Mainstream media tries to ignore the truth about the abortion industry uncovered by brave journalist nearly three decades ago

There are dark secrets lurking behind the closed doors of abortion clinics – secrets the mainstream media doesn’t want you to know. 

Planned Parenthood, the Abortion Lobby, and their friends in the media know if word gets out about what really happens behind those closed doors the cash flow is sure to become a mere trickle.

And that’s why the mainstream media continues to ignore the truth about the abortion industry uncovered by one brave journalist nearly three decades ago.

In a chilling exposé reminiscent of a horror movie, we delve into the disturbing history of a Florida abortion business, where greed and callousness led to untold suffering for countless women.

Back in 1989, award-winning reporter Deborah Sontag peeled back the facade of the Dadeland Family Planning abortion facility, revealing a nightmarish world of negligence and malpractice. 

But what’s truly chilling is how little has changed in the decades since.

Sontag’s investigation uncovered a litany of horrors at Dadeland, where profit trumped patient safety at every turn. 

Owned by Betty Eason and her family, the clinic was a den of incompetence and deceit, where patients were treated as little more than commodities.

“Abortion is a business,” wrote Sontag in the Miami Herald’s Tropic Magazine in 1989, laying bare the ugly truth behind the industry’s glossy facade. 

Behind closed doors, women were subjected to botched procedures, unsanitary conditions, and callous disregard for their well-being.

Dr. Robert Kast, one of the clinic’s abortionists, was implicated in a string of lawsuits stemming from his reckless practices. 

Patients suffered ruptured uteruses, perforated colons, and emergency hysterectomies – all in the name of profit.

But perhaps the most shocking revelation was the clinic’s refusal to call for help when patients’ lives hung in the balance. 

Sixteen-year-old Teresa R. was sent home after a routine procedure, only to return two months later hemorrhaging from a perforated uterus. 

The clinic callously turned away her desperate pleas for assistance, forcing her mother to rush her to the hospital herself.

Tragically, Teresa’s story was just one of many. 

Women like Ellen Lorena Williams paid the ultimate price for the clinic’s negligence, losing their lives to preventable complications. 

Yet, even in the face of mounting evidence of wrongdoing, the abortion industry remained silent, complicit in the harm done to women and preborn children.

But what’s perhaps most disturbing is how little attention these horrors receive in the media today. 

While Sontag’s exposé sent shockwaves through the nation, what would happen to a piece like that in today’s world? 

Today’s journalists turn a blind eye to the suffering inflicted by abortion clinics. 

Instead of holding them accountable, they parrot industry talking points and shield them from scrutiny.

It’s a chilling reminder of the power of silence – and the cost of complicity. 

As long as the mainstream media continues to turn a blind eye to the horrors of the abortion industry, women will continue to suffer at the hands of profit-driven clinics.

But there is hope on the horizon. 

As more brave voices speak out against the atrocities committed in the name of choice, we can hold the abortion industry accountable and demand justice for its victims. 

Together, we can shine a light on the darkest corners of the abortion industry and ensure that women receive the care and compassion they deserve.

Don’t let their voices be silenced. 

Stand up, speak out, and demand accountability for the victims of abortion clinic negligence. 

Their lives depend on it.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.