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June 01, 2005

More bad news for Pedophiles for Choice

From the LifeNews:

An Indiana judge has ruled that the state's attorney general can move forward with an investigation on why teenagers who were victims of statutory rape possibly had abortions without the rapes being reported to authorities.
To further the investigation, Indiana Attorney General Steve Carter asked the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit to help his office track down medical records of 84 girls who visited Planned Parenthood abortion businesses.

Planned Parenthood fought the records request in court and, Tuesday, Marion County Superior Court Judge Kenneth Johnson said the abortion business must comply.

The ruling allows Carter's office to receive records of girls under the age of 14 who had abortions at Planned Parenthood.

Planned Parenthood maintains none of the girls involved had abortions and the abortion advocacy group claimed Carter was on a "fishing expedition" with his investigation and said it will seek a delay in the enforcement of the ruling.

Now, get this...

"We absolutely intend to uphold the privacy of our doctor-patient-relationships," Betty Cockrum, chief executive of Planned Parenthood of Indiana, told the Associated Press.

All along the abortion industry has been claiming that the patient is the child getting the abortion, and the parents have no right to know about it. But when the DA starts investigating sexual molestation...what does the abortion industry do?

Since Carter started looking into the potential problems, Planned Parenthood has instructed former clients not to turn over their own copies of medical records related to their visits to the abortion business.

How do you contact a 12 year-old who was brought in to have an abortion by the pedophile who was molesting her? Or did they, instead, contact the pedophile? How would they make such a contact without letting the parents know, unless they did contact the person who forced the child to have the abortion? And isn't their act of instructing former “clients”, obstruction of justice?

Posted by Danny Carlton at June 1, 2005 07:38 AM

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