One such story was about a healthy woman, with whom sidewalk counselors had spoken, who came to Tiller’s to abort a healthy baby so as not to ruin her “tummy tuck.” That woman went through with her abortion in Wichita despite having no risk of suffering a “substantial and irreversible impairment of a major bodily function” [which was the given criteria for a late term abortion in Kansas]. Women were getting late-term abortions of viable babies on a regular basis for appallingly frivolous reasons. Tiller and his staff were thumbing their noses at Kansas law.”Now, this is from Operation Rescue. Maybe they'll full of crap. But considering how women will many times procure abortions for reasons like 'Bad timing', 'I have enough kids, and by enough I mean 2' and otherwise, this is in the realm of possibility.
When situations like this arise, I think the reaction of many in the pro-life movement is to say (paraphrainge Futurama): "I dearly wish I could believe this wasn't true. So, I will."