Mark Harrington, National Director
Columbus, OH – Mar 30, 2016 – Notorious abortionist Martin Haskell has been on the run since failing to fulfill Ohio law requiring a transfer agreement with a local hospital. Now he is down to his final hearing to keep open the doors of his barbaric abortion practice in Kettering, OH. Haskell's last chance to appeal the denial of their request for a variance to the Ohio law will be held on Tuesday, April 26, at 10 AM at the Ohio Department of Health (246 N High St. in Columbus). The meeting is open to the public. We'll be there. Will you join us?
- See the Facebook event page.
- Watch Mark Harrington and Stand True's Bryan Kemper appeal to Martin Haskell's wife, Valerie Haskell, after a judge ordered Haskell to close another of his abortion facilities.
- Listen to podcasts of The Mark Harrington Show to hear Mark discuss abortion advocate efforts to stop our Killers Among Us campaign: 1. Ohio "Anti-Harassment" Bill Targets Created Equal; 2. Ohio Abortion Lobbyists, Politicians Want Us Arrested for Calling Abortionists "Murderers"
If Haskell's final appeal fails, the next step would be for the health department to revoke the center's ambulatory surgical facility license and issue a closure order.
Created Equal's Killers Among Us project has been instrumental in the effort to stop Martin Haskell and his abortion facility in Kettering, Ohio. Haskell had been skirting the transfer-agreement law through his relationship with Wright State Physicians (WSP) group. Last year, we focused our Killers Among Us campaign on this relationship between WSP and Haskell—driving mobile billboards throughout Dayton, OH and mailing postcards to neighbors of WSP members enabling Haskell.
Our efforts combined with local activists have had an impact, evidenced by Haskell's inability to get individual doctors or hospitals to support his practice, leaving him with neither a transfer agreement nor a substantive basis for a variance. Now, it appears he may be forced to close his doors.
Stay tuned. And join us next month at the Ohio Department of Health!