Monday, June 03, 2013

Former Planned Parenthood abortionist Timothy Liveright defends himself and assembly-line abortions

Former Planned Parenthood abortionist Timothy Liveright is defending himself after Delaware's attorney general filed a complaint against him.  The News Journal has a long story and USA Today picked it up.  Some details featured in the story are that Liveright once left the clinic to deal with a mechanical situation with his plane (he claims it was an emergency - if it's not in the air is it really an emergency?) and when he returned, he was upset because the women weren't ready for him. 
Mitchell-Werbrich said Liveright left the clinic last June to tend to an emergency mechanical situation with his plane while patients -- already medicated and awaiting procedures -- sat in the waiting room. Two patients later were brought to the recovery room after "roaming outside confused and dazed," she said. Two others in recovery endured cramps during Liveright's absence.

When Liveright returned, she said, he went through the halls proclaiming, "Where are the patients? Let's get the ball rolling."
He also apparently sang hymns during abortions.  Talk about creepy. 
Mitchell-Werbrich also said that while operating, Liveright would chant hymns, including one with the lyrics: "Jesus, oh Jesus, take the sinners down by the river, oh Jesus." She said one patient had tears streaming from her eyes as Liveright sang.
He only admits to making one mistake during an abortion and says a lot of problems at the clinic were because Planned Parenthood was disorganized. 

I think the nurses accusations of "assembly-line abortions" certainly stand when Liveright admits this:
He'd perform as many as 30 abortions a day, he said, making about $60 per procedure and from $5,000 to $10,000 a month, depending on demand.             

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