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|Aug.-Sept., 1998, Vol. 10, No. 6|
Thweatt sued in abortion death
Dr. Delhi Thweatt, the
Catonsville physician who performs
abortions at the Hillcrest abortion
clinic in Harrisburg, is a defendant
in a civil lawsuit involving the
death of a woman following an
abortion he performed...
Ex-clinic owner exposes abortion business
Eric Harrah was part-owner of one of the nation's largest chains of abortion clinics. During his 10 years in the business, his clinics did an estimated quarter million abortions. He recently converted to Christianity and walked away from the lucrative business of killing unborn children.
The following are excerpts from an interview
of Mr. Harrah by Dr. J.C. Wilke and Bradley Mattes
in Life Issues Connector, a publication of Life Issues
Arrest threats prove empty as PA. pro-lifers resume picketing
Seven pro-lifers from Harrisburg braved threats of arrest for criminal trespass and resumed their weekly picketing of a Catonsville abortionist without incident on July 14.
Every Tuesday morning since
July, 1997, a small group of
pro-lifers had been making the
1-hour, 45-minute drive to the
office of Dr. Delhi Thweatt on Old
Ingleside Avenue to protest the
doctor's abortion activities at
Harrisburg's Hillcrest abortion
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Abortionists may give babies pain-killers
Unborn babies would have to be given painkilling drugs during late abortions or for surgery in the womb, under guidelines to be considered by the British government.
Health Minister Tessa Jowell is
reviewing medical evidence on
foetal pain and will hold a meeting
with doctors, scientists and
pressure groups wanting the issue
formally addressed after the
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