Pathology Services, Inc. in St. Louis, the lab that has been examining fetal remains from abortions performed at St. Louis Planned Parenthood, has a history of sloppy bookkeeping practices – at least as to its corporate documents.
A recent St. Louis Post-Dispatch article reveals that the lab has missed corporate filings in Missouri, Illinois, and Iowa, the three states in which it operates. Its current Missouri corporate status as of September 21st is “administratively dissolved or revoked” for failure to file an annual report.
Filing corporate documents with the Secretary of State’s office is a routine, pro forma process. If Pathology Services, Inc. is sloppy in this business practice, what other business practice is it performing in a sloppy manner?