A new medical waste company has been hired by AbortionClinics.org (ACO), a late-term abortion facility located in Bethesda, Maryland, after two other companies cancelled contracts to pick up aborted baby remains there last month.
The new company, Bio-Haz Solutions, Inc., based in Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania, was first seen at ACO in early July making a pick-up of four large and apparently very heavy boxes.
ACO, which is owned and operated by the notorious late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart of Nebraska, is one of a handful of abortion facilities in the U.S. that openly abort babies through all nine months of pregnancy.
In fact, Carhart specializes in the extremely expensive multi-day abortions on nearly full-term babies and has been known to abort as many as a dozen such babies per week.
The driver of a Bio-Haz Solutions van was seen going into ACO with flat cardboard boxes and empty red plastic biohazard bags. He came out with two boxes at a time that were so full of aborted baby remains that the cardboard bowed out and crunched at the bottom.