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Re: “Mom's the word

Help; I find myself in a postion of mistaken identity (or maybe something worse). In November of 1989, at my home in Aurora, Colorado, my husband received a phone call on a Sunday from a woman who said she was calling to confirm an abortion appointment for me for the following day. She had my correct name, and of course, phone number. My husband said, "Oh, I think you must be mistaken." The caller said, "Is Susan Mills your wife?" He said "yes" and handed the phone to me. The caller then asked me if I were Susan Mills and that I was scheduled for an abortion the next day, Monday, at 10 am. I had no such appointment, I was not pregnant, I am involved with pro-life activities, I had never had any association, discussion, nor appointment with any abortion doctor or clinic at any time, ever. All I could think of was that the caller had gotten my name mixed up with someone else at the Kaiser Permanente Clinic in the Gyn Dept where I had recently had a checkup. I later learned that Kaiser doesn't perform any abortions. I'm just trying to figure out who called and why; was it an abortion clinic fishing for clients, or was it a pro-life person looking for someone to save? Has anyone had this type of experience? Any ideas of how I can track this down?

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Posted by lassie4 on 05/26/2010 at 9:12 PM

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