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Published On: Mon, Mar 17th, 2014

Texas abortion doctor Douglas Karpen sued over botched abortion, accused of horrible practices

PRESS RELEASE: Abortionist Douglas Karpen who runs the Aaron Woman’s Clinic in Houston Texas is being sued by a former patient for a botched abortion. The patient claims she suffered a torn uterus, bleeding and extensive pain.  The law suit claims medical negligence on the part of Karpen.

According to reports, the suit claims “permanent injuries” were caused by abortionist Karpen and the patient “continues to suffer as a result of medical negligence.”  

The legal document says her injuries were discovered by another doctor who also found internal bleeding.

Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics responded to the news, “It’s not like this is anything new.  I mean this is the same guy that killed a fifteen-year-old girl named Denise Montoya while doing a “safe and legal” abortion on her.  The fact is, only the washouts, losers and moral degenerates of medicine end up working at abortion clinics and Karpen is no different.”

On May 3, 2013, Crutcher recorded an interview with three of Karpen’s former employees who claimed that babies were born alive and killed following abortions by Douglas Karpen.

 In that video, former employees also described the way that Karpen treated patients saying that if he injures a woman he never tells her.  “Never telling the woman hey I ripped your cervix you need to get that looked at,” one of the former workers stated. 

In addition former staff members say that Karpen would, “leave a patient on the table, 45 minutes with her legs open and a speculum inside her cervix as he went across to his office and had his sandwich.”

Crutcher points out that in addition to the former employees, Life Dynamics also conducted an interview with a former abortion patient, saying that it is “it’s almost incomprehensible what they did to her.”

Crutcher continues, “it’s almost mind-boggling to think that there are people in this world who argue that these abortion clinics are safe and legal for women to go to, and then you hear from the women who actually went to one and it’s incredible that these people get away with this lie.”

The second interview with a former abortion patient from Karpen’s clinic can be viewed here.

(This post was modified and edited for length by The Disptach from the original release)

photo Chris Darling from Portland via wikimedia

photo Chris Darling from Portland via wikimedia

 

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  1. “Texas Gosnell” sued for nearly killing woman in abortion as new details revealed says:

    […] have children due to the negligence of Douglas Karpen. Mark Crutcher, of Life Dynamics, adroitly sums up Karpen’s shoddy work, pointing out that his skill set is typical of those in his gruesome […]

  2. Russell Crawford says:

    The problem for pro lifers is that they must intentionally murder innocent babies in any effort to force the birth of a fetus. The fact this doctor made a single mistake is eclipsed by the fact that pro lifers choose to let babies die, children die and adults die, every day. Scientific Abortion Laws

    • Ray says:

      You “either/or” rationale makes no sense. Of course life begins to die after taking its first breathe, but that doesn’t mean a pro-life person ignores the rights of the “born life” – on the contrary, most charities and efforts to save lives have ties to churches or religious origins.

      Your assertion “pro life movement is intentionally letting innocent born life die” is just ridiculous.The fact that people die is not directly related to the efforts to save more of the unborn.

      In fact. it’s more likely that the aborted millions included individuals who could have cured cancer, reached out to save others etc…

      • Russell Crawford says:

        “You “either/or” rationale makes no sense.”

        It makes perfect sense. 1.8 are dying each second, if you spend a second saving a fetus, 1.8 born people die.

        ” Of course life begins to die after taking its first breathe, but that doesn’t mean a pro-life person ignores the rights of the “born life” – on the contrary, most charities and efforts to save lives have ties to churches or religious origins.”

        Every second you spend “saving a fetus” is a second you don’t spend saving an innocent baby or loved child. You make excuses, but your excuses let you continue to let babies die, that is all you accomplish.

        “Your assertion “pro life movement is intentionally letting innocent born life die” is just ridiculous.The fact that people die is not directly related to the efforts to save more of the unborn.”

        There is a direct relationship to your ability to save life and your choice to save life. If you choose to save fetuses, then you have not chosen to save innocent babies, and they die.

        “In fact. it’s more likely that the aborted millions included individuals who could have cured cancer, reached out to save others etc…”

        The born people you kill to save a potential life could just as easily cure cancer or save your life some other way in the future. But they can’t because you let them die.

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