By Pro-Life Nation, Special for USDR.
According to sentencing records, while he was a fugitive, Rossman had used the alias “Boris Cernoch.
The case stemmed from an incident in 2003 when Rossman dispensed a handful of abortion pills to a 23-year old woman who was beyond 30-weeks pregnant, then coldly walked out of the office and locked the door, leaving the woman in labor and alone.
After receiving a 911 call from the woman, police arrived and broke into Rossman’s office in time to see her giving birth to a baby boy. Both required emergency hospital care.
The case was particularly shocking due to the callous nature of Rossman’s treatment of his patient and the advanced stage of her pregnancy. Unlike some states, such as New Mexico and Maryland, abortions that late in pregnancy are a crime in Georgia.
“We are relieved that justice has finally been done. The Georgia State Board of Medical Examiners got it right when they determined that Rossman posed a ‘threat to the public health, safety and welfare’ when they suspended his license in 2003,” said Newman. “Rossman is an example of a dangerous abortionist, like Gosnell, that behaved as if patient safety standards and medical ethics did not apply to him. We just have to wonder how many others like Rossman are still out there victimizing women who haven’t been caught. Based on our research into the abortion cartel, the answer is likely more than we can guess.”
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