Operation Rescue will soon file a complaint against a Boston
Planned Parenthood over an incident involving an abortion
Melissa Cullen filed suit against the abortion clinic after a
suction abortion. Three hours after the abortion, she passed out
due to an extreme loss of blood and she has suffered several
subsequent injuries as a result. Emergency room doctors told her
the abortion had been done improperly.
Operation Rescue's Cheryl Sullenger tells
OneNewsNow that the incident has only been one among many.
"This is the third such injury that we've seen at this same
Boston Planned Parenthood since January of 2011," she notes.
Cullen, who claims to now suffer from Post Traumatic Stress
Disorder, is seeking $100,000 in damages. The incident marks the
11th abortion-related medical emergency at Planned Parenthood
clinics nationwide during the same period.
Sullenger says that is just the tip of the iceberg.
"These clinics wait until there are no pro-lifers present to
witness it, then they call the ambulance for the people, so we
think that there's a lot more injuries going on than are even being
reported to us," she indicates.
"What is being reported to us are increasingly large amounts of
these kinds of incidents all over the country, but especially at
Operation Rescue plans to file a complaint in connection with
the three Boston Planned Parenthood incidents, asking for a
complete investigation of the facility.
Corporate supporters of Planned Parenthood are paying a price,
as Life Decisions International continues to encourage people to
boycott the firms and take their business elsewhere.