Planned Parenthood of Greater Orlando
726 South Tampa Avenue
Orlando, FL 32805
1120 State Road 436 #1000
Casselberry, FL 32707-6183
(Felski performs also abortions in his office according to his phone receptionist.)
812 Brightwater Circle
Maitland, FL 32751
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Emil Felski left to right: At work in his Casselberry office; in the Planned Parenthood Orlando parking lot; in the 1989 film Parenthood.
YOB: May 1944
This practitioner currently holds staff privileges at the following hospital/medical/health institutions:
Florida Hospital, Altamonte Springs
South Seminole Hospital, Longwood
Winter Park Memorial Hospital, Winter Park
This practitioner has indicated the following additional state licensure: Missouri, Texas
Emil Felski is an Orlando area area abortionist who has worked at EPOC clinic and Planned Parenthood of Greater Orlando.
Church: Northland (a notorious seeker-friendly church.)
By Patte Smith, May 17, 2008
Emil Felski has been a notorious abortionist in Central Florida for many, many years. He was seen attending Northland week after week. When I asked him what he was getting out of the sermons Felski flipped me the finger. Let us pray that pastors begin once again to preach the sinfulness of man and the eternal consequences of their sin. Instead of avoiding the bloody offense of the Cross let us pray that these churchmen would come under the conviction of the Holy Spirit and be faithful to their calling to be clear in the necessity of a genuine repentance so that the way of salvation would not be shrouded in modern therapeutic quackery.
Emil Felski also plays a character in Steve Martin’s 1989 movie, Parenthood, which was directed by Ron Howard and filmed in Orlando.
The plot of the film has a couple, Steve Martin and Mary Steenburgen, first considering having an abortion, but deciding to keep the baby. The doctor who delivers the baby is Emil Felski. Parenthood was filmed in Orlando and Felski played the part of the doctor.
Emil Felski: “That´s great! You´re doin´ great. One more push, and the baby will be here. Bear down. Push. We´re almost there, Mom. Come on. Push. That´s it. Great. You´re doin´ great. You´re doin´ fine. Here we go now. I can see the head. Push. Here comes the baby. Good. Here it is. It´s a girl! Good! Congratulations, Mom.”
Here is an even more ironic story concerning a woman who worked in Felski’s office who was brutally murdered. The murderer asked for the death penalty and Felski said to WESH-TV news reporters: “He wants to have the death penalty. We agree with his choice.”
WESH, April 15, 2008
CASSELBERRY, FL – A man has confessed that he hogtied, beat and stabbed a woman to death, and he said it is time he pays for it — possibly with his life.
David Russ is asking the judge to consider the death penalty for him and hold back evidence that might earn him mercy. The victim, Madeleine Leinen, 58, was part of the family at the doctor’s office where she worked.
“The patients love her. Months later they would come in only to find out it was her who had been killed,” Dr. Emil Felski said.
Russ was eventually arrested in Texas. He pleaded guilty instead of going to trial.
“I stood in front of you for these charges and pleaded guilty. I was found competent. I’m here vulnerable as should be the case,” Russ said.
Still facing the possibility of death, Russ is asking the judge for no jury and no witnesses to say he shouldn’t be put to death.
“I don’t want my family or the victim’s family to be dragged in here to put on mitigation which actually might succeed. I’ve struggled with drug addiction. I was abused as a child,” Russ said.
“Just seems like a ploy so he won’t have to face Madeleine’s family, his own family,” Felski said. “He didn’t give Madeleine a choice. Madeleine wanted to live. Madeleine enjoyed life. She wasn’t given any choices.”
Felski and Leinen’s family don’t want Russ to be labeled a man so willing to face the music, that he catches a break.
“He wants to have the death penalty. We agree with his choice,” Felski said.
The judge has set another hearing to let the attorneys lay out what they would say in a penalty hearing.
Emil Felski – 7/16/2011
MAITLAND, FL – Emil Felski is an Orlando area area abortionist who has worked for James Pendergraft. He now works for Planned Parenthood of Greater Orlando. In the beginning of this video, you can see him walking to work from his maroon SUV. In one of the images, he is holding what appears to be a glock.
A few years ago, pro-life evangelist Patte Smith told us that Felski had been attending Joel Hunter’s Northland Church in nearby Maitland Florida.
Emil Felski has been a notorious abortionist in Central Florida for many, many years. He was seen attending Northland week after week. When I asked him what he was getting out of the sermons Felski flipped me the finger. Let us pray that pastors begin once again to preach the sinfulness of man and the eternal consequences of their sin. Instead of avoiding the bloody offense of the cross let us pray that these churchmen would come under the conviction of the Holy Spirit and be faithful to their calling to be clear in the necessity of a genuine repentance so that the way of salvation would not be shrouded in modern therapeutic quackery.
Local pro-lifers decided a few months back that it was beyond time that Felski’s trade as a baby killer be exposed to all his patients at his Ob-Gyn practice. Since then an awareness campaign at his “legitimate” practice has occurred at least once a month. July 16th, 2011 was the first time a residential picket was held at the gates of Felski’s community. The neighbors here were more contentious than at any other residential picket I’ve witnessed. The reaction was mixed with some very concerned about an abortionist in their neighborhood and some upset we were showing graphic signs of aborted babies in front of their lovely gated community. There were three police cruisers who stayed most of the time but left before the end. I could tell they were concerned about us not stepping over the property line, but they were very reasonable. The Gospel was preached and several of Felski’s neighbors stayed and watched. A few talked to us for a long time.