Former abortion clinic worker took drugs to cope

Nita Whitten, a former abortion clinic worker:

 “I took drugs to wake up in the morning. I took speed while I was at work. And I smoked marijuana, drank lots of alcohol. . . .  [T]his is the way that I coped with what I did. It was horrible to work there, and there was no good in it.”

Mary Meehan, “The Ex-Abortionists: Why They Quit,” Human Life Review 26:2–3 (Spring-Summer 2000), 19.

Whitten had to see babies like the one below torn to pieces every day. It’s not surprising she turned to substance abuse.

9 weeks – babies at this age are torn apart and dismembered by a powerful suction machine in an abortion
9 weeks – babies at this age are torn apart and dismembered by a powerful suction machine in an abortion
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Sarah Terzo is a writer for Live Action and a member of the board of The Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians and Consistent Life. She lives in NJ.

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