held my forehead down to the table. . . . It was like torture"
-- Former patient, claiming abortionist extorted $500 from her
For background, click headlines below to read previous articles:

Four Abortionists Charged in Indiana: Rape, Murder

Planned Parenthood Conceals Serial Rapist in Arizona

Federal Government Probes Planned Parenthood for Fraud

Texas Yanks Abortionist's License for 268 Killed

More Abortionists Admit Killing Kids After Birth

More Abortionists Linked to Murder Cases

In addition, read how states are cracking down on the murderous abortionists.

-- From "Warr Acres obstetrician booked on fraud complaint involving abortion drugs" posted at KOCO-TV5 (Oklahoma City, OK) 12/9/14

Attorney General Scott Pruitt announced Tuesday plans to charge 62-year-old Naresh G. Patel with three counts of obtaining money under a false pretense after an investigation that involved undercover female agents going into the Outpatient Services for Women clinic in Warr Acres.

A probable cause affidavit filed Tuesday in Oklahoma County District Court says Patel prescribed the three undercover agents abortion-inducing drugs even though they were not pregnant. A jail official said Patel was being booked early Tuesday afternoon with a $2,000 bail.

An answering service at Patel's clinic said it was closed until Monday and could not accept messages

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Patient Speaks Out After Learning Metro Abortion Doctor Accused Of Fraud" by Adrianna Iwasinski, KWTV-TV9 (Oklahoma City, OK) 12/11/14

This young woman does not want to be identified, but wanted to share her experience of going to Patel's women's clinic for an abortion earlier this year – an experience she kept secret for a very long time.

She learned Patel is charged with three counts of obtaining money by false pretense for prescribing abortion inducing drugs to patients who were not pregnant. He is also accused of performing an abortion on at least one woman who was not pregnant.

She feels Patel was taking advantage of women who were at their most vulnerable. Now that she is expecting another child, she wants to encourage women who also had a questionable experience with Patel to come forward.

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From "'It was like torture,' Patient describes procedure with abortion doctor accused of fraud" by Abby Broyles, KFOR-TV4 (Oklahoma City, OK) 12/11/14

She claims Dr. Patel lied to her about how far along she was in order to charge her more money for an abortion.

“I actually felt like I was having a heart attack a lot of the time. I’d gone into the hospital on two other occasions with chest pains,” she said.

She decided to get an abortion and went to see Dr. Naresh Patel at his Warr Acres clinic.

“I went back, and they quickly did this ultrasound and he immediately said ‘You’re two weeks further along than what you’re telling me,’ and I said, ‘I don’t know how that could be,” she said.

“They said, ‘Well, that’s going to be another $500,” she said.

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From "Oklahoma Abortion Doctor Charged With Fraud" posted at KWTV-TV9 (Oklahoma City, OK) 12/9/14

Undercover agents from the Oklahoma Medical Licensure Board, the Oklahoma City Police Department and the Attorney General's Office set up appointments with Patel where the doctor performed ultrasounds and pregnancy tests on the women where he is alleged to have fraudulently identified each undercover agent as pregnant. Afterward, he prescribed them an abortion-inducing drug, provided directions for administering it and charged the female agents for the unnecessary treatment, according to the AG's office.

If convicted, Patel could face up to three years in jail and a maximum fine of $15,000.

Agents from the Attorney General's Office, Warr Acres Police Department and Oklahoma City Police Department also executed search warrants on Patel's business and home Tuesday morning.

According to the AG's office, an investigation into Patel's dubious practices arose from a complaint that he had performed an abortion procedure on Pamela King, even though she was not pregnant. King was diagnosed and died from complications of cervical cancer later that year, and her autopsy determined that she had not been pregnant in the time frame that the abortion procedure occurred.

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From "Oklahoma abortion doctor arrested after allegedly defrauding women" by Abby Broyles, KFOR-TV4 (Oklahoma City, OK) 12/9/14

“When we reviewed the death certificate, it stated [Pamela King] had not been pregnant in the last 12 months. And in speaking with the doctors, we were informed it would’ve been medically impossible for her to have been pregnant in August 2011 based on how severe her cervical cancer was at that time,” said Asst. Attorney General Megan Tilly.

This isn’t the first time Dr. Patel has made headlines.

Back in 1992, he made national headlines for burning more than 50 aborted fetuses in a field east of Shawnee.

Dr. Patel was never disciplined or charged with a crime.

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From "Abortionist Arrested: Accused of Raping His Patients, Dumping Aborted Babies Bodies" by Cheryl Sullenger and Steven Ertelt, 12/9/14

Patel is an abortionist with a long and particularly horrific history of Medical Board disciplinary actions, malpractice claims, and criminal cases. Nevertheless, financial documents found amid the medical records and waste indicate that Patel owns $39.4 million in real estate. His personal income exceeds $1.4 million annually. His net worth is listed at $28 million.

Board discipline

In 1990, Patel was disciplined by the Oklahoma Medical Board for Unprofessional Conduct for “failing to maintain dispensing records for dangerous drugs and keep complete and accurate records of purchase and dispensing of controlled drugs.”

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Rape and sodomy charges

In 1993, Patel was charged with one count of “forcible oral sodomy” and one count of sexual battery after a patient alleged that he had sexually assaulted her on an examination table prior to an abortion. She then recorded two phone conversations with him in which she alleged that he asked if she was angry about the assault and apologized for it.

Three victims came forward and told of their encounters with Patel.

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Employee obtains protective order

In 2003, one of his employees sought and received a protective order after she told the court that Patel became angry over a difficult patient took it out on her.

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A judge ordered Patel to pay $240,000 in damages to a 15-year-old girl left permanently injured following an attempted abortion in June 1989. . . .

Another malpractice case was filed by a patient who underwent an abortion by Patel only to find out later she was 20 weeks pregnant. That suit was also dismissed.

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Agreement with University of Oklahoma

Despite Patel’s frightful history, the University of Oklahoma entered into an agreement with Patel and Outpatient Services for Women abortion clinic on February 5, 2013, to provide training services to UO students.

To read the entire description of Patel's notorious history, CLICK HERE.

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