A local television station is running shocking photos of the disgusting conditions at a newly-closed abortion clinic in Michigan.
As LifeNews reported earlier this month, the Muskegon Fire Department has posted closure notices on the Women’s Medical Services in Muskegon, Michigan, and boarded up the abortion clinic until further notice. We ran photos showing the closure notice, dated December 26, 2012. One of the clinic’s doors was boarded up with a plywood panel.
Now, WOOD-TV has published photos of the inside of the abortion facility. They, along with the inspection report, reveal conditions that “pose a danger to human life and welfare.”
The pictures showed a trash-strewn filthy building with garbage piled up next to a procedure table along with unsterilized surgical equipment. The roof was moldy and leaky with buckets were set out to catch the water.
The television station obtained the photos and documents through an open records request and also interviewed abortion practitioner Robert Alexander, who ran the abortion clinic and has been hired to do abortions at a Detroit abortion facility. Alexander told the reporter that he left the building in pristine condition prior to the incident that alerted authorities, a statement that the reporter exposed as completely false.
The pro-life group Operation Rescue, which has been publicizing the closure and providing more information about it, commented on the photos.
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“The photos and report confirm the existence of conditions at Alexander’s abortion clinic that were listed in our complaint filed four months earlier. The disturbing thing is that we have information that Alexander’s medical practice is as shoddy as the building he worked in. We call on the Medical Board in Michigan to act quickly on our complaint and suspend Alexander’s medical license in the interest of public safety,” it said.
OR president Troy Newman added, “We urge the public to call the Michigan Bureau of Health Professionals and demand that they immediately suspend Robert Alexander’s medical license for the sake of human life and welfare.”
He is urging people to contact the agency at [email protected] or Phone: (517) 335-0918.