Medical Waste Giant’s Collection of Aborted Babies from Last Abortion Facility in Mississippi Investigated
Jan 2nd, 2012 by admin
Campaign to Stop Stericycle (CSS) recently traveled to Mississippi in an effort to stop Stericycle, the nation’s leading medical waste company and premier service to the abortion industry, from collecting aborted babies and the tools used to kill them at the last remaining abortion facility in the state.
In partnership with the States of Refuge project, the campaign visited Jackson, Mississippi last month to investigate Stericycle’s service to Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which has been the only abortion provider in the state for several years. Statistics indicate that well over 2,000 babies are murdered annually at this location. Mississippi is one of five states that have one remaining abortion facility, and States of Refuge is working in concert with pro-life groups across the country to make these the first abortion-free states in the nation.
While conducting investigative work and observing Stericycle collecting boxes of abortion “waste” from Jackson Women’s Health Organization, CSS learned that the truck being used for the route was leased from an Idealease affiliate in Louisiana and maintained by another affiliate in Mississippi. The campaign sent letters to both affiliates to notify them that Stericycle was using the truck to service an abortionist. Click here to view photographs taken during the investigation that show Stericycle’s collection stop at the abortion facility, and here to watch video footage. CSS also noted that the truck transported the boxes from Jackson Women’s Health Organization to Stericycle’s processing plant in Canton.
Additionally, as it was discovered that Stericycle employees Gregory Bouldin and Travaris Grace take turns servicing the collection route that includes Jackson Women’s Health Organization, CSS left a note and a “Where Have All the Children Gone?” brochure at Bouldin’s home to urge him to stop servicing the abortion facility. Bouldin called the campaign later that evening in anger, but not about the plight of the unborn. Instead, he justified his actions because he was concerned about his bills and demanded $100,000, turning down an offer by the campaign to help him find a better job.
As a result of the campaign’s efforts, General Manager Eric Fite of Tri-State Trucks of Memphis, Tennessee, which owns Idealease of Jackson, assured CSS that his company will no longer provide maintenance on the vehicle. Fite stated that the company was not aware that Stericycle was using the truck to collect abortion “waste.”
Scott Schilling, the president of Idealease affiliate International Trucks of Acadiana (ITA), which is currently leasing the vehicle to the medical waste giant, kindly thanked the campaign for the letter and stated that he would look into the matter, but did not express any concern over Stericycle using his company’s truck to haul “waste” for abortionists.
Stericycle depends entirely upon leased trucks to service its collection routes, many of which include abortion facilities. Penske Truck Leasing, Inc. and Ryder System, Inc. have both stopped Stericycle from using their trucks to assist abortionists, and Idealease affiliates are also beginning to do their same. Recently, Ward Idealease and McCandless Idealease informed CSS that Stericycle will no longer be permitted to use their trucks to service the abortion industry.
Following its investigation, CSS contacted the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) regarding possible permit violations committed by Stericycle, and they have agreed to investigate the matter. The campaign will be contacting Governor Haley Barbour to notify him that many state-run institutions are utilizing the abortion collaborator, and to encourage him to recommend pro-life alternatives instead.
Without the help of Stericycle and businesses like it, the abortion industry would collapse. May the killing of preborn babies come to a swift end in the state of Mississippi and beyond.
A CALL TO ACTION:
Will you contact Idealease affiliate International Trucks of Acadiana (ITA) and urge them to not allow Stericycle to use their trucks to collect abortion “waste”? A simple phone call or email can make a big difference! Here’s how you can help right now:
1) Contact ITA President Scott Schilling at (800) 737-2931, Ext. 217 and/or email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell him to stop Stericycle from using his trucks to facilitate the disposal of aborted babies and the items used in killing them. Leave a message if no answer.
2) Contact ITA Owner Herb Schilling at (337) 289-1919 and/or email email@example.com and tell him that you are digusted that his trucks are being used by Stericycle to collect “waste” from an abortion facility. Leave a message if no answer.
Sample Text: I recently became aware that the medical waste company Stericycle is using your trucks to collect abortion “waste” from Jackson Women’s Health Organization in Mississippi. I am very grieved and sickened by this information and encourage you to not allow Stericycle to use your trucks for this purpose. Please do what is right and stop Stericycle from using your trucks to facilitate their disposal of aborted babies and the tools used to kill them.
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