Late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart exposed in undercover sting

Live Action today released the fourth video in its Inhuman investigation. This time, two different undercover investigators – both pregnant, one at 22 weeks and one at 24 – went into LeRoy Carhart’s late-term abortion facility in Bellevue, Nebraska. Carhart is recorded joking and laughing about the process of tearing a human child apart in the womb, as well as relaying misleading information on his involvement in the death of Jennifer Morbelli this past February.

From the press release:

A twenty-six-week pregnant Live Action investigator inquires what will happen in the case of complications:

Woman: But if we run into trouble … for some reason, I’m not able to deliver, you’ll be able to get it out in pieces.

Dr. Carhart: We’d take it out…

Woman: What do you use to break it up? Just–

Dr. Carhart: A whole bunch of–

Woman: You’ve got a toolkit.

Dr. Carhart: A pickaxe, a drill bit, yeah (laughs).


Carhart tells the Live Action investigator that one of his patients died of complications in the pregnancy rather than from the abortion:

“We have had one woman die in the clinic, OK?… She was a lot farther along than you, but the coroner, it was reported to the coroner and everything, and they said, ‘yeah, she died again of complications with the pregnancy, but not from the abortion.’ Everything from the abortion went fine.”

In fact, as viewers can see in the video below, Morbelli died explicitly from complications of the abortion procedure.

For more information on Live Action’s undercover investigation into America’s late-term abortion facilities, visit the Inhuman website. For more on Carhart and his Nebraska abortion facility, see here.

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