Baby Rowan 911 call

This is a 911 call unlike any other you may ever hear. It was just posted on You Tube. Made on April 2, 2005, the call was to report a baby had been aborted alive in an Orlando abortion mill. It was not clinic workers who made the call but a friend of the aborting mom, reporting clinic workers were attempting to ensure the baby's demise. It seems to me 911 operators also helped ensure the baby's demise by mishandling the call, solely because the person in life-threatening distress was an aborted baby.

Clinic workers turned the response team away at the door, and the response team complied. Rowan died in his mother's arms as she sang to him, alone in the bathroom where he was aborted. The photos you will see are of Rowan, taken in the morgue.

I interviewed and later met Rowan's mother. You can read Rowan's story here. Rowan's mother is a gentle, sensitive person who made a terrible decision under distressing circumstances.

The abortionist, James Pendergraft, is still in business.


Yeah, they're all for "letting women choose" as long as they're not choosing an ambulance for their newborn baby.

It's even in the clinic's name: EPOC stands for "Every Person's One Choice." One choice. Death.

Posted by: Christina at February 11, 2007 5:57 PM

What a tragic story! With our baby girl at just past 29 weeks - barely beyond Baby Rowan's development - I am at a loss for words... I pray for the mother, especially as she approaches her baby's second birthday shortly.

By the way, I wonder how long that video will remain on YouTube, before it is pulled for "violating" YT's terms of service - as most conservative videos end up being accused of (you know, for having the audacity of being truth).

Posted by: Chip Bennett at February 13, 2007 8:32 AM

Chip, I was surprised it made it past You Tube's screeners, too. But I'm told pro-lifers have been able to post a number of videos, some with graphic photos.

I just checked, and the video has received 707 views in its 5 days up.

Posted by: Jill Stanek at February 13, 2007 8:35 AM