WMAF couple in SF murders father in gruesome case

A circular saw. A severed head. Walls covered in plastic — and a bathtub coated with traces of blood.

That was the grisly scene police uncovered when investigators entered the home of a missing elderly man in the Outer Mission last month.

Prosecutors described the “ruthless killing and dismemberment” of the man authorities believe is 73-year-old Benedict Ching in court records filed Monday in the murder case against Ching’s daughter and her husband.

Stephanie Ching, 35, and Douglas Lomas, 44, are accused of beheading the man before boarding a flight to China on May 20 with their two children in an alleged attempt to flee the country.

The couple was arrested on a warrant upon landing in Beijing, China and returned to the U.S.

On Monday, Stephanie Ching and Lomas appeared in court at the Hall of Justice for the first time.

https://www.sfexaminer.com/the-city/prosecutors-detail-ruthless-dismemberment-of-elderly-father-at-outer-mission-home/

Seventh woman in 16 weeks taken by ambulance from NYC Planned Parenthood

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Operation Rescue has reported that yet another woman was transported by ambulance from New York City’s Margaret Sanger Center Planned Parenthood on June 7. This marks the seventh woman transported in just 16 weeks from this dangerous abortion facility.

Pro-life activists praying at the scene obtained photographs and video footage of a woman being loaded into an ambulance after coming out of the facility. Two ambulances were called to the scene to assist the woman, a trend which Operation Rescue has noticed with increasing regularity. The organization previously surmised that the Sanger Center may be attempting a workaround of the 911-system, resulting in confusion with multiple ambulances dispatched for one patient. Bypassing the 911-exchange would mean that there were no public records of the ambulance dispatch.