A New York City woman is facing charges after she allegedly sold abortion drugs illegally over the internet, including to a man accused of trying to force his girlfriend to take them.
The Daily Register reports Ursula Wing, 41, of New York City, pleaded not guilty Thursday in federal court. She is charged with misbranding a prescription drug and conspiracy to defraud.
Authorities said Wing sold the abortion drugs mifepristone and misoprostol using an online jewelry business as a front. U.S. law requires that the dangerous drugs be prescribed and distributed by a licensed physician.
According to the report, some of the abortion drugs that Wing allegedly sold are connected to another criminal case in Wisconsin.
Jeffrey S. Smith, 32, of Wisconsin Rapids, is accused of attempting to kill his ex-girlfriend’s unborn baby in 2018 using the abortion drugs he bought from Wing, according to a criminal complaint. Smith allegedly slipped the drugs into his ex-girlfriend’s water bottle when she was not looking, authorities said.
He is charged with attempted first-degree intentional homicide of an unborn child and felony delivery of prescription drugs, WAOW News reports.
This is just one known link. If the allegations against Wing are correct, her abortion business may be connected to the deaths and injuries of countless other unborn babies and mothers.
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Here’s more from the report:
Wing packaged the drugs tucked inside a necklace. The shipping invoice didn’t accurately indicate the package’s contents.
Clients paid for the drug with credit cards with the sales showing up on Wing’s account as jewelry.
Wing is accused of mailing misbranded drugs on Jan. 27, 2018, to a Portage address, and on Jan. 30, 2018, to a Wisconsin Rapids address.
The indictment further alleges that Wing sent misbranded prescription drugs to locations in the U.S. and other countries between June 2016 and June 21, 2018.
She allegedly bought the drugs from India.
Earlier this year, Wing told the pro-abortion news site Mother Jones that she was selling the drugs over the internet to help pay for a child custody lawsuit.
The abortion drugs are not safe for women or their unborn babies, especially when taken without a medical professional. Dozens of women have died along with their unborn babies after taking the drugs, and even a Planned Parenthood study found that at least one woman is seriously injured from the abortion drugs daily.
Despite myriad concerns about abuse and safety, there is a concentrated push by abortion activists to expand access to the deadly drugs. The ACLU and Hawaiian abortion activists are suing the federal government in a case that could force every pharmacy in America to sell them. Other abortion activists have suggested allowing the drugs to be provided by mail-order.
To abort an unborn baby, women first take mifepristone, which works by blocking the hormone progesterone, causing the uterine wall to break down and basically suffocating the unborn baby. A second drug, misoprostol, then induces contractions to expel the unborn child’s body.
LifeNews has reported several cases in the past few years involving abusive partners who obtained the drugs in an attempt to force pregnant mothers to abort their unborn babies.