Carhart isn't saying whether his plans include opening a new facility or offering the abortions at an existing practice. He says such details are "something that doesn't need to be talked about" until everything is in place.
Reuters reporter Maggie Fox really ought to do a little more research. She has an article whose title falsely claims, “Murder leaves just two U.S. clinics for late abortions.” The article also has this astoundingly ridiculous quote from abortionist Pratima Gupta:
Gupta calls Tiller's murder devastating. "There are two other providers out there, but frankly, right now, they are not wanting to be very public about the services that they offer," she said.Does Gupta mean Warren Hern and Leroy Carhart (see above)? But of whom have been extremely public about providing late-term abortions in the days after Tiller's murder.
The Washington Times has an editorial regarding Judge Sotomayor’s position on abortion.
Other evidence is more direct. Consider that from 1980 until October 1992, Judge Sotomayor served on the board -- at times as vice president and at times as chairman of the litigation committee -- of the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund. The New York Times in 1992 described her as "a top policy maker on the board." During that time period, the fund filed briefs in not one, not two, but at least six prominent court cases in strong support of "abortion rights."
Alveda King responds to Leroy Carhart comparing the death of George Tiller to the death of Martin Luther King, Jr.