(William Mudd) Martin Haskell
University of Alabama School of Medicine
11250 Lebanon Rd. US Route 421401 E. Stroop Rd.
Sharonville, Dayton, 0 4524145429
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3-Part Investigative Report from Operation Rescue: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Paramedics Seen Giving Abortion Clinic Patient Life Support Before Rushing Her to Hospital (March 28, 2012) Indiana Attorney General Investigating Undercover Abortionist Named in Haskell Variance Ohio Medical Board’s Leniency Keeps Haskell’s Late-term Abortion Mill Open One of Haskell’s ER Docs Declared Negligent in Kentucky, Faces Discipline in Ohio Ohio Health Officials Ignore Botched Late-term Abortions, Expand Haskell’s Variance City Officials Say Abortionist Haskell Presents a Danger to the Public Campaign contributions made by Haskell's wife to Democratic, pro-abortion candidates and organizations. Woman Rushed to Hospital from Haskell’s Late-term Abortion Clinic Outside Dayton
Haskell Letter Claiming Invention of D&X Abortion
Haskell takes credit for inventing the D&X abortion method, known also as Partial Birth Abortion. The now outlawed method was actually invented by California abortionist James McMahon, who is now deceased.
Paper published by the National Abortion Federation in 1992 authored by Haskell.
Summary of Legal history
Timeline of legal problems of Haskell's Women's Med Center abortion clinics in Ohio.
Haskell's application for a variance and letter from the Ohio Department of Health granting it. The variance allows Haskell to operate without having hospital privileges, as required by law.
Letter from the Sharonville Mayor and Health Dept. opposing Haskell's abortion business, which relocated there from CIncinnati in 2011.
Sharonville Health Department to ODH
Health Department objects in detail to Haskell's variance as posing a public health danger.