Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Project Weak Link sees victory in Specific Waste Industries campaign

Exactly one month ago, we wrote about the Project Weak Link protest campaign urging Specific Waste Industries—a medical waste disposal company—to stop collecting corpses from abortion facilities in the Midwest.

Yesterday, Project Weak Link organizers shared a statement from Specific Waste Industries indicating that it had terminated its contracts with abortion facilities, including the notorious EMW Women's Surgical Center in Kentucky. Project Weak Link says that it will "trust but verify" the statement, and encourages pro-life advocates to email the CEO of Specific Waste Industries with a message of thanks for doing the right thing.

What remains to be seen is whether this will result in the closure of any abortion businesses. This effect is likely to be delayed, because many facilities have the capacity to keep the remains of their victims in refrigerated storage for a time. In an undercover video, abortionist Renee Chelian indicated that she could store five months' worth of aborted bodies in this fashion.

However, that is a temporary solution to their gruesome problem. Chelian concluded: "We are all one incinerator away, or one incinerator company away, from being closed."

Will another company step up to take Specific Waste Industries' place in the next five months, knowing that any replacement company will be the subject of a renewed pro-life protest campaign? Or will we finally see abortion businesses shut their doors for good?

Stay tuned.

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