Published September 6, 2023Authorities are not investigating an abortion clinic in Washington, D.C., as part of a case involving the discovery of five aborted babies at a residence in the nation’s capital.
Last year, five aborted babies were discovered at the home of a pro-life activist in the District of Columbia, with pro-life groups claiming that they were unlawfully aborted at the Washington Surgi-Clinic, which is overseen by abortionist Cesare Santangelo.
In brief comments emailed to The Christian Post on Tuesday, the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department stated that they were not investigating Santangelo or his abortion clinic.
“We never had an open case on Santangelo,” explained an MPD spokesperson, adding that the investigation into the remains of the five aborted babies “is still open.”
In March of last year, the pro-life activist group Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising announced that they had discovered the remains of five aborted babies that they argued had been the victims of late-term partial-birth abortion, an illegal abortion procedure.