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WND EXCLUSIVE Bull’s-eye! Violence stalks pro-life protesters.

“[A] review by WND revealed that violence against opponents of abortion is not only common and widespread – it is often tolerated or even tacitly encourage by much of the media, some elements within law enforcement, and the powerful abortion industry.

The list of brutal beatings, attacks, vandalism, and other crimes perpetrated against pro-life activists, for instance, is virtually endless.

[I]n Albuquerque, New Mexico, an abortion supporter viciously attacked peaceful pro-life protesters outside a late-term abortion clinic.

One of the victims, Bud Shaver, was left bleeding profusely after suffering a deep gash on his head requiring stiches that was inflicted by the attacker, who used keys as a weapon.

The year before that attack, the same victim, Shaver, was almost deliberately run over by a longtime abortion supporter who jumped the curb with his delivery truck.

Two weeks before that, a man was arrested with weapons at the same clinic after threatening to murder two pro-life women.

“Overall, in my 20 years of activism, I’ve definitely seen an increase recently in violence and attacks,” Mark Harrington, (Executive Director at Created Equal) said.

God says that those who hate God love death, so the enemies of God — the radical homosexuals, the God-haters, the atheists, the abortionists – they want to tear down those people who stand for what’s right,” Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue said.

“Jesus said ‘they hated me, they’re going to hate you as well,’ so don’t be surprised when they do that,” Newman continued. “In a sense, it’s part of being a Christian.”

“We’re on two sides of a life and death issue, and I’m on the side of life, so I expect people who would kill a baby in the womb to use violence against those who oppose them.” Joe Scheidler, founder of the Pro-Life Action League

Read this excellent and comprehensive report from World Net Daily at: http://www.wnd.com/2014/12/bulls-eye-violence-stalks-pro-life-protesters/#FHOk4yTO717mQhML.99

Moving forward in Albuquerque, New Mexico…

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By Robin Marty

“New Mexico governor Susana Martinez has come under fire from anti-abortion groups for not doing enough to help their cause.”

Here is a sneak peak of the hard-hitting piece by Cosmopolitan…

“Does a local group like Protest ABQ have enough clout that their disapproval could keep a politician off a short list for higher office? It’s difficult to say. On the one hand, it is just a few dozen “no-exceptions” anti-abortion activists from a low-population state. On the other, the Shavers were sent to the city at the request of Operation Rescue in Kansas and make up just one strand of a tight web of extreme pro-life groups that believe in protecting life from fertilization to natural death, groups that exist all throughout the country — from the Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust in California to Priests for Life in New York. It’s a nationwide network that is highly engaged in electoral politics and grassroots campaigning.”

Read the SURPRISINGLY fair and hard-hitting article from Cosmo here: Are Anti-Abortion Activists Determined to Topple Their Pro-Life Governor?

 

BREITBART: NM Gov. Susana Martinez’s Campaign Strategist Calls Pro-Life Activists ‘Pieces of S***’

ASSOCIATED PRESS: Abortion protesters target GOP Gov. Martinez

Official Launch of Protest ABQ (www.protestabq.com)

Group launches new anti-abortion campaign, KOB 4

Women’s Health Center relocates, UNM Daily Lobo (Excerpt below)

Tara Shaver, spokeswoman for Protest ABQ, continued to insist that the ministry’s protests are the reason why the center decided to relocate. She said anti-abortion activists in the city have been holding protests five days a week at the CRH’s current location since November. “It confirms what we knew all along that our protest was making a difference,” she said. “They’re now trying to shy away, and it seems that they’re trying to hide themselves even more.” Shaver said she does not believe the protest did not impact UNM’s decision. She said the group demonstrates in front of the center to educate women to slow down the center’s business. “When a woman goes into an abortion clinic, she just gets an abortion,” she said. “We’re there to offer real solutions to her problems in her life… When women choose not to have an abortion, that takes away from their business. That takes away money they would have gotten if a woman decided to kill her child.”

And it is unimportant whether the CRH tackle other women’s health issues or not, Shaver said.

“Would we really say that we’re OK with Adolf Hitler killing Jews if one day he’s handing food to people?” she said. “It doesn’t matter. He’s responsible for killing Jews, and the University of New Mexico is responsible for killing babies… They need to stop killing babies and truly help women in their most desperate times.”

Pro-lifers to abortion trainers: You can move but you can’t hide, One News Now

With our recent launch of Protest ABQ, we have kicked up the pressure another notch in terms of protesting the management company, having more high-profile protests outside of the clinic,” Tara Shaver tells OneNewsNow. “And inevitably, with all of our pressure, they’re going to close their current location.”

Shaver is quite certain her group played a role in the decision to relocate.

“About a year and a half ago, we were told by a confidential source that our protests were affecting the abortion clinic’s business,” she says, “and we know that having a presence outside of abortion clinics does take away from their business once we’re able to give women real choices in lieu of abortion.”

Protest ABQ already knows the new location where the abortuary will open, and plans are under way to continue the pro-life presence there. The new location in the southeast sec

– See more at: http://www.onenewsnow.com/pro-life/2014/03/19/pro-lifers-to-abortion-trainers-you-can-move-but-you-cant-hide#.U3Q3nsdZ8f2

With our recent launch of Protest ABQ, we have kicked up the pressure another notch in terms of protesting the management company, having more high-profile protests outside of the clinic,” Tara Shaver tells OneNewsNow. “And inevitably, with all of our pressure, they’re going to close their current location.” Shaver is quite certain her group played a role in the decision to relocate. “About a year and a half ago, we were told by a confidential source that our protests were affecting the abortion clinic’s business,” she says, “and we know that having a presence outside of abortion clinics does take away from their business once we’re able to give women real choices in lieu of abortion.” Protest ABQ already knows the new location where the abortuary will open, and plans are under way to continue the pro-life presence there. The new location in the southeast section of the city is near the international airport, which means more people likely will be exposed to the life issue.

Residents, businesses get graphic cards about clinic, KRQE News 13

With our recent launch of Protest ABQ, we have kicked up the pressure another notch in terms of protesting the management company, having more high-profile protests outside of the clinic,” Tara Shaver tells OneNewsNow. “And inevitably, with all of our pressure, they’re going to close their current location.”

Shaver is quite certain her group played a role in the decision to relocate.

“About a year and a half ago, we were told by a confidential source that our protests were affecting the abortion clinic’s business,” she says, “and we know that having a presence outside of abortion clinics does take away from their business once we’re able to give women real choices in lieu of abortion.”

Protest ABQ already knows the new location where the abortuary will open, and plans are under way to continue the pro-life presence there. The new location in the southeast sec

– See more at: http://www.onenewsnow.com/pro-life/2014/03/19/pro-lifers-to-abortion-trainers-you-can-move-but-you-cant-hide#.U3Q3nsdZ8f2

With our recent launch of Protest ABQ, we have kicked up the pressure another notch in terms of protesting the management company, having more high-profile protests outside of the clinic,” Tara Shaver tells OneNewsNow. “And inevitably, with all of our pressure, they’re going to close their current location.”

Shaver is quite certain her group played a role in the decision to relocate.

“About a year and a half ago, we were told by a confidential source that our protests were affecting the abortion clinic’s business,” she says, “and we know that having a presence outside of abortion clinics does take away from their business once we’re able to give women real choices in lieu of abortion.”

Protest ABQ already knows the new location where the abortuary will open, and plans are under way to continue the pro-life presence there. The new location in the southeast sec

– See more at: http://www.onenewsnow.com/pro-life/2014/03/19/pro-lifers-to-abortion-trainers-you-can-move-but-you-cant-hide#.U3Q3nsdZ8f2Residents, businesses get graphic cards about clinic, KRQE News 13

Protesters Target UNMH CEO’s neighborhood UNM Daily Lobo

Protest ABQ, an anti-abortion ministry that was launched earlier this month, organized the protest. Tara Shaver, spokeswoman for the ministry, said her organization does not aim to single out McKernan. She said the protest aims to educate residents of the area about abortions in the city and in the University. “We are in his neighborhood to not call him out by name, but to let people know that UNM is helping to keep abortion in our city,” she said. “These are his doctors who are performing abortions through the UNM Health System.” Members of the ministry carried placards with pictures of dead fetuses while marching silently around the neighborhood. The organization’s truck, embellished with similar images, also drove around the streets slowly. “A lot of times, people just want to ignore abortion, the killing of babies, as if it doesn’t exist,” she said. “When we bring it out to the public eye, people have to respond one way or another … Some people just lash out at us as if we were the enemy just because we’re the messenger letting people see the truth.”

Abortion opponents picket UNMH boss’s neighborhood, ABQ Journal 

Anti-abortion activists took their protest last weekend to an upscale Los Ranchos de Albuquerque neighborhood near the home of University of New Mexico Hospital’s top administrator as part of their campaign to close a UNM medical clinic that, along with other services, performs abortions up to 22 weeks. The protest is part of a “neighborhood awareness” campaign started earlier this year by Project Defending Life, which has organized six protests this year in residential neighborhoods, said Tara Shaver, a spokeswoman for the group.

Bud and Tara Shaver Named Operation Rescue’s 2013 Pro-Life Persons of the Year

“Pro-life missionaries Bud and Tara Shaver, of Project Defending Life in Albuquerque, New Mexico, have been named as recipients of the 2013 Pro-life Person of the Year Malachi Award in recognition of their outstanding work in bringing the matter of late-term abortions into the national spotlight. The Malachi Award is given by Operation Rescue every year to recognize individuals who sacrificially work to advance the cause of protecting the pre-born.”

National Coverage of the historic ABQ referendum. The first ever attempt to restrict abortion at the city level

Here are a few quotes from (just some of) the national news coverage regarding this ballot initiative, which has LAUNCHED Albuquerque into the national spotlight, and has helped expose New Mexico’s radical abortion agenda:

“In the end, Tara and Bud were here before the ordinance, and they’ll be here after it, whether it passes or not. Fetal pain, or abortion after 20 weeks, is something they can get behind, but it’s not their sole mission – they want to see it all gone. ‘We hope the people do rise up and vote for the ordinance,’ said Bud, rounding a corner. Even if they don’t, ‘there’s been awareness raised. And that can only produce some good stuff in the long term.’” MSNBC, The new frontier of the abortion wars

“While we lost this election we have won over many hearts and built amazing bridges within the community, wrote Bud and Tara Shaver. We must resolve to proclaim even louder the truth about abortion, reach even further into our community and keep coming back until we win and establish justice for the babies.” Talking Points Memo, Albuquerque’s Anti-Abortion Activists Unfazed After 20-Week Ban Defeat

“We poured our heart and soul into this, and we believe even though we lost the election we were able to win lots of hears to our side,” Tara Shaver said. Shaver and her husband, Bud, moved to Albuquerque three years ago with the sole focus of shuttering Southwestern Women’s Options, one of a handful of clinics in the country that still do late-term abortions. Activists on both sides say it was the first municipal election on the issue. And despite the defeat, it likely won’t be the last. “We are going to capitalize on this momentum, and we are going to keep coming back,” Shaver said. “This is literally a battle between life and death.” The Associated Press (AP), Anti-abortion groups to fight on after NM defeat

“Compared with its neighbors’ abortion policies, New Mexico’s is practically socialist. Abortion is legal throughout pregnancy, and New Mexico has none of the restrictions—ultrasounds, waiting periods, building-code regulations intended to make it hard for clinics to stay open—that have swept the country in the past five years.” The American Prospect, Anti-Choicers’ New Mexico Experiment

“Mrs. Shaver said it’s called the Wild West of abortion, and she said that’s why Dr. Curtis has set up in New Mexico — and why he draws from so many other states.” The Washington Times, Abortion battle goes local in New Mexico as Albuquerque votes on 20-week ban

“Patients are drawn to the Albuquerque clinic from other states, he said, and ‘it was the national implications of late-term abortions in New Mexico that brought us here. A certain amount of social tension is necessary to cause change,’ [Mr. Shaver, 34] said, citing the methods of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.” The New York Times, Albuquerque Becomes Latest Focal Point in Abortion Wars

“Three years ago, anti-abortion ‘missionaries’ Tara and Bud Shaver left Operation Rescue’s base in Kansas with one target: a clinic that abortion opponents say has turned this southwestern city into the late-term abortion capital of America. But after a loss at the medical board and making little headway in the Democrat-controlled Legislature, their group, Project Defending Life, gathered enough signatures to place a late-term abortion ban on the municipal ballot. It is believed to be the first such referendum of its kind in the country and is being watched as a possible new front for activism in the abortion wars that have typically been waged at the federal and state levels.” The Associated Press (AP), Albuquerque vote targets late-term abortion clinic

“The vote — which would effectively end late-term abortions in New Mexico — has turned this low-key, progressive city of a half million people into the latest flash point in the abortion culture wars. It opens a new pro-life strategy to push abortion restrictions at the local as well as state and federal levels.” TIME, Albuquerque Abortion Battle Gains National Attention

“What else can we do to save women and children from abortion?” said [Tara] Shaver, 29, who is also a spokeswoman for Project Defending Life, a Catholic group in the city that opposes the procedure. Shaver relocated with her husband to New Mexico in 2010 to be “pro-life missionaries” after interning at Operation Rescue. “We thought, let’s see what we can do at the city level,” she said. Bloomberg, Abortion Battle Goes Local From Fairfax to Albuquerque

“ALBUQUERQUE — A high-desert city in one of the poorest states in the nation has become the abortion debate’s latest battlefield and a testing ground for whether abortion limits can be imposed on the local level. Although similar bans have been passed by state legislatures, New Mexico’s largest city is believed to be the first municipality in the country to place such an initiative on a ballot.” Los Angeles Times, Albuquerque becomes latest abortion battlefield

“The failed referendum in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy is the first known instance of the issue being addressed at a local level, but it might not be the last. ‘I think we’ll see this more and more,’ said Mallory Quigley, communications director for Susan B. Anthony List, an anti-abortion group. ‘We’re constantly doing things on the local level in terms of outreach because those methods are very effective in bringing about social change in general,’ said Tara Shaver, who with her husband, Bud, is with the group Project Defending Life.” CNN, Albuquerque: New path for abortion opponents

“Tara Shaver, the chairwoman of an Albuquerque group that backed the proposed ordinance, said she and other opponents of abortions have become increasingly frustrated by their inability to win votes at the state Legislature in Santa Fe. ‘We were sick and tired of legislators imposing their will on us, so we decided to bring this issue directly to the people,’ said Ms. Shaver, adding that she has gotten calls from people across the country who said they were interested in pushing for similar city referendums. ‘Win or lose, this initiative has been what our city needed to wake them up to the barbaric practice of late-term abortions,’ Ms. Shaver added Tuesday before the final votes had been tallied.” The Wall Street Journal, Albuquerque Voters Reject Bid to Ban Late-Term Abortions

Direct attempts by the Pro-Aborts to thwart the City Referendum to Ban Late-Term Abortion

Albuquerque Pro-Life Campaign Site Hacked, E-Mail Redirected to Pro-Abortion Campaign

Obama’s Political Group Behind Opposition to Late-Term Abortion Ban in New Mexico

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“It appears that Obama is behind an organized effort to ensure the continuation of late-term abortions up until birth, and is attempting through subterfuge to subvert the will of the vast majority of the people of Albuquerque who oppose the heinous practice of aborting babies halfway through pregnancy and up until birth,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. “These are the same leftists who are condemning support for the ordinance by national pro-life groups. The deception is appalling.”

Did late term abortion campaign trigger pipe bomb attack by pro-choicers?

Planned Parenthood Tells Undercover Caller ‘Probably Won’t’ Report Statutory Rape 

by, Dr. Susan Berry Breitbart.com

Pro-life organization Project Defending Life has released a new video exposé featuring an undercover telephone call placed by a young woman to Planned Parenthood of New Mexico in Albuquerque. The caller, who gives her age as 14, states she is seeking an abortion and that she is concerned because her boyfriend is 21 and is “worried” he will be reported.

The Planned Parenthood employee tells the young woman that she and the doctor will discuss these issues but that the clinic “probably won’t” report her circumstances, even though her pregnancy by an adult qualifies as statutory rape.

When the caller asks if her age (14) is a problem, the Planned Parenthood employee answers, “In New Mexico, there’s no limit on when you can have sexual reproduction rights.” The caller then tells the employee the age of her boyfriend (21) and states that he is “worried” that he could be reported.

From the video:

Caller: Well, I’m concerned because I’m 14… but my boyfriend is the one who is going to be bringing me and he is worried because he’s 21.

Planned Parenthood: You need to come to your appointment and [unintelligible] that with the doctor.

Caller: Will he get in trouble?

Planned Parenthood: That’s what you and the doctor would have to discuss. It just depends on what – the state law that we have to report. They probably won’t. This is something we see often. You’re certainly not the first one.

“It’s no surprise that Planned Parenthood continues to cover up for rapists since they profit from these lucrative abortions,” Tara Shaver of Project Defending Life commented.

Read the full story here: Planned Parenthood Tells Undercover Caller ‘Probably Won’t’ Report Statutory Rape

Here are 2 national articles from the radical Pro-Aborts…TREAD LIGHTLY!

Want to Be an Anti-Abortion Foot Soldier? Here’s an Internship for You, New Republic

 The right’s scary new test lab: Antiabortion activists take over a major city How one little-known couple helped turn Albuquerque into a petri dish for a new, national strategy to ban abortion, Salon

Defending Life in the Desert
The fight against late-term abortions is being pursued on the local level in Albuquerque.  -National Review

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Cities, not states, could be the next center of the abortion debate.

In Albuquerque, N.M., pro-life activists are trying a new strategy: Banning late-term abortions within the city limits, instead of trying for a statewide ban. Over three weeks this summer, local pro-lifers collected 27,000 signatures — 15,000 more than were needed — to place a measure that would ban abortions after 20 weeks on a city ballot on November 19.

The measure looks likely to pass: According to a September poll conducted by the Albuquerque Journal, 54 percent of city voters approve of it, while only 39 percent oppose it. “It’s supported by most citizens and particularly by Hispanics,” comments Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the Susan B. Anthony List. “They outpoll the general population in their support for it. So I think it’s a microcosm of what should be happening on the national level when the Republican party comes back to itself — it should emulate the same kind of strategy” when it comes to passing late-term abortion bans, which could attract Hispanic support. Right now, while the federal House has passed such a ban, the Senate has not yet acted to introduce a companion measure.

Read the full article here:  Defending Life in the Desert -National Review

“More voters support abortion ban” – ABQ Journal

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“I think the spread was a little surprising, but I wasn’t shocked,” Journal pollster Brian Sanderoff said. “I think that many Albuquerque voters are pro-choice; however, support for the pro-choice position evidently declines as the term of the pregnancy increases.”

Support for the proposed late-term abortion ban was strongest among Republican voters, 80 percent of whom said they supported the measure.

Democratic voters represent a plurality of the voters who have historically cast ballots in city elections, but Democrats were less unified than Republicans on the abortion issue. A slight majority – 56 percent – of Democrats polled opposed the ban, while 35 percent said they would support it.

The split among Democrats is driven by a large number of Hispanic voters who frequently have a religious background and support anti-abortion polices while voting Democratic on most other political issues, Sanderoff said.

Support for the proposed abortion ban was bolstered by a large number of religious Hispanic voters who support anti-abortion policies but typically vote Democratic on other political issues.

“I think the big story is Hispanics,” Sanderoff said. “Although Hispanics tend to be Democrats and tend to hold the Democratic position on economic issues, we find they differ with other Democrats on the abortion issue. Hispanic Democrats are much more likely to be supportive of this measure than Anglo Democrats.”

Read the full article here:  “More voters support abortion ban” -ABQ Journal

“ALBUQUERQUE BECOMES LATEST FOCAL POINT IN ABORTION WARS” – The New York Times

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The drive for a city referendum has been led here by a couple who trained with Operation Rescue in Kansas and moved here three years ago as anti-abortion “missionaries.”

“We felt called to come and serve in Albuquerque,” said Tara Shaver, 29. She and her husband, Bud, moved here largely to find a way to shut down Southwestern Women’s Options, she said.

Ms. Shaver is the spokeswoman for a coalition of Roman Catholic, evangelical and other groups pushing the ballot initiative. City officials say the proposed 20-week ban is expected to be put to voters this fall.

Read the full article here: “ALBUQUERQUE BECOMES LATEST FOCAL POINT IN ABORTION WARS” – The New York Times

“Defending life in New Mexico’s city of death” -Alissa Robertson, WORLD Magazine

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“The petition is a grassroots effort led by Bud and Tara Shaver with Project Defending Life. Organizations such as the Catholic Coalition, New Mexico Right to Life, Knights of Columbus, and Voices for Family Values also support the petition, which calls for a measure modeled after the fetal pain bill passed in the U.S. House earlier this year. The city ordinance would only apply to Albuquerque, where three of New Mexico’s five abortion centers operate.

When Shaver and other supporters filed the petition on June 28, they expected to have the typical 60 days to get the 12,091 signatures needed to get their measure on the October ballot. But the city clerk wanted to take extra time to validate the signatures and gave them only 30 days to fill their petition sheets.

“Our goal was 15,000 signatures, to be safe,” Shaver said. “Not only did we make our 15,000 goal, but in less than 30 days, we obtained over 18,000 signatures supporting the bill.” Volunteers with Project Defending Life will turn in the signatures tomorrow before the July 28 deadline.”

Read the full article here: Defending life in New Mexico’s city of death

Abortion ban petition filed with city

Women who live in states with more restrictions on abortion already come to New Mexico, where there are no restrictions except on partial birth abortion.

One group is hoping to change the law in Albuquerque. They say that could cut down on women seeking abortions here.

If a petition circulating gets enough signatures and an initiative ends up on the ballot in October, voters will decide whether women will be banned from getting abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy in the city of Albuquerque.

“These late term abortions are very risky for women,” petition organizer Tara [Shaver] said. “So ultimately we see women and their children will be protected as a result of this initiative.”

Texas Governor Rick Perry signed his state’s new restrictions into law today.

“It is our responsibility and duty to give voice to the unborn and the individuals whose survival is at stake,” Perry said while signing.

[Shaver] believes that could send more women from the Texas side of the border to the New Mexico side.

“Because we have no restrictions on abortion, we already don’t have anything that’s keeping women from coming to our state,” [Shaver] said. “Every week we see women coming from all across the country specifically for late-term abortions.”

Read the full report by Erica Zucco, KOB Eyewitness News 4.

Gosnell-Like Abortion Practices are Business as Usual in New Mexico, by Tara Shaver

Recently a press conference and rally were held at the late-term abortion facility, Southwestern Women’s Options, in Albuquerque.  Tara Shaver of Project Defending Life alerted New Mexicans of the similarities to the Kermit Gosnell case that are happening right now in Albuquerque.  This coverage exposes the horrific consequence of Late-Term abortion…13% of the the time, the babies are born alive! Tara Shaver asks the logical question, “What happens to these babies at Southwestern Women’s Option’s in Albuquerque, New Mexico?”

Local CBS TV station KRQE-13 ran the following report that afternoon:

Local and National Coverage of the…First EVER Survivors NEW MEXICO ProLife Training Camp and Public Awareness Campaign, “ABQ Do You Know? Do You Care?”

VICE- The New Face of the Anti-Abortion Movement

New York Times- Albuquerque Becomes Latest Focal Point in Abortion Wars

Santa Fe Reporter- America’s Auschwitz?

Local ABQ News Channel 4 KOB coverage of the Survivors Public Awareness Campaign, “ABQ Do You Know? Do You Care?”

“The board began the investigation after pro-life groups filed complaints based on 911 calls for emergency transports from clinics to hospitals. Pro-life groups including Project Defending Life and Operation Rescue filed complaints with the medical board based on tapes of 911 calls involving 13 incidents dating back to 2008 that resulted in emergency transports from clinics to hospital.”  “Tara Shaver, a spokeswoman for Project Defending Life, said she filed 11 complaints with the medical board last year against physicians at Southwest Women’s Options based on the tapes. Of those complaints, only Sella’s case has resulted in a notice of contemplated action against the physician, Shaver said.”

 ABQ Journal:Negligence Alleged in Clinic Abortion Case

Watch the video report by KOAT 7: Doctor could lose license after late-term abortion

“The tape obtained by pro-life advocate, Tara Shaver, shows a 35-week abortion procedure that had dangerous complications. ‘We’re just really tired of seeing abortion abuses in New Mexico. We want this to come to an end,’ said Tara Shaver in an interview. ‘And we want those who are responsible to be held accountable.’ That could happen. The doctor performing the abortion, Dr. Shelley Sella, is being investigated by the state Medical Board for gross negligence.”

Watch the video coverage  from KOB 4  here:

(Read the full report here: Doctor investigated for alleged shoddy abortion.)

Read the following report by Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue: New Mexico Disciplinary Hearing Spotlights Dangerous Full Term Abortions

Great article by World Magazine covering the legality of full-term abortions in New Mexico! It also exposes the danger posed to women due to the induction method used in late-term abortion. Albuquerque, NM is considered the “Late-Term Abortion Capital.” New Mexico’s ‘dirty little secret

Front Page Article about the Investigation initiated due to complaints filed by Tara Shaver by the New Mexico Medical Board of two Albuquerque abortion clinics  in the ABQJournal. Clinics Face Medical Board Inquiry

Great article in the ABQJournal concerning our recent meeting with Gov. Martinez.(Don’t let the title fool you!) Denish Hubby Gets the Ax

The University of New Mexico Daily Lobo:Mishap spurs new health clinic

You know you are an activist when…Planned Parenthood protests you!

Protesters Stand Against Anti-Abortion Group

News coverage from KOAT News Channel 7 about Bud and the Truth Truck exposing the reality of Late-term abortion in Albuquerque. Graphic anti-abortion billboard drives around town. Billboard calls Albuquerque the late-term abortion capital.

FACT CHECK on this News Story from KOAT:Actually Late-Term abortion’s can be done for any reason up to the day of birth in New Mexico and is funded 100% by YOU and ME the taxpayer thanks to Medicaid!

Read the following report by Tara Shaver, Project Defending Life: New Mexico forced taxpayers to fund 1,786 abortions in 2011.

These injury-prone clinics are never inspected by the New Mexico Department of Health! Read the following report which reveals how these dangerous clinics Operate In Shadows of Regulatory Gaps.

Women obtaining Late-Term abortions are not doing so to save their own life, because the late-term procedure is such that, they still have to go through the pain and process of delivery! The only difference is that they give birth to a dead child…The baby was killed two-three days earlier!

Read the entire late-term procedure here: Late-Term.com

The truth is, women can obtain abortion’s for any reason up to the day of birth here in New Mexico! Generally, abortion’s are done in the later stages of pregnancy for fetal abnormalities…such as Down Sydrome! In fact 90% of babies diagnosed with Down Syndrome, do not survive the womb…They are aborted. 

Here, this Call Reveals Medicaid Paying $16,000 to Abort 30-Week Down Syndrome Baby  (Click link to read the full report)

 A Glimpse of Persecution in America:

Man Arrested After Threatening To Gun Down Pro-life Activists At Late-Term Abortion Clinic

Pro-abortion Driver Escalates Abuse to Violence, Tries To Run Down Pro-lifer

Abortion Supporter Bloodies Peaceful Pro-Life Activist in Violent Beating …later arrested.

Did late term abortion campaign trigger pipe bomb attack by pro-choicers?

Abortion Activist Uses Vehicle as Weapon Against Pro-Lifers, Jumps Curb to Run Over Them

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