Mother wants abortion industry's lies to stop

Thursday, January 10, 2013
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While abortion proponents insist abortion is safe and legal, a pro-life organization has demonstrated otherwise.

Life Dynamics has released a brochure and video showing pictures of an 18-year-old pregnant Pennsylvania woman, Marla Cardamone, prior to an abortion, then photos of her on the stainless steel autopsy table several hours later.

Crutcher, Mark (Life Dynamics)Mark Crutcher tells OneNewsNow he released the graphic material with the family's permission. The brochure details that a medical counselor warned Cardamone that the prescription medication she had been taking would cause her baby to be born with severe birth defects. The counselor went on to pressure her into having an abortion. "At that point," the brochure says, "an abortionist was brought in to kill her baby. And while he was at it, he also killed Marla."

"A lot of people have seen the graphic images of what abortion does to the unborn child, but they haven't seen the pictures of what abortion can do to the mom," Crutcher explains. "And this is a culture today -- I think because of television and now the Internet -- that is completely dominated by the visual images that it sees. Everything is influenced by that."

Life Dynamics has also set up a new website,, which lists the names of girls and women who have died from abortions -- information the pro-lifer maintains the abortion industry has skillfully covered up.

"I can show you death certificates where we can document that this woman died in an abortion, or this young lady died in an abortion, yet her death certificate doesn't mention the word abortion and she's not counted in the abortion statistics," the pro-lifer laments. "And we have found these by the hundreds."

Crutcher insists that Americans need to be educated, even if it takes graphic material to accomplish that, so they can know what actually happens in America's abortion clinics.

Following Marla Cardamone's death, it was determined that her baby had no abnormalities. In an interview with Deborah Cardamone, Marla's mother told Crutcher that she hopes making the pictures of her daughter "so brutally butchered" public will make the lies stop and help people understand what abortions do to women.

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