by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Texas Senator Wendy Davis seems to think Kermit Gosnell and Douglas Karpen are the same abortionist. When asked by the Weekly Standard about Gosnell, she gave this response:

    I don’t know what happened in the Gosnell case. But I do know that it happened in an ambulatory surgical center. And in Texas changing our clinics to that standard obviously isn’t going to make a difference.

    Only Gosnell’s clinic was obviously not an ambulatory surgical center. But you know whose is? Texas abortionist Douglas Karpen – the same abortionist who was exposed for killing infants who survive abortion (just like Kermit Gosnell) and has been called the Texas Gosnell. Either Davis got the two confused or she isn’t aware they’re different people.

  • The Irish Medicines Board has detained more than 250 abortion pills so far this year:

    The IMB, in conjunction with the Revenue’s Customs Service and gardaí, monitors and investigates instances of the illegal supply of such produces via the internet, “and actively enforces against suspected breaches of the law”, a spokeswoman said….

    A total of 259 tablets have been detained in 10 consignments since the start of 2013. Of these, 256 contained misoprostol and three mifepristone.

    Last year, 487 abortifacient tablets were seized, of which 471 contained misoprostol and 16 mifepristone, from 25 detentions. A total of 635 tablets were seized in 2011 from 28 detentions.


  • The landlord of a building which will soon house a Sacramento abortion clinic made a deal with the clinic regarding how many abortions they would perform in a year because he “didn’t want them to turn into an abortion clinic”:

    He said the amount of Women’s Health Specialists’ business related to abortions is less than 5 percent.

    “It’s not some abortion clinic that’s cranking out abortions,” he said. “They provide all kind of health services. Ninety-five percent of their services are non-abortion-related.”

    Still, he said, he did negotiate with Women’s Health Specialists to place a “tight” restriction on the number of abortions that they could perform at the location. He declined, however, to specify the number.

    “I didn’t want them to turn into an abortion clinic,” he said. “I want to do a good job as a landlord. I’m surprised that anyone is concerned about this.”

[Photo via Merced Sun-Star]

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