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'''John Taylor''' (died in Auckland on 30 December 2008) was a late-term abortionist at the [[Epsom Day Unit]] abortion mill. He was married to [[Marie Taylor]] and the couple had four children. His daughter [[Alison Knowles]] is also an abortionist.<ref name=alranz>[http://www.alranz.org/Newslettersweb/February2009.pdf ALRANZ Newsletter, Feb. 2009]</ref>
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'''John Heywood Taylor''' (died in Auckland on 30 December 2008) was a late-term abortionist at the [[Epsom Day Unit]] abortion mill. He was married to [[Marie Taylor]] and the couple had four children. His daughter [[Alison Knowles]] is also an abortionist.<ref name=alranz>[http://www.alranz.org/Newslettersweb/February2009.pdf ALRANZ Newsletter, Feb. 2009]</ref>
  
 
==Epsom Day Unit==
 
==Epsom Day Unit==

Revision as of 19:58, 28 February 2012

John Taylor

John Heywood Taylor (died in Auckland on 30 December 2008) was a late-term abortionist at the Epsom Day Unit abortion mill. He was married to Marie Taylor and the couple had four children. His daughter Alison Knowles is also an abortionist.[1]

Epsom Day Unit

In 1978 John Taylor was asked to be the Medical Director of the abortion service for the Auckland Hospital Board. He remained in that position at the Epsom Day Hospital until his retirement. During his career he taught and influenced many doctors. Tylor was "a great supporter of Family Planning and the prevention of unplanned pregnancies."[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 ALRANZ Newsletter, Feb. 2009