In a brochure entitled, "Caring for women with Kindness, Courtesy, Justice, Love & Respect for over 45 years," Dr. LeRoy Carhart explains that women who receive late-term abortions can help quell their consciences of the horrors involved with this grotesque procedure by sentimentalizing their dead babies.
"Many patients request a remembrance of their baby to take home with them," the flyer reads. "Once the process of healing has begun, you may want to consider a token of the precious time with (sic) you and your baby had together."
Women who receive late-term abortions from Carhart are offered the "opportunity" to view and hold their murdered babies after delivery, take home photographs of their corpses, and even receive tiny footprint impressions to hang on their walls or refrigerators. Carhart also offers assistance to women in making cremation and funeral arrangements for their dead babies.
There's even the option for women to obtain a "remembrance certificate" in memory of their late-term abortions. "Spiritual and ceremonial accommodations" are also part of the package that Carhart offers to his patients.
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BBC News was able to sit down with Carhart for an interview recently, and what he admitted about the nature of his "practice" might shock you. Unlike many other abortionists, Carhart admitted that he doesn't murder "fetuses" or "clumps of cells" for a living, but rather real human babies.
Speaking to BBC's Hilary Andersson as part of a half-hour report entitled America's Abortion War, Carhart admitted that he's been murdering unborn babies for more than 30 years. Late-term abortions don't at all phase him, he confessed, contending that unborn babies don't and shouldn't get a say in the matter.
"To the fetus, it makes no difference if it's born or not born," he told Andersson casually. "The baby has no input in this as far as I'm concerned."
Andersson responded in shock that Carhart would use the term baby to describe what's being aborted, seeing as how the abortion lobby insists that unborn babies aren't actually babies, but rather cellular tissue that many women find bothersome.
"I think that it is a baby, and I use [the word] with patients," Carhart was quick to interject.
"And you don't have a problem ... with ... killing a baby?" Andersson asked in response.
"I have no problem if it's in the mother's uterus," Carhart immediately retorted, not even skipping a beat.
Ripping unborn children limb from limb, even right before they would otherwise be delivered to term, is just another day in the office for Carhart, it turns out. Like many others in his profession, Carhart actually takes pride in committing these atrocities against innocent human life because, to him, he's a "medical professional" who can dehumanize the procedure, unlike the average peon.
"These are the forceps to grasp part of the fetus and to crush it and bring out," Carhart told Andersson as he showed her his various murdering tools. "You've got to remember that this baby has been dead for 48 hours," he added with a grin, shrugging. "It's not like we're crushing a living skull."
In related news, we recently reported that another abortion doctor by the name of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer, now deceased, was discovered to have been stockpiling the fetal remains of about 2,246 dead babies inside his home, perhaps also out of "remembrance."
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