The Killers Among Us..
by Mark Harrington
Martin Haskell—infamous for the popularization of the now-federally-banned partial birth abortion method—would have to close the doors of his Women's Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio were it not for the support given by Wright State Physicians. Ohio law requires that all ambulatory surgical facilities, including abortion centers, have a transfer agreement with a local hospital. If an ambulatory surgical facility does not have a hospital transfer agreement, the Ohio Department of Health will shut down that facility. Haskell has avoided that law by entering into a variance to the transfer agreement with WSP.
Created Equal is committed to putting pressure on Wright State University and the physicians who are enabling Martin Haskell to continue his grisly late-term abortion trade. This is just the beginning. Here's what I cautioned residents about earlier :
"Residents ought to be more concerned about the children being killed down the road at this Kettering abortion facility than they are their children seeing abortion. Outrage ought to be directed at those perpetrating the crime, not the ones trying to end it." - Mark Harrington, National Director, Created Equal
Created Equal's Killers Among Us campaign focus is on the relationship between Wright State Physicians (WSP) and abortionist Martin Haskell. Dayton's ABC affiliate aired an interview with me covering the postcards we've sent to neighbors of those enabling Haskell. Recently, our Truth Truck began rolling in Dayton to expose WSP's enabling of Haskell. And now we're bringing it home—delivering the truth to neighbors of the abortion enablers!
- Click here to read the letter from ODH denying Haskell's variance request
- Click here to watch ABC's coverage of our Killers Among Us campaign
TV Coverage: Exposing Enablers of Martin Haskell
Martin Haskell has 30 days! In a letter dated June 25, 2015, the Ohio Department of Health denied the variance request permitting notorious late-term abortionist Martin Haskell to keep open his Women's Med Center of Dayton abortion facility. He has 30 days to submit a new request or "the department may propose revocation of the facility's ambulatory surgical facility license."
This spring, we launched our Killers Among Us campaign targeted on this relationship between WSP and Haskell—driving mobile billboards throughout Dayton, OH and mailing postcards to neighbors of WSP members enabling Haskell. Created Equal's Killers Among Us campaign focused on the relationship between Wright State Physicians (WSP) and abortionist Martin Haskell. . And now we're bringing it home—delivering the truth to neighbors of the abortion enablers!
The postcards, personalized for each WSP member, are being delivered to communities surrounding the doctors' residences. They feature the name and photo of one of the physicians implicated in the relationship with Haskell next to the picture of an aborted baby. Neighbors of WSP members are thus both learning about the safety net given Haskell by the doctors and seeing the end result: dead children.
- Click here to see a sample postcard being delivered to neighbors of the enablers.
- Click here for photos of the mobile billboards.
Ohio law requires abortionists to have a transfer agreement with a local hospital. Haskell has been skirting this law through his relationship with Wright State Physicians (WSP) group.
The key reason Haskell's variance request was denied is that only two doctors are named on the contract as back-up physicians. He now has 30 days to find more to sign on in this role. It is therefore critical we apply pressure on members of WSP to prevent them from giving Haskell this safety net.
The timing could not be better. At exactly the same time that Haskell is looking for other doctors in the area to serve as back-up support, we are showing them all what will happen if they do.
Killers among us forfeit the right to live normal lives.