By Jay Rogers
Published December 4, 2011
Advanced GYN Clinic
6464 N Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33150-4520
Alba Medical Center
4210 Palm Avenue
Hialeah, FL 33012-4454
This practitioner has indicated the following additional state licensure: New York.
This abortionist had his license revoked and is the subject of numerous news reports.
From Haiti, also has ties to New York and Chicago. He fled to New York where his license was also suspended and later reinstated.
6860 Austin St Ste 202
Forest Hills, NY 11375
JHMC DTC Corp
13303 Jamaica Ave
Richmond Hill, NY 11418
Discipline records are on file.
I especially like the part in this video report where the abortionist starts running from the reporter even while he continues giving the interview. Finally, not being able to keep from incriminating himself by running his mouth even while he is literally on the run, he does the logical thing and attacks the microphone.
The irony is that this is essentially what we tried to do in the 1990s with Jay’s Killer Web Page, to expose abortionists’ evil deeds to the public. Of course, we were sued (unsuccessfully) and labelled terrorists for giving out much the same information on our website that you could find in the White and Yellow Pages. That was back in the days prior to Fox News.
MYFOXNY.COM – The case made national headlines: A botched abortion in Florida and an elaborate cover-up. The physician involved — Dr. Pierre Renelique — was banned from practicing medicine there. But nine months after Florida revoked his license, he is seeing patients in the Bronx. Fox 5’s Arnold Diaz tracked him down for an exclusive report.
WARNING: Some information in this report is graphic.
MORE INFORMATION ON DR. PIERRE JEAN JACQUES RENELIQUE:
• NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH DECISION
• FLORIDA BOARD OF MEDICINE
View MyFox Tampa Bay’s February 6, 2009, report on Dr. Renelique’s Florida license revocation hearing:
Bronx News Network
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Dr. Pierre Renelique used to practice obstetrics and gynecology in Florida. That was until the Florida Board of Medicine revoked his license early this year following a botched abortion. Now he’s working at Clinton Place Medical Center in University Heights, to the horror of the local pro-life movement.
Two Saturdays ago, about 80 people, including State Sen. Ruben Diaz, Sr. and his wife, Leslie, held a prayer vigil near the center, to bring attention to Renelique’s past, and to demand action from the New York State Medical Board.
“We want to expose this clinic across the street and we want to expose the doctor,” Leslie Diaz told the crowd.
“Apparently Dr. Renelique is not good enough for Florida but he is found good enough for the women of the Bronx,” said Father Peter West of Priests for Life, a national pro-life organization.
Renelique was found guilty last February of medical malpractice, after he failed to show up for a late-term abortion in July 2006. The mother went into labor (because of drugs given to her by Renelique the day before) and unlicensed staff delivered a live baby girl, according to news reports. The baby was stuffed into a plastic bag and left to die. Police found her body a week later.
Renelique moved to New York earlier this year, and began working at Clinton Place Medical Center, at 8 Clinton Place, just west of Jerome Avenue. In November he was tracked down by Fox 5’s Arnold Diaz, for one of Diaz’s “Shame, Shame, Shame” reports. In the video clip, Diaz (no relation to the senator or his wife) is shown chasing Renelique down the street, peppering him with questions, before Renelique bats the mic out of his hand.
The vigil was organized by Advocates for Life, a Yonkers-based group, and many of the speakers spoke out against abortion and pro-choice groups, in addition to criticizing Renelique.
“A baby is a baby no matter how small it is,” said Ana Sosa, a 19-year-old local resident, and a member of In His Image, a youth group at St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church on University Avenue.
Abortion is “genocide,” said Sosa, rosary beads wrapped tightly around her wrist.
“They are murderers!” said Senator Diaz, pointing at Clinton Place Medical Center across the street, which was shut that day. (Diaz, a Bronx Democrat and Pentecostal minister who typically leans right on social issues, is an ardent pro-life supporter. In the past he’s called abortion “the American holocaust.”)
Diaz’s words aside, it’s unclear whether Renelique and his colleagues actually perform abortions. A woman who answered the phone there last week said they didn’t; Renelique himself didn’t return a call seeking comment.
Regardless, the fact that Renelique is here in the Bronx, and still practicing medicine, gave the crowd reason to pray and protest.
“Enough is enough! Enough is enough!” they shouted in unison.
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