If you think that the baby-killing abortionist industry only kills babies, think again.
From One News Now:
Abortion patient dies, family sues
"A lawsuit has been filed against a troubled California abortionist in connection with the death of abortion patient.
In July 2009, 30-year-old Ying Chen suffered a heart attack and died from a reaction to local anesthesia in a strip mall clinic in San Gabriel -- a facility that was not equipped to handle emergency situations that might arise from an abortion, according to attorney Jeff Bell.
'It does not appear that this was a facility that was licensed or set up to do this type of procedure,' he reports. 'Therefore, it does not appear that they were capable of handling the complication that appears to have occurred.'
He also tells OneNewsNow the abortion clinic was not the only business operating there as it is also the location of an acupuncture clinic and a general practitioner.
Chen's death was originally ruled accidental, but the coroner's department changed that to homicide after medical board investigators provided more information. The abortionist in the case, Dr. Andrew Rutland, has denied wrongdoing and has called the victim's death an 'unpreventable complication to a local anesthetic.'
But it has been revealed that the California Medical Board is familiar with the abortionist, who admitted negligence in the death of a baby who died after a forceps delivery in 2002.
'His license was suspended and/or revoked [following that], and he applied to get his privileges back,' Bell explains. 'The medical board granted that request, and now this is what has happened.'
The attorney believes Zixiang Hu, Ying Chen's boyfriend, and her two-year-old daughter are entitled to collect damages. Meanwhile the medical board will hold a hearing in February to determine what further action should be taken against Rutland, which could include the permanent revocation of his medical license."