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June 13, 2005

Murdering babies and raping children in Kansas

From LifeNews:

The Kansas Supreme Court has scheduled a hearing on September 8 to determine whether two abortion facilities should be allowed to hold up sexual abuse investigations concerning former patients.

Attorney General Phill Kline wants to obtain medical records from the abortion businesses to aide in his investigation of dozens of potential statutory abuse cases.

Kline is also looking into why the girls had potentially illegal abortions and why the abortion businesses did not report the possible rapes to authorities.

Last year a Shawnee County judge issued subpoenas for the records of 90 patients from George Tiller's late-term abortion facility in Wichita and the Overland Park abortion business run by Planned Parenthood.

Both have asked the state Supreme Court to overturn the subpoenas.

Officials at the abortion facilities say turning over medical records to authorities would violate the privacy of the young women.

Kline has confirmed that his office would never release any personal information to the public.

"Child rape is a serious crime, and when a 10-year-old is pregnant, she has been raped under Kansas law," Kline has said. "As the state's chief law enforcement official, I have a duty to investigate in order to protect Kansas children."


A Kansas agency has permanently revoked the medical license of a Kansas City abortion practitioner cited repeatedly for violating health and safety standards at his abortion facility. Krishna Rajanna closed his abortion business two months ago when his license was temporarily suspended.

In a unanimous vote on Friday, the Kansas Board of Healing Arts decided to remove Rajanna's license for good.

A BOHA inspector made two surprise visits in March to Rajanna's abortion business and reported that the facility was unclean, Rajanna and his staff kept syringes of medications in an unlocked refrigerator, and he found a dead mouse in the hallway.

Rajanna told the Associated Press that he had not been given an opportunity to correct the problems, but this wasn't the first inspections where problems were found. He also told the board in early April that the problems had been corrected.

The baby killing industry seems to have gotten way, way out of hand. That it's allowed to exist is outrageous enough, but that these murderers get away with so much more for so long is even more outrageous.

Posted by Danny Carlton at June 13, 2005 07:55 AM

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