Bleeding Woman at Indiana Planned Parenthood Spotlights Abortion Dangers

Just two days after the bombshell release of the first undercover video from the Center for Medical Progress exposing illegal activity at Planned Parenthood, an ambulance transported an abortion patient from a Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Bloomington, Indiana. Immediately upon learning of the incident, Operation Rescue began seeking public records related to the 911 call for help. That was July 16. Now – four months, 4-5 public records requests, and one big run-around later – Operation Rescue has received the 911 audio file of the 43-second call placed by a Planned Parenthood employee for a patient suffering an abortion related medical emergency. “We have a patient that needs to be transported to the hospital,” says a worker who identified herself as Patty Long, who is a 15-year employee of Planned Parenthood in Bloomington and serves as the clinic manager. “Okay, what’s the problem?” asks the dispatcher. “Uh, she’s bleeding,” replies Long. “Okay, uh – is it due to . . .?” The dispatcher’s voice trails off as if she does not want to mention the “a” word of abortion. “She was having a procedure,” Long responds. The woman was transported to a local hospital where she apparently received emergency treatment to halt the uncontrolled bleeding and potentially save her life. This scenario has played out over and over at Planned Parenthood abortion facilities across America – 26 times so far this year [2015] alone. The medical emergencies documented by Operation Rescue at Planned Parenthood and other abortion sites represent a small fraction of the actual number of botched abortions since not every woman is transported to the hospital...