A longtime pro-life organization is asking why information about emergency calls to abortion clinics is kept hidden from the public.
When those emergency calls are made, Operation Rescue uses legal means to obtain audio and transcripts of 9-1-1 calls for ambulances.
The obvious goal is to point out the dangerous risks of abortion, and pro-life groups often use medical calls to investigate the sanitary conditions of clinics.
The latest example comes from Pro-Choice Medical Center in Beverly Hills, California, owned by the abortionist to the stars, Josefus Saletz.
Operation Rescue's Cheryl Sullenger tells OneNewsNow the latest incident involved transporting a patient to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for emergency care last month.
"And when we got the recording," she says, "it was about four minutes long altogether but three-and-a-half minutes of that were filled with a series of beeps, which indicated that those portions of the audio had been redacted."
There is obviously the issue of patient privacy but Sullenger says the public has a right to know, too.
Pro-Choice Medical Center has been the scene of six similar incidents since 2015.