James J. Parks
Deceased. Founder and former abortionist at Mayfair Women's Center in Aurora, CO.
Johns Hopkins University, 1962
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State of CO, license verification - James John Parks (search by name) More U.S. Curbs Urged in the Use of Fetal Tissue - New York Times, 11-19-1989 (see page 2) Meat Grinder Abortion Affidavit - Aug. 11, 1992 - Abortionist Curtis Stover files affidavit against abortionist James J. Parks for using a meat grinder to dispose of fetal tissue. Parks admits to grinding up fetuses. See pages 2-4, and 8. "Curtis Stover letter, improper disposal of fetuses" (see article #6) HealthGrades.com - James J. Parks, MD (retired) Doximity.com - James Parks, MD Dr. James J. Parks - bio and hobbies Mayfair Women's Center abortion clinic - Current abortionist Ronald Kuseski trained by notorious abortionist James J. Parks Abortionist James J. Parks performed 2nd-trimester abortions at his Colorado abortion clinic. His fetal disposal techniques were so unorthodox that his business partner, abortionist Curtis Stover, filed an affidavit against him. In his sworn affidavit, Stover described how Parks failed to observe medical biohazard procedures for disposal of fetal tissue. Parks initially disposed of fetuses by flushing them down the toilet, or by dumping the fetal remains out with the garbage. When these methods proved problematic, Parks used a kitchen meat grinder to puree and discard the bodies of aborted fetuses from 15 to 22 weeks gestation. In his 1991 deposition, Parks admitted to using a grinder to dispose of fetal tissue. Parks later resorted to donating the aborted fetuses to the University of Colorado, where they were used for medical experimentation. See documents below.
Complaint, affidavit, and deposition excerpts, 8-11-1992
Abortionist Curtis Stover files an affidavit against Colorado abortionist James J. Parks. Stover describes how Parks used a kitchen meat grinder to dispose of 2nd-trimester fetal remains. In his deposition, James Parks admits to grinding up fetal tissue. See pages 2-4, & 8.
More U.S. Curbs Urged in the Use of Fetal Tissue
Abortionist James J. Parks supplies aborted fetuses to the University of Colorado, claims patients are happy to use their fetuses for research.