Operation Rescue puts spotlight on abortion clinic in Ohio

Monday, April 21, 2014
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

An Ohio abortion clinic, where an abortion patient recently died, is actually a training facility for future abortionists. 

Billionaire Warren Buffett's Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation is the single supporter of the Ryan Program that's based at the University of California-San Francisco, and that program in part trains abortionists.

Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue points to a Ryan Program affiliate in Cleveland, Ohio, where patient Lakisha Wilson died in March from a botched abortion. The name of the abortuary is Preterm.

"They're also affiliated with the hospital that Lakisha was sent to, the University Hospital Case Medical Center in Cleveland," Sullenger advises.

Sullenger, CherylThe pro-life advocate goes on to say that the Buffett Foundation is funding abortion training at a troubled abortion clinic.

"Preterm has a history of abortion complications, especially since this training program has gone into effect at this abortion clinic," alleges Sullenger. "Their actual incidence of abortion complications appears to have risen significantly."

She maintains that one of the two known abortionists there had only been licensed for one year when she started doing abortions at Preterm, and that abortionist was doing complicated abortions up to 23 weeks of the pregnancy. 

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