Wednesday, November 19, 2014

BREAKING: MI Board Suspends License of "Michigan Gosnell" for Six Months, One Day

Michigan Board Suspends License of "Michigan Gosnell" for Six Months, One Day

November, 19, 2014

By Cheryl Sullenger

Lansing, MI - Abortionist Robert Alexander appeared before the Michigan Board of Medicine today for a final hearing on charges of gross negligence and incompetence after he was caught operating a squalid abortion facility in Muskegon that rivaled conditions found at Kermit Gosnell's Philadelphia "House of Horror."

Despite the fact that an administrative judge found that Alexander, who suffers from mental illness, was not fit to practice medicine and recommended his permanent license revocation, the Board voted to suspend Alexander's license for 6 months and 1 day. The also told Alexander that he would have to re-apply to have his license reinstated, at which time he would be required to pay a fine of $75,000.

If Alexander does not reapply for licensing, his license would not be automatically renewed after his suspension and he would continue to be barred from practicing in Michigan.

It was Operation Rescue's complaint, founded on a former employee's testimony, which served as the basis for the disciplinary action.