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Operation Rescue, one of the leading pro-life Christian activist organizations announced through communications to media outlets such as the Paulding County Republican Examiner and its membership on Tuesday that over 5,000 documents have been uploaded to AbortionDocs.org, making the listing the largest online depository of abortion records.

The reference site lists every abortion clinic and every known abortionist in the U.S. for documenting abuses committed by what Operation Rescue calls, the “Abortion Cartel”. Operation Rescue said that they saw a need to assemble the raw documents related to abortion businesses in one searchable database and they created AbortionDocs.org in January 2012.

For those in the pro-life movement, Republicans, and Christians alike, AbortionDocs.org has been a "go-to" resource that has become the nation's largest online depository of public records related to abortion.

“AbortionDocs.org has already proved to be a valuable resource for the pro-life movement. It has been used by lawmakers to buttress new legislation and attorneys who are seeking documentation to support legal action, as well as pro-life activists who seek to understand their local abortion business better,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. “The vast number of documents that are now publicly available in an easy-to-search format has been a time saver for those doing research on abortion clinics.”

AbortionDocs.org said they intend to maintain the most up-to-date listing of abortion clinics available around the nation, with daily updates with new document uploads and facility status changes as needed.

The documents that can found at the site include license histories, health inspection deficiency reports, medical board disciplinary action, 911 records, autopsy reports, malpractice suits, criminal court records, depositions, videos, links to news articles, and other pertinent data and information.

They recently added new categories such as “Worst Offenders” listings that list abortionists with exceptionally troubled histories, a listing of recently closed abortion facilities, with the approximate dates of their closures, and a listing of abortionists who are not currently active or have quit the abortion business.

Consumers can also search the state they reside in to find the latest abortion clinics, abortion doctors, and data associated with those who perform abortions.

On May 23, 2014, the National Right-to-Life (NRL) organization reported that in Detroit, Michigan alone, one in three pregnancies are aborted. NRL stated that the Detroit News reported on the data for 2012 from the Michigan Department of Community Health that revealed that of the estimated 18,360 pregnancies, 5,693 ended in abortion, which amounted to 31 percent. In terms of translation into the abortion rate, the number of abortions per 1,000 women ages 15-44, Detroit’s rate was now 37.9 percent when in 2001, the abortion rate was 27.5 percent, an increase of 10.5 percent.

Newman said, “We are continuously seeking documents to add to the database, including photographs, videos, audio recordings, court records, board actions and anything else that can help shed light on what is really going on inside the Abortion Cartel."

“By exposing the truth through source documents about how common abortion abuses really are, we can make great strides toward ending abortion once and for all in our country… and we invite anyone with documentation related to abortion to send it to us at AbortionDocs1@gmail.com.”

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