It is so hard to find a good abortionist these days. Most seem to meet with one of three professional demises: imprisonment for sexual assault; medical license revocation for malpractice; or death, alone in their beds, while watching porn flicks after overdosing on heroin.

On June 11, it was career end No. 2 for abortionist Krishna Rajanna, proprietor of the now defunct Affordable Medical and Surgical Services in Kansas City, Kan.

Rajanna’s was the poster abortion mill this past year during legislative debates on whether or not Kansas needs abortion clinic regulations. Rajanna has also been the focus of law enforcement investigations for almost two years.

Before that, the Kansas Board of Healing Arts fined Rajanna in both 2000 and 2001 for medical practice violations. Pictures within the mill taken by an informant in 2003, along with official police testimony, verify what can be described as nothing short of ghastly.

Yet it took until this past March for the BOHA to shut down Rajanna’s chop shop, and until last week to permanently revoke his medical license. Old ladies with houses full of mangy cats are dealt with quicker than Rajanna was.

Rajanna first got noticed publicly in September 2003 when he called police to investigate alleged employee theft. Detective William Howard of the Kansas City Police Department responded, and was so appalled by what he and his partner found (“I thought I had heard and seen every vile, disgusting crime scene, but was in for a new shock when I started this investigation.”) that he contacted the local district attorney plus three state agencies.

Topping the list of horrors was an employee’s account that she and others witnessed Rajanna “microwave one of the aborted fetuses and stir it into his lunch,” as Howard recalled earlier this year when testifying before a Kansas House committee.

Rajanna denied this, but the photos taken of his office and inside his refrigerator show that not only were the refrigerator and microwave close to Rajanna’s desk, but he kept fetuses in styrofoam cups in that frig along with food and drink. The circumstantial evidence backs up something simply too weird to make up.

Aside from the looks of the mill, which I’ll get to next, Rajanna’s personal appearance and behavior corroborated something amiss in a mind, the depravity of which I could not imagine.

“Dr. Rajanna lacked personal hygiene,” testified Howard. “His hair was messy, hands dirty, and his clothing was wrinkled and stained. He put on old, used foot booties while we were there.”

So Rajanna smelled and looked like a bum – typical pond scum abortionist.

As for Rajanna’s accusation of employee robbery, the minutes elapsing between when he called the police and their arrival proved too taxing for his memory. Howard stated Rajanna “could not recall when these alleged thefts had occurred, nor was he organized enough to locate any documents to support his allegations.” The cold blood coursing through Rajanna’s veins must have impaired his brain function.

The doctor’s appearance merely foreshadowed his clinic’s appearance. Howard testified the clinic was dark, dingy, had poor lighting and smelled musty. There were dirty dishes in the break-room sink and on the table, trash everywhere, and roaches crawling on the countertops. Howard was afraid to sit down.

Howard noted there were no hazardous waste containers anywhere. (An employee later testified Rajanna took home all contaminated, medical and biohazard waste for residential trash pick-up.)

As for the “procedure room,” Howard’s partner spotted dried blood on the floor and said the room looked “nasty.”

Two dishwashers located next to the staff toilet served as sterilizers, according to employee testimony. Photographs show the toilet was bloody and functioned as a human waste disposal in the literal sense. See for yourself.

The mill’s back exit was blocked with biohazard trash, open drugs and a gas lawn mower, as these pictures show.

I could go on and tell you about the dead rodent in the hall – and more – but I’m frankly too sick.

I’m sick not just about the vileness of everything and everyone associated with abortion, but also by the mainstream media cover-up. Here’s how the Associated Press portrayed this appalling abyss:

The Board of Healing Arts found that [Rajanna’s] clinic appeared cluttered. It said some items were improperly kept in a utility room and in the freezer of a refrigerator that also contained food.

Aborted babies are “items.” A human pigsty is “clutter.”

As for Kansan legislators, they failed to override pro-abort Gov. Kathleen Sebelius’ veto of the clinic regulations bill.

I’m so glad we’re past the back-alley abortion days.

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