The Abortion News the Texas Media is Censoring
A Texas abortion law which has closed several abortion clinics in the state is once again in the news after the Supreme Court intervened to block its implementation.
In an unsigned order, the justices suspended an Oct. 2 ruling by a panel of the New Orleans-based U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals that Texas could require abortion clinics to meet the same safety standards as other ambulatory surgical centers in the state.
While the appeal process continues the media is in an all out frenzy to interview abortion clinic workers for a response. What the news media is intentionally censoring however is that a dark and unreported underbelly of the abortion industry is emerging after a Texas pro-life organization released a report which documents how the abortion industry is used to cover child rape.
The news media is so consumed with an abortion agenda that they have put on blinders and refuse to report the abuses that abortion clinics and specifically clinics in Texas are involved in.
After publishing an undercover investigation of 800 recorded phone calls to abortion and Planned Parenthood facilities nationwide including Texas, showing how these for profit clinics cover for pedophiles, Life Dynamics has published on their website ChildPredators.com a summary of criminal cases which proves the abortion industry is continuing in their lack of concern or care child rape victims.
Life Dynamics, an organization located in Denton, Texas reviewed hundreds of criminal cases where adult men were raping their young victims, sometimes for years.
In July of 2014, the group’s findings were released in a report they entitled, “The Cover-Up of Child Sexual Abuse” and published on the website ChildPredators.com
Although the report shows that child rape victims are being taken for abortions in clinics nationwide to cover the crime, this blog post will focus on cases from Texas.
To date, there has been virtual silence by the main stream media regarding this report.
A 52 year-old Texas police officer took his child victim to an abortion clinic in Houston for an abortion after he impregnated the teen.
James Bernard Isenhower was a Danbury, Texas, police officer when he began the sexual relationship with the 14-year-old daughter of a woman he was dating.
According to Life Dynamics, when the victim became pregnant, Isenhower took her to a Houston area abortion clinic.
Documents show that the victim’s mother accompanied them and, afterward, was forced by Isenhower to destroy the documentation from the abortion clinic so that there would be no paper trail.
At trial, the mother testified that she was afraid not to comply with his demands because she was not a legal resident of the United States.
The Texas group which produced the report says that Isenhower continued to assault the little girl for several years after the abortion, proving that no report was filed by the abortion clinic.
The victim herself finally came forward and told authorities what was occurring.
With zero help from this abortion clinic, Isenhower was eventually convicted on child sexual assault charges in both Colorado and Texas. He is currently serving a 20-year sentence in the state penitentiary in Huntsville, Texas.
The child victim has suffered for years as a result of the abortion clinics’ flagrant disregard of mandatory reporting statutes, yet no one at the clinic faces scrutiny or charges.
But- this is not the only Texas case Life Dynamics found.
Authorities say the attacks began when the girl was 8 years old and continued until she was 20. According to reports, the victim became pregnant three times starting when she was 16.
The first time she testified that she after she discovered that she was pregnant Ring took her to a clinic in Houston where she had an abortion.
Life Dynamics points out that the abuse continued for many years after the abortion, making it clear that the abortion facility did not file a report.
Despite the fact that the child was taken before medical personnel at a Houston abortion clinic, aborted, and returned into the hands of her sexual rapist, with no report filed, she continued to be assaulted and became pregnant two more times by Ring.
In 2005, the victim finally reported the abuse to authorities.
A Brazoria County grand jury indicted Ring on charges of aggravated sexual assault of a child, sexual assault of a child and sexual assault. In 2010, he was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
How is it that abortion workers, in a state that requires mandatory reporting by health care workers, were not investigated or charged in their failure to report these crimes?
In all the hoopla over a new law in Texas that can regulate abortion clinics, I would like to ask why no one in the media has wondered- if these abortion clinics which covered rape are still in operation?
We may never know the answer to that question because the media is complicit in promoting abortion no matter who it hurts, be it unborn children, women, or child rape victims.