A Partnership in Horror: Fetuses Used as Research Tools in New Mexico

November 29, 2018
Source: fsspx.news

An abortion clinic in New Mexico has made a deal with the local State University to provide the corpses of certain fetuses so they can be used for dissection and research.

America is truly a country of contrast; while some States forbid abortion, others allow it right up until the end of pregnancy. 

In Albuquerque, for example, the Southwestern Women’s Options clinic, directed by Curtis Boyd, is known for practicing abortions on late-term fetuses.

The doctor, who is anything but shy of the press, invariably gives the cold answer: “Do I kill? Yes, I kill. I know it.” He could hardly be clearer.

In this spiral of horror, the establishment run by Curtis Boyd has made a deal with the University of New Mexico that “orders” and removes parts of the corpses of aborted fetuses for dissection and “research”: hearts, brains, lungs, feet, eyes, entire heads. It is all sold and purchased.

 The Lure of Money

And as horror often goes hand in hand with cynicism, a “repentant” former secretary for Curtis Boyd, Nina Whitten, admits that her boss trained her “in how to sell abortions over the telephone. The object was to hook the sale so that the girl wouldn’t get an abortion somewhere else, or adopt out her baby, or change her mind. We were doing it for the money.” 

Since the month of March 2018, Curtis Boyd has been placed under surveillance by the Medical Board after the death of a woman treated in his clinic, Keisha Marie Atkins.

Her mother even decided to sue Curtis Boyd last September. Despite the barbary of his acts, he insists and declares, “What I do is important.” And serious. Did this criminal in a white lab coat take the Hippocratic Oath?

Curtis Boyd