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From the Executive Director, Jacqui Fetsko


Just a we realize the power we have when we speak the truth, when we protest injustice and pursue the good? Do we??? I wonder. We have the capability to share the message so quickly to so many at once, are we taking advantage of that? We have a case of criminal negligence and an illegal abortion right in our own backyard. See here:

Where is the public outcry? Where is the Cuyahoga County District Attorney? Ohio Department of Health? Ohio Medical Board? I am unabashedly disgusted by the lack of care for this case. Last year , March 21, 2014, a woman's life was lost along with her baby at the hands of Lisa Perriera who could give a darn about either one of them. I make that assumption since there was no viability testing and apparent record tampering in order to get the almighty dollar(s) from Lakisha Wilson. Preterm has no concern for their malfunctioning elevator nor for their clients who may run into complications (and may need a functioning elevator for life saving help). Folks, THEY DON'T CARE and they know they can get away with it because they have!



I am pleading with all of you to (1) call the powers that be, who should be investigating this case and (2) get others to do the same. We cannot afford to bury our heads in the sand on this one. Preterm should have been closed down a long time ago. Please, do something if you have not already! The names and numbers are below:

Tim McGinty Cuyahoga County Prosecutor, 9th Floor 1200 Ontario, Cleveland OH 44113   (216)443-7800                
Richard Hodges, Director Ohio Department of Health 246 High Street, Columbus OH 43215 (614) 466-3543
Mike De Wine, Ohio Attorney General, 30 E. Broad St. 14th Floor, Columbus Ohio 43215   855-224-6446






Our spring 40 Days for Life Campaign is from February 18 - March 29.
Please consider praying with us on the sidewalk in front of Family
Planning Association of Northeast Ohio in Painesville. Go to our website:  to learn more and to sign up for vigil.
For more information or further assistance with scheduling, please contact
Renee Freedman at (440) 520-3493 or email her at:
or contact John Noall at (216) 245-9744. To receive email updates on
both the Painesville and Cleveland campaigns, please send an email
request to:


Please remember to follow the guidelines on the Statement of Peace that needs to be agreed on prior to participating in our prayer vigil. The Statement of Peace is located on our 40 Days website  A hard copy can be obtained by calling Renee (440) 520-3493. It is necessary that we remain on the sidewalk without obstructing it or the driveway. We are not to enter the parking lot or any part of the building or lobby. We must at all times remain peaceful, reflecting Christ's love to the employees, volunteers and customers of not only Family Planning but those in the other offices in that building as well. Thank you all in advance for your cooperation!


Lake County Right to Life's Fourth Annual Essay Contest


Open to all high school seniors residing in Lake, Ashtabula and Geauga counties.


Requirements: Write a 500-750 word essay on the topic: “Should a child conceived in rape or incest have the same right to life as any other child?” Please note that grammar, spelling, clearness of thought, originality and impact on the reader are looked at when the essay is judged.


Deadline: Must be postmarked no later than April 10, 2015.

All submissions must be typed and signed by the student with their phone number and mailing address included. Please mail submissions to:


Lake County Right to Life

ATT: Jacqui Fetsko

65 Square Drive

Madison, OH 44057

Winners will be announced no later than May 4, 2015.


1st Place: $500.00

2nd Place: $250.00

3rd Place: $100.00



"It's a Matter of Life"....... by Denver Sallee

Hardship or inconvenience to the life of the mother is often cited as justification for an abortion.  That same "logic" is being increasingly applied as a reason for ending  the life of elderly persons. Under the guise of palliative care, it is a growing  practice in some facilities, with or without the complicity of the families,  to administer "terminal sedation" or more accurately, "late term" abortion for the elderly. Antibiotics are delayed or not given for easily treatable infections. Add starvation, dehydration and terminal sedation. Abortion completed. Everyone is saved anxiety, money and hassle. Except, perhaps, the patient. But he is drugged, so whatever objections he may have had, no one ever has to hear them.  Welcome to the realities of the culture of death.