Means has a troubled past that includes disciplinary action taken against her medical license for the misuse of psychiatry in her family practice, having improper personal relationships with patients, and for something more serious that the Kansas Board of Healing Arts has redacted from her public record.No medical misconduct was reported for the other potential new abortionist, Gregory Lindhart, but he did violate a protective order in March of 2010.
However, the Board did indicate in Means' disciplinary documents that it had the authority to discipline her under a Kansas law for unprofessional conduct including the "commission of any act of sexual abuse, misconduct, or exploitation related to the licensee's professional practice."
A Woman's World Medical Center in Ft. Pierce, FL, has been cited for numerous health and safety violations, including the failure to even have a blood pressure cuff. The kicker?
Bearing in mind pro-aborts often accuse pregnancy care centers of hiring unqualified personnel, the owner admitted to FAHCA that untrained staff performed its ultrasounds, including 2 administrative assistants (neither of whom had personnel files). This is a big deal, particularly since the owner stated the mill uses ultrasounds to determine the age of the baby and cost of abortion.This would be just another routine abortion dump story, except that the Woman's World mill was featured in 12th and Delaware, an HBO documentary that pro-life critics say is little more than a pro-abortion propoganda film.
On a completely unrelated note, I just learned that "Smells Like Teen Spirit" was apparently inspired by drunken abortion advocates defacing a pregnancy center. (Warning: link contains video which contains nudity.) Ironic, given that today's teen spirit is pro-life!