Fmr employee: Oregon officials had to know they were incinerating babies, ‘there was so much blood’
MARION COUNTY, OR, April 25, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A former temporary worker at the Oregon plant accused of incinerating aborted babies has said county officials “had to” know the facility generated power by burning fetal tissue.
Bud Waterman, a temporary worker at Covanta Marion, Inc., in the town of Brooks, remembered how the extra-long Stericycle trailers would pull up to the waste-to-power plant transporting “biomedical waste” from British Columbia.
“It would make you sick, especially if you had to clean it up or have to pull a box off the trailer,” he told local KOIN 6 TV news. “There was so much blood.”
The definition of “biomedical waste” being shipped to the United States includes aborted fetal remains, the British Columbia Health Ministry confirmed to the B.C. Catholic newspaper.
The mothers of the aborted children were led to believe the babies would be cremated, KOIN reported.
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