Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Orlando's own Dr. Josef Mengele is ready to open shop

Dear Citizens,
Robyn Shelton of the Orlando Sentinel called Pendergraft today to find out if they were indeed scheduling killings at Orlando Women's Center for next week. Marti MacKenzie (Pendergraft's PR spokeswoman) freely admitted that they ARE MAKING ABORTION APPOINTMENTS for next week because their attorneys have filed something asking for P's license to be released from suspension. Evidently they have utmost confidence that they will win this appeal in short order. I hope and pray to God that isn't true. I pray that the Health Department, the Agency for Health Care Administration and perhaps even the Florida Department of Law Enforcement have more than enough evidence to not only take away his license to practice medicine forever, but to convict James Scott Pendergraft of a thousand counts of manslaughter. I want to see justice for Little Mary and Baby Rowan and Carol Howard's daughter (who is permanently and seriously damaged from being delivered pre-maturely because of attempting to abort at OWC). I want to see justice for all the innocent children who were torn apart and dissected while their hearts were beating and all the infants who were delivered alive into Pendergraft's toilets.

Will you join me in this prayer?

Together for Life & Eternity,
Patte Smith
Sanctuary Ministries


ps Watch for Ms Shelton's article in tomorrow's Sentinel. Write into the paper and Ms Shelton with your thoughts and questions.

2 Comments:

At 2:20 PM, Blogger Mary Jo said...

It would be so tragic for this murderer to only be out of bu$ine$$ for a week or two. If his license is returned this soon, our government simply is not fulfilling their God-given role of punishing evil (Romans 13). The reality is, by God's law and the laws of the state of Florida, "Dr." Pendergraft should be serverely punished for his child slaughtering. May God be glorified, and may His will be done.

 
At 5:34 PM, Blogger groovsmyth said...

The Convict's Cry of *Persecution* I would say the benefit of the doubt in the court of public opinion lies in protecting women from the shoddy service that legal abortion is supposed to ensure. Virtual abortion-on-demand is quite a lenient stance. If this man can't even abide by the limited rules in place, he has got to be either one lazy or one arrogant human being.

When he continues scheduling abortion appointments for as early as next week, despite the gravity of the charges, it is not a stretch to deem him at least arrogant.

He even supplies evidence that enforcement has been lenient when he complains that the charges are old. Since when does safety have a statute of limitations. His attitude certainly ignores the spirit of any concern for safety, no matter what the time frame.

 

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