Marianne Anderson, a former nurse at a Planned Parenthood facility in Indianapolis, recently revealed what she called the "evil" of the abortion industry in an interview with The Clarion.
Anderson told the newspaper she was "on the fence about abortion" when she first started working there.
She became uneasy, however, when she witnessed workers from the national Planned Parenthood office chanting "abortion all the time!"
"Those women from New York acted like an abortion was a rite of passage," she told The Clarion.
"They were like, 'How can you not offer abortion to women? It's their body. They should be able to do whatever they want. How can you force them to have a baby? Abortion should be free to anybody, anytime,'" she recalled.
Anderson described the industry as "a money-grubbing, evil, very sad, sad place to work."
She recounted some of the difficult experiences she had there, including dealing with women who had terrible reactions to their abortions.
For more of her interview, click here.