FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
08 May 2008
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MORE DEAD BABIES FOUND IN MICHIGAN DUMPSTERS
WASHINGTON, D.C. (08 May 2008) – Shortly after the gruesome discovery of aborted babies in a dumpster behind Dr. Alberto Hodari's Womancare abortion facility in early March, Citizens for a Pro-Life Society discovered the mutilated bodies of aborted babies in another dumpster at Women's Advisory Clinic in Livonia, Michigan, owned by Dr. Reginald Sharpe.
"It is indeed representative of the evil times in which we live that we must stop and take time to grieve the loss of children whose parents clearly believed they were disposable in much the same way that rotting garbage would be," said Brown "America is losing her soul."
The bodies of at least six aborted babies were discovered in trash bags containing McDonald's food wrappers, Olive Garden crackers, medical records and bloody medical waste. Following an April 30 investigation by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, Sharpe received only a warning and no fines, as was the case with Hodari.
"Dr. Monica Miller's most recent discovery is not only bone chilling, but a somber reminder of the total disregard for the rights of those human beings who have not yet been born," said Judie Brown, president of American Life League. "We are told that the bodies of the babies found behind Reginald Sharpe's abortion facility are legally defined as mere biohazardous waste and are thus treated as such. After all, that is the law."
Earlier this week, Bishop John Quinn of the Detroit diocese offered a funeral Mass for the 25 aborted babies found behind Hodari's facility in Lathrup Village. "We are grateful to Bishop Quinn for giving these babies the dignity and respect they were denied when they were tossed in the trash," said Brown. "We pray that the remains of these most recent victims will be treated with equal respect."
American Life League was cofounded in 1979 by Judie Brown. It is the largest grassroots Catholic pro-life organization in the United States and is committed to the protection of all innocent human beings from the moment of creation to natural death. For more information or media inquiries, please contact Michael Hichborn at 540.659.7900.