2.18.2005

Scary Site of the Day: Sewage spill near abortion clinic yields body parts?

I didn't think so either. But it appears that one woman working at a nearby car dealership insists that she saw baby body parts mixed in with sewage when a sewage line broke in Houston. [Is it any surprise that this story is from Texas?]


"Whether it's legal or not, it's not right," Maribeth Smith said, as reported by click2houston.com. "This whole area is nothing but raw sewage and bloody pieces. There were little legs coming out from one side."

Smith said she took pictures of the body parts, but local health inspectors denied seeing them. Inspectors did report evidence of blood and human tissue, but nothing they would not expect in sewage.


What's worse is the title of the original story from the Houston TV station reporting the story: Human Tissue Found in Sewage Spill Near Abortion Clinic. Of course all the bells and whistles lead the story -- lady insists on seeing baby legs in sewage! Of course it came from the abortion clinic! Bloody pieces!

This car dealership employee, apparently also well schooled in the disposal of aborted fetuses at clinics, told the news station that "aborted fetuses are being flushed down the toilet." Yes. Of course they are!

After crazy-face's claims are relayed, Houston's Local 2 decided that... well... while they were at the scene they might as well talk to the fucking city health inspectors, who found no such thing at the site, confirmed the clinic's use of a medical waste service, and stated that what the woman saw (blood clots and, duh, human waste) would normally be found in raw sewage.

No baby legs, or other body parts, were found.



Tell me why this was a news story again? Oh. That's right. Because it happened in fucking Texas!

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at Friday, February 18, 2005 1:18:00 PM Blogger Dane meets Simone said...

God, I can't believe how pathetic people in Texas are. oh wait, yes i can!

And anyway, everybody knows that all the spare body parts are in garbage bags in NYC subways.

http://www.nydailynews.com/front/story/282179p-241707c.html

 

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