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Philadelphia abortionist had room full of bottled fetus remains

Catholic World News - February 26, 2010

FBI and DEA agents who raided a Philadelphia abortionist’s office this week discovered floors stained with blood and a room full of bottled fetus remains.

“He left the door open,” recounted Malina Williams, who had an abortion without parental consent when she was 13. “I could see all the little babies in bottles filled with liquid, and I started crying.”

“He said he did research on them. He said, ‘Don't cry, don't feel bad. Everybody does this.’”

“He told me the morgue comes and gets the babies and burns them,” Williams added. “I asked him, ‘How do you do this? Doesn't it bother you?’”

“He said he tried not to think about it.”

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  • Posted by: - Feb. 28, 2010 3:06 PM ET USA

    When you make a deal to do the devil's work (such as having or participating in an abortion) then you may find yourself in the devil's workshop where sights, sounds and smells may be more than you thought you were bargaining for!

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