One of the tasks assigned to some abortion facility workers is to collect and reassemble the body parts of babies killed in abortions; and those assigned to this horrific task are called POC [Products of Conception] technicians.
This job is necessary for the abortion industry because abortionists have to ensure that all body parts are removed from the woman’s uterus. If the body parts are not removed, the woman could get an infection and potentially die. For example, Tonya Reaves died at a Planned Parenthood in Chicago after the abortionist left pieces of placenta still attached to the inside of her womb.
As LifeNews previously reported, former abortionist Beverly McMillan describes what she observed when another abortionist was working in the POC room. She said, “One doctor, when he was in the POC [products of conception] room, would talk to the aborted baby while looking for all the parts. ‘Come on, little arm, I know you’re here! Now you stop hiding from me!’ It just made me sick to my stomach.”
When I worked at Planned Parenthood, I was trained to be a POC technician. POC stands for “Products of Conception.” Sometimes, if the staff were feeling funny, we would say that it stood for “Pieces of Children.”
Inside every abortion clinic across the country, someone is tasked to be the POC technician. Their job is to take everything suctioned out of the uterus during an abortion and reassemble the parts of the baby. We did this to ensure that the uterus was empty of all fetal parts. If something was left, it could create a potentially fatal infection for the woman.
You may read this and say, “How could she do this?” The simple and truthful answer is…I don’t know. The only thing I can say is that spiritual blindness is VERY real.
You may say, “I can’t imagine.” No, I assure you that you can’t. You can’t imagine something so gruesome unless you have actually done it. You may say, “I bet they have nightmares.” Yes, “they” do. Nightmares especially come after you leave the industry.
“How can I live with myself” is something you may ask. Well, that’s simple. Because I am forgiven. I am not “hell bound” or any of the other things thrown at me by many prolifers. My sins are forgiven. My slate is clean.
I humbly ask that you sincerely pray for those who have left the abortion industry. Our wounds are deep and many of our scars remain. But NOT ONE person is beyond the reach of Christ.