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Wednesday, July 5, 2006
Omaha abortion center closes
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Heaven rejoices as this killing center is closed and thousands of innocent lives shall be saved!!!

On June 30, 2006, an Omaha abortion clinic, the Women's Services P.C., finally closed. The building was bought by a local day care and shelter while the University of Nebraska Medical Center bought the land just behind it. The Child Saving Institute funds a substance abuse program and foster care facility, and it does not plan to do abortions there.

There is a chance that C.J. LaBenz, the abortion center's owner, may relocate elsewhere in Omaha, but that is unlikely. Local pro-life groups say it would be difficult to find someone willing to lease a building for abortions. If Women's Service P.C. does close for good, it will end 33 years of killing. Over 60,000 babies were murdered there - over 15% of the current population of Omaha.

The murdering there got national attention in 1979 when LaBenz ordered a nurse to leave a late-term baby weighing 2 pounds 9 ounces that was born during an abortion. The child was placed in the “dirty utility room” where the child cried until it died 2 1/2 hours later. THIS IS MURDER! Finally, let us pray that this center is closed for good!

In 2002, LaBenz struck sidewalk counselor Sharon McKee with his vehicle, stole her cell phone, and took $350. His charges were reduced to "desturbing the peace"! This man is following the father of lies, the devil himself. We must pray for the conversion of abortionists like him. Children die everyday at their hands in this genocide.

Nebraska now only has two abortion centers in the state, a killing center in Bellevue and one in Lincoln, the state capital.

Source: LifeNews

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