Thursday, June 20, 2013

Meet One Of Carhart's Deficiencies!

Last week I posted about the investigations of sixteen Maryland abortion mills by the State of Maryland.  Noting the 75% failure rate, I also commented on the multiple failures of the Germantown Reproductive Health Services, where Leroy Carhart murders late-term babies.  The second item of that list mentions that at least three individuals acting as nurses did not possess valid Maryland nursing licenses.  I believe we know the name of one of them.

Lindsey Creekmore has worked as a nurse for Leroy Carhart in both his Nebraska and Maryland facility.  As this Lifenews article states, action is being taken against her Nebraska license for allegedly administering incorrect dosages of sedatives to several patients (notice the first bullet of my post).  Operation Rescue has more details on her, citing her maiden name as Alejandro.  Here's another picture of Creekmore; please note the tattoos.

Here's the Maryland Board of Nursing website.  Click on that and to the left you'll see the link to "look up a licensee".  Search for Lindsey Creekmore, using any permutation of names.  You will not find her.  Yet she was working for Carhart in Germantown.  Here is a picture of her getting out of her car as she arrives at the Germantown facility; again note the tattoos.

The State of Maryland reports indicate that at least two other employees of Germantown Reproductive Health Services were not properly licensed.  I would think that not only is that flagrantly illegal, but also seriously in violation of liability insurance requirements and possibly condominium covenants.  Here's hoping and praying that one of these sets of chickens will come home to roost and that we'll see the hell hole known as Germantown Reproductive Health Services close its doors forever.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the great post, research and follow up!


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