Dr. Neville Duncan, an abortionist who currently practices obstetrics and gynecology in Milwaukee, has spent time in jail for assaulting his wife, possessing drugs and refusing to pay child support.
Abortionist Neville Duncan was arrested on September 21, 1998 and charged with battery and possession of cocaine. The December 10, 1998 Milwaukee Sentinel reported that “Duncan was arrested after allegedly punching his wife in his car, then pinning her to the ground, and slapping her after she climbed out of the window of the vehicle, according to the criminal complaint. When he was arrested, according to the complaint, officers found crack cocaine in his pocket in a vial and a plastic bag.” He was found guilty and sentenced to 30 days in jail, and also served a 90-day prison sentence for civil contempt for refusing to pay child support to his previous wife.
Note: His current wife has been convicted of indecent exposure and threatening to shoot pro-life picketers.
References: “News Notes.” The Wanderer, December 24, 1998, page 7; “Abortionist Jailed for Wife Battery and Drug Possession.” Lifesite Daily News, January 15, 1999; “Wisconsin Abortion Practitioner Faces Battery, Drug Charges.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, December 10, 1998;
Steven Ertelt’s Pro-Life Infonet, December 11, 1998.
Lisa Sink. “Woman Who ‘Mooned’ Protestors Has History With Police.” Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, January 23, 1998; “Abortionist’s Wife “Moons” Protesters.” The Wanderer, January 29, 1998, page 3.
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