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Douglas Karpen of Aaron's Women's Clinic Texas Ambulatory Surgical Center (Aaron's Women's Clinic)

Evidence is emerging of another abortion mill where illegal abortions are performed and where full-term babies are regularly born alive and brutally murdered. This one is run by Dr. Douglas Karpen, who appears to be a doctor in good standing with the state of Texas.

The Texas Department of State Health Services plan to investigate.

Three women have come forward to testify about what they witnessed there as workers.

Please be aware that the descriptions are very graphic and viewer discretion is highly advised:

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14 thoughts on “Meet Douglas Karpen: The New Kermit Gosnell”

  1. Adam Ford says:

    Thank you for using your platform to fight against the Reich.

  2. MarkO says:

    What shocks is not so much the vile details of babies being murdered (allow it is awful and debase) but I am blown over by the cool and calm way these women speak of these horrible things.
    Somehow we humans can arrive at a state of no emotion when seeing evil on a daily basis.

    1. David says:

      It’s scary, not just how calm they are, but how they have been trained to use language as a defense against unadulterated reality. I’m thankful they spoke out.

    2. David says:

      Moreover, I have to say, I wanted to turn this off from the beginning to end, but I forced myself to watch it. O God, have mercy, Lord!

      Aside from the crazy statements about murdering children, these have grave implications:

      “he wanted me on the phones because I was good at convincing patients to make appointments…”

      “he never would say things like, ‘hey, I ripped your cervix, you probably need to get that looked at’…”

      Pray, pray, pray.

    3. Rachael Starke says:

      I was struck by that also. One possible explanation could be that, in some traumatic situations, people sort of “disassociate” their emotions from what their describing. I did the same thing when I had a miscarriage. I literally imagined stepping outside of my mind and heart and talking as if what had happened had happened to a stranger, all because the pain to my heart was beyond imagining. I talked and looked just like these women did. I pray that they come to know Jesus so that they can give their horrific burdens to Him and be healed.

  3. AliceC says:

    Please continue to write on TGC how we can respond with gospel truth to the lies and the atrocities.

  4. I have the feeling that we’ll be seeing more of these cases as workers realize by virtue of the Gosnell case that the horrors they have been witnessing are illegal. I wouldn’t expect the media to be entirely forthcoming in presenting news of these cases, but after Gosnell we know that we can get some exposure on these cases…

    …just so long as people don’t get numb to it.

  5. David says:

    If you are part of killing an adult, a child – ANYONE but an infant, you are an accomplice to murder. They’re speaking up, so they are praised? They are as guilty as the doctor. They watched these murders take place. Their complete lack of emotion (croc tears, not buying) only makes me believe they are out for attention, nothing more. That, IF this even legit. This is a highly suspect video. There’s more behind this than their un-emotional recounting of murder. ‘Oh, remember when he did this…’? Should be a red flag.

  6. Juan Pedro says:

    What a horror. JT, may I humbly ask what your aim is in putting the doctor’s photograph online? I believe you have peaceful purposes, but some might misconstrue.

  7. Bud Brown says:

    I think it is a good idea to post this man’s face as it serves an important purpose; the children who were murdered (in some cases, butchered) were faceless and nameless. The entire pro-death/pro-choice argument has for too long been couched in abstract terms about “reproductive rights” (whatever they may be). This atrocity is a holocaust that involves real human beings. This photo is somewhat akin to Eisenhower’s forcing the citizens who lived near the Nazi death camps to march through the charnel houses so that none would later claim “it did not happen.”

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  9. David says:

    Justin, I too must add my voice to those who are wondering why you are willing to blog about this, but keep silent on the matter of child abuse within Sovereign Grace Ministries. I hope you will have the grace to publish this comment and respond.

  10. Brian says:

    Justin and TGC won’t comment on the SGM lawsuit because it is just “allegations” and yet don’t hesitate to weigh in on something that has yet to be investigated? Tell me why this is not a double standard?

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