Medical Waste Company Says It Incinerates Bodies of Aborted Babies “in a Reverent Way”

National   Micaiah Bilger   Aug 9, 2018   |   3:24PM    Washington, DC

A medical waste company defended its work with a late-term abortionist by asserting that it disposes of aborted babies’ bodies “in a reverent way,” the pro-life group Created Equal said this week.

Bio-Haz Solutions, Inc. in Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania, was seen in early July appearing to pick up medical waste at Leroy Carhart’s late-term abortion facility AbortionClinics.org in Bethesda, Maryland. Earlier this summer, two other medical waste companies canceled contracts with Carhart after pro-lifers expressed outrage.

The new company also responded to pro-lifers’ concerns recently in a voicemail recording, Created Equal leader Mark Harrington said.

On the voicemail provided by the pro-life group, Bio-Haz CEO David Henritzy said his company opposes abortions, but it also feel a moral responsibility to “reverently” dispose of aborted babies. Listen to the recording here.

Henritzy stated:

“First and foremost, we at Bio-Haz Solutions are against all abortions. However, we feel a reverential and moral responsibility with the goodness of God and His blessing that we take of the souls of the children with no voice. No other company does what we do in a very reverent and respectful way for the lost souls of these children. We take responsibility of handling and managing how said containers are handled once they leave the facility of origin. All our vehicles carry holy water and place golden crosses on containers we pick up at the aforementioned locations. We also carry the Holy Bible to guide us in time of need.”

The response did not satisfy Harrington. He urged pro-lifers to continue calling the company and politely asking that it stop doing business with Carhart.

“Whether you place a cross on them or not, whether waste trucks carry holy water and Bibles, this doesn’t change the fact that these children who are made in God’s image are being shipped off to be burned like common garbage,” Harrington said. “Enabling abortion is a moral evil irrespective of the religious symbols used to cover for the killing.”

Carhart, who also runs an abortion business in Nebraska, is one of just a few abortion businesses that openly aborts unborn babies through all nine months of pregnancy.

Operation Rescue first reported seeing the medical waste company at Carhart’s abortion facility in early July, after the other two companies quit.

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According to the report:

The driver of a Bio-Haz Solutions van was seen going into ACO with flat cardboard boxes and empty red plastic biohazard bags. He came out with two boxes at a time that were so full of aborted baby remains that the cardboard bowed out and crunched at the bottom.

“It was appalling to see those pictures of boxes that must have been full of the bodies and pregnancy tissue of very large aborted babies. Apparently, there had not been a pick up there for at least two weeks, so there could have been as many as two dozen babies weighing up to five pounds each in those boxes,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “That really brings home the barbarity of late-term abortions. It’s really the stuff of nightmares.”

Bio-Haz Solutions is the latest company to attempt to profit from the disposal of aborted babies at Carhart’s Bethesda abortion facility.

Biomedical Waste Services of Maryland canceled its contract with ACO on June 5, 2018, after Operation Rescue urged pro-life supporters to flood its office with e-mails and phone calls. A second Maryland company, Biomedical Waste Services quit after just one pick-up on June 23 after a similar contact campaign yielded results.

The pro-life groups are asking pro-lifers to contact Bio-Haz Solutions owner David Henritzy and politely ask him to cancel his contract with LeRoy Carhart and AbortionClinics.org.

David Henritzy
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E-Mail: dhenritz@ptd.net
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