ABORTION INDUSTRY IN MELBOURNE, FLORIDA
ROE V AWARE WOMAN
ROE V AWARE WOMAN
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06/22/04 - U.S. Supreme Court refuses to hear forced abortion case
04/19/04 - Forced abortion case at U.S. Supreme Court, case no. 03-1447.
01/30/04 - Federal Appeals Court refers to abortion patient as a "mother"
08/01/03 - Commentary: Content and view-point neutral FACE?
02/19/02 - Women's Right to Privacy Upheld By Supreme Court
12/11/01 - Women's Right to Privacy Assaulted By Abortion Industry
11/8/01 - U.S. SUPREME COURT ASKED TO REVIEW ABORTION PRIVACY
8/7/01 - "About FACE," a new PRI program
8/9/01 - Victim of forced abortion can remain anonymous
8/6/01 - Forced abortions now felonies
7/30/01 - Jane Roe II Wins About-FACE Suit
The abortion industry tumbles into its own pit.
7/30/01 - Testing the FACE law
7/12/01 - Rendezvous at Roach Motel
6/27/01 - Patricia Windle's anonymous patients
6/25/01 - Jane Roe II's 3/29/97 visit to Aware Woman
6/8/01 - 11th Circuit rules for Jane Roe II
allowing her to proceed with case while remaining anonymous.
4/16/01 - U. S. SUPREME COURT DENIES CERTIORARI BEFORE JUDGEMENT --
means Jane Roe,II will have to continue to wait (oral argument was 11/3/00) on 11th Circuit Court of Appeals to see if lower court ruling making her the first abortion patient in the history of the federal court system to be denied anonymity will stand.
4/4/01 - Jane Roe, II replies to briefs in opposition
and applauds the rare courage of Dr. Egherman in joining with her to request that the Supreme Court issue a writ of certiorari to review this case while Aware Woman cites a case in support of their position that involves a thirteen year old child who failed to insist on anonymity for the simple reason that she had been killed in an "assembly line" abortion.
3/20/01 - Aware Woman opposes petition
and encourages the court to violate the privacy of their own patient, Jane Roe, II. True colors are beginning to show. So much for being in business to help women and protect their privacy.
3/19/01 - Abortionist Egherman agrees to granting certiorari
on the anonymity issue. No abortion patient has ever been denied anonymity in the federal court system.
2/14/01 - Jane Roe, II goes to U.S. Supreme Court
Petition for writ of certiorari placed on docket of U.S. Supreme Court as No. 00-1301.
11/03/00 - Oral argument held in Jacksonville, Florida
4/11/00 - Jane Roe, II's reply brief filed with 11th Circuit
Jane Roe, II replies to appeallees principal briefs.
3/28/00 - Abortion industry reply briefs submitted:
1) Aware Woman's
2) Abortionist Egherman's
See how much the abortion industry cares for their maternal patients -- not much more than they care about unborn babies. Read how they defend against FACE charges. Do these arguments sound familiar?
2/28/00 - Jane Roe, II's principal appeal brief filed with 11th Circuit
Jane Roe, II appeals district court's decision that she could not proceed anonymously.
1/13/00 - Open season declared on pro-choice moms
MELBOURNE, FL - Thursday, January 13, 2000 -- The month of January has produced a double slam against pregnant mothers who choose to use abortion facilities.
7/9/99 - Complaint filed
MELBOURNE — A federal civil lawsuit, Jane Roe II v. Aware Woman, et al., was filed in U. S. District Court in Orlando on Friday, 7/9/99, against the Aware Woman abortion clinic, its owners, and abortionist William P. Eghermen for violations of the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) law. The Case Number is 99-850-CV-19-A.
Jane Roe II, an alias used in the lawsuit to protect the plaintiff's privacy, was the patient involved in the first of five emergency room visits from Aware Woman during the 17 month period starting March 29, 1997. These emergency transports were observed and documented by representatives of the Woman's Legal Action Coalition (WLAC). WLAC is a citizen-run group of watchdog volunteers dedicated to being advocates for the desperate women abused and damaged by the abortion industry.
WLAC offers help of all kinds to women abused by the abortion industry. Initial contact with Jane Roe II was made through her address provided by the Florida Department of Transportation based on her license plate number. Thank God for the Florida Public Records law, Chapter 119 of the Florida Statutes, that makes public records available to groups like WLAC. Without this open records law, these abortion complications, and associated violations of federal law, would have remained buried and these women would have just suffered in silence, not knowing how to complain. Many abuses remain buried around Florida where the watchful eyes of WLAC are not yet active.
Some people, especially abortion clinic owners and abortionists, are proposing to weaken the Florida Public Records Law. Jane Roe, II, and all who are truly concerned about the welfare of women, beg Gov. Jeb Bush and our lawmakers not to do that. For the sake of other Jane Roe's, keep public records open to the public.
Everyone knows the abortion procedure is harmful to the unborn child, but few people know how harmful it can be to the mother as well. WLAC wants to make sure that everyone knows.
Lawsuits from other abused women are pending.
Meredith Raney, Spokesman
Women's Legal Action Coalition
PO Box 362384, Melbourne, FL 32935
The lawsuit alleges that Aware Woman abortion clinic, its owners and abortionist William P. Egherman "violated the Federal Civil Rights Act, known as F.A.C.E., 18 U.S.C. §248, by preventing the egress of Plaintiff from the facility on March 29, 1997 when Defendants, and/or their employees, did unlawfully, "interfere with"[as defined by 18 U.S.C. §248(e)(2)], "intimidate"[as defined by 18 U.S.C. §248(e)(3)], and use "physical obstruction"[as defined by 18 U.S.C. §248(e)(4)] to restrain Plaintiff and render impassable her desired egress from said facility." CLICK HERE to read the entire Complaint.
STATE OF FLORIDA INVESTIGATION
A complaint was filed with the Agency for Health Care Administration about the Jane Roe II (an alias) incident on March 29, 1997. Jane Roe II suffered a perforated uterus and intestine at Aware Woman on that date. The result of that investigation was that Randolph P. Collette, Senior Attorney for Agency for Health Care Administration said, "Perforation of the uterus is a known and common complication of an abortion. Dr. Egherman acted timely and properly when he realized that the perforation might have occurred." AHCA did nothing. CLICK HERE to read about the entire investigation.
"Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness but rather expose them." Ephesians 5:11(NIV)
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