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Victims of Choice

by Kevin Sherlock

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0965403602, Paperback)

VICTIMS OF CHOICE Abortion has been legal nationwide for a generation ... supposedly to protect women and girls from being damaged and abused by back alley abortionists. But the public record shows about the only difference between most of those criminals and the licensed abortion providers of today is an ad in the Yellow Pages. Here's what publicly available documents from courthouses, public health agencies, print media, and coroner's offices say about the state of America's new "peculiar institution:" --

Close to 8000 women a year may be dying from abortion-triggered breast cancer. --

A friend of a woman who bled to death in New York after an abortion said, "I felt if I hadn't been there (in the abortion facility), they would have wrapped her body and thrown it into the garbage." --

A Chicago abortion provider forced a teenager to leave his facility while she was still bleeding and in shock after the abortion. He reportedly called her "lazy" when she couldn't rise on her own, then threw the bleeding and addled girl from his facility. She bled to death in a nearby hospital hours later. --

L.A.'s abortion providers have killed more women by accident than the Manson Family or the Hillside Stranglers killed on purpose! --

Florida health inspectors found several abortion facilities were no clear threat to win the Good Housekeeping seal. At one licensed facility, they found an unlicensed doctor was performing abortions. They also found a spaghetti colander being used to strain baby remains. --

A Detroit abortion provider reportedly let his dog into the operating room, where he could sniff women and lick their blood off the floor. This book tells you about places like this across the country. Sherlock is a man of science who writes like a crime reporter. In a study which touched virtually every state in the Union over a 10-year period, Sherlock proves more women and girls have died from abortion than the federal bureaucrats who supposedly track abortion will tell you about ... and he can identify these victims of choice! Sherlock doesn't mince words, or spare gory details ... or say anything he can't back up. In fact, he footnotes all his sources so you can check on him and see what he is saying about the abortion providers in this book is true. SHERLOCK NAMES THE NAMES OF THESE ABORTION PROVIDERS. "I'm a muckraker, not a preacher," Sherlock says. "My book asks two simple questions: Why do so many of the doctors who perform abortions treat women and girls so shabbily? And why do government officials and others who should care about the safety of women and girls allow these doctors to get away with it?" This book is not for the squeamish. Be forewarned.

(retrieved from Amazon Sat, 29 Aug 2015 22:04:21 -0400)

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