Not surprisingly, the Kansas City, Kansas, Aid for Women abortion mill is reporting the state health department will not grant them licensure under the new law for abortion facilities.
Aid for Women has been the “training ground” for Mila Means, a 57-year-old floundering family practitioner who wants to open a new Wichita abortion facility.
- (1992) Malcolm Knarr, a drug addicted felon who, when losing his license, was being sued for botched abortions every 4 months;
- (1993) Sherman Zaremski, who fabricated years of false medical records for his partner Knarr, and who performed at least one abortion on young sisters who were being incested (see details here)
- (1993) Kris Neuhaus, who was twice labeled a danger to the public, sent for retraining, restricted by the federal Drug Enforcement Agency and facing license revocation (for the third time) in September –this time for rubber-stamping referrals for illegal post-viability abortions;
- (2003) Krishna Rajanna, Kansas’ own House of horrors abortionist, with a roach- and rodent-infested business, open drugs in the staff lunchroom, and was accused of ingesting fetal parts stored onsite.
Means seems to be right in line with these failed licensees, as she already has a significant disciplinary record with the state Board of Healing Arts (as this blog revealed in January here).
Means’ Wichita Eagle interview Thursday showed an unsettling profile of a ‘health care provider’ whose personal and professional life was in shambles. She discussed how her finances were in ruins but claims she is not embarking on abortions for the money. (oh sure)
Means was featured in a Wichita pro-abortion forum Friday, where she made her plea for one million dollars to open a new abortion business. She has no money to build a new structure acceptable to newly-passed abortion facility standards nor to hire a qualified second medical staffer to monitor anesthesia, as required by state Healing Arts Board regulations.