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Illinois- based Stericycle linked to abortion industry [video]



According to the abortion industry’s own experts, medical waste companies such as Stericycle are the abortion industry’s weak link. Stericycle's collaboration with Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry through its collection, transportation and disposal of aborted children and the instruments used to kill them is well documented. If Stericycle were to stop doing this work, Planned Parenthood would be unable to dispose of the babies they kill and the murder of millions of innocent children by Planned Parenthood.

The company lists three locations in northern Illinois – Chicago, Northbrook and Lake Forest – that are hiring. 

Despite being caught red-handed by the Ohio Attorney General, Selin Hoboy, Vice-President of Legislative and Regulatory Affairs, has said that Stericycle "does not accept fetuses" in accordance to their Regulated Medical Waste Acceptance Policy. "This is merely a semantic ploy," said Mark Harrington, National Director of the anti-abortion group Created Equal.

He says that according to the policy, Stericycle will not accept "complete human remains," which includes fetuses.

"However, babies are not 'complete' after being dismembered, decapitated, and disemboweled in standard abortion methods. Their broken parts and torn tissue are categorized by Stericycle as 'pathological waste'—defined as 'human or animal parts, organs, tissues, and surgical specimens'—which Stericyle does accept.

"So while they may not be picking up intact fetuses, they do accept aborted babies' fragmented body parts." Harrington said in an email. "Stericycle uses this technical exemption to justify their continued collaboration in child-killing."

The group encouraged calls to Stericycle CEO Charles Alutto, who can be reached at (847) 607-2004 or [email protected]


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