Re: Maryland Abortion Doctors Charged With MurderJan 8th, 2012
Brigham provided abortions to five patients ranging from 18 to 33 weeks pregnant, according to a report by the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners.
The determination of whether those fetuses were "viable" could occur in court."
www.chicagotribune.com/news/s...,6693813.story (external - login to view)
There is no question that a 33 week fetus is viable, so there really isn't any debate as to whether there was murder.
Read more about this doctor:
articles.philly.com/2010-07-2...edical-license (external - login to view)
"Steven Chase Brigham, a physician whose medical license has been revoked, relinquished, or temporarily suspended in five states, is now facing regulatory and tax troubles that could jeopardize his chain of 15 abortion clinics.
...Brigham also has to deal with the IRS. In April, it placed $234,536 in liens against him for failing to pay payroll taxes from 2002 to 2006.
... In 1994, New York took his license, finding him guilty of "gross negligence" and "inexcusably bad judgment" involving two late-pregnancy abortions. The patients suffered life-threatening bleeding and required emergency hospital operations, public records show.
...In 1997, Brigham employed an obstetrician-gynecologist who was under suspension for, among other things, sexually molesting patients."