An indicted abortion practitioner who works at a abortion clinic in a building owner by Attorney General Eric Holder’s wife will face trial.
Georgia-based abortion practitioner Tyrone Cecil Malloy was responsible for killing a patient in an abortion and he currently faces charges related to Medicaid fraud. A Georgia grand jury indicted Malloy on Medicaid fraud charges in 2011. A state medical board twice reprimanded the abortion doctor.
Today, the Georgia Supreme Court “declined to dismiss criminal charges against an Atlanta doctor charged with defrauding Medicaid for medical tests and services associated with abortions,” the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
“The unanimous ruling means the case against Dr. Tyrone Cecil Malloy, a gynecologist/obstetrician, will go forward to trial in DeKalb County Superior Court. Malloy has pleaded not guilty to the charges,” the newspaper added.
Holder has ties to Malloy and that may help explain why Holder has failed to prosecute abortion practitioners who run afoul of federal laws and why he has been eager to prosecute pro-life advocates who protest outside of abortion centers. Holder’s wife and sister-in-law co-own, through a family trust, the building where Malloy operated.
Fulton County tax records show Holder’s wife and sister-in-law own the building, located at 6210 Old National Highway, College Park, Ga. A statement from the Georgia Department of Law shows the building was home to Old National Gynecology, the practice of abortion practitioner Tyrone Cecil Malloy. A Human Events report from 2012 shows Holder failed to disclose his wife’s ownership of the building. The attorney general’s financial disclosure reports for 2008 through 2011 show Holder neglected to report his wife’s co-ownership.
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