Last month, the remains of a 17-week-old aborted infant were found outside the Northeast Ohio Women’s Center (NEOWC) abortion facility located in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
According to Live Action News:
Created Equal reports that pro-life advocate Matthew Connolly decided to search the garbage outside the facility, only to discover the gruesome remains of an estimated 17-week-old preborn child (based on body part measurements) who had been brutally aborted. The child’s limbs were found torn apart, indicating that it suffered a dilation and evacuation (D&E) abortion.
This fall, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case relevant to this tragedy. Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization will debate the constitutionality of Mississippi’s law banning abortions after 15 weeks (four months). The latest research shows that by the end of the first trimester, if not before, preborn children can feel pain. Their hearts begin to beat three weeks after fertilization, and brain waves can be detected by the sixth week after fertilization.
At a press conference hosted by Ohio Right to Life, Right to Life of Northeast Ohio Executive Director Denise Leopold described how the child’s remains were wrapped in a blue, blood-stained surgical sheet, with various body parts distinctly visible.
Subsequent searches of the dumpster revealed numerous bio-hazard waste items, including soiled suction cannulas used in abortions, discarded prescription vials, urine cups, and various other bloody items. Additionally, the full names of 31 women were found, a possible HIPAA violation.
Unfortunately, the finding of this child is not an isolated incident, with many other unborn babies being found in multiple places after being aborted at late stages.