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Pro-Choice Violence in England

Pro-Choice Violence in England

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A report by Dr. Brian Clowes, Director of Research and Training at Human Life International, for the website www.prochoiceviolence.com.
A report by Dr. Brian Clowes, Director of Research and Training at Human Life International, for the website www.prochoiceviolence.com.

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First generation pro-lifers have joked that it is the 99 percent of abortionists that give the other one percent a bad name. Certainly abortionist Andrew Gbinigie is one of that 99 percent. He resigned from Wordsley Hospital, Stourbridge, after being found guilty of serious misconduct and sexually harassing two colleagues. So he set up his own private abortion mill, the Calthorpe Clinic, and began to slash a bloody swath through women who were unlucky enough to come to him for care; • Vivian Robinson, a General Medical Council representative, said that Gbinigie botched three abortions on his very first day at his private abortion mill, leaving parts of preborn babies inside three women. • Also on his first day, the abortionist grossly botched a 20-week abortion in November 2000, rupturing the patient's uterus wall and removing her right ovary and fallopian tube. It was only after he pulled out a piece of her bowel that he realized something was wrong. The woman's life was saved only after three consultants carried out a five-hour emergency operation during which her right kidney had to be removed. One of the emergency surgeons described the woman's insides as "just a mess ... A rush of blood carrying the partially dismembered fetus just went everywhere, all over the place ... The fetus was largely intact, apart from one arm and one leg." When her stomach was opened, said another witness, the "cavity was full of blood and floating on top was a 20-week-old fetus, largely intact apart from a missing arm and a missing leg. • "Gbinigie told Tina Palmer that her preborn child was grossly malformed, and offered to perform an abortion on her. But she refused to abort, and gave birth to a healthy little girl, Naomi. She said if she and her husband Brendan had taken Gbinigie's advice they would not have their "lovely girl." • Nicola Evans had a child after being "sterilized" by Gbinigie, has organized a support group for women butchered or injured by him. She said: "The amount of phone calls from women who phoned up upset, crying over the phone, it's just absolutely amazing. We've got 25 names from the West Midlands." The Brits are just as conscientious about protecting their many incompetent abortionists as the Americans and Canadians are. Gbinigie is still on the medical register. He was found guilty of serious professional misconduct by the General Medical Council (GMC), but escaped a ban from practicing medicine. In fact, after setting what might be an abortionist's world record for four botched abortions in one day, he was back committing abortions within

two weeks.1 • In another horrible case, serial child sexual predator Ian Huntley was an English “pro-choicer” with a taste for very young girls — and violence. During a December 2003 trial for rape, his sordid and predatory past emerged. Over a period stretching back to 1995, he had raped and sexually assaulted at least six girls aged 12 to 18. But repeated blunders by police and social workers meant that he was never convicted. One of his victims, Janine Oliver, described him as a "sick, twisted and demented" person who "definitely had a thing about school uniforms." Claire Evans had been married to Huntley, and he had demanded that she have an abortion. When she refused, he shoved her down a flight of stairs, then beat her until she miscarried. Huntley also beat up several other women he had lived with from time to time. Huntley's career of terror was finally ended when he raped and murdered a schoolgirl named Jodi Jones. Two little ten-year-old girls, Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, witnessed the assault. So, in order to get rid of any evidence, he abducted both girls and murdered them as well. Then he cut off all of their clothes, dumped them in a ditch, and doused their bodies with gasoline and tried to burn them. Finally, Huntley was jailed for life. Judge Alan Moses told him: "You showed no mercy and you show no regret. There are few worse crimes than your murder of those two young girls." Huntley will spend the rest of his life in solitary confinement, to prevent other convicts from attempting to kill him.2

Endnotes
1) “British Woman Loses Kidney in Botched Legal Abortion." BBC, March 3, 2003; Steve
Ertelt's Pro-Life Infonet, March 4, 2003; "Woman Loses Several Organs in Hospital Abortion: Dead Fetus Later Found Inside "Except for One Arm and One Leg"." LifeSite Daily News at http://www.lifesite.net, March 4, 2003; "Botch Doctor Told Me to Abort Baby." Express and Star, March 25, 2003; Jacqui Thornton. "`Butcher' Doc New Probe." The Sun [United Kingdom], March 27, 2003; Jane Beese. "Botched Op Surgeon Facing More Claims." Express and Star, March 28, 2003; "Campaign Over Abortion Doctor." BBC News, April, 9, 2003. 2) “Judge Damns Vile Huntley for Life." Daily Record [United Kingdom], December 18, 2003; Vicky Collins. "A Taste for Young Girls and Violence." The Herald [United Kingdom, December 18, 2003.

― (updated May 29, 2011) ― Please send comments, questions or reports of violence to: Brian Clowes, PhD Human Life International 4 Family Life Lane Front Royal, VA 22630

1-800-549-LIFE bclowes at hli dot org

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