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Thousands of Women Hurt by Abortion Troubled that US Supreme Court Decision Leaves Dangerous Drug on the Market

Operation Outcry
June 17, 2024

SAN ANTONIO, Texas, June 17, 2024 /Christian Newswire/ -- Thousands of women hurt by abortion expressed outrage and sadness that the US Supreme Court ruled last week that dangerous abortion pills can remain on the market. The abortion pill case, filed by emergency room doctors, challenged the FDA’s reckless removal of protections for women and girls with access to this dangerous kill pill.

Women hurt by abortion are disappointed that the Supreme Court never ruled on the safety of the abortion pill when they dismissed the case on a legal technicality. All the lower court judges who considered the evidence found that the FDA acted illegally and increased the danger to women and girls by removing safety standards.

Here are just a few of the traumatic abortion pill accounts from the Women’s brief:

  • Abby Johnson: “I began to hemorrhage and pass clots. I dropped my child in the toilet, closed my eyes and flushed”; 
  • Kelly: “The bleeding and pain started almost immediately and it
    was intense. The pain lasted for two days and I felt like I was in full-blown labor.”
  • Courtney: “I felt like I aided in the murder of my child”;
  • Patricia: “Everything the doctor told me was a lie. I believed I was dying”;
  • C.: “My tiny baby was floating in the toilet bowl”;
  • Woman #9: “I bled so much that I passed out and ended up in the ER. My nine-week unborn child sits in my freezer, I’m trying to find the strength to bury her”;

Click here to read the amicus brief in the case on behalf of 2,734 Women Hurt by Abortion

The following women are available for interviews:

  • Mary Browning, JD, Operation Outcry legal advisor, represented thousands of women hurt by abortion across the country, many of whom jointly filed an amicus brief in this case.
  • Molly White, Texas State Director for Operation Outcry.
  • Kelly Lester, Outreach Director for And Then There Were None and ProLove Ministries.

Operation Outcry, OperationOutcry.org www.operationoutcry.org, a ministry of The Justice Foundation, provides resources for women (and men) to share how abortion has hurt them, with the goal of preventing further harm.

Media contact: Marisol Aguilar can arrange interviews with these testifying women. (210) 614-7157 or info@txjf.org.

SOURCE The Justice Foundation/Operation Outcry

CONTACT: Marisol Aguilar, 210-614-7157, info@txjf.org