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Company involved in Mississippi abortion case ‘a danger’

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The U.S. Supreme Court soon will be hearing arguments in an abortion dispute out of Mississippi over a law limiting abortion after 15 weeks.

The dispute is being watched closely, and commented on constantly, because it is viewed as a legal challenge through which the court could overturn Roe v. Wade and hand abortion regulation back to the 50 states.

It is Diane Derzis who is the owner of Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the last remaining abortion business in Mississippi, who is challenging the state limit.

Operation Rescue, a pro-life organization that once bought a building that had contained an abortion business so that it could not reopen, said “mainstream” media activists have portrayed her, and her staff, as “brave people” working to preserve women’s rights.

“But are they? Hardly,” the report explained. “In the past, Derzis has been known as the ‘Abortion Queen’ for her efforts in Alabama to lobby the legislature for unregulated abortions. But she is also known for something else. Derzis presided over a Birmingham abortion facility that crossed the line of legality in 2012 and paid for it with the court-ordered closure of her now-defunct New Woman All Women (NWAW) abortion facility.”

The Operation Rescue research revealed that the crisis was precipitated when pro-life activists “filmed two ambulances pulling up to NWAW’s back door. The ambulances parked in the trash-strewn ba

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