Home abortion Abortion Kills People, Not Tissue (Warning: Graphic)

Abortion Kills People, Not Tissue (Warning: Graphic)

by Kelly Crawford

The body parts of an aborted baby, estimated to be about 12-14 weeks, found in the parking lot of an El Paso abortion clinic.

“The world needs to see what abortion clinics do to children. When dead babies start turning up in the clinic parking lot, no further proof is needed of what abortion is. These clinics need to be shut down.”

From Live Action, Baby Body Part Found in Parking Lot

“Your hands have made me and fashioned me; give me understanding that I may learn Your commandments.”  Psalm 119:73

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I Live in an Antbed April 26, 2011 - 9:30 pm

The horror is overwhelming. My heart is so broken. We MUST devote ourselves to prayer that the Lord will allow the blind to see and the deaf to hear. We are corporately guilty through our numbness to what breaks His Father Heart. We cannot go about our lives without engaging this devastating plague of sin in our land. May the Lord stir up His people to faithfully do battle in the spiritual realm, to drive back the darkness that threatens to destroy us. May He start with me.

Kelly L April 26, 2011 - 11:29 pm

Graphic, but needed. So sickening! I would love to put this on a billboard here, but only half naked women are allowed on billboards (we live in Vegas). SICK!

Diane April 27, 2011 - 5:09 am


Melanie April 27, 2011 - 7:55 am

This is absolutely heartbreaking & I think “I Live in an Antbed” is exactly right.

Tiffany April 27, 2011 - 8:38 am

Thank you for posting this. I posted this on my FB page for people to see. I don’t know how anyone could look at this and still be pro-choice. We live in a society where people will cry over abused puppies and not give this picture a second thought. Very sad.


R. F. April 27, 2011 - 10:19 am

So heartbreaking…Father forgive them, and us for not stopping it.

Margaret D April 27, 2011 - 10:32 am


And I’m sure you’ll get a lot of hate for posting this, but I am glad you did. The “clump of tissue” myth is such a viscious lie.

Kelly L April 27, 2011 - 11:11 am

I put it on my FB last night. I pray it stirs he hearts of those “pro=choice”.

Patricia April 27, 2011 - 11:52 am

After seven years of praying and longing to be a family, we lost our first child at 14 weeks gestation. I know from that experience what at real, little person a baby is at that point in development. Although this picture recaptures my own heartbreak, I hope it will serve to influence young women with unwanted pregnancies to choose adoption rather than abortion. There are so many deserving couples who would love to give a child a caring home.

Bethany Hudson April 27, 2011 - 1:18 pm

Patricia, I am so sorry for your loss. We miscarried our second child at 6 weeks gestation. When I became pregnant again the following month with our third (second-born), we did an early ultrasound to determine conception. Our little boy measured just over six weeks, and his form was already there–you could see his little head! I do NOT understand how anyone can think that a fetus of any gestational age is anyONE but a precious human child. There is gross, gross deception out there that is robbing our nation’s children of their lives.

Gayle @ TrainingOlives April 27, 2011 - 2:03 pm

I had my first ultrasound at 6 weeks, too (I am 9 weeks now), and I thought the same thing.

ladyscott April 27, 2011 - 8:23 pm

I’ve had 3 miscarriages. My 2nd was at 11 weeks and while in the hospital for hemmoraging, I birthed my little baby (who’s heart was beating away healthfully at 8 weeks on the ultrasound). Little arms, legs, hands, feet, fingers, toes, tiny profile and even tiny ears. All there.

The problem is there are many still believe the baby is just a wad of tissue at this stage, but even worse are those who know better, but just say that they’re not human until they’re born. I actually had a college-educated, well-rounded, liberal-minded, human-rights woman tell me straight out that unborn babies have no rights. They’re non-humans until they are born. Gee, isn’t that what people said about black people back in the 19th century?

Bethany Hudson April 27, 2011 - 12:29 pm

Oh, my gracious God.

Gayle @ TrainingOlives April 27, 2011 - 2:07 pm

This is so hard to take. I’ve got no words… I hope that this will get through to people.

Taryn April 27, 2011 - 2:51 pm

So sad. I pray abortion is abolished.

Emily B. April 27, 2011 - 3:58 pm

Oh, Kelly…I don’t even know what to say…this makes me sick to my stomach. Please God have mercy on us.

6 arrows April 27, 2011 - 4:53 pm

This image has been in my head all day. I am just speechless.

Lord, may we(I) be jolted out of our(my) complacency.

Laura April 28, 2011 - 7:15 am

I don’t even know what to say. There are no words to describe this horror. God have mercy on us.

lotsaspuds April 28, 2011 - 9:44 am

I don’t know what to say either. I too pray that abortion is abolished.

Kelly, I am so sorry to hear that you have lost your home because of a tornado. Praying for your family.

Heather in Ohio April 28, 2011 - 10:18 am

Ditto Lotsaspuds. Praying for your family, Kelly.

Jennifer April 28, 2011 - 2:17 pm

God Almighty. How is this evil permitted?

Karen April 28, 2011 - 4:58 pm

The question I ask all of you is, who are you voting for? What are you doing to stop the murder of these innocent victims? We all need to take action, support MCCL if you live in MN and support the National Right to Life, and other pro-life organizations. We need to find good people who have power and money to start educating people to the TRUTH, not listen to the liberal leftists and believe their lies, that it is just tissue. God will hold us all accountable. We also have to remember the women who have made this choice, and help them overcome the guilt and shame and help them to find the Lord and His forgiveness.

Alison P. April 28, 2011 - 6:17 pm

This post brought me to tears. Weeping for all the innocent babies killed in our country. The worst part is that the majority of people know it is a baby, and they don’t care. Abortion doctors and nurses have killed babies with their bare hands who survived abortions, too. There are horrific stories about this. This makes me grieve for our nation. The women who knowingly allow their babies to be murdered. God help our country. What else can we, as Christians, do? I want to take action and do more.

summer April 28, 2011 - 9:50 pm

This is so sad …. So so sad ….. tToo sad for words as only prayer and information such as this will help ….. Even if our prayers help to save one life from this devasting thing that goes on here and across the globe it is worth praying …. Yes it would be a wonderful day if we could see ROE vs Wade overturned someday so let us all be in spirit of prayer and preaching the gospel in a loving and GODLY manner …..Do any of us know a womanor man who has experienced this ….Possibly a nurse or a friend or a person whom we may have come in contact with who has had an abortion …..Well then if we do we need to talk to them and tell them about the loving merciful heart of JESUS and if we do not know a person of such then we need to pray that GOD will open a door into someones life who has been in this circunstance …..Only then will we be able to show them the scriptures that point to how GOD has specifically designed each and every one of us (PSALM 139:13-16 ) and scriptures that tell them of GODS plan of salvation (ROMANS 10:9-13 ) and scriptures that let them know they can have fellowship and teaching with a good church that teaches truth (HEBREWS10:24-25 ) ….. AMEN !!

Pegasus66 April 28, 2011 - 10:48 pm

These picture are very convincing, but there is even further evidence of the fetus being human and an individual, separate from the mother – – the DNA of the fetus/baby is always different from the DNA of the mother and therefore is not a part of her body. Abortion definitley means killing an individual human being.

summer April 28, 2011 - 10:50 pm

I am so too praying for you and your family during this most trying and difficult time …. GOD will be victorious for you and build you up again …. I know it is a common PSALM but the 23rd PSALM does speak volumes to me and I will pray it will find new deeper meaning in your life right now …. I do not live near you but if there is anything I can do for you just e mail me ….Rest well in the arms of your SAVIOUR .

Dianne April 29, 2011 - 6:02 am

When I see things like this I always say a quick prayer of gratitude that my children were born into a family that loves children. I’m not saying that in a conceited way, and we are not perfect by any means, but the thought has occurred to me before that my children could have been born (or not born) into a family that would have ended their precious lives.
I have a friend who recently had a baby who, when she was pregnant, her boyfriend put extreme pressure on her to have an abortion. His sister who is an OB even said, “It’s really no big deal.” Through lots of encouragement she stood her ground. When she heard the baby’s heartbeat for the first time, she texted him to let him know (he wasn’t speaking to her at that point). To make a long story short, the baby is a few months old now and her boyfriend (soon to be husband) is a PROUD father. He asked her to stay home with their new baby and is paying all her bills (they don’t live together so it’s double everything) and he even wants her to look into homeschooling! After the baby was born, he cried for weeks and begged her forgiveness and she says he is probably the most pro-life person ever! Pray for them, though, as they are still not Christians and please pray for me that I would not allow this opportunity to slip through. I’ve tried to share, and I see improvement, but I admit I am not really gifted in that area.
The thing to remember is that while not every story ends this way, God has a story that is unique to every person and he uses it to glorify His name through it. I love Psalm 23 also and God spoke to me through it recently when I read, “he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake.” I realized through that verse that many times God allows us to go through different situations, not just to refine us, but so that His name will be known (to those who don’t know Him) and glorified among us. So sorry to hear about your home, Kelly, but God will be gloried through this!

Ashley April 29, 2011 - 3:36 pm

This is ridiculous. “Hey everybody! Let’s use a fear tactic to make people see the wrong in something that about opinion!”
Do women enjoy having abortions? No. But it’s their decision. Do you expect a raped woman to carry around a nine month reminder of something being taken from her? If you don’t like abortion, fine. If you think it’s a sin, fine. But don’t use tactics to try and scare people into believing what you believe. Abortions shouldn’t be thrown around lightly, but sometimes they are the better route. It’s ignorant for you to think that you can tell someone what’s right for them without having a medical license.

Jennifer April 30, 2011 - 1:29 am

Ashley, did you SEE those pictures? A scare tactic? I cannot believe I’m reading that, even with EVIDENCE right in front of you. If a raped woman wants to get an after-morning pill, fine, but there’s no excuse for the mutilation and horrendous murder you yourself are looking at.

6 arrows April 30, 2011 - 4:35 pm


“Abortions shouldn’t be thrown around lightly, but sometimes they are the better route.”

The deliberate destruction of innocent pre-born humans is not “the better route.” A baby’s life ends, and a mother’s life is traumatized. (Please research post-abortion syndrome to learn more about this very real and tragic occurrence in post-abortive women.)

You state that a woman who is raped shouldn’t have to carry around a reminder of that for nine months. Having an abortion will not remove the memory of the rape from the woman’s mind.

If she has an abortion, she will have been violated twice, first at the hands of the rapist, and then at the hands of the abortionist. Women who have been raped need loving support, not further trauma.

Ashley, I am very sorry if you are a woman who has been violated in such a manner. I and many others would be happy to pray for you. Pregnancy counseling centers are also beautiful, healing places to go for support in the event of unplanned pregnancy or post-abortion stress. And there are many loving couples, dearly desiring to adopt babies, who can give a child who would be born into a difficult situation a loving and stable home life.

May God bless you with His peace.

Lecaka May 1, 2011 - 7:51 pm

I’m not sure how ‘facts’ are a ‘scare tactic’. Hopefully, this will be concrete proof to pro-lifers that they really are killing innocent lives. As a mom of 4, these pics truly make me sick….

Lecaka May 1, 2011 - 7:52 pm

oops, sorry…I mean ‘pro-choicers’…not ‘pro lifers’…

Stephanie April 29, 2011 - 11:57 pm

Most abortions are nor from rape, the stats say that 80% claim to be Christians in a “bad stage of life”

I do believe that women are being marketed for abortions. I don’t think the women having them are enjoying them – and I don’t think that is what this post is about.

We need to pray – and pray hard – for the women who are in a “bad stage of life” that their lives can be changed and they can have the true resources, not the companies who just want money, helping them.

Abortion hurts women, it kills babies, and most just think now that it is a choice we must reserve for rape/molestation cases when those are not the main reasons women abort. The people with the medical license are in it for the money – it is a money making industry with no regard to what it does to women.

Shannon April 30, 2011 - 11:10 am

I really really wish you had put some more space between the title and warning, and the picture. I (and my children, who are right here) could see the picture before I could even read the warning. Could you change that?

Needless to say, I am sickened.

Ashley April 30, 2011 - 12:47 pm

No I didn’t see the picture at all… sarcasm, sarcasm.

Morning after pills are extremely expensive, while abortions are sometimes done for free depending on the clinic and the woman’s situation. It sounds really terrible to say, and I even feel bad saying it, but there are some children who are better off dead than brought into this world because of the situation they will be born into.

And Stephanie, clearly you didn’t let my entire comment soak in. I clearly stated that abortions shouldn’t be thrown around lightly. Girls that spread their legs more than peanut butter shouldn’t be allowed to say “I don’t want this, take it out”. But you can’t simply judge that women who have abortions are monsters. Maybe the woman that left the remains in the parking lot did it for a reason. I have a firm belief that it wasn’t because she didn’t care, but because she realized what she actually did. Imagine being scared and alone and not knowing what to do. You feel that abortion is the only way out. Then they hand you that bad when you leave the clinic and when you get to your car, you make the mistake of opening the bag and seeing what’s inside. Do you know how that woman probably felt? Don’t be so quick to assume she left it there because she had no feelings, her feelings were probably the sole reason WHY she left it there.

Ms. Stevenson April 30, 2011 - 3:40 pm

Although graphic this post was needed. We have become lax in so many important issues. Sadly, some will still see a photo like that and uphold abortion. No matter what the circumstance killing a baby is just that. God’s word is unchanged. Children are a gift not a choice. As a rape survivor, I can honestly tell you I am pro life. I pray for those women who have undergone the procedure or are considering it. I pray we all show love and compassion to the mothers in need. We need to vote pro life and take loving action one person at a time. Kelly God Bless you and your family during this difficult time.

tereza crump aka MyTreasuredCreations May 2, 2011 - 9:34 pm

I too live in Alabama, but our town was completely spared. Our prayers and donations are with our fellow brothers and sisters.

As for the baby aborted… I want to share a special creation I made recently for a 12 week old baby. please see my youtube video.



Connie Williams May 3, 2011 - 10:19 pm

Ashley, God is simply about life. He is a Creator. What He creates should not be touched by human hands. He is well able to bear the burdens of a frightened pregnant girl. Her healing would come forth when she partners with God and brings the baby into the world and into a wanted home (they are everywhere) instead of partnering with death. Death, dearest Ashley, only brings death. Life brings life. I too, was confused long ago but the closer you get to the Life Giver, the more you understand life is His choice and should be ours. Praying for you dear Ashley.

stephanie May 6, 2011 - 12:02 am

@#8 Kelly L.
How do you post it to FB?

Ashley May 8, 2011 - 10:58 pm

I’m not “confused”. Personal opinion has NOTHING to do with confusion. Pray for me all you want, my opinion still stands, and always will. I personally could never have an abortion. But that doesn’t mean that right should be taken away from other women. Yes, that RIGHT. Because until that baby has left the body, it is a part of your own. And you are allowed to do what you feel with your body.

6 arrows May 9, 2011 - 10:01 am

Hi, Ashley. I want to thank you for your words “I personally could never have an abortion.”

I notice you posted on Mother’s Day. Are you a mom, Ashley? If so, thank you for giving your child/ren life, or a new life in your home if you are an adoptive or foster mom.

God’s blessings to you through Jesus.

JK August 19, 2011 - 1:34 pm

Ashley, I am totally with you. I am sick of self rightous people sitting in judgement of others when they themselves have never even been in the situation, or understand it.

I would never have an abortion, I am lucky that I am in a place in my life where I would never need to. But I do support the right to choose.

For all you suggesting adoption, (which is great in the case of a healthy baby, where the birthmom knew she was pregnant right away and abstained from alcohol/drugs), how many of you have welcomed adoptive children into your homes? It’s all fine and good to say someone will adopt the baby, but really….have you welcomed a baby that may potentially have brain damage from alcohol or drugs into your home? Many babies of young women who don’t realize they are pregnant right away are exposed to slcohol, which causes the brain to be damaged, the baby may look fine, but may have disabilities discovered once older and abstract thinking is being used, these issues often cause these children to need life long support and help, and fasd is more common in our society than all other disabilities combined!
So for all you self rightous judegemental people, are you reasing a child with these issues? If not, you should shut up and realize it is not always so black and white, and growing up in foster care(where many of these kids do) is not an acceptable alternative.

JK August 19, 2011 - 1:37 pm

Also, I am an adoptive mother, and a birthmother to my two lovely children. My adoptive child was exposed to alcohol in utero by birthmom and usffers minor effects, I am lucky. My family also has adopted a child who suffers much greater effects of alcohol used in utero by his birth mom. These kids are our lives, but really, there are not tons of families out there ready and willing to adopt kids with these issues, or equipt to handle them. Sometimes the woman making this choice is considering more than you think, and if you are not adopting these kids you have no right to judge women and say they should be forced to carry a baby and put it up for adoption. It’s easy to judge others and take their rights away when you yourself are just sitting there, but not actually changing your life to stand behind what you say you beleive in.

Jennifer August 19, 2011 - 5:18 pm

JK, most of us are talking about LATER abortion. Once that baby is a baby, it is longer just a part of you, and NO ONE has a right to committ the horrific, disgusting acts shown above. How could you even argue that? Or call people who hate it self-righteous??

6 arrows August 19, 2011 - 10:08 pm


“It’s easy to judge others and take their rights away…”

How ironic you would say that. This is exactly what happens to unborn babies who are aborted. Someone *judges* that these children would be better off not being born, and *takes away their right* to live.

There is no more fundamental right than the right to life, and no other “right” that supersedes it, no matter how accurate we may think we are in determining the quality of life for certain children or the lives of those who will be affected by these children before and after the birth.

Deliberately extinguishing innocent human life is wrong. Period.

CArolina November 3, 2011 - 6:36 pm

HEy there, I have to give a speech, and I was thinking about this. It is going to be a persuasive speech at my college. I was thinking about a the topic: It is a baby, not a tissue, yes I say, there are tissues made of human cells, equals to human being. Anyways, I know I may not convince them, or who knows I may, at least one of them. What do you guys think? Because I was not sure of doing it, I was thinking to my self: ” no, it is such a big topic, and naa,. But I realize that it is an opportunity and by the way the instructor said that we have convince, and she also said it can be right or wrong,( although I know I will be right according to our belief or God), and the prochoice people would be wrong,,, common it is a human being!! Please help me out so that I can give a simple persuasive speech, please pray for me!!

clodagh mcdonald February 8, 2012 - 4:57 am

i think this is so bad and that it not fair


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