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By Diogenes (articles ) | Jan 29, 2005

Crime rears its head in lovely Lakewood, New Jersey.

Dr. Flavius Moses Thompson, owner of the Pleasant Women's Pavilion, has been charged with flushing medical waste down a toilet at his clinic.

The waste material in question was aborted babies. Don't be alarmed -- law enforcement is on the case.

In connection with the allegation, investigators are attempting to determine if the purity of the Metedeconk River may have been compromised.

Via Lifesite.

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  • Posted by: Zoromyster - Jan. 31, 2005 7:51 PM ET USA

    << In connection with the allegation, investigators are attempting to determine if the purity of the Metedeconk River may have been compromised. >> This is the type of situation that will lead to a "study" by the ladies at Wellsley on the ethical dilemma of wasting tax dollars -- that could go to educated preschoolers on the benefit of bisexuality -- to prosecute a criminal that has complete disregard for the environment. This is the stuff that leads to Nobel Prizes.

  • Posted by: Vincit omnia amor - Jan. 29, 2005 6:59 PM ET USA

    Truth really is StRanGeR then fiction! Might be noted that the earler arrest of his receptionist led to the abortionists' arrest. She was herself performing unlicensed abortions though she is only a phlebotomist. WHAT DOES A PHLEBOTOMIST DO? "Phlebotomists have responsibility to take blood without harming the patient..." [from a job discription ad].

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