Monday, September 27, 2010

An abortionist could be charged with murder in Maryland

Yes, you read that correctly.

Under Maryland law, abortionist Steven Chase Brigham, at the center of a huge Maryland-New Jersey abortion mill scandal, could possibly be charged with murder by Maryland authorities.

By now, you have probably heard about the botched abortion of an 18-year-old girl who had to be flown from the scene of the crime, in Elkton, to Johns Hopkins to repair the life-threatening injuries perpetrated on her at a secret Elkton late-term abortion clinic.

The Philadelphia Enquirer, the Baltimore Sun, the AP, Channel 13 and Fox News have already reported extensively on how the police raided the clinic and found the bodies of 35 late-term aborted babies in a chest freezer.

How abortionists Nicola Riley and George Shepard, Jr., had their licenses suspended by the Maryland Board of Physicians for their involvement with the abortion and the secret clinic.

How notorious abortionist Brigham was ordered by the Maryland board to cease and desist his illegal practice of medicine in Maryland, and how New Jersey has suspended his license and is continuing its investigation of him.

BUT THIS STORY IS FAR FROM OVER IN MARYLAND!

When the police got a search and seizure warrant to go into the Elkton clinic on August 18, they did so under a little-known section of Maryland law.

In Maryland, abortions can be done legally at any gestational age, up to full-term.

BUT, Maryland law also states that if an unborn baby is past viability (generally considered to be 24 weeks), and the baby’s life is taken in an illegal act, THE PERPETRATOR CAN BE PROSECUTED FOR MURDER OR MANSLAUGHTER.(Md. Criminal Law Code Ann. 2-103)

The Elkton police warrant was based on the suspicion that a murder had committed at the clinic. As the frightened abortionist Nicola Riley told a Maryland Physicians Board investigator, “The basis of the warrant [to raid the Elkton clinic] is murder. . . this affidavit that I’m looking at uses that word, ‘murder.’”

New Jersey investigators are hot on Brigham’s trail. The latest Philadelphia Enquirer story says, “Brigham falsified recovery room records to make his Elkton abortions appear to have been performed by Shepard or Walker, authorities allege.”

IN OTHER WORDS, BRIGHAM, WHO NEVER HAD A MEDICAL LICENSE IN MARYLAND, WAS ILLEGALLY COMMITTING THE ABORTIONS IN ELKTON, AND UNDER MARYLAND LAW, HE CAN BE PROSECUTED FOR MURDER!

We can’t let this mess get shoved under the rug, as so often happens in Maryland.

We need to contact the Cecil County State’s Attorney’s Office and demand that Brigham be charged with murder or manslaughter for the late-term abortions – some as late as 36 weeks – he allegedly committed in Maryland.

LET’S PUT ON THE PRESSURE!

Call, write or email:

Carrie Flaugher
State’s Attorney’s Office
Cecil County Courthouse
129 East Main Street, Room 210
Elkton, MD 21921

Cflaugher@ccgov.org

410-996-5337

Tell County State’s Attorney Flaugher that we demand ABORTIONIST BRIGHAM BE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE!

Long Live Christ Our King,


Jack Ames
Director
Defend Life
www.defendlife.org

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