Abortionist Boyd Cooper performed a July 1979 abortion at 23 weeks at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. The 2-pound, 2-ounce infant boy gasped and attempted to breathe, but no efforts made to revive or help the little one, because he was so small and the parents wanted him dead.
So the little baby was placed in a utility room used as an infant morgue. Cooper instructed a nurse, “Leave the baby there â€” it will die.” The nurse testified that the infant was still gasping in the closet when she returned to work 12 hours later. Cooper then agreed to allow transfer to intensive care, where the infant died 4 days later.
To show the depths of denial the medical community will go to in order to protect abortionists, the infant’s death was ruled “accidental.”
Reference: Philadelphia Inquirer, August 2, 1981.
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