GRAHAM – An on-going investigation into the transportation of out-of-state aborted fetal parts to be disposed of in North Carolina has many raising an eyebrow.
“An investigation out of Georgia has confirmed that the medical waste giant Stericycle is burning the bodies of aborted babies at its North Carolina incineration plant. The mounting evidence of the ongoing operation, which has been characterized as a “modern-day Auschwitz,” further documents the corporate collaboration in the systematic annihilation of unwanted children,” according to Christian News Network.
The investigation raises many questions. Looking into both North Carolina and Georgia laws, it is unclear why aborted parts are traveling across state lines to be incinerated. North Carolina law states that aborted fetal parts be disposed via cremation, incineration, or burial. The North Carolina incineration plant located in Graham, has turned out to be one of the largest disposal sites for aborted baby parts.Notice: The WPP_Query class has been deprecated since 5.0.0. Please use \WordPressPopularPosts\Query instead. in /www/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-popular-posts/src/deprecated.php on line 43
Interestingly, Georgia law requires the same method: “disposal of the aborted fetuses by cremation, interment, or other manner approved of by the commissioner of community health”.
Both states have an abortion restriction of 20 weeks into pregnancy. So, why are aborted babies traveling across state lines to be burned in North Carolina? Naturally, money seems to be the only answer. Where the problem becomes even harder to follow is the agreement between the abortion provider, A Preferred Women’s Health Clinic, and the biomedical waste company, Stericycle.
A Preferred Women’s Health Clinic has multiple clinics, including locations in Raleigh, Charlotte, Atlanta, and Augusta. According to Stericycle’s waste acceptance policy, “Stericycle CEO Charles Alutto claimed that the company does not accept aborted babies due to its long-held waste acceptance policy, which prohibits medical waste generators from including ‘complete human remains, including heads, full torsos and fetuses‘ in the boxes or containers for pickup.”
Yet, the company continues to visit A Preferred Women’s Health Clinic in Georgia to pick up ‘medical waste’ every six weeks. If they aren’t picking up fetal remains, what are they picking up? The company that picks up aborted fetuses at the NC locations is still under investigation – although, it stands to reason that Stericycle would be the provider.
Stericycle’s claim that they have no dealings with aborted fetal parts is questionable being that A Preferred Women’s Health Clinic facility manager Paula Clark and administrator Calla Hales stated that, “Stericycle does pick up all of their biomedical waste at one time about once a month.”
So, which one is it? Who is lying? Does Stericycle pick up aborted babies and burn them in Graham, NC? Why would the abortion clinics partial owner Calla Hales lie about their medical waste provider?
Stericycle’s track record hasn’t been so good. The company faced a $30,000 fine in 2015 for illegally disposing of aborted fetal parts in Texas to landfill. While the company claims they have no part in abortion disposal, owners of the clinic are singing a different tune. And let’s not forget that it was Stericycle that provided medical waste services for the infamous Gosnell abortion mill in Pennsylvania.
The investigation is far from over and First in Freedom Daily is digging deeper. We will update this report as more information is revealed.