Pro-abortion activists tell you the abortion industry is first and foremost concerned about women. Legal abortion, they say, is all about honoring a woman’s privacy, liberating her and making her equal to men. But a recent find at a Flint, Michigan abortion mill proves otherwise. Tens of thousands of personal medical records of women who’ve had abortions over decades were left after a notorious abortionist was put out of business. The confidential records were easily accessible in the unsecured building. In addition, piles of what appeared to be used syringes were also left behind. When the discovery was shared with police, they showed little interest, even though laws had obviously been broken. This was a legal abortion mill, and yet just like a seedy back-alley operation.