July 9, 2021

Aborted Baby Remains Found in Ohio Clinic's Dumpster

Last month, pro-life advocate Matthew Connolly discovered the body of an estimated 17-week-old preborn child in the dumpster of Northeast Ohio Women's Center (NEOWC) in Cuyahoga Falls.

The baby was found wrapped in a bloody blue surgical sheet. Its limbs were torn in a way indicating that the child was killed in a dilation and evacuation (D&E) abortion. Pro-lifers often refer to these as dismemberment abortions, because abortionists tear individual arms and legs off the unborn baby's body as part of the process.

Monica Migliorino Miller, director of Citizens for a Pro-Life Society, made the following comments about the discovery:

"This baby found in the NEOWC trash has suffered the greatest injustice that can be inflicted upon any human being. The child is a rejected human person, rejected by his or her own mother, sliced apart in an unspeakable act of violence, and then literally treated as trash!

In this unborn child’s dismembered body is incarnated the injustice of abortion. We must expose this atrocity. It is so painfully obvious that such killing should be a crime and made illegal. Little did the clinic’s neighboring private residents and businesses know the secret buried at the bottom of the abortion center’s trash container.

Furthermore, what was discovered in the NEOWC demonstrates the abortion industry’s disregard for the rights and dignity of women — as the clinic did little to protect their patients’ identity."

The names of 31 women were also found in the dumpster, a potential violation of HIPAA laws.

Earlier this year, NEOWC joined other abortion businesses in suing Ohio over the state's Unborn Child Dignity Act, which requires the humane disposal of aborted children's remains via burial or cremation.

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