Abortion Practitioner Hodari in Michigan Selling All Abortion Centers, Divorcing
by Steven Ertelt
November 13, 2009
Livonia, MI (LifeNews.com) — There is more good news out of Michigan, as pro-life advocates say embattled abortion practitioner Albert Hodari has put more of his abortion centers up for sale. As LifeNews.com reported this week, Hodari, who has killed at least two women in botched abortions, put a for sale sign on his Flint, Michigan center.
No, the pro-life group Operation Rescue says Hodari’s "going out of business" sale continues with for sale signs in front of three of his abortion centers in Livonia Southgate and Flint.
"It is believed that every commercial property Hodari owns is on the market, along with his collection of expensive classic cars," the group says.
Meanwhile, Hodari’s wife Nancy filed for divorce yesterday and that may be contributing to his decision to liquidate his abortion business.
Local pro-life advocate Judy Climer of Flint Right to Life confirmed this and Operation rescue explained more.
"The Hodari’s have had a troubled marriage. Nancy filed for divorce in 2006, but dropped her effort to dissolve their marriage a few months later," it said. "Nancy identifies herself as an attorney, business owner, and fitness instructor. The Hodari’s shared a sprawling mansion in an exclusive Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, neighborhood."
Both OR and Climer are concerned that Hodari is selling off his abortion business and valuable personal property to prepare a bid to flee the country in advance of legal problems tied to abortion.
Climer told LifeNews.com she believes Hodari is behind on the taxes and could possibly be facing a lawsuit.
"I checked the city files last night, and there are two parcels of land registered to him – both show real estate taxes owing on them," she indicated.
"There is, also, a fresh lawsuit against him, the clinic and former employee(s)," Climer added, which has been filed by Caitlin Bruce who says Hodari forced her to have an abotion after she declined.
In June, Hodari was fined $10,000 by a state board in connection with a woman’s botched abortion death.
One of Hodari’s staff did an abortion on Regina Johnson and, afterwards, suffered respiratory and cardiac arrest.
Staff at Hodari’s abortion center allegedly failed to help her or call for an ambulance and she was deprived of oxygen for an extended time. She died a short time later at Hodari’s Womencare clinic in Lathrup Village.
Johnson’s death is one of several women to have reportedly died over the years under Hodari’s care.
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