Sources tell Operation Rescue that a security guard told local pro-life activists that Karpen planned to retire soon.
Operation Rescue independently confirmed that Karpen’s abortion business “winding down” and should be closed by the end of the month because Karpen is supposedly “moving on to other things.”
Karpen is currently the subject of criminal referrals made to the Department of Justice and the Texas Attorney General’s office by the House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives. He has been accused by former employees of murdering babies born alive during late-term abortions by twisting their heads or cutting their necks.
Operation Rescue released an investigative report in May 2013, about the Karpen murder allegations that included photos of the bodies of large aborted babies taken by one of the Karpen’s clinic workers with her cell phone. That report, which included a video interview of the former employees released by Life Dynamics, Inc.Read more at LifeNews