A young woman by the name of Cree Erwin was killed by Planned Parenthood. This is nothing new for Planned Parenthood. The fact that she is Black is even less of a rarity. Cree Erwin was 24 when she was killed by an abortionist.
She died just three days after her abortion. The complications were so bad from the abortion that she had to go to the emergency room. Once she was there, she ended up dying a few hours later. She died on June 30, 2016. No doubt you didn’t read about her death in the mainstream press because such things are covered up by those in power.
Laura Castleman, who prescribed some medicine following the abortion of Ms. Erwin, though we not sure if she did the actual abortion as well, has a history of other abortion-related injuries. “Castleman’s Drug Control Location License for the Kalamazoo Planned Parenthood lapsed on January 31, 2016. In Michigan, medical providers must obtain a Drug Control Location License for every facility where they routinely dispense drugs.” (Life News)
If Castleman’s license is indeed “lapsed” it is confusing why she is still prescribing medication to anyone at the clinic. Castleman has also been involved in other abortion-related deaths at other clinics as well in the cities of Ann Arbor and Kalamazoo. All of these were Planned Parenthoods that Castleman worked at. Planned Parenthood who is supposed to provide “safe and legal” abortions has been caught killing and injuring other women in the past, the most famous being 18-year-old Holly Patterson who died in 2003 from the abortion drug RU486 dispensed by a Planned Parenthood clinic.
Cree is just the most recent of abortion deaths. “A complaint has been filed by Operation Rescue against the Kalamazoo Planned Parenthood, seeking a revocation of its facility license that permits it to conduct abortions. Meanwhile, a homicide investigation conducted by the Battle Creek Police Department remains open pending the release of Erwin’s autopsy report, which may not be available for weeks or months.” (Life News)
Even if there is an investigation there is no guarantee this case will go to trial. There is even less chance that if it does that the clinic will be closed down or the abortionist will go to prison and serve any serious time for it. It is about the slaughter of women, especially Black women who seem to have a higher death rate for abortion than White women since they undergo more abortions, does not go unnoticed. It is time to speak out for these women and it is time that the pro-choice movement took responsibility for the carnage they are producing. Until that comes it will be the pro-life side that will have to speak out for women like Cree.