Krishna Rajanna lost his license to kill preborn children in 2005 after five years of investigations by the Kansas Board of Healing Arts. For all those years, he’s been holding on to the medical records of the women who came to him for safe, legal abortions.
Legal, anyway. Here’s what the Kansas City Star reported yesterday: “Inspectors who visited his clinic in 2005 reported it was unclean, with a dead mouse in a hallway. Syringes of medication were being kept in an unlocked refrigerator.
“ … a detective who visited the clinic investigating a theft allegation testified before a legislative committee that it was so dirty he ‘was reluctant to sit down.’ Detective William Howard spoke to the committee in 2005 when legislators discussed tightening regulations on abortion clinics.
He described to committee members the clinic break room, where roaches crawled across the countertops and a ‘stench’ lingered. His partner said the room where procedures were done had dried blood on the floor.”
So much for safe.
Rajanna is back in the spotlight after dumping medical records in an elementary school recycling bin. The records included names, addresses, Social Security numbers, health histories and information about the women’s pregnancies. So much for confidentiality.
Reporter Laura Bauer wrote of her interview with Rajanna: “ He wasn’t jeopardizing the privacy of women who had visited his now-defunct abortion clinic in Kansas City, Kan. Rather, he said, he was protecting the environment by not burning the paper records of the services they’d received.”
Did Rajanna ever hear of a paper shredder? That is what most reputable doctors use as they move more and more into paperless record keeping. I have no doubt this ludicrous excuse has nothing to do with reality. What is true is that most abortionists care much more about the green – cash, that is – than they do about their patients.
To read the whole story, go to: http://www.kansascity.com/2012/03/28/3521140/former-abortion-doctor-defends.html