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LifeNews.com Note: Cheryl Sullenger is a leader of Operation Rescue. File photo of premature baby at 23 weeks.
WASHINGTON, DC – Pierre Renelique was a Haitian-born man who received his medical education in that third-world country. He wasn’t a particularly good physician, not by American standards, anyway. Nevertheless, after immigrating to the U.S., Renelique found a home working as an abortionist in South Florida, in the summer of 2006.
Renelique split his time between at least two abortion facilities, one in North Miami, and one in Hialeah. Despite his lack of skill, Renelique was willing to do abortions late into pregnancy when maternal risks run high.
On July 19, 2006, 18-year old Sycloria Williams sought out Renelique’s services North Miami abortion clinic where he worked.
She was 23 weeks pregnant.
Renelique inserted laminaria, gave her a drug that would stimulate uterine contractions, and sent her home with instructions to return to A Gyn Diagnostics in Hialeah the following morning when he would complete her abortion. ….