What Will Happen to Brigham’s New Jersey Abortion Clinics Now that His Medical Director’s License Is Revoked?


By Cheryl Sullenger
Operation Rescue

Trenton, NJ – The fate of seven New Jersey abortion facilities affiliated with the disgraced abortionist Steven Chase Brigham hang in the balance without a licensed physician to claim ownership of the troubled abortion chain as required by state law.

An initial decision dated January 25, 2019, from an Administrative Law Judge Thomas R. Betancourt has ordered the long-awaited revocation of 82-year old Vikram Kaji’s medical license based on his history of heart disease, stroke depression, and cognitive impairment due to a diagnosis of dementia. He also has some loss of dexterity in his dominate right hand.

During Kaji’s administrative hearing held on September 26-27, 2018, Judge Betancourt noted that at times Kaji seemed confused and could not list the seven abortion clinics that he worked at, much less the nine total clinics he is said to oversee. The judge also noted that during one day of the hearing, Kaji arrived late and seemed confused about where he should sit, then fell asleep during testimony from one of the witnesses.

Continue reading to find out why this latest decision should close seven abortion clinics in New Jersey.


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