BIO-WASTE COMPANY, CURTIS BAY, TURNED OVER ABORTED
BABIES TO ACTIVISTS OUTSIDE WASHINGTON DC SURGI-CLINIC.
According to activists who regularly protest outside Washington Surgi-Clinic (located at 2112 F St NW Suite 400, Washington, DC 20037), on March 25, 2022, a driver for Curtis Bay Energy handed over several medical waste boxes after being told aborted babies were inside them.
- Here are more pictures of the aborted babies killed at Washington DC Surgi-Clinic. (Photo credit to Live Action, Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, and PAAU.)
Despite statements to the contrary (here and here), Curtis Bay routinely receives, transfers, and burns aborted babies along with other medical waste for energy. Their website reads, “We manage the largest medical waste incinerator in the US and the only facility in the Northeast Region that utilizes Waste-to-Energy incineration to safely convert infectious/biomedical waste and non-hazardous pharmaceuticals into useful energy.”
In other words, Curtis Bay Energy, which services much of theEast Coast, converts aborted babies into electricity for use in households and businesses in the Baltimore, MD area. Many bio-waste haulers can’t afford their own incinerators, so Curtis Bay is a drop-off site for other medical waste companies that service abortion centers such as BioMedical Services (whose office is located in the same corporate center).
Created Equal is asking people to call Curtis Bay CEO Jack Perko at 443-681-5403 and email him to ask him to stop hauling and burning aborted babies for energy. Please leave a message if you receive voicemail.
“In third world countries, they throw abandoned babies in mass graves and landfills,” said Mark Harrington. “In America we are much more sophisticated, but just as barbaric. We kill babies by ‘doctors’ in ‘surgical centers,’ and ‘medical waste’ companies dispose of them by burning them for electricity. It doesn’t get any sicker than this!”
Aborted babies discovered in DC may indicate infanticide after attempted abortions.
Physician experts have told Live Action News that five aborted children recovered from a D.C. apartment appear to have been viable human beings, raising questions about potential legal and serious ethical violations by the abortion clinic.
Dr. Robin Pierucci, a neonatal specialist, told Live Action News: “I can say with confidence that these babies died at an age when they were viable, premature people.” In her Friday morning comments, she noted that she was going to work in a NICU where she would “care for little ones this size and age.”
During a Thursday press conference, D.C. police quickly dismissed the possibility that the babies experienced illegal abortions but declined to comment further when asked by Live Action News. Although D.C. doesn’t ban late-term abortions, medical professionals are still bound by federal laws which restrict the method of abortion and require life-saving care for infants born after botched procedures.
A pro-life activist voluntarily informed the D.C. homicide unit of the babies and surrendered them to authorities. Details are forthcoming but the Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising (PAAU) group, to which this activist belongs, believes the “late gestational ages as well as their apparent sustained injuries potentially show violations of the Partial Birth Abortion Act as well as the Born Alive Infants Protection Act.” The group also announced that a funeral mass and naming ceremony was offered for the babies.
Live Action president and founder Lila Rose said in response, “The discovery of these bodies is horrific and disturbing evidence of the infanticide that may be occurring in this clinic within our nations’ capital, and indicative of the violence happening in abortion facilities nationwide.”
RTLACO Announces 2022 Primary Endorsements
The Right to Life Action Coalition of Ohio (RTLACO)
announces its initial slate of candidates for
Ohio’s Primary Election 2022
RTLACO is pleased to endorse Jim Renacci for the 2022 Ohio Gubernatorial Primary race.
Mr. Renacci and his running partner, Joe Knopp, surveyed with almost perfect scores. Those scores, as well as his past voting record and pro-life support, made him the favored candidate for Ohio’s next Governor.
“We are confident Jim will listen to concerns of the pro-life groups across Ohio and will work towards making Ohio abortion-free” related Jeannine Jones, Chair of the Candidate Endorsement Committee. Visit Mr. Renacci’s website here.
RTLACO is pleased to endorse John Adams for Ohio Secretary of State.
Mr. Adams is a U.S. Navy veteran, businessman, and a long- time Shelby County community advocate. “Ohio will be well-served by the experience, integrity, and pro-life ethic of Mr. Adams.” said Linda Theis, President. To read more about Mr. Adams, click here.
RTLACO reminds members that Josh Mandel received our endorsement late last year for the U.S. Senatorial race.
“Mr. Mandel has a proven pro -life record and will work every day in the U.S. Senate to protect the unborn. He is the only candidate with a proven record of pro-life support and votes. Mr. Mandel will fight for the unborn in Washington D.C.” stated Margie Christie, President-Elect. Learn more about Josh here.
“We are very proud to share with our members our initial slate of pro-life candidates. We take this endorsement process very seriously and are very appreciative of the diligent work done by our endorsement committee” said Linda Theis, President.
We strongly encourage our members and supporters to consider this initial slate of candidates when voting pro-life in the upcoming Ohio primary.
RTLACO does not endorse in every race
and will NEVER endorse a candidate with exceptions.
Toledo/Akron Abortionist Celebrates Killing Babies: “Nothing I’ve Ever Done is More Satisfying.”
To Ohio abortionist David Burkons, the unborn babies who he makes a living aborting are just “problems.” And he offers the solution.
The Akron Beacon Journal recently published an interview with Burkons, who runs an abortion facility in Cuyahoga Falls. The Journal described him as “one of Ohio’s most prolific abortion doctors.”
In the interview, Burkons portrayed himself as a hero for helping women “take care of” their “problems.” These “problems” are unique, living unborn babies – his patients’ own children.
“Nothing I’ve ever done is more satisfying than this,” Burkons said of his abortion work. “You just come into work, and every patient walks in with a problem and they walk out without that problem.”
According to Live Action: “He spends a mere five minutes with patients in these virtual appointments — a dangerous lack of care. Meanwhile, the Journal praised his business as thriving, writing that he has seen ‘a combined 84% increase in abortions, from 1,899 to 3,498. The business is on pace to hit 3,850 abortions in 2022.’”
Burkons is not really helping women at all. He is making more problems by destroying their children’s lives before they have the chance to live them and leaving many women with a lifetime of pain and regret.
FBI Arrests 9 Pro- Life Advocates for Saving Babies at Late-Term Abortion Clinic. Thanks to All Those Who Voted for Biden!
The federal government accused nine pro-life advocates of civil rights violations Wednesday for allegedly blocking the entrance to a late-term abortion facility in Washington, D.C. in an attempt to save babies’ lives.
The FBI arrested pro-life advocate Lauren Handy, director of activism for the Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising (PAAU), and eight others on charges of violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act and conspiracy against rights, the Associated Press reports.
The nine participated in a “rescue,” a controversial action in the pro-life movement in which pro-lifers block the entrance to an abortion facility and refuse to leave for the purpose of stopping unborn babies from being aborted.
The rescue occurred on Oct. 22, 2020 at a Washington, D.C. abortion facility. The department did not identify the name of the facility, but pro-life advocates said it was the Washington Surgi-Center, which advertises late-term abortions at “27 plus weeks of pregnancy” – long past the point when unborn babies are viable outside the womb.
The Department of Justice accused the nine pro- lifers of “using a physical obstruction to injure, intimidate and interfere with the clinic’s employees and a patient, because they were providing or obtaining reproductive health services.”
The pro-lifers could be sentenced to up to 11 years in prison and fines of up to $350,000, if convicted.
The Life Legal Defense Foundation and the Thomas More Society are representing the pro-lifers.
Such illegal actions are controversial in the pro-life movement. Though the pro-life advocates were not violent or destructive and their intentions were to save unborn babies’ from violence, their actions were illegal. The pro-life movement is committed to peaceful, non- violent, lawful actions to end to abortion and restore unborn babies’ right to life.