Abortion clinic worker caught on video transporting dead babies in a passenger car to have them “recycled” by a waste truck
03/21/2018 / By Mike Adams / Comments
Abortion clinic worker caught on video transporting dead babies in a passenger car to have them “recycled” by a waste truck

As the truth about the horrors of the abortion industry continue to surface, we’re all learning more shocking revelations about how the bodies of dead babies are disposed by abortion clinics.

A pro-life group called Created Equal has acquired undercover video footage that appears to show an abortion clinic worker transporting dead babies in a passenger car, then transferring those dead bodies to a “Stericycle waste truck” for recycling / disposal. This is all reportedly a gross violation of state law.

Here’s the full story as reported by CreatedEqual.org:


Created Equal has uncovered ongoing illegal transportation and transaction of dead babies between Greenville Women’s Clinic, a South Carolina abortion facility, and Stericycle, America’s largest biological waste hauler. On three separate occasions, video was captured showing a representative of Greenville Women’s Clinic illegally transporting dead babies in a passenger car to a Stericycle waste truck at a local gas station.

After capturing the video (see all three videos here: June 21, 2107October 4, 2017October 18, 2017), Created Equal sent the footage to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHED). On March 6, in response to the violations, the SCDHED took official action against both Stericycle and Greenville Women’s Clinic. According to notices of alleged violations, five separate transactions between the two companies violated state law.


Specifically, nine regulations spelled out in R. 61-105 were broken by Greenville Women’s Clinic, including:

  • Illegally transferring and storing infectious waste (aborted babies).
  • Transferring waste at a non-designated transfer facility (gas station).
  • Not having a properly marked transfer vehicle and leak resistant cargo carrying containers.
  • Not being registered as a transporter of infectious waste.
  • Having no infectious waste management plan.

Strericycle was found in violation of five regulations including:

  • Illegally transferring and storing infectious waste (aborted babies).
  • Illegally transferring infectious waste from one vehicle to another at a non-designated transfer facility.
  • Illegally accepting infectious waste without a proper manifest.

An enforcement conference with Stericycle and Greenville Women’s Clinic has been scheduled for Thursday, March 22, 2018 at the office of the Bureau of Land Management in Columbia, SC.

Greenville Women’s Clinic has flouted the law before. In September 2017, they were found in violation of other regulations and issued enforcement actions.

As for Stericycle, they continue to enable the abortion industry and refuse to enforce their written medical waste protocol that prohibits the transportation and disposal of dead babies. Stericycle needs to dump the abortion cartel altogether or they will face continued public exposure.

Abortionists and their medical waste enablers are the dregs of society and medicine and, therefore, are often forced to conduct their nefarious activities in secret. We thank the SCDHEC for responding to the unlawful conduct of both Greenville Women’s Clinic and Stericycle. Further, we demand the SDHEC shut down both of these operations over these violations, not just give a slap on the wrist.

The bottom line is: Our informants are watching (and filming)! We will unceasingly expose the depraved activities of the abortion cartel until the day abortion is abolished.

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