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September 16, 2005

Pedophiles-for-Choice fight court order

From WorldNetDaily...

Planned Parenthood is preparing an appeal of the May 30 ruling by Judge Kenneth H. Johnson of Marion Superior Court, who said in his 23-page decision, "The great public interest in the reporting, investigation and prosecution of child abuse trumps even the patient's interest in privileged communication with her physician, because in the end, both the patient and the state are benefited by the disclosure."

Betty Cockrum, CEO of Planned Parenthood of Indiana, told the New York Times she's fighting the ruling to protect the 100,000 patients who went to the 40 Indiana health centers last year.

"It's surprising and disappointing," Cockrum said. "Patients beyond Planned Parenthood's are looking at this decision with some anxiety. People believe their medical records are sacred."

A similar case is pending in Kansas before the state Supreme Court.

The court order is in response to the discovery that all Planned Genocide Abortuaries refuse to report cases of statutory rape. Their argument about the privacy rights of their “patients” fall flat when it was also revealed that, in Kansas, when faced with having to turn over the records, they fight to make them public, and even notify the pedophiles that bring their victims in to hide their crimes.

Posted by Danny Carlton at September 16, 2005 07:23 AM

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