Former Abortion Clinic Worker: I Saw Tiny Arms and Hands Floating in Blood

National   Carole Novielli   Oct 13, 2014   |   5:45PM    Washington, DC

WARNING: Some of the descriptions of abortions in this account are unsettling and may not be suitable for younger readers.

Merilida Aguilar claims that she used to work inside an abortion clinic.

merlindaShe has since refuted her abortion connection and is sharing her story with others.

“I know what an abortion does first hand to a women and her baby during an after an abortion…I see with my own eyes a baby torn in pieces,” she says in a video.

“My coworker called me to go look at what she was seeing in a container the doctor had just left on the counter after he was done with an abortion procedure,” Merilida, who used to be a Planned Parenthood manager, writes on a pro-life blog.

“With horror she kept repeating, “We are going to go to hell—Meri, come and see what is in here!”

“I turned and started walking towards her, wondering what she was talking about. When I got closer to look inside, to my disbelief I saw tiny little arms with the hands attached intact. I could see the tiny fingers and legs with tiny feet and toes floating in blood and solution. We just stood there without saying a word.

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“The Lord also gave me a witness, my coworker. After that day, things changed and I was not able to continue to do what I was doing. I finally knew for certain that abortions were never performed on a blob of tissue, as they want the world to believe, but a real person. This baby was 12 weeks old before he/she was murdered. I did not last long after that and soon I was fired. The number of abortions being scheduled were not growing, but declining at the center I was working.

“I never suspected that years later I was once again to set foot on that property, only this time as a prayer warrior.”

“I am pro-life because God has a plan for each one of us…and my voice will be heard,” she says in the video.

LifeNews Note: Carole Novielli is the author of the blog Saynsumthn, where this article originally appeared.