With Nebraska-based late-term abortion practitioner LeRoy Carhart saying he will take the place of George Tiller to do the lions share of the controversial abortions in Kansas, the pro-life group that was a leading Tiller watchdog is putting together a new research project focused on Carhart.
Operation Rescue told LifeNews.com on Thursday that it is asking women who have had abortions at the hand of Carhart to contact it.
"We are conducting a research project and are encouraging women who are ready to share their stories about their abortion experiences with LeRoy Carhart to contact us as soon as possible," OR staffer Cheryl Sullenger told LifeNews.com. "Of course, all communications with us will be held in strictest confidence."
(Would that be convicted anti-abortion terrorist Cheryl Sullenger? The one whose name and phone number were found in the car of the person charged with Dr Tiller's murder? Yes.)
So, now 'research project' = 'hate campaign' > 'death threats' > more anti-abortion terrorism.