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Abortion chamber employee quits,
testifying to the power of the "Passion"

Before quitting her job as a medical assistant at an abortion chamber, Yeni granted an interview to a reporter, vividly explaining the pain she experienced by participating in the executions of so many children.

Jesus carries His cross in the Passion of the Christ movie

Yeni explained that God used Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ to help turn her around. "Believe me, it was very hard. When we saw how they beat Jesus and the instruments they used, we compared it to the instruments the doctor used. I saw everything we did in the clinic in that movie --- so much blood spilled. I couldn't stop crying in the theater.... I wanted to die. The following day, I told Sonia that we had to stop working at the clinic. She also saw the movie and we remembered that in the picture they said 'He who lives by the sword, dies by the sword.' We were very afraid because just a few months before, the manager of the clinic was killed by her husband. We felt something was going to happen to us because of what we were doing," she said.

During her time at the abortion chamber, Yeni saw some very disturbing images. "I have seen three fetuses come out whole. In one instance, you could see the little hand coming out of the uterus. The little hand was moving. But the most impressive thing was the baby that came out breathing. That time, the doctor got sick."

Yeni's responsibilities included placing the baby parts in a jar. "It's impressive how well-defined they are.... You can see intestines, tiny ribs, their little faces, and their tiny squashed heads. You can distinguish among the parts if the baby was a boy or girl."

"A girl who worked here told me that she came home with a tiny foot stuck to her uniform, close to her shoulder. She, of course, hadn't noticed until her husband told her."

The entire interview is available in English on the San Diego News Notes website and in Spanish on the La Cruz de California website.

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