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Woman Care Abortion Clinic Charged with Improper Disposal of Patient Records.

Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office
Issues 12 Count Warrant.

On August 12, 2008 the Oakland County prosecutor issued a 12 count warrant against the Woman Care abortion clinic at 28505 Southfield Road in Lathrup Village for violating the Michigan State Statutes that regulate the disposal of medical records. The Woman Care abortion clinics are owned and operated by Alberto Hodari. The warrant was sworn on August 15th and Hodari and the Woman Care clinic will be arraigned on the charges September 3, 2008 at the 46th District Court in Southfield .


Nearly 200 patient records were discovered by members of Citizens for a Pro-life Society and other pro-lifers in February and March 2008 when they conducted an investigation of the trash dumpster behind Hodari’s Lathrup Village abortion clinic. On March 6th Monica Migliorino Miller, director of Citizens for a Pro-life Society, turned over all of the patient records retrieved from the trash to Serg. Vincent Lynch of the Lathrup Village Police Department.


Miller and other pro-lifers monitored the trash dumpster every weekend from Feb. 7 through March 2nd. In addition to numerous patient records which disclosed detailed personal information of patients at the Woman Care clinic—pro-lifers also discovered bio-hazard waste and the remains of aborted babies.


The bio-hazard waste included bloody suction gauze tubing used in abortions, blood drenched surgical paper, dozens of glass medicine vials, used syringes, IV bags with tubing and sharps, numerous condoms and condom wrappers probably used for ultra-sounds, bloody surgical gloves, and dozens of bloody suction canulas. (See You Tube video "Hodari Dumpster Scandal" )


The babies from the Hodari dumpster were buried by the Archdiocese of Detroit in a May 3rd ceremony at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Southfield.


The 12 count warrant charging Hodari and Woman Care clinics is the consequence of a 6 month-long investigation that began in March of this year. The 12 counts are on behalf of 12 actual women whose privacy rights were violated when Woman Care tossed patient records in the trash. However, the records actually reveal the names and personal information of dozens of women who obtained an abortion at the Southfield clinic.


Miller states: “We are glad that finally these charges against Hodari and the Woman Care clinic have been filed. We were confident all along that Hodari broke the law. The rights of all these women have been violated. What we found in the dumpster is a sign of absolute gross negligence on the part of this abortion practitioner and we hope that justice will be done now that Hodari and his clinic is being prosecuted.”

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Following is the complaint of the Oakland County
Prosecutor's Office against Woman Care Clinic:


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