A medical waste disposal company in Maryland is burning aborted babies for energy, the pro-life group Created Equal said this week.
Curtis Bay Medical Waste Services is a Baltimore-based company that works in about 10 states along the east coast. It collects aborted babies from the city Planned Parenthood and possibly other abortion facilities, and then burns them in a special waste-to-energy incinerator, the pro-life group said this week.
Created Equal said an informant outside the Baltimore Planned Parenthood recently informed them about the troubling situation.
“In third world countries, they throw abandoned babies in mass graves and landfills,” said Mark Harrington, president and founder of the pro-life group. “In America we are much more sophisticated but just as barbaric. We kill babies by ‘doctors’ in ‘surgical centers,’ and ‘medical waste’ companies dispose of them by burning them for electricity. It doesn’t get any sicker than this!”
He pointed to the Curtis Bay website, which states, “We manage the largest medical waste incinerator in the US and the only facility in the Northeast Region that utilizes Waste-to-Energy incineration to safely convert infectious/biomedical waste and non-hazardous pharmaceuticals into useful energy.”
The group noted that many medical waste haulers cannot afford their own incinerators, so Curtis Bay also receives medical waste from other companies that contract with abortion businesses, including BioMedical Services.
“If you live the Baltimore area you can be assured that aborted babies were burned so you can turn your lights on in your house!” the pro-life group warned.
Created Equal also asked people to call Curtis Bay CEO Jack Perko at 443-681-5403 and respectfully ask him to stop burning aborted babies for energy.
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Similar reports of incinerating aborted babies’ bodies for energy have surfaced in the past few years. In 2014, news broke that an energy plant in Brooks, Oregon allegedly was burning aborted and miscarried babies to generate electricity. The company that owns the facility denied the claims, but a former employee said otherwise. Public outrage prompted the Marion County Board of Commissioners to stop transporting medical waste to the company.
That same year in England, the London Telegraph reported several government-funded hospitals admitted to burning aborted babies for energy; mothers were told their babies’ bodies were being cremated. An estimated 15,000 aborted babies’ bodies were burned.
Years earlier, pro-life advocate Monica Migliorino Miller wrote about a pet cemetery that was incinerating the bodies of aborted babies with the bodies of dogs and cats. Her book “Abandoned” tells how she and other pro-lifers exposed the horrors and prompted the pet cemetery to end the practice.
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