In a pro-life movement first, Operation Rescue uses crime scene technology on an empty Wichita abortion mill with shocking results.
Contact: Troy Newman, President, 316-841-1700; Cheryl Sullenger, Outreach & Media Coordinator, 316-516-3034; both of Operation Rescue
WICHITA, Ks., Aug. 7 /Christian Newswire/ -- Three members of Operation Rescue have become the first pro-lifers to use crime scene technology to conduct blood trace tests at a former abortion mill. Tested were rooms inside the former Central Women’s Services, which was recently purchased by Operation Rescue. The staff members who conducted the testing are saying that the results were stunning and disturbing.
The group decided to test certain surfaces inside the facility, which has remained unchanged since its purchase in June, 2006, after OR refused continuation of tenancy to the abortion business that had occupied that location for 23 years. A substance called luminol was used, which is a reagent that brightly glows in the dark when it comes in contact with even minute traces of human blood.
Brenna Sullenger sprayed the luminol in the areas to be tested while Keith Mason documented the results with a digital still camera and Cheryl Sullenger video-taped the testing and the results.
“The walls looked like there had been a chain saw massacre in there,” said Cheryl Sullenger. “We couldn’t believe our eyes. We were absolutely shocked.”
“It is no wonder abortion mills smell so nasty,” said Cheryl Sullenger. “The blood – and God knows what else – simply flies during an abortion and that stuff all soaks into the dry wall and gets tracked into the carpeting where it putrefies. There is no way to get rid of it aside from major demolition. From what we observed, there can be no such thing as a ‘safe, clean’ abortion clinic.”
Results in what has become known as the “Bone Crusher” room were even more pronounced. The “Bone Crusher” room is a tiny sink area off the clinic’s two abortion rooms that features a massive garbage disposal, a Sinkmaster 850, also known in the disposal industry as the “Bone Crusher 850.” Aborted baby remains were packed for shipment in that room and the sink was used to wash the abortion machine parts.
“It was a shop of horrors,” said Sullenger.
Operation Rescue plans extensive renovations to the abortion mill to make it into a memorial for the pre-born and an office suite for Operation Rescue.
For the full story, photos, and video clips go to www.operationrescue.org.