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2021 Forward

Bloody abortion horrors found in dumpsters at Baton Rouge

and Shreveport abortion facilities


In the trash, the man found human flesh, bloody gowns, medical waste, and personal information from women

who had attended the two abortion facilities.

Tue Jul 13, 2021 - 11:00 am EST


By Cheryl Sullenger



The Delta Clinic of Baton Rouge, with the dumpster (circled) where illegal infectious medical waste was found.

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana, July 13, 2021 (Operation Rescue) – As was his normal routine, a homeless man scrounged the streets of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on the evening of April 8, 2021, looking for a promising dumpster where he might find some scraps of discarded food for his evening meal.

Lifting the lid on a dumpster behind a business on Colonial Drive, he began to sort through the freshly discarded bags of trash.

But instead of finding stale, discarded food, the bags of trash contained bloody gowns, napkins, plastic tubes, and other items that shocked and sickened him. 

The homeless man had stumbled on the dumpster behind the Delta Clinic for Women, one of the busiest abortion facilities in Louisiana.

The next morning, still distraught by what he found, the homeless man reached out to pro-life activists as they arrived outside the Delta Clinic for their daily vigil.


Bloody trash (above) from an abortion found by a homeless man at the Delta Clinic of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.


Check in sheet from the Delta Clinic of Baton Rouge showing the names of 13 women who

went to the facility for surgical abortions by Nsikan St. Martin. This constitutes HIPAA violations.

Richard Mahoney accompanied the man to the dumpster, where he photographed some of the discarded medical waste that was heavily contaminated with human blood.  Mahoney also photographed a sign-in sheet from the abortion facility that listed the first and last names of thirteen women who were scheduled for abortion procedures with Delta’s abortionist Nsikan St. Martin on April 6, 2021.


Hope Medical Group for Women, with the dumpster (circled) where human remains were found.

Later, Mahoney was contacted by that same homeless man who had wandered to Shreveport and – out of curiosity – checked the unsecured dumpster at the Hope Medical Group for Women on Kings Highway.  There, he found more bloody trash from abortions,

an illegally discarded sharps container filled with used needles, and names of women who had them.

But the homeless man made an even more disturbing discovery. 

On the bloody blue bed pads he had pulled from one of several illegally dumped biohazard bags, there were bits of human flesh.


Refuse from an abortion at the Hope Medical Group for Women with bits of human flesh circled.


Cups with women’s names found at Hope Medical Group for Women in Shreveport, Louisiana.


A Sharps container along with bags of biohazard infectious waste appeared to have been

illegally dumped at the Hope Medical Group for Women in Shreveport, Louisiana.

“It is clear that the human remains, bloody biohazard waste and the identities of women who visited the clinics represent criminal violations of medical infectious waste disposal laws and of HIPAA at both the Baton Rouge and Shreveport abortion facilities,” said Operation Rescue’s Troy Newman. 

While neither abortion facility will ever receive a “Good Housekeeping” award, the Delta Clinic has a particularly long history of botched abortions and health violations.  And that’s not to mention the sordid histories of the abortion clinic’s owner and some of their abortionists.  There is documentation to show that the Delta Clinic is a disreputable, slovenly, and dangerous abortion business that poses a danger to the public.

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Nsikan St. Martin, shown in her 2015 mug shot.

Nsikan St. Martin is a case in point.  She was arrested on November 1, 2015, during a domestic dispute with her live-in girlfriend. St. Martin had called police and demanded the other woman be removed from the house. In apparent retaliation, that woman informed the police of St. Martin’s drug possession. According to an arrest record posted online, when the police searched her bathroom, “Officers located suspected marijuana, pills identified as Alprazolam [Xanax] and Mepheylphenidate [Ritalin] and items used to smoke illegal narcotics. Also, several firearms were located in the bedroom.”

If that was not enough, a former patient posted a bombshell review in 2015 on an online medical site soon after St. Martin’s arrest. She indicated that St. Martin worked as a stripper in New Orleans on her weekends off.


St. Martin returned to work at the Delta Clinic in 2018.  A search of her current Louisiana medical license remarkably showed no record of disciplinary action.

The Delta Clinic is a recent repeat offender when it comes to illegally discarding infectious waste, along with other health and safety violations.

On August 3, 2020, after a full day of abortions, a construction company moved in to conduct renovations on the aging building.  Photographs provided to Operation Rescue by Richard Mahoney showed an open cardboard box with bloody contents like that found by the homeless man in the clinic’s dumpster in April 2021.


Mahoney has filed several complaints against the Delta Clinic when violations have been discovered over the years, but little – if anything – has been done to hold the Delta Clinic accountable.  This time, when he lodged his latest complaint, his frustration showed through.

“I am sadly reporting to you again, for the thousandth time, Delta Clinic of Baton Rouge’s newest violation of medical standards and law,” Mahoney wrote to Department of Health’s head of Regulatory Affairs Stephen Russo, and Carol Duchmann of the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners (LSBME).

He was notified by the LSBME that his complaint related to the April 8th incident was being processed, but so far, nothing has been done to correct the health hazards created by the Delta Clinic’s staff.

The Delta Clinic of Baton Rouge is owned by Leroy T. Brinkley.  If his name sounds familiar, perhaps it should.

Brinkley once owned two abortion facilities in Delaware that operated under the “Atlantic Women’s Services.”  Brinkley hired a Philadelphia abortionist named Kermit Gosnell, to work part time at his Wilmington abortion facility.  There, Gosnell would begin multi-day late term abortions, then refer those women to his West Philadelphia Women’s Medical Society where their abortions would be completed.

Brinkley had referred one of his former Delta Clinic employees, Eileen O’Neill, to Gosnell for work at his late-term abortion facility in Pennsylvania.  She had been employed as an abortionist at Delta from 1998 to roughly 2000, according to a Philadelphia grand jury report that resulted in the arrest of Gosnell, O’Neill, and seven others after police discovered horrific nature of Gosnell’s abortion business where two women had died and an estimated hundreds of viable late-term babies had been born alive only to be murdered by snipping their spinal cords with surgical scissors as they struggled for life.


O’Neill had told investigators in that case that she had quit her job at the Delta Clinic of Baton Rouge and relinquished her Louisiana medical license due to what she called “post-traumatic stress,” which speaks volumes about her time at Brinkley’s Delta Clinic.

Gosnell was convicted in 2013 of three counts of First-Degree Murder for the “snipping” deaths of three newborns, and hundreds of other abortion-related crimes.  He was sentenced in February 2014, to life in prison without the possibility of parole.  O’Neill appealed her conviction and was granted a new trial, but she reached an agreement that allowed her to avoid time in prison.

Brinkley’s two Delaware abortion facilities were shut down by the State for violations that included unlicensed abortionists, illegal late-term abortions, disappearing medical records, gross health violations, and aiding in the murder of newborns.

Yet, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the Delta Clinic continues to conduct business as usual without any apparent consequences for the actions of its staff.

At the Hope Medical Group for Women, things aren’t much better.

“The behavior at these abortion facilities is truly endangering the public health, yet no one in the Department of Health seems to be particularly concerned about it,” said Newman. “Perhaps if they heard from more people who want to see the laws of Louisiana enforced, it might help motivate them to take action. Both abortion facilities need to be shut down.”

Please contact the Louisiana Department of Health’s Stephen Russo and ask that his department investigate the Delta Clinic of Baton Rouge and the Hope Medical Center for Women in Shreveport for illegal dumping of infectious medical waste and other violations.

Stephen Russo
Louisiana Department of Health Director of Legal, Audit and Regulatory Affairs
Office: 225-342-1115

Reprinted with permission from Operation Rescue


Roe was overturned on Friday, June 24, 2022 by Dobbs v. Jackson

Read the Dobbs v. Jackson decision here

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June 28, 2022

Nsikan St Martin killed babies at the delta Death camp today June 28, 2022 while diabolically possessed perverts cheered her on.

I am asking Attorney General Jeff Landry to bring murder charges against her for doing illegal abortions in the State of Louisiana

after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade on June 24, 2022. Viva Cristo Rey!


June 29, 2022


Via Electronic Mail

Louisiana State Medical Society
Mr. Jeff Williams, Executive Vice President
5555 Hilton Avenue, Ste. 420
Baton Rouge, LA 70808

Mr. Williams:

I write to make clear the status of Louisiana’s statutes criminalizing abortion.

As you know, the United States Supreme Court recently held “the Constitution does not confer a right to abortion” and “does not prohibit the citizens of each State from regulating or prohibiting abortion.” Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, __ S. Ct. __, 2022 WL 2276808 (June 24, 2022). Accordingly, the Supreme Court “overrule[d]” Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973), and Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey, 505 U.S. 833 (1992).

On Monday, New York–based abortion activists obtained a temporary restraining order from a single judge in Orleans Parish purporting to enjoin statewide the enforcement of three criminal statutes regulating abortion. I believe the injunction has limited reach and the claims underlying that order are meritless.

The temporary restraining order does not – and cannot – immunize medical providers from liability from criminal conduct. Rather, the order merely prohibits the Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health and the Attorney General from enforcing or implementing certain statutes while the order is in effect. On that point, the Supreme Court’s opinion in Edgar v. MITE Corp., 457 U.S. 624 (1982), is illuminating. The Court found a live controversy where the State of Illinois threatened to enforce a criminal statute if a lower court injunction were reversed. Id. at 630. The Court thus implicitly rejected a dissenting argument that the preliminary injunction in that case “would have barred the [State] from seeking either civil or criminal penalties for violations” that occurred while the injunction was in effect. Id. at 655-64 (Marshall, J., dissenting); see also id. at 647-55 (Stephens, J., concurring in part).

Louisiana law is in accord. State laws are presumed constitutional, and the constitutionality of those laws cannot be addressed in a temporary restraining order or preliminary injunction. See, e.g., Women’s Health Clinic v. State, 2001-2645 (La. 11/9/01), 804 S.2d 625, 626. Similarly, Louisiana’s mistake of law defense only “shield[s] defendants who relied on constitutional pronouncements from the Supreme Court of the United States or the state supreme court … not those who relied on preliminary injunctions or rulings from trial or intermediate appellate courts.” Jonathan F. Mitchell, The Writ-of-Erasure Fallacy, 104 Va. L. Rev. 933, 994 (2018) (discussing La. R.S. 14:17).

I thus close with a word of caution: Louisiana medical providers should not fall prey to breathless media reports of injunctions. Subject to certain exceptions, abortion is a criminal offense in the State of Louisiana, and it has been since last Friday. It is incumbent on this office to advise you that any medical provider who would perform or has performed an elective abortion after the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs is jeopardizing his or her liberty and medical license. It is the intent of this office to see the laws and Constitution of the State of Louisiana are upheld. I trust you will disseminate this information to your members.

For Louisiana,
Jeff Landry
Attorney General

Read letter above as PDF here

Leroy T. Brinkley leaving Delta and Louisiana after nearly 50 years!

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After nearly 50 years of unbridled murder in Louisiana Leroy T. Brinkley left with his murder equipment yesterday morning from the Delta Death camp located on 756 Colonial Dr. Baton Rouge Louisiana.


It is estimated that over 50,000 babies were killed at the Colonial Murder Mill.  Brinkley operated numerous death camps during these 50 years. Death camps located on Jamestown, Bennington, Summa, Brookline, Tara & Goodwood, Colonial and three sites in New Orleans and now due to Our Lord Jesus Christ's mercy and the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe they are all closed.


Yesterday morning while we were praying at the Death Camp on Colonial for Brinkley to leave this state a moving van had arrived and while we were praying they loaded all the death instruments and tables from the death camp into the Truck. The drivers wouldn't talk to me but I asked Charles Carpenter who had just arrived to see if they would reveal where the truck was headed. Charles Carpenter asked the driver where he was taking the instruments, chairs and tables and the driver told him that Leroy T. Brinkley had a place in Wilmington Delaware and the truck was to deliver the cargo there. Later at 12 noon Louisiana Right to Life had a prayer rally with Fr. Todd Lloyd and Dr. Haywood Robinson in thanksgiving for the Delta closure.


Fr. Lloyd then did a exorcism and deliverance prayer over Delta so 7 more demons worse than the first wouldn't take hold at this concentration camp. I prayed earnestly for that past 6 months for God to reveal to me where Brinkley was heading to so I could warn those living in that state of his criminal and demonic activity as one of the chief mobster's of the abortion cartel. His traveling back to Delaware is ironic since he was complicit with convicted murderer Kermit Gosnell for snipping babies necks after they were born at his death camps in Delaware.


My understanding is that he made a plea bargain with the Attorney General in Delaware to leave the state to avoid prosecutions for these crimes.  I will alert the Delaware Attorney General and the Delaware Pro-Life Groups of Brinkley's actions and of his continued murder activity in Delaware. When Gosnell was being tried for murder in Pennsylvania the homicide unit and District Attorney from Philadelphia Pennsylvania called me to get information about Brinkley and his abortionists because no one from any governmental agency or law enforcement agency in Louisiana would give them any information.  I helped them with the prosecution and sent the information to the Delaware pro-life people to demand an investigation of Brinkley and his two death camps there. Brinkley made a plea bargain to shut down the two death camps and leave the state so he wouldn’t be charged with accessory to murder. His own

staff testified that Brinkley routinely watched Gosnell snip babies necks but the District Attorney ignored their testimony and let Brinkley go free.

WILMINGTON, Del. -- In addition to working at his now-notorious "house of horrors" Women's Medical Society Clinic in Philadelphia, former abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell worked for years performing abortions at a clinic in Wilmington.

After a judge sentenced Gosnell to three life terms in prison May 15 for killing newborns delivered alive during abortions at his Philadelphia clinic, Philadelphia District Attorney R. Seth Williams was unequivocal when asked if he believed Gosnell committed

the same crimes at the Atlantic Women's Medical Services clinic in Delaware:

STORY: Philadelphia abortion doctor gets life in prison

"Yes," he said. "We believe he was conducting the same type of act in Delaware as he was conducting here in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania."

Gosnell was convicted last month of three counts of first-degree murder, one count of involuntary manslaughter in the 2009 death of an abortion patient and on hundreds of lesser counts involving violations of Pennsylvania's abortion laws, including performing abortions after 24 weeks at his Women's Medical Society Clinic. 


Williams said that his office had coordinated with Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden and his office about Gosnell's activities in Delaware.

According to investigators and court papers, Gosnell used the same type of risky, labor-inducing approach to abortions at the Atlantic clinic in Wilmington that sometimes resulted in children being delivered alive by abortion patients.


Anecdotal evidence.

Some witnesses told investigators they saw Gosnell snipping spinal columns of babies that were delivered at the Atlantic clinic.

But the problem for Delaware investigators was that they did not have witnesses who could testify to seeing Gosnell severing the spinal cords of any of the babies who showed apparent signs of life after they were delivered at Atlantic.

The Atlantic Women's Medical Services Inc. on Baynard Blve. where Dr. Kermit Gosnell once worked. (Photo: Jennifer Corbett, The Wilmington, Del., News Journal) "The Wilmington police and the Attorney General's Office were understandably concerned and suspicious that similar conduct was occurring here in Delaware," said Deputy Attorney General Steven Wood. "We uncovered anecdotal evidence that concerned us, but police were never able to uncover sufficient evidence to justify an arrest or prosecution (in Delaware)," Wood said.

While Gosnell owned and operated the Women's Medical Society Clinic, he was just an employee at Atlantic Women's Medical Services, where he worked at least one day a week for a number of years.

The since-closed Atlantic clinics, which had locations in Wilmington and Dover, were owned by Panzy Myrie and Leroy T. Brinkley was the managing director. Clinic attorney James E. Liguori said last week that the assertions by the Philadelphia DA about Gosnell's activities at Atlantic were "not borne out by the evidence that was reviewed here in Delaware."

State records indicate that Gosnell worked at Atlantic's Wilmington location at least back to 2004. 


Recently retired Wilmington Police Captain Nancy Dietz said in one particular incident "we did have some evidence" that suggested criminal behavior by Gosnell at Atlantic, but it was not enough to file charges. Delaware investigators "didn't have the physical evidence that Philadelphia had," she said.

One of the three first-degree murder convictions against Gosnell -- and the only one that tied Gosnell directly to ending the life of a baby who was delivered alive by an abortion patient -- was the case of "Baby A," whose 17-year-old mother first consulted Gosnell in July 2008 at the Atlantic clinic.

According to testimony, the girl was well past the 24th week of pregnancy and Gosnell started an illegal late-term abortion in Wilmington, giving her labor-inducing drugs at the Atlantic clinic, with instructions to report to the Philadelphia clinic the next day.


After the girl delivered a child -- which clinic staffers testified was moving and looked like a full-term baby -- Gosnell ended its life by severing its spinal cord with a pair of scissors. One clinic staffer was so upset she took a cellphone picture of the baby boy after he died, an image that was shown to the jury.

In the other two counts on which Gosnell was convicted of first-degree murder, Gosnell had instructed clinic staffers to end the lives of babies that were delivered alive.


In addition to the cellphone photo, Philadelphia investigators also recovered dozens of frozen bodies of aborted fetuses and a number of preserved, severed feet of aborted fetuses that Gosnell had kept.


Many patients came from Delaware clinic


Philadelphia Assistant District Attorney Joanne Pescatore said that many of Gosnell's patients came from Delaware, based on her review of the medical records.


According to trial testimony, Gosnell was well known for performing late-term abortions, drawing patients to Philadelphia from across the Eastern Seaboard.


Another key component in the prosecution involved the unsanitary conditions at Gosnell's Philadelphia clinic that included broken, aging and bloodstained medical equipment and furniture. 


This aspect was also lacking in the Delaware investigation.


"Investigators did not uncover any of the truly horrific, medieval-like sanitary and medical code violations that were seen in Philadelphia," Wood said, adding that prior to Gosnell's arrest no complaints had been filed against either Gosnell or the Atlantic clinic.


Drs. Albert Dworkin and Arturo Apolinario were suspended on an emergency basis by state regulators in March 2011, shortly after the charges against Gosnell were filed, and several administrative charges were filed against the clinic itself for the failure to report unprofessional behavior by a doctor, among other issues.


Dworkin was cleared of the charges in April 2011 following a lengthy emergency hearing and was given a full exoneration by the board in July 2011. Apolinario's emergency suspension has remained in place for allegedly allowing his license to write prescriptions lapse while still writing prescriptions.


Atlantic Women's Medical Services closed both its Wilmington and Dover offices in 2011 rather than fight the administrative charges. Only this past March did Atlantic's owners finally resolve the pending administrative charges, signing a consent decree with the state and agreeing to pay a $5,000 fine.


Attorney Liguori said with the resolution of the administrative charges, the Atlantic clinics and its owner "will not be back" in Delaware.


Wood said the decision on whether to prosecute Gosnell in Delaware was not affected by the prosecution in Philadelphia. State officials were not waiting to see how the Philadelphia case came out before deciding to act.


"The decision about whether or not to prosecute Gosnell ... was based purely on our assessment of the evidence," he said.


"We applaud the hard work that led to a just verdict and sentence in Philadelphia, and everyone involved in the case here is happy Gosnell is where he belongs," Wood said.

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