City Halts Program Burning Fetuses To Create Electricity

A report by a Catholic newspaper in Vancouver, British Columbia led to a government halting a controversial program where medical waste from British Columbia including aborted human fetuses were being trucked down to Salem, Oregon and then burned to create electrical power. The Marion County Board Of Commissioners which largely serve the medium-sized  city of Salem, voted to halt the program at the Covanta-Marion power company which since 1987 had proclaimed on it’s website to be turning waste into electrical power. At least one whistle-blower worker claimed to TV station KOIN that medical waste that may contain aborted human fetuses might have been among the medical waste shipped down two or three times a week in giant 53 ft. long trailers to the waste to energy site. A large Catholic community exists in the city of Salem due to a large influx of Hispanic immigrants to the city in more recent years, where news of possible human fetuses being burned to provide electrical power outraged the religious values of many citizens of the city. covanta

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