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Monday, August 25, 2003

Trial of Abortion Practitioner Shows the Motivations Behind Abortion.

From LifeSite News.

"Brian Finkel claims he is a spokesman 'for the little woman,' but that pales in comparison to his insatiable need for attention. He has become almost the only abortion practitioner willing to appear on national television shows.

Ron Fitzsimmons, director of the National Coalition of Abortion Providers and the man of 'I lied through my teeth' fame when it came to partial-birth abortions, confirms that Finkel is one of only a half-dozen abortionists nationwide he can tap at a moment's notice to appear on television.

Finkel says he does abortions because of the illegal ones he's seen, both in the U.S. and other countries where he lived while serving as an Air Force doctor. He saw women who would bleed and hurt for days from the procedures.

He also says he wants to 'help' women because, back in the mid 1980s, no doctor in the area would perform an abortion on his daughter despite it being legal.

Now Finkel is on trial for allegedly abusing the very women he says he is out to protect. However, it's not the first time he has been under scrutiny for abusing patients.
In 1984, the Board of Osteopathy reviewed case #516 which involved "alleged sexual misconduct during exam." The Board dismissed it in April 1985. In 1987, case #704 came before the board alleging fondling during examination.

After an informal interview in October 1987, that case was dismissed. Why? The executive director of the Board of Osteopathy at the time was the former president of Arizona Right to Choose."

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