CPLS members searched the trash dumpsters of the Womans Choice abortion
clinics--in Lansing and Saginaw, Michigan over a series of weekends from March
through May 2010.
CPLS discovered extensive medical waste and dozens of patient records.
CPLS spent literally hours painstakingly photographing the 17 abortion victims
found in the Womans Choice, Lansing, MI dumpster. These are the most compelling,
poignant and effective photos of abortion victims you are likely to ever see.
CPLS participated in several meetings with representatives from the Michigan
Attorney General's office, Eaton County and Saginaw County Sheriffs departments,
detectives, Eaton County prosecutors-- to bring charges against Womans Choice
clinics. The AG's office is still working on this case.
CPLS video-taped the dumpster searches, the remains of the abortion victims and
made these searches available on You Tube.
CPLS helped organize a very well attended press conference that exposed the
Womans Choice abortion clinic atrocities---and called for charges to be filed
against the clinic for its violation of Michigan law.
CPLS organized the Sept. 3rd grave marker dedication ceremony for the babies we
took out of the trash in 2008--retrieved from the dumpster of the Alberto Hodari
abortion mill in Lathrup Village, MI. Archbishop of Detroit, Allen Vigneron
officiated. 150 people attended.
CPLS organized the October 30th prayer vigil, led by Archbishop Vigneron, at the
Clarkston, MI abortion clinic-- 450 people attended.
CPLS was a principal organizer of the November 20th funeral services for the17
babies retrieved from the trash by Chris Veneklase. The Mass was celebrated by
Lansing bishop Earl Boyea. 1000 people attended. This was the largest burial of
abortion victims since the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. Following the Mass, the
babies were laid to rest at St. Joseph's Cemetery.
Now we are in the midst of a great battle to stop Planned Parenthood from
opening its death center in Auburn Hills. To date CPLS is responsible for
getting 250 people to the Dec. 6th Auburn Hills city council meeting, organized
the first of many strategy sessions on Dec. 11, and the first of many public
demonstrations on Dec. 17th.