Man sentenced to jail after impregnating 13 year-old later taken for abortion
According to reports, the girl met Latham while visiting a park.
The victim told police Latham did not ask the teen’s age before or during sex that took place at his home, which, according to court records began in December of 2012.
The girl became pregnant and had an abortion in February 2013. Latham admitted to having sex with the child but claimed he was unaware that she had the abortion.
Latham, pleaded guilty in September to one Class C felony charge of child molesting. In addition to the jail time, he was given three years on probation and ordered to pay $600 in restitution.
According to Life News, Allen County Right to Life was aware of this 13-year-old girl having an abortion (non-identifying information only on her) and the abortionist not reporting it. The pro-life group filed hundreds of complaints with the Indiana State Attorney General’s Office, against abortion doctor Ulrich Klopfer, alleging sloppy record keeping at his abortion clinic.Apparently, Klopfer was not reporting abortions he performed on under age girls. The Indiana Attorney General’s office filed complaints filed against Klopfer and in September asked the state’s medical board to review the license of Klopfer and three of his associates Dr. Kathleen Glover, Dr. Resad Pasic, and Dr. Raymond Robinson, for failing to report.
At the time those charges were filed, Klopfer faced criminal misdemeanor charges of failing to properly report abortions on a 13-year-olds in Gary and South Bend.
Recently, a national pro-life group compiled 60 criminal case summaries showing that abortion and Planned Parenthood centers fail to report abortions on minor children. That report, published by Life Dynamics in Denton, Texas, can be read here.