Friday, June 19, 2020

Carhart Sent Two Women To Hospital From Bethesda In May 2020

When Leroy Carhart was butchering moms and babies in Germantown, sending at least eight of them to the hospital via ambulance, killing one of them (Jennifer Morbelli) I  quipped that perhaps the condo association should arrange for a private parking space in front of Carhart's location to accomodate the parade of ambulances.

He left Germantown and went into Wildwood Shopping Center in Bethesda.  It's a very convenient location for him, very close to the I495 and I270 interchanges.   A month after he opened (and his opening was illegal), an ambulance was seen outside of that office building, transporting yet another botched-abortion victim to the hospital.

In that last link, I asked a question about a hypothetical "ambulance 2".  It is hypothetical no longer.  Operation Rescue learned that in May 2020 (last month), there were two separate incidents where women were taken by ambulance to the hospital.  Mind you, these are the only ones of which we know.  We aren't there at all times so there might well have been more.

When I said "hospital", I meant Shady Grove in Rockville MD.  When he was in Germantown, it made sense for him to send his victims to Shady Grove, for that was the closest hospital for Germantown.  However, from the Wildwood area in Bethesda, Suburban Hospital is literally a few miles down the road.  Why didn't he send the women there?  There's more to that than meets the eye.

I'm also rather alarmed that the frequency of these incidents seems to be resuming old patterns.  Why?  I'm not even going to ask the question of how the locals can tolerate this literal bloodletting.  This is lower Montgomery County, a hotbed of progressivism and hostility to any sense of morality.   When we as a society can be so blase in the face of such crimes, I wonder why God hasn't sent plagues upon us more severe than covid and the riots?

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