Ever wonder why a few abortionists are in the business of terminating late-term preborn babies?
One of an estimated five abortuaries that will do abortions through the ninth month of pregnancy is Southwestern Women's Options in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
It's owned by Curtis Boyd, who is known for his frank statement decades ago that he performed abortions on women and girls before the Supreme Court ruling in 1973 legalizing it nationwide.
Abortion Free New Mexico, a pro-life organization, recently sent a 37-week pregnant woman identified only as "Felicia" into the clinic undercover.
She was assigned to clinic worker Susana Estorga, who discussed the cost of killing an almost-born baby.
"If we are to see you here in the clinic," Esorga told her, "it would be $17,000 to do the entire induction and later delivery."
The eye-opening cost of the procedure could benefit the concerns of the pro-life movement, which has insisted that the abortion industry is not interested in a woman's "choice" but in enriching itself, even with a dangerous late-term abortion.