An Oklahoma abortionist is currently not practicing medicine pending an investigation by the medical board.
Weeks ago, Life Dynamics reported the arrest of Nareshkumar Patel, an Oklahoma City abortion doctor with a sordid history of sexual abuse and fraud.
In early December, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt charged the 62-year-old abortionist with three counts of obtaining money under false pretense after improperly prescribing abortion-inducing drugs to patients he said were pregnant, but were not.
Patel’s arrest follows a long list of lawsuits, botched abortions, sexual harassment and unprofessional conduct dating back a number of years.
In 1992, Patel was the focus of national news for burning 55 aborted children in a field near Shawnee.
Despite Partel’s record, the state has allowed the abortion doctor to keep his medical license.
Now, although his status is still showing “active,” the Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure, has indicated that Patel is not practicing medicine.
According to The Oklahoman, Patel has agreed not to practice medicine in the state pending an investigation by the board.
Research into the subject of sexual abuse in the abortion industry has revealed that these facilities can represent “the perfect storm” for sexual predators. In fact, it is undeniable that thousands of women have been raped or sexually assaulted in American abortion clinics.
This research has been culminated into a carefully documented report titled, “America’s Hidden Sex Scandal,” and points out that, each day, an unknown number of women will end up in the hands of violent sexual predators.
Patel is just one of the many predators that can be found in this report. You can read the report here.