PP, Kansas Abortionist Didn’t Report 164 Cases of Child Statutory Rape

23 02 2011

Pro-Life blogger Jill Stanek is reporting that in testimony that former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline gave yesterday, during investigations that he conducted, he found that Planned Parenthood and the late abortionist George Tiller failed to report 164 cases of child statutory rape.

Kline just revealed to the court under oath that he found 166 instances during a specific time period when girls 14 years old and younger got abortions at clinics owned either by late-term abortionist George Tiller or Planned Parenthood of Overland Park.

But during that same time period, Kline testified, Planned Parenthood reported only one case of child rape, and Tiller reported only one case of child rape.

This means there were 164 instances when girls 14-years-old and younger had abortions at one of those abortion clinics, and the clinics failed to report the abortions to authorities.

Great legacy, Mr. Tiller. Way to uphold the law, Planned Parenthood. Why would we expect anything else from either party?

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Landlord Sues Doctor To Block Abortions

5 02 2011

A landlord in Wichita, Kansas, is suing to prevent a tenant from performing abortions, according to the Washington Post:

Abortion services haven’t been offered in Wichita since Dr. George Tiller was gunned down while serving as a church usher in May 2009. Tiller was of the nation’s few late-term abortion providers.

A lawsuit filed this week by Foliage Development seeks a temporary restraining order to keep Dr. Mila Means from performing abortions at its office complex.

Foliage Development argues that performing abortions in the building would be a disruption and nuisance to other tenants and create an unsafe environment.

“Unsafe environment” is a bit subtle. I was thinking of “murderous”, “savage”, “brutal”, or “bloodthirsty”.





More reaction on Tiller shooting

1 06 2009

I’ve had a few ugly comments thrown my way, both here and on another blog where I left comments (see here). Most of the pro-choice blogs and commentors are using this incident to bash pro-lifers and lump them all into the same “right-wing, militant, religious, wacko” basket. Obviously, as it’s turning out, the shooter acted alone. The important thing that these pro-abortion folks are glossing over is the fact that all of the major pro-life organizations have come out with nothing but condemnation for the shooter and sympathy for the abortionist’s family and church. This entire incident is a tragedy all around. The doctor was prevented from repenting his lifestyle of death (as some of the folks who used to work for him did) and becoming a voice for life instead. Thousands of babies were killed by the man. And the cowardly act of the shooter is not doing anything positive for the pro-life movement. We don’t need violence to win the hearts of our country. We’ve got logic and morality on our side.

I like Annie’s post at Generations for Life.

But the truth is that the kind of peaceful prayer witness, compassionate sidewalk counseling and lawful protest that the Pro-Life Action League and Generations for Life promote has NOTHING to do with violence.

The sort of person who will go out to humbly pray at an abortion clinic week after week or reach out to abortion-bound mothers with hope and love has nothing in common with someone who would turn to
violence.

Let’s pray that God will be able to use this terrible act to open the eyes of America to the truth of what abortion is doing to our collective soul.