On Tuesday, an ambulance was spotted transporting a patient from the late-term abortion mill Southwestern Women’s Options (SWO) in Albuquerque.
The pro-life legal group Abortion On Trial shared the photos taken by pro-life sidewalk counselor Christina Garza with the caption, “Yet another person was sent away from Southwestern Women’s Options in an ambulance today.”
The group commented, “When will the state of New Mexico start caring about the fact that this facility is a danger to women?”
The abortion facility proudly advertises abortion up to and after 32 weeks gestation — full-term abortions.
Abortion up-to-birth is currently legal in New Mexico, with no protections for women, babies, or medical professionals.
SWO is operated by abortionist Curtis Boyd, who is responsible for tens of thousands of children’s death via abortion. He and his associates are also large donors to pro-abortion Democrat politicians such as Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, who signed the 2021 abortion up-to-birth bill into law.