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Tens of Thousands of Patient Records Left Unsecured in Hodari’s Dilapidated Former
Flint, MI. Abortion Clinic
Pro-Life Leaders Make Shocking Discovery
Tens of thousands of medical records, many of them documents of women who had abortions, were left accessible and unsecured in the defunct Feminine Health Care abortion clinic, located at 2032 S. Saginaw Rd. in Flint, MI., owned by retired Michigan abortionist Abraham Alberto Hodari who once owned and operated five abortion clinics in Michigan.
This story begins on Sunday, March 15, 2015 when pro-life activist leader Lynn Mills, of Pro-Life Detroit, under what can only be described as an inspiration from God, decided to take a look at Hodari’s old vacant abortion center when she happened to be driving near Flint, MI.
After parking her car in the empty lot in front of the building whose entrances were boarded up, she walked to the left side of the run down structure and saw that a large opening had been cut in the chain link fence which already posed a security breach to the facility. Walking right though the large hole she notice a side door. She decided to tug on its handle and the door did something she never expected—it instantly opened! To her shock, Lynn was immediately confronted by stacks upon stacks of boxes that appeared to contain files of Hodari’s patient records. Many of the boxes were marked with the words “charts” and “records.” (see Lynn’s video of exactly what she saw and link to Channel 12 News at end of this memo)
Several boxes, completely visible through the door, were marked on the outside with the names of the locations of Hodari’s five Michigan clinics: the abbreviation “SFLD,” meaning his Lathrup Village clinic on Southfield Road, “Lansing,” “Macomb” (for his Sterling Heights clinic), “Downriver” (for his Southgate clinic), and “Livonia.” Manila folders were plainly visible though small slots in the boxes and appeared to be stored alphabetically as many boxes recorded a beginning and ending last name.
That same afternoon Lynn called your CPLS director and asked me to go back with her to the clinic to investigate the situation further. When we arrived it was nearly nightfall. Lynn tugged again on the handle of the same side door. This time however it was mysteriously locked. We thought it had just been a goofy unexplained fluke as to why this door that led to the back of the old abortion center had not been locked earlier that day but was certainly locked now. The records containing sensitive information about women who had had abortions appeared to be safe and secure.
That was until we walked around the back of the building. There we saw the large gaping hole in the garage door, large enough for a grown man to easily gain entry to the building. Lynn aimed her flash light into the hole and there sitting in this large back room were
the stacks and stacks of medical records from Hodari’s clinics that Lynn had seen earlier that day. We also discovered another sizable hole on the right side of the building by which someone could enter the premises.
Perhaps I do not have to impress on the reader the enormity of this situation both morally and legally. Lynn and I discovered the documents of death—the documents of a notorious abortion practitioner who piled up stacks of private medical records in a building that was neglected, falling apart and, left unmonitored for vandalism and vagrancy – a completely open building where medical records of women who had had abortions were vulnerable, subject to possible theft and violation of confidentiality, contrary to Michigan State law on the proper retention of medical records.
Not only this—but the building contained other boxes of medical records separate from the large mountain of stacks, while hundreds of records were simply strewn all over the floor, some rotting from exposure to water and freezing temperatures. In addition, the building contained at least two large piles of syringes with sharps that had simply been dumped on the abandoned clinic floor.
Lynn and I immediately went to the Flint Police Department that Sunday night only to be told that there was no squad available to send out to the clinic and that we should file a police report on the department’s website.
We decided that perhaps the Genesee County Sheriff’s Department would initiate an investigation and traveled back to Flint and spoke to a kindly deputy the next day but he seemed confused as to whether his department had jurisdiction over the problem and bounced us back to the Flint police who told us to talk to the Genesee County prosecutor’s office who told us to go back and get the Flint police to take a report.
In the meantime we went back to Feminine Health Care to meet with a Flint Journal reporter. Before the reporter arrived, Lynn and I wanted to see if the hole in the garage door was perhaps now boarded up. It wasn’t. However Lynn looked though the large portal and to her amazement saw that all of the boxes of records were gone! They had been removed!
But our photographic evidence is still enough to prove that indeed those medical records had been left vulnerable to a breach of confidentiality and too there were still other boxes of medical records in the building, medical records scattered all over the floor and those piles of dangerous syringes with the sharps!
Why was the mountain of medical records gone now? Lynn found out that indeed Hodari had just sold the building for a paltry $25,000 and the new owners required that no less that 573 boxes (of records) be removed! And get this! The new owner may be a pastor looking to use the building for a church. Can you imagine using a place where thousands of innocent people were put to death as a location for worship? If this turns out to be true we will ask the congregation if they will erect a plaque or monument on the property for all to see so that what happened to the unborn who perished there will not be forgotten.
Lynn and I filed a report with the Flint Police and we will follow up to see what action, if any, will be taken. We also plan to take our documented evidence to the Michigan Attorney General and urge that Abraham Alberto Hodari be held responsible for dereliction in his responsibility to ensure the security of the medical records from his practice of abortion. Michigan State Law 333.16213 and 333.20175 governs the proper retention of medical records and states: “Records shall be maintained in such a manner to ensure their confidentiality and proper use and to ensure their accessibility and availability to each patient or his or her authorized representative.” Michigan Public Health Code 333.13811 governs the proper disposal of medical waste including medical sharps.
About the Experience Lynn Mills Says This:
When the door opened, I had the wind knocked out of me with what was before my eyes; and I remained breathless for days at this sight and the thought of it. I shouldn't have been shocked and surprised at anything the abortion industry does. Yet this is right up there as one of my most disturbing discoveries. The boxes spoke volumes at the magnitude and reach Hodari and his contract abortionist had to moms, dads and their babies.
For over two years now I've been trying to assist the State of Michigan with my investigative work regarding the abortionists and all that they touch. There is an active allegation being investigated by the state because of my reporting and research. I did realize what lay before me when I saw those boxes. I now know where Hodari put all of his the medical files when he told the State his address of record was Livonia.

My associates in investigations and I have been attempting to get the State to have the abortionists comply and be accountable for their patient/victims. In the last five years twelve abortion mills have closed in Michigan and every time one closes we seek public information from the State as to where the patient files and the left-over clinic drugs are stored. And every time we get the same answer, 'the doctors have a protocol to follow'. Obviously Hodari did not follow that protocol.
I must add my gratitude to Monica for responding to my call. Not only did God lead me there, he told me it was too big for me alone. And a thank you to Judy Climer, president of Flint RTL for her guidance through Flint and Genesee Co. politics.
A Unique and Bizarre Pro-life Experience
I have to say that this whole episode has been one of the most unique, even bizarre that I have had as the director of CPLS, and that’s saying a lot! I experienced a heavy sense of oppression being so close to the documents of death, being so close to this place of death and despair where certainly thousands of human beings were killed since the clinic’s opening in 1977. The silence, the shadows and the darkness seem to speak the sorrow of the place. Now in disrepair, the fencing rusted, bent and sagging, the parking lot full of weeds, trash and debris, including oddly, several frozen copies of the Encyclopedia Britannica piled up on the side of the building, a speed boat dumped in the back with scrub trees growing though its rotted floor, broken glass everywhere, broken furniture, broken ventilation and heating pipes dangling from the ceiling—and no where a window, not a single window in the whole dark place—as if no light could ever shine in a structure put to the service of lies and death.
The site so grim, dilapidated, neglected, and decayed now left to itself reveals at last its decadence and perversity.
On a wall in the large back room we saw two words spray painted in graffiti -- “HELP ME.” And so the silent canvas of this abandoned abortion clinic speaks the cry of the unwanted unborn, the women speak their desperation, and maybe even Hodari beckons to a Savior he cannot name. May redemption be his before passing from this world: “Help Me.”
Video Link: Boxes of Medical Records Left Unsecured at former Feminine Health Center abortion clinic.
Channel 12 ABC News:
One of the major fruits of this discovery are the hundreds of Face Book comments to the Channel 12 News Story—many of them from women who had abortions at the Flint clinic.

State Orders Detroit Area Abortion Clinic to Cease Operations in Emergency Shut Down
Attorney General Hearing Set to Investigate Botched Late-Term Abortion

The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) ordered the Women’s Center of Southfield, 28505 Southfield Rd., Lathrup Village, MI, owned by abortionist Jacob Kalo, to cease operations beginning Nov. 21, 2014 pending the outcome of an investigative hearing of the Attorney General’s Office scheduled for March 4, 2015. The clinic shut down was prompted by the official allegation of a botched 23 week-2nd trimester abortion that occurred in February 27-28, 2014. The woman suffered uterine perforation and hemorrhaging resulting in emergency hospital care—with serious physical and emotional consequences. The late-term abortion was a two-day procedure performed by Dr. Reginald Sharpe who is currently under investigation by the State of Michigan.

The Women’s Center of Southfield clinic is subject to yearly state inspections. Through investigative work by pro-life leader Lynn Mills and her team at Pro-life Detroit, it was discovered that the clinic failed no less than five inspections within ten months. “I have been communicating my concerns to the State of Michigan since February 2014 asking for swift action in regards to this location as well as Drs. Sharpe and Kalo. I am indebted to 40 Days for Life-Southfield for their observation of state inspector visits,” said Mills regarding her repeated complaints.

A State Health Care Surveyor of LARA conducted the annual inspection on Dec. 17, 2013. The clinic failed that inspection and all subsequent inspections:

April 24, 2014 Failed
June 17, 2014 Failed
July 24, 2014 Failed
Sept. 30, 2014 Failed
    Ambulance at Women’s Center,
Lathrup Village, Feb. 2014

The State permitted Women’s Center to operate while numerous violations remained unresolved that included the following unsafe and unsanitary conditions placing patient health at risk:

  • Up until July 2014 no Registered Nurse was on site. Women’s Center-Southfield/Kalo permitted at least two 2nd trimester abortions to be conducted without the required RN in attendance, one of these abortions was the February botch procedure.
  • The absence of hand hygiene protocol.
  • Dismembered fetal remains, following abortion procedures not inspected— resulting in danger of incomplete abortions left undetected.
  • Kalo requires patients to have their personal possessions in open basket in operating room — risking unsanitary contamination.
  • RN failed to verify medication drawn into syringe before handing medication to abortionist.
  • Medical staff failed to observe proper hand hygiene after removing gloves following washing of contaminated instruments.
  • Women Center medical assistant failed to properly draw tap water through re-used suction aspiration instruments tubing in a common bucket used for many patients.
  • Kalo failed to follow requirements related to patient signatures on ultra-sound acknowledgement consent forms.
  • Neither Kalo or clinic staff provided oral conversation or discussion with patients, regarding consent, risk or complications prior to the abortion procedures.
  • Kalo failed to let patients observe ultrasound images.
  • Kalo failed to have written transfer agreement with any local hospital for patients requiring Emergency Room care.
  • Women Center clinic failed to remove non-working Defibulator and Ventilator from abortion procedure room.

The Women’s Center-Southfield clinic was repeatedly in non-compliance with state regulations, thus operating a sub-standard medical facility that places women’s lives at risk. Moreover this clinic location has a history of violating patient rights and Michigan State law. We demand that:

  • The Women’s Center-Southfield be forced to shut down permanently.
  • The State of Michigan formally investigate Jacob Kalo’s four other abortion facilities.
  • The City of Lathrup Village immediately adopt the 20 Week Pain Capable Abortion Ban—a ban CPLS already proposed to the City Council this year that would not only protected unborn babies—but a ban that would have prevented the kind of botched February 2014 abortion that resulted in terrible personal pain and suffering for the baby’s mother.

Over the last 30 years the clinic site and its abortionists have been the subject of numerous civil suits filed by women who suffered complications from abortions. At least three women died from abortions performed at this location or by abortionists who worked for the clinic—namely ChevonWilliams, Regina Johnson and 15- year-old Tamiia Russell.

In 2008 Citizens for a Pro-Life Society discovered the remains of aborted babies in the trash dumpster located in the alley behind the clinic when owned by Alberto Hodari. In addition the group found extensive bio-hazard waste as well as over 200 in-tact patient records. The clinic was cited for violations of the state’s sanitation code by Michigan department of Environmental Quality. Oakland County District Attorney’s Office brought charges against Hodari for violating the rights of patients regarding the improper disposal of medical records and the clinic was also found to be in violation of patient rights and confidentiality under HIPAA federal regulations.

In 2008 twenty-three aborted babies
were discovered by CPLS in the
dumpster of the Woman Care
clinic, Lathrup Village, MI.
It’s Time to Close This Abortion Clinic!


Just when you thought you had seen everything—and just in time for the Christmas season it was discovered that the hideous Scotsdale abortion clinic in Detroit was actually advertizing its killing business in the Southland Center Shopping Mall in Taylor, MI—south of the city.

The large display poster-type ad was practically the first thing shoppers would see when they walked into the main entrance to the mall. And this ad was not even hiding the fact that Scotsdale was an abortion center. Notice the ad states “termination services.” Wow—how’s that for some Christmas cheer!

Members of Michigan Downriver Right to Life saw the ad and composed a letter of protest that was sent to the mall’s General Manager Beth Isola. The letter appeared to be ignored—as no one who signed it received any kind of acknowledgement.

Your CPLS director decided it was time to call the General Manager and insist that the ad be removed. I left a voicemail for Isola on Monday, Dec. 1st. That very evening I received a call from the central office of Rouse Properties in New York, the company that owns the mall. It was a man named Jason who headed up the Public Relations and Communications Dept. He said that they were aware of my voicemail to Isola and were now looking into “changing the language” on the ad.

I said “NO. That is not sufficient. This is an abortion clinic and the whole ad needs to be removed.” I told him that hundreds of people, if not thousands were set to boycott the mall—during the Christmas season no less—and that public protests were planned.”

That seemed to get his attention.

Since Monday Dec. 1st dozens of phone calls of complaint went to the general manager’s office and indeed CPLS was already planning a protest for Saturday, Dec. 6th in the mall right at the kiosk where the ad was displayed.

We also checked to see if maybe the Scotsdale ad was showing up at other area malls. And it wasn’t—thank God.

Mike Currin of Downriver Right to Life, one of the signers of the letter sent to Isola, also followed up with a phone call to her office on Tuesday asking for a response. Undoubtedly many calls like this one were having an impact. On Thursday Mike decided to see if the ad was still up. And what do you know—it wasn’t there! It seemed to suddenly disappear. It was gone—removed! And it wasn’t anywhere else in the mall either!

This prompted your CPLS director to get back in touch with Public Relations at Rouse Properties at their New York office. I wanted to see if any action had indeed been taken by them that would explain why the ad wasn’t there. I left voicemails for Jason and his assistant as well to get back to me. Within a matter of a few hours they did!

On Thursday evening I received a call from Jason’s assistant. She called to inform me that indeed Rouse Properties had the ad removed.

I asked her-- "Can you tell me why the they saw fit to remove it? She said "Because of the nature of the ad."

I asked her: Are you saying that the ad was a source of controversy for the mall?" She said "Yes."

This is a huge admission that indeed the AD (advertising for an abortion mill) was controversial and that our protest of it was the reason it is no longer there!

This is a lesson: PRO-LIFE ACTIVISM WORKS!











Making Sense of the Synod on the Family
October 20, 2014
A Critique of Cardinal Kasper’s
Latest Arguments
By Monica Migliorino Miller

The final report from the Synod is out. Those concerned about the hijacking of the faith in a heterodox direction can breathe a sigh of relief as the new report scraps language in the draft that appeared to approve of, or find “value” in, the homosexual “orientation” and also because it does not take up the issue of Holy Communion for the divorced and remarried. This proposal in the final version failed to gain the needed two thirds support of the bishops. This does not necessarily mean that this hugely troublesome proposal will simply be shelved in some dark closet of the Vatican. We must be prepared to provide well-reasoned arguments against what may be called the Cardinal Kasparian agenda. It’s not too early to put those arguments forward in anticipation of next year’s Ordinary Synod. This article responds to two recently articulated arguments in favor of admitting divorced and remarried Catholics to Holy Communion.

It is clear that Cardinal Walter Kasper, joined by a majority of German bishops and other European prelates, did all he could to facilitate this major pastoral change. While Kasper acknowledged there can be no change in Church doctrine on the indissolubility of sacramental marriage—there is no way of getting around the fact that were such a pastoral change ever to be made it would undermine Catholic teaching on marriage and legitimize adulterous unions contrary to the teachings of Christ.

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Last week abortion clinic worker Emily Letts posted on You Tube a video of her own abortion. It gained over a million hits and a ton of reaction! Letts tells us that her purpose for having her abortion filmed was to show that there is such a thing as “a positive abortion story.”



Nationally known pro-life leader Jill Stanek featured the CPLS discussion
on how to evaluate effective abortion victim photos (reprinted below)
on her website blog--you may see it at:
and feel free to join the discussion there.

It is important for the pro-life movement to begin to think about
the effective use of abortion victim photos. As someone who has
spent countless hours photographing the victims of abortion,
I offer this critique for your consideration.
Your feedback is welcome in the Com Box at the above link.


An Analysis of the
Effective Use of Abortion Victim Photos

by Monica Migliorino Miller

Nationally known, veteran pro-life leader Monica Migliorino Miller, director of Citizens for a Pro-Life Society urges the Pro-life Movement to reconsider and re-evaluate the necessary role that abortion victim photos (AVPs) play in bringing about an end to legalized abortion and establishing respect for human life.

Many of Miller’s ideas on this subject are available through her comprehensive article published September 2013 by New Oxford Review—available at http://www.newoxfordreview.org  for a mere $1.50 or by going to the homepage at: http://www.prolifesociety.org .

Miller is one of the few pro-lifers who has actually retrieved aborted babies from the trash and photographed their broken remains. See: http://imagesofabortion.com .

This blog highlights some of Miller’s important points with the goal of prompting discussion and new thinking on this important topic that continues to be hotly debated even within the ranks of the Pro-Life Movement.

  • “Graphic Images” or “Abortion Victim Photos”?
    No longer should pictures of aborted babies be referred to as “graphic images”. The movement should drop that term entirely. These images should be called “abortion victim photos” (AVPs for short) because that is what they are really all about and, moreover, not all photos of abortion victims, while disturbing, are necessarily graphic in nature. The term “abortion victim photos” is terminology that also advocates for the subject of the photos—as these are abortion victims—and not merely graphic images— words that give the instant impression that the subject matter is simply gruesome or repulsive which is not the point of the photos. Using the term AVPs aids the cause for the unborn, as the subjects of the photos are victims of injustice and the language we use should be aimed at helping others make that connection.
  • Life is Short – Use Better Abortion Photos
    While every photo of an abortion victim may be a true depiction of the abortion procedure and what happened to the unborn child, this does not mean that every photo is equal in terms of its effectiveness in raising awareness of the injustice of abortion. Pro-lifers need to begin to think more critically about the kinds of abortion victim photos they choose to display. Pro-lifers often tend to think that the bloodier photos are the more effective photos. This is not necessarily true.

    Whatever photos are selected, the subject of the photo, namely the abortion victim, should be easily recognized, the humanity of the unborn baby the central and immediate focus. Thus photos in which the blood and guts, visceral matter overwhelms, even submerges the abortion victim should be set aside in favor of photos in which the abused victim is easily recognized with whom the viewer can immediately identify—as opposed to emphasis on gruesome factors that are more likely to repel the viewer.

    We really want the viewer to see the abortion victim and not just a “graphic image” of an abortion. It should be realized that all that blood featured in some abortion victim photos is not the blood of the baby—it is the blood of the mother that attends the abortion procedure. Even for this reason the visceral material in the photo should be secondary to the actual abortion victim.

The 3 photos below are examples of AVPs in which the subject of the photo is overwhelmed by, immersed in blood matter and uterine tissue.


While photos 4, 5, 6 and 7 below are graphic, the aborted baby is clearly the focus of the image. Blood and other matter are secondary to the subject.

  • Not All Abortion Victim Photos are Graphic Images
    This is a distinction that is not in any way sufficiently appreciated especially by those in the Pro-Life Movement who oppose the use of AVPs— and who certainly reject their public display. We need to begin to appreciate that AVPs represent a spectrum from very graphic to much less graphic images. Given that such a distinction exists, those who oppose their use have very little foundation upon which to do so. Some images certainly and rightly demonstrate the violence of abortion in all its graphic horror—the shattered remnants of bodies torn apart. Other images however, while still obviously depicting abortion victims, are truly less graphic in nature. Thus perhaps we can begin to move these arguments along that
         1) AVPs, whether graphic or less so, are necessary to the success of the pro-life cause and
         2) Choosing less graphic images is an option and
         3) The use of AVPs is central to the pro-life cause and thus those who use AVPs
             are not the  fringe element of the Movement but mainstream pro-lifers.

    The photos below, while disturbing, are not overtly graphic—indeed some may not be graphic at all.
  • Responses to the Most Common Objections
  1. Children will see the AVPs The crisis of legalized abortion that has claimed the lives of 56 million innocent human beings requires that the truth be publicly exposed. The magnitude of the injustice overrides the possibility that children will see the pictures. It simply makes no sense to forego the public exposure of a national slaughter that has sent tens of millions of children to their deaths for the sake of sparing children who might see the photos and be affected by them. There is absolutely no proof that children who see such images suffer any lasting negative effects.
  2. Women who have had abortions will be disturbed by the AVPs The primary victims of abortion are the millions of unborn children who perish under the law in a violent death, in a nation that at least tolerates, and at worst advocates, such killing. Again the enormity of the injustice requires that the public be awakened to the slaughter. Furthermore there simply is no one-size-fits-all response of post-abortive women to such images. In addition we should consider how AVPs actually prevent women from getting abortions in the first place thus sparing them a life of grief and regret.
  3. Women who have had abortions will be disturbed by the AVPs The primary victims of abortion are the millions of unborn children who perish under the law in a violent death, in a nation that at least tolerates, and at worst advocates, such killing. Again the enormity of the injustice requires that the public be awakened to the slaughter. Furthermore there simply is no one-size-fits-all response of post-abortive women to such images. In addition we should consider how AVPs actually prevent women from getting abortions in the first place thus sparing them a life of grief and regret.



The use of graphic images of abortion victims in pro-life work has in more recent decades become a point of conflict and debate within the pro-life movement itself, especially the public display of such images. Monica Migliorino Miller’s recently published article is an unprecedented comprehensive examination of this issue. Published in the September 2013 New Oxford Review

The article it is now available on the NOR website for a limited time at: http://www.newoxfordreview.org/article.jsp?did=0913-miller
THE ARTICLE IS POSTED ON THIS SITE AT: http://www.prolifesociety.com/prolifesociety/pages/ArticlesAndPublications/norGraphicImages.pdf

The author has herself retrieved hundreds of aborted babies from trash containers and spent hundreds of hours photographing the bodies. Miller argues strongly that photos of abortion victims play a vital role in the efforts of the right-to-life movement to establish respect for the lives of the unborn and abolish the injustice of abortion. Among other areas of discussion Miller provides a history of the use of these images in the pro-life movement. However, she urges that the time has come for the movement to evaluate which photos of abortion victims are most effective. This means pro-lifers should be more critical and sophisticated in the selection of photos displayed in public, in literature and educational materials. She states: “Not all abortion victim photos are equal” and goes on to explain that it is a mistake that the “gorier and bloodier the image, the more effective it will be in depicting the injustice of abortion.”

Miller agrees that abortion victim photos will innately contain graphic elements, but argues that such aspects of the photos must be secondary to the subject of the abortion victims presented in the photos. To the viewer of a “graphic image” the abortion victim must be immediately recognizably human. Miller explains:

“Blood and extraneous uterine matter should not overwhelm the aborted baby in the photo. Indeed even a kind of mathematical ratio can be used to evaluate the usefulness of a graphic image. If the blood and gore is more than or even equal to the actual baby—such a photo should be set aside in favor of an image in which the actual human victim is primary. It is not only or primarily the violence of abortion that pro-lifers should display to the world, but the actual hidden and silent human victim of abortion will be the focus of the more effective images.” Miller continues:

“The viewer of the image of an aborted baby should be able to identify with the victim — not simply be shocked or repulsed by the blood-drenched image. The photo should provoke pathos, pity, sorrow, and a response to the injustice done to the baby, whose humanity is obvious in the midst of the tragedy and violence. To the majority of viewers whom pro-lifers are trying to reach, that first glance is the most important — indeed, it might not just be the first glance but the only glance — and thus its impact in drawing the viewer into the humanity of the victim cannot be squandered.”

Miller also urges that the pro-life movement drop the term “graphic images” when referring to photos of aborted babies. Many abortion photos—even effective ones are indeed extremely “graphic images”—but the term itself does not capture or encompass the essence of this type of photography. She states: “The movement needs to stop using that term. Instead we should refer to these pictures as “abortion victim photos” or “abortion victim photography.”

Distinctions exist between a graphic image that instantly repulses the viewer, an image with an appropriate proportion of extraneous graphic elements, and photos of abortion victims that certainly are disturbing, but in which the blood and gore is nearly absent. Miller’s article calls for a deeper appreciation for these distinctions and states: “Those who oppose the use of ‘graphic images’ need not necessarily oppose photos of abortion victims per se. Whatever side one may take in the debate, given that a difference exists between an excessively graphic image and an image of an abortion victim — between a repulsive image and a disturbing image— pro-lifers who object to the use of all abortion-victim photography should reexamine and move beyond that objection.”

Miller states: “There are many great pro-lifers who are dedicated to the display of abortion victim photos. What they do is essential to the movement. Their work should be supported and encouraged. I simply want to urge those of us on the front lines to look at abortion victim photos in a new way—to not be threatened or afraid to re-evaluate what we are doing and urge the selection of photos in which the tragic victim of abortion ‘however graphic’ is primary and obvious.”

The New Oxford Review Article covers the following topics:
  1. History of the use of these images in the pro-life movement
  2. Summary of the recent debate
  3. Responses to the objections as to their use
  4. Why we need to stop using the term “graphic images” and instead use the term “abortion victim photos”
  5. Why not all abortion images are equal in their effectiveness and how to judge a bad photo versus a good one
  6. The ethics of abortion victim photography
  7. When and where to use the photos


This 10 minute video shows close-up just some of the aborted babies who were buried in 1988—taken from the trash as they were left out on a loading dock at the Vital Med pathology lab in Northbrook, IL. Citizens for a Pro-life Society and the Pro-Life Action League retrieved over 5000 bodies from the Vital Med trash and provided these victims with humane burials. The babies in the video were buried by CPLS with 1200 others at Holy Cross Cemetery, Milwaukee, WI, Sept.10, 1988 ALL OF THIS IS CHRONICLED IN ABANDONED— THE UNTOLD STORY OF THE ABORTION WARS-- SEE LINK TO BOOK IN SIDE BAR


Pro-Lifers Mark Closing of East Dearborn Abortion Clinic

Photo: Section of crowd that gathered for a memorial service June 15th at the closed American Family Planning abortion clinic in East Dearborn, MI. The clinic, open for 20 years, closed April 12.

160 pro-lifers from the Detroit metro area gathered Saturday, June 15th in the parking lot of the American Family Planning abortion clinic to mark the clinic's closing and pay tribute to the thousands of unborn children aborted there in the clinic's 20 year history. The clinic shut its doors April 12th when it's owner Noon- Nahm Ann announced that he was retiring. However memorial service organizer Monica Migliorino Miller of Citizens for a Pro-Life Society was told by East Dearborn commercial properties inspector Keith Woodcock that Ann closed the clinic as a consequence of new Michigan State law that requires any clinic that performs 120 or more abortions per year to be license as an outpatient ambulatory surgical treatment center and upgrade their facility in compliance with the new safety regulations. The 73 year-old abortionist opted to shut his clinic instead.

Saturday's memorial service featured Protestant pastors as well as Father Aaron Depeyster of St. Sebastian Parish. Nationally known late-term abortion survivor Melissa Ohden addressed the crowd as well as two women who had been talked out of their scheduled abortions at the AFP clinic by members of Guadalupe Partners --a group that co-sponsored the event.

Photo: Two young girls are among those who gathered for a memorial service June 15th at the closed American Family Planning abortion clinic in East Dearborn, MI. The clinic, open for 20 years, closed April 12.

American Family Planning is one of 10 Michigan abortion clinics that has closed or been kept from opening in the past 18 months and the second clinic to close as a consequence of the new Michigan state law that was passed to insure women's safety after several Michigan abortion clinics were investigated by state agencies for improper or even illegal medical practices.

Photo: Melissa Ohden, nationally known abortion survivor, addresses crowd gathered for a memorial service June 15th at the closed American Family Planning abortion clinic in East Dearborn, MI. The clinic, open for 20 years, closed April 12.

Miller states: "We look forward to the day when every abortion clinic across the land will be closed, when every human life will be loved, accepted and honored-- when this culture of death will become a culture of life. Thousands of innocent human beings lost their lives at the AFP clinic--their silent voices call us to work for a culture of life--and to help all mothers everywhere so they will not be tempted to kill their unborn babies."

Photo: Chantell from Detroit listens to a speaker at the June 15th memorial service at the closed American Family Planning abortion clinic in East Dearborn, MI. The clinic, open for 20 years, closed April 12.
Photo: The door of the closed American Family Clinic--with flowers for the dead. The clinic is not being remodeled--and is expected to be put up for sale by its abortionist owner Noon-Nahm Ann. Photo: A participant at the CPLS memorial service at the closed American Family Planning abortion clinic in East Dearborn, MI marks the back door with an emblem of faith. Indeed, may the Blood of Christ triumph over all such places of death.

New -- Great Review of Abandoned

Monica Migliorino Miller’s Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars resists singular classification: It is equal parts memoir, documentary, and a history of her pro-life work. Her exposé hails from the front lines of the war on babies; it is packed with heart-wrenching drama that follows pro-life battles on the ground and in the courtroom. Miller is founder of Citizens for a Pro-Life Society and is associate professor of religious studies at Madonna University in Michigan. She is also one of a small group of intrepid souls who dumpster-dived to recover the destroyed bodies of abandoned, aborted babies, and arranged burials and funeral Masses for thousands of them.

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As of Saturday, March 2, 2013 the Women’s Advisory abortion center located at 27549 Six Mile Road, Livonia, MI. has closed its doors forever!


In addition—its sister clinic, Sharpe’s Family Planning,16738 East Warren in Detroit, is also NOW CLOSED and the building up for sale! Both clinics were owned and operated by abortionist, Reginald Sharpe.

Women's Advisory abortion clinic-- CLOSED--Livonia, MI. Sharpe's NOW CLOSED Detroit abortion clinic-- painted black!

The clinic closings were discovered by Livonia native and veteran pro-life activist Lynn Mills, who has focused much of her pro-life efforts at the Women’s Advisory clinic since it opened 31 years ago.


The Livonia Women’s Advisory clinic is the very same abortion center were in 2008 members of CPLS found the remains of aborted babies tossed in the clinic’s trash dumpster, as well excessive bio- hazard waste and patient records all in violation of Michigan State Statues and federal HIPAA law.

Leg of baby aborted March 2008 at the now closed Women's Advisory clinic, Livonia, MI. An eye of baby aborted April 2008 at the now closed Women's Advisory clinic, Livonia, MI.

The discovery of the closing of the Livonia clinic was made Saturday morning March 2nd when Lynn Mills and seven other pro-lifers were praying outside of the facility. Noticing very little activity at the usually busy clinic Lynn asked a friend to call the clinic and see if the clinic was taking any appointments. To the utter astonishment of the pro-lifers, the clinic staff member said over the phone that the clinic was “permanently closed.” The clinic staff member then referred the pro-lifer to another clinic address where an abortion could be obtained at Six Mile Road and Greenfield in Detroit.


This clinic is none other than the Summit Women’s Center—the same abortion clinic that hired notorious abortionist Robert Alexander after his house-of-horrors clinic in Muskegon, MI. was forcibly shut down by the local fire marshal due to its unsafe and unsanitary conditions. Apparently Summit adopts abortionists who have no other place to go. However, Summit, after a few months, decided not to employ Alexander’s services —possibly due to his negative reputation following the adverse publicity surrounding his Muskegon facility. But is Reginald Sharpe really any better?

Consider this:
In 2005 Sharpe’s medical license was suspended due to a 3rd trimester abortion at 27 weeks, an abortion performed in violation of Michigan state law that permits elective abortions “only” through the 24 week. The order of Summary Suspension charges Sharpe with “negligence, incompetence, and actions that constitute lack of good moral character.” The clinic informed the woman that she was “only” 23 weeks gestation.
Photo of abortionist Reginald Sharpe
at his Livonia clinic--
taken by Lynn Mills in 2009.

After the abortion the women experienced severe physical trauma. She delivered a dead baby at the clinic while Sharpe had already left to do abortions at his Detroit facility.


The late term abortion incident occurred Feb. 24-25, Sharpe’s license was suspended April 1st and his Livonia clinic mysteriously burnt four days later on April 5th. Sharpe seemed not to care that numerous patient records were blown all over the property. The abortion clinic was rebuilt and soon back in business. Proof of arson was never determined.


On January 11, 2008 at his Warren Avenue clinic in Detroit, Sharpe performed an abortion on a 26 year old woman, 15 weeks pregnant who later died of complications. The civil complaint filed against Sharpe states that he: “perforated [the woman’s] uterus, cut a uterine blood vessel, lacerated her intestines, and liver.” The woman experienced a series of seizures and heart attacks, had to have a total hysterectomy and a “neurological evaluation determined that she had massive swelling of the brain due to long periods of oxygen deprivation.” The woman died January 19th— eight days after the abortion began.


Also at his Detroit clinic, April 2, 2011 Sharpe performed an abortion on a woman whom he told “your pregnancy is barely visible.” It turns out that the woman had an ectopic pregnancy that Sharpe failed to diagnose. Fifteen days later the woman’s fallopian tube burst, causing the woman to pass out with pain, hit her head and fall on the bathroom floor. The bursting of a fallopian tube, due to an ectopic pregnancy is potentially fatal for the woman. The fallopian tube was subsequently removed. This is not the first time Sharpe failed to detect an ectopic pregnancy. When doing abortions at Renee Chelian’s Northland Family Clinic in Westland, MI. Sharpe failed to diagnose such a pregnancy which resulted in a March 2006 $50,000 settlement paid to the woman.


Back at his house-of-horrors in Livonia, August 5, 2011 Sharpe performed an abortion on a 23 year-year-old woman, 19 weeks pregnant. The woman complained that the procedure was extremely painful— “that it felt like he was stabbing her.” Sharpe called 911, the woman was taken to the nearest emergency room, where an ultra sound showed that the baby’s fetal head was left in her uterus. Exploratory surgery discovered the woman’s uterus was punctured at least seven times and that fetal parts were found outside of the uterine wall. The woman also suffered lacerations of the cervix and vaginal walls. The woman’s uterus needed to be removed, resulting in permanent sterility.


Civil suits filed against Sharpe for botched abortions may have led to his decision to file for bankruptcy last Oct.15, 2012. This means that women, victims of his abortion practice, will not see a single cent. All their cases were dismissed by the court 2 weeks after Sharpe filed for the bankruptcy.


In the days prior to Saturday, March 2nd Women’s Advisory in Livonia was up and running. On Saturday the clinic was dead. One of those praying at the clinic on Saturday with Lynn Mills noticed that the clinic’s front door was open—yet no one was in the building. Oddly the empty clinic was left unsecured. Police were called to the site and locked the clinic doors-- hopefully these clinic doors will remain forever locked against the killing of the innocent unborn, and the Sharpe clinics will be a sad, but ended chapter in Michigan abortion history.


Huge credit goes to Lynn Mills for her research in finding the lawsuits against Sharpe, the death certificate and Sharpe’s filing of bankruptcy – tedious research that took days to accomplish.

 The closing of these two abortion centers comes on the heels of the 2012 retirement of two Michigan abortionists, Enrique Gerbi and Alberto Hodari, one of the most notorious abortionists in America, along with the shut-down of Robert Alexander’s abortion clinic in Muskegon.

Livonia police show up at Women's Advisory on the day it closed
its doors, March 2, 2013-- to secure
strangely open front door.
God be praised and thanked.

Needless to say, pro-lifers rejoice in the closing of the latest Michigan abortion centers. A great—huge thank you goes out to all the faithful pro-lifers who ever prayed, sidewalk counseled, blocked the doors—pulled babies out of the clinic’s trash and were a witness to the sanctity of human life at the Reginald Sharpe death-centers. Pray that he will be converted.


A memorial service for all the unborn killed at the Women’s Advisory clinic in Livonia will take place in the coming weeks. So stay tuned!


The Newtown Slaughter: 
A Pro-Life Commentary

By Monica Migliorino Miller

On December 16, 2012, Barack Obama visited Newtown, Connecticut –scene of the slaughter of the Innocents—namely those 20 school children gunned down by a mad man. In the flash of an eye these precious children, with six adults, were gone in an unspeakable, unimaginable act of cruelty. Obama attended a religious memorial service at the Newtown public high school—a service drenched in prayers to God—notice the ACLU dared NOT raise a voice of protest. There Obama delivered a speech.

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What We Did in 2012

Here Are Some Highlights of What CPLS Accomplished in 2012

Citizens for a Pro-Life Society was very busy— even more busy than usual in the year 2012—working to end abortion and standing up for Religious Freedom! Here are just some highlights of our work:

  • This year CPLS STOPPED Planned Parenthood from opening it’s mega mill in Auburn Hills, MI. !
  • This year CPLS was the co-organizer of the three nationwide Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rallies!
  • AND THIS YEAR, the book , Abandoned—The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars, written by your CPLS director, was published! God be praised! Called “…the best book ever written on abortion.”

CPLS is one of the most vigorous and effective activist pro-life groups in the country—and we had an amazing year!

I hope that you will send us an end-of-the-year contribution. I HATE asking for donations—but financial support is needed for us to continue our life-saving work-- Your contribution is tax-deductible. Please send to:

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Please note—with a contribution of $50.00 or more—we will send you a copy of the book: Abandoned— The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars-- but we are truly grateful for any contribution you can make!

Year End Summary 2012

Planned Parenthood Stopped!

Protestor sends message at one of the dozens of
CPLS demonstations held at the PP Auburn Hills building.

In May 2012 CPLS rejoiced when, after an 18-month-long battle, we, successfull at last, kept Planned Parenthood of Mid-and South Michigan from opening their 17,000 square foot mega mill in Auburn Hills, MI. This was a non-stop, months-long effort that resulted in an enormous, nearly unprecedented pro-life victory, a victory in which PP was forced to put the building where it hoped to do abortions up for sale. Planned Parenthood CEO, Lori Lamerand, even signed a new deed restriction in which PP legally vowed NOT to ever perform abortion procedures of any kind at the Opdyke Road property! That document is worth framing in gold! As of right now, the building purchased by PP still sits dark and empty and remains up for sale.

Monica Miller, CPLS director, with Laura Langlois and Barb Yagley celebrating
the victory over PP-- The intended abortion clinic up for lease or sale!

The HHS Mandate Protested!

Three of the tens of thousands who attended the Stand Up rallies sending their message!

This year CPLS led nationwide opposition to the Health and Human Services Mandate – the Obama administration’s attack on religious liberty. CPLS teamed up with the Pro-Life Action League and was the national co-organizer of the largest and most publicly vocal and visible protests against the Mandate. This Mandate continues to be a dangerous threat to American first-amendment liberties as it forces religious institutions, under penalty of law, to facilitate contraception, sterilizations and abortion-inducing drugs in their employee health plans. It provides a so-called exemption that is so ridiculously narrow that even Jesus and the apostles would not qualify!

CPLS helped organize three huge nationwide rallies in over 200 cities with a total of 160,000 people participating! These rallies took place in March, June and October of 2012. These rallies were a huge financial and time-consuming commitment for CPLS. We vow to continue to be a public voice of opposition to this Mandate as we head into the year 2013.

Monica M.Miller, CPLS director, leading June 2012 Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally

Abandoned Published! A Narrative of the Abortion Wars

Citizens for a Prolife Society's Director, Monica Miller, wants to thank Saint Benedict Press for the publication of her book: Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars. "It is my great hope and prayer that the publishing of this work will help bring an end to the slaughter of the unborn. The book was a 12 year project for CPLS. That the book came out this year made 2012 especially meaningful."

"Most importantly, as this year comes to an end with the re-election of a rabidly pro-abortion president, and as we face the 40 anniversary of the Roe versus Wade decision, I ask for your prayers. Please pray for us at CPLS and let us all recommit ourselves to pray and work to end abortion. No matter what the obstacles may be, we must never give up this fight for Life."

May the Christ Child, who lived under the heart of Mary, and was born in a stable, bless your Christmas with His Light.


A new book by Monica Miller, Ph.D
tells the story of a life fighting abortion

Reviewed by Mark Sullivan (Catholic World Report: December 4, 2012)

“The time may come when we date the beginning of the collapse of the Soviet system from the appearance of Gulag,”wrote a German reviewer of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s masterpiece, The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956: An Experiment in Literary Investigation. It may sound crazy, but the time may also come when we date the end of legalized abortion in the United States from the publication of Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars by Monica Migliorino Miller (Saint Benedict Press, 2012).

I recently began reading the abridged version of Gulag, and I was stuck by Solzhenitsyn’s descriptions of the injustice and the powerlessness of the people in communist Russia — in particular, by how fittingly his descriptions of the power structures of the Soviet system could be applied to the institutions that promote and protect legalized abortion in this country. I thought it would make an interesting story, so I requested a review copy of Abandoned. I thought it would make a good point of departure to talk about Solzhenitsyn.

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“People of Faith Cannot Comply with Your Unjust Mandate!”

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We Rallied For Religious Freedom --- What Does This Mean?

A Reflection on the October 20th Nationwide
Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally

By Monica Migliorino Miller, Ph.D.
Citizens for a Pro-life Society, Director
Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rallies, National Co-Chairman

As I write these words—the most important election in American history will take place in just two weeks—an election that will decide the very future of our nation and so much is at stake. For the first time since the pilgrims disembarked the May Flower the issue of religious liberty is something that voters must take into consideration when they discern for whom they will cast their vote on Nov. 6th. This is the time in which we live! Even with the election of Obama four short years ago (and for many it may seem like a lot longer) who would have predicted that religious liberty would be under attack through this president’s administration in the Health and Human Services Mandate? Even all those Catholics who voted for Obama—but for whom Obama’s support for legalized abortion should have been enough of a disincentive—never envisioned that this president would initiate and stand by a decree that so seriously compromises the consciences of people of faith. Now Catholics, Protestants, Jews, all people of faith, and indeed all people of good will have another serious issue with which to measure current candidates for office!

Obama announced the HHS mandate at the end of January 2012. The Stand Up for Religious Freedom nationwide rally, immediately in the wake of this announcement, became a reality, and it is still the only national public event that has voiced opposition to the HHS mandate—the only event that took this opposition to the streets and provided the absolutely essential public voice of protest to this unjust government intrusion into religious practice and ministry. While the turn out for the 3rd rally was not as high as the first two-- OK-- well-- let’s put some perspective into the October 20th head-count--

We need to keep in mind that it is very possible that holding the rally on a Saturday, rather than a Friday, actually contributed to lower attendance. Weekends are actually a time when families have other duties to which they must attended. October weather may have played its role and let’s also keep in mind that many of those who support these rallies and who would have attended the October 20th event were actually out working for the candidates that support religious freedom—which is exactly what we want!

This is the 3rd rally since the end of March! There is simply nothing that can compare to the national scope, success and influence of these rallies—after all, even the March for Life happens only once a year! That the Stand Up rally kept the momentum going since March means that the October rally was a huge success. October 20th rallies took place in 140 cities. This means that we have seen no less than a whopping 440 rallies for religious freedom in just 9 months with a total of 150,000 people participating literally all across America—coast to coast! This sort of public protest is unprecedented!

The October 20th rally attracted tens of thousands of participants—the vast majority of whom were new attendees! The October rally saw great speakers, great enthusiasm and more than respectable press coverage!

The following is all that needs to be said:-- no matter how many people come out, no matter whether speakers are mediocre or spectacular orators, no matter if media coverage is extensive or poor-- THESE RALLIES HAVE TO TAKE PLACE—AND IF OBAMA WINS THE ELECTION-- MORE AND MORE PUBLIC OPPOSITION MUST BE LAUNCHED!

These Stand Up rallies have raised up hundreds of new activist leaders—leaders with fire in their belly who have now cultivated significant organizational skills to take this movement into the future! New leaders have been raised up prepared for the fight! That alone is a huge success—and let’s not ever underestimate the importance of this dimension of what these rallies are all about!

The October rally is one of the most important ways that public awareness is kept alive concerning the threat of the HHS mandate—indeed, it may be argued that this rally was the primary way that attention has been kept on the injustice of the HHS mandate as our nation heads into the general election. It’s not just about the rally event itself but the post-rally videos, blogs, Face Book pages, Tweets, news articles and photos, still being generated, that extends the rally into the future and also keeps the issue of the threat to religious liberty alive in these final days before the election.

A great huge heartfelt thanks goes to all the dedicated rally captains. You are the engine that drive these rallies! Thank you to all the speakers who lent their time, talent and prestige to these events. Thanks to all the bishops and religious leaders who spoke at these rallies and gave their support for this public protest. And thanks to all those who came out and participated in this essential exercise of our American First Amendment right to freedom of speech and freedom of assembly.

Let us pray and work for the defense of that primary First Amendment right—the right to religious liberty—and for the graces needed to stand up for what we believe against all governmental attacks and persecution –even if it means jail—even if it means death.

God Bless You All!

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Obama-- "Gay Marriage" is NOT Marriage. Here’s Why.

By Monica Migliorino Miller, Ph.D.

As a pro-life leader, theologian, wife and mother I feel it is necessary for me to finally weigh-in on the issue of so-called “gay marriage” in light of Obama’s recently-declared support for same-sex so-called “marital” unions. This article is not a full-blown treatise on the subject. I intend here to provide a concise argument as to why same-sex sexual activity is not the moral, social, cultural equal to heterosexual marital unions—and thus should not be granted equal status in law. In addition, I will also explain who or what is to blame for the moral and intellectual break-down on the subject of marriage represented by the current advocacy for “gay marriage.”  MORE .....

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