Great news brothers and sisters in the Lord! The New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas is no longer taking calls about UNM and Curtis Boyd. Too many calls!!!!! PRAISE GOD and thank you New Mexico Alliance for Life!! You can be a part of exposing the horrific acts occurring in New Mexico regarding the selling of baby body parts by making a donation to NM Alliance for Life for the continuation of the investigation they are doing on the University of New Mexico and Southwestern Women’s Options that has been instrumental in getting New Mexico this far.
If you are not familiar with what is going on in the unholy alliance between UNM Health Science Center and late term abortionist Curtis Boyd you can get more details here.
You can also listen to Elisa Martinez’s latest interview with The HUB of New Mexico Christian Radio Station HERE.
Since they are not taking phone calls anymore please heed the following instructions. Even if you have called already PLEASE file a complaint online!
From Susan Swafford with the Calvary Rio Rancho Cultural Impact Ministries:
It has been brought to my attention that the NM Attorney General’s office is no longer taking phone requests regarding the investigation of UNM and Southwest Women’s Options. Apparently they were getting too many phone calls from the Lord’s faithful servants.
The phone listed is not taking requests for investigation over the phone. ( Option #2 )
They direct you to the NM AG website.
We have filed a request for investigation here: (DO IT TODAY. It takes literally seconds to do so).
They ‘Auto-reply’ with an email like this:
The information in your complaint has been received.
Sample of Complaint:
July 7, 2016
P.O. Box 824
Description of Issue:
Example of what to write for description of the issue is:
NM Attorney General Hector Balderas I would respectfully ask you to investigate UNM and Southwestern Women’s Options immediately for possible criminal activity in violation of federal and state law. This is an outrage that our tax dollars are being used to break the law by the University of New Mexico.