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School Board blasted for contract with group which partners with Planned Parenthood who covers child rape

Posted in child abuse, child predator, Planned Parenthood and Child Predators, Planned Parenthood and teens, Planned Parenthood sex ed, Texas Abortion, Texas abortion clinics with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 7, 2014 by saynsumthn

Crowley ISD LogoThe Crowley star is reporting that controversy erupted at a school board in meeting Crowley this week after attendees learned about the ISD’s partnership with Planned Parenthood.

the paper reports:

What seemed like a simple piece of district housekeeping became a hotly contested debate as Crowley ISD trustees considered renewal of the district’s contract with Communities in Schools for a seventh year.

When the dust cleared, the board approved the contract 5-1, with trustee Sybil Lane voting against it, and Sherri Whiting absent from the meeting.

CIS, a nation-wide organization which provides counseling services to students at risk of dropping out, connects students to social service agencies, healthcare providers, tutoring and food and classroom supplies.

Though CIS has a high success rate – 98 percent of CISD students case managed by CIS graduate from high school said Superintendent Dan Powell – its partnerships with Planned Parenthood and Common Core were called into question during the public comment portion of the meeting.

Faith BusseyFaith Bussey, of Arlington, not only called into question Planned Parenthood’s large abortion industry, but recent news reports charging that some Planned Parenthood workers, mandatory reporters of neglect, as well as physical and sexual abuse, had not been reporting cases of rape and incest in their abortion clientele.

Citing a 12-year research study by Denton-based pro-life organization Life Dynamics, Inc., Bussey said she felt giving students access to Planned Parenthood would be “damaging to young girls.”

Bussey said she was not asking for the district to discontinue it’s association with CIS, but asked if CIS could consider another provider, one that does not provide abortions, to take the place of Planned Parenthood.

Following Bussey’s testimony, another Arlington resident, Robert Harris, called into question CIS’ partnership with Common Core State Standards Initiative, a federally-backed curriculum spearheaded by the Obama administration and adopted by 46 states. The Texas legislature, with the approval of the Texas Education Association, has prohibited the use of Common Core in favor of standards drawn up by TEA.

Read more here.

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The report Bussey was referring to was just released by Life Dynamics last week.

It details actual criminal cases where young girls were taken for abortions at various abortion clinics and Planned Parenthood centers which covered the criminal rape of these children. The group points out that all 50 states are mandatory reporters and these clinics failure to report the rapes to authorities may have led to the victims being raped for years.

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In one incident Life Dynamics’report details the criminal case against a 44-year-old man who took his victim to a Planned Parenthood after he impregnated her.

Life Dynamics discovered that when the victim became pregnant at 16, the abuser forced her to undergo an abortion at a Planned Parenthood facility. The girl later testified that even though her father helped her complete the paperwork at the clinic, signed the consent forms for the procedure and remained nearby during almost every step of the process, she was able to tell the clinic’s staff that he was forcing her to have sex with him. Despite that, Life Dynamics says that it is evident that no report was filed by the clinic since the rapes continued for another year and a half after the abortion.

Another pedophile that began having sex with his stepdaughter when she was 10 years old also chose Planned Parenthood after he impregnated his victim. The report says that the victim refused to submit to the abortion at that time but relented three days later and was taken to a second abortion clinic. Life Dynamics says that it was evident that no report was made by either abortion clinic since the assaults on the child resumed after this abortion.

A 39-year-old child rapist took his victim to a Planned Parenthood in California but was referred to a hospital for the abortion where he falsely claimed that he was the girl’s father. Life Dynamics states that it is clear that neither Planned Parenthood nor the hospital filed a report since the man continued to assault the girl for another seven months.

Read the full report here.

Man who held teen as sex slave took her to Planned Parenthood for abortion after he impregnated her

Posted in Abortion clinic covers sexual abuse, child abuse, child predator, Planned Parenthood and Child Predators, Planned Parenthood and teens with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on August 5, 2014 by saynsumthn

Life Dynamics, Inc. a national pro-life group located in Denton , Texas has released the second part of their child predator investigation.

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The new report details criminal convictions of child pedophiles who raped their victims and when they became pregnant the victim was taken to an abortion clinic or Planned Parenthood for an abortion concealing the crime.

The gist of Life Dynamics’ report is that the medical offices where victims were taken for their abortions are mandatory reporters and because of the clinic’s failure to report suspicion of abuse, the children continued to be raped, sometimes for many years after their abortions.

In once case documented by Life Dynamics, a kidnap victim who was being kept as a sex slave, was taken to a Planned Parenthood where she was given an abortion.

At no time did the tax funded abortion giant report her to authorities for possible abuse. As a result she was returned back into the hands of her abusers.

In June of 2007, a 15-year-old girl went missing for over a year in Connecticut.

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According to several news sources, police found the fifteen year-old victim in the home of forty-one year old sexual predator, Adam Gault. According to police, the girl was held in a locked tiny room, about 3 feet high and 4 to 5 feet deep. The doorway was hidden by a bureau.

Gault, a dog trainer, was arrested with two women who lived in the house, 40-year-old Ann Murphy and Kimberly Cray, 26. The three were charged with conspiracy to commit unlawful restraint, conspiracy to commit risk of injury to a minor and interfering with police.

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Inside the home, where the teen was used by Gault for sex on a regular basis, authorities found a journal the girl had kept detailing her two-year sexual relationship with Gault.

In it, the victim revealed that she had once been impregnated by Gault and taken to Planned Parenthood in West Hartford for an abortion.

According to Life Dynamics, the time lapse between when the abortion occurred and when the victim was located makes it obvious that no report was filed by Planned Parenthood.

Gault was indicted for kidnapping and other charges related to the sexual assaults on the teen. He entered a guilty plea and was sentenced to 50 years in prison by a state judge who said he couldn’t decide whether Gault had a distorted view of reality or was genuinely evil. The women, Ann Murphy, 41, Gault’s partner, and Kimberly Cray, 27, were each sentenced to 10 years in prison, suspended after three years, and five years of probation

A statement by the teen victim was read in the courtroom: “Adam, you hurt me like nobody else has, and I hate you for it. I feel that you ruined me inside in so many different ways. How will I ever know what is the truth and what is a lie?

Just think about this for a moment. The teen was taken for an abortion to Planned Parenthood, who, had they filed a report, may have been rescued from her abusers. This is not a one time instance which accidentally fell through the cracks. As Life Dynamics points out, the failure to report statutory rape is a common practice inside the abortion lobby.

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A 2002, undercover investigation from the Texas group, also confirms this. ( Listen to audio tapes of that investigation here)

Sadly, the Adam Gault / Planned Parenthood rape case is not the only one detailed by Life Dynamics.

You can read additional cases here.

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Life Dynamics says they are working with attorneys to educate them on how they can help end the scandal of abortion clinics and Planned Parenthood centers covering for child rapists. The group’s litigation plan is detailed here for interested attorneys to read.

Texas police officer used abortion to cover raping a child

Posted in child abuse, child predator, Police Abuse with tags , , , , , , , on August 4, 2014 by saynsumthn

A new law in Texas which has closed several abortion clinics is being challenged in the courts this week.

The Center for Reproductive Rights on behalf of several abortion providers is attempting to block further implementation of HB2 passed last year by the Texas legislature.

The lawsuit seeks to prevent the state from requiring abortion facilities to meet the same regulations as ambulatory surgical centers.

But a dark and unreported underbelly of the abortion industry is beginning to emerge after a Texas pro-life organization released a stunning report which documents how the abortion industry is used to cover child rape.

Now, no one is for child rape. At least that is what we have been told. One would assume that pro-life and pro-choice forces alike would oppose such brutality. But what Life Dynamics has just published on their website ChildPredators.com shows a lack of concern or care for little girls who could be rape victims by the abortion industry.

The organization located in Denton, Texas reviewed hundreds of criminal cases where adult men were raping their young victims, sometimes for years. At some point the victim became pregnant by the pedophile rapist and abortion was used to cover the crime.

Life Dynamics points out that mandatory reporting laws exist in all 50 states and that a victim does not have to actually say that she is being raped, for the laws to apply.

In their report, the group details cases across the nation. But for this report we have selected to highlight one case from the state of Texas.

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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.

Isenhower was 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 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.

In all the hoopla of abortion clinics closing, I would like to ask – if this one is still in operation and if so – why?

Seems to me even the pro-choice lobby would join me in calling for this clinic to be closed down and those who failed this little girl to be charged with breaking the laws. But, then again, maybe not !

Group seeks attorneys for litigation against abortion clinics and Planned Parenthood centers

Posted in Abortion clinic covers sexual abuse, child abuse, child predator, Life Dynamics, Mark Crutcher with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 31, 2014 by saynsumthn

July 31, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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“As horrific and indefensible as the pedophile priest situation is, in sheer numbers it pales when compared to what’s happening within America’s family planning establishment,” Life Dynamics president, Mark Crutcher.

Today, Life Dynamics, Inc., a national pro-life organization located in Denton, Texas has announced that they are launching a national litigation plan to educate attorneys on how they can help stop the scandal of family planning centers covering up for men who rape children.

Last week, Life Dynamics released the second part of their child predator investigation which covers actual criminal cases against pedophiles who used abortion to cover their crimes.

The report, entitled, “The Cover-Up of Child Sexual Abuse”, clearly proves that the failure of family planning clinics to comply with mandatory reporting laws is having profound, real-world consequences for the victims of child sexual abuse.

Read the full report here. ( http://www.childpredators.com/cases/ )

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Now, Life Dynamics is showing attorneys the opportunities that exist in this area of law and how to litigate these cases.

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Life Dynamics president, Mark Crutcher, explains, “In all 50 states, sexual activity with underage children is illegal. Every state also has mandatory reporting statutes that compel the reporting of reasonable suspicions of child sexual abuse to a designated law enforcement or child protective services agency. That entity is then responsible to investigate in order to determine whether a sexual offense has occurred. Those who are classified as mandatory reporters vary from state to state, but in every jurisdiction healthcare workers are included. The responsibility for determining that an underage girl has, or has not, been a victim of sexual abuse lies solely with the state. Healthcare workers have no obligation and no authority to investigate suspicions of child sexual abuse or make decisions about whether a crime has been committed. Whatever conclusions they might draw relative to these situations are unrelated to their mandatory reporting duties.”

Life Dynamics tells interested attorneys that Forbes Magazine once described sexual abuse litigation as “The Next Wave of Litigation.” In the article, Massachusetts trial attorney, Roderick MacLeish, Jr., stated that, “There is an absolute explosion of sexual abuse litigation, and there will continue to be. This is going to be a huge business.”

Crutcher elaborates on how this applies to litigation against family planning clinics, “America’s high rate of teen pregnancy is being driven by an epidemic of illicit sexual contact between underage girls and adult males. Life Dynamics has shown that this tragedy is being abetted by family planning service providers affiliated with organizations like Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Federation. The focus of the Forbes article was limited to the pedophile priest scandal in the Catholic Church and it failed to see the much larger picture. As horrific and indefensible as the pedophile priest situation is, in sheer numbers it pales when compared to what’s happening within America’s family planning establishment. Every day, these organizations have contact with thousands of sexually active minor girls – the majority of whom are victims of illegal sexual abuse. This scandal allows the abuse to continue with physical and emotional consequences that can be devastating for the victims. Representing the children and parents victimized by these groups fits the business model outlined in the article.”

Life Dynamics explains that in addition to the various criminal charges that could be brought against someone who violates mandatory reporting statutes, civil causes of action exist for, or on behalf of, any child who suffers physical or psychological injuries after being denied the protection of these statutes.

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Plaintiffs in these lawsuits could be the minor child, her parents, or both.

The Texas organization has outlined possible civil remedies: ( Note this is a partial list. To see the full list visit the Attorney Project page on the Child Predators website !)

Tortious Interference with Parental Rights: It is common for family planning service providers to assist, or even encourage, minor children to conceal their sexual activity from their parents. Even in states that allow children to receive family planning services without the knowledge of their parents, providers of these services are still required to comply with mandatory reporting statutes. The agency that investigates the report could determine that an interview with the child’s parents is warranted. Therefore, anyone who violates the mandatory reporting statutes may be interfering with the parent-child relationship by denying the parents an opportunity to act in the best interests of their child.
Kidnapping or False Imprisonment: Taking a child without the authority of the child’s parents or guardian is kidnapping. Holding or confining a child without lawful authority is false imprisonment. This applies to any school district or state agency that takes a child for family planning services without her parent’s knowledge. Further, when a child is brought to a family planning service provider by anyone other than her parent or guardian, and the provider “keeps” her in the facility for the benefit of another (such as an adult who is having sexual relations with her) the facility becomes party to the tortious conduct. The cause of action is not related to the provision of services, but the circumstance under which the services are provided.

Civil Rights Violations: Whenever a reporting statute is violated, the girl involved is denied the protection of a law that was specifically intended to protect her. When that violation is by a state agency, a family planning services provider, or under color of law, a civil rights cause of action may exist. Statutory violations become civil rights issues when it can be demonstrated that the victim class is disproportionately made up of minorities.

In this case, it is well established that family planning service providers target minority communities, apply for government funds on that basis, and locate a disproportionate number of their facilities in or near those communities. The result is that African-American females now have abortions at a rate more than three times that of white females. Therefore, an underage girl may be less likely to have her sexual abuse investigated if she is black than if she is white.

Class Actions: Life Dynamics’ research shows that among family planning service providers, violations of mandatory reporting statutes are seldom, if ever, isolated events. Depending on the location of the facility and the demographic makeup of the clientele, Life Dynamics knows that the non-reporting rate generally exceeds 90 percent. In fact, during one of the undercover calls conducted by Life Dynamics, to family planning centers, a counselor volunteered to our caller that the facility she worked for had “never reported anyone.”

Clearly, this behavior opens the door for class action suits. The rules for bringing this type of litigation vary among state and federal courts and the qualification of the client as a representative member of a class will be determined by these factors.

Crutcher concludes, “Evidence needed to pursue litigation against family planning service providers is both current and readily available. Data put out by Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Federation proves that they have had contact with hundreds of thousands of sexually active underage girls every year for more than three decades, and government documentation confirms those figures. The data also shows that in only a tiny fraction of these instances were reports of suspected abuse made.

“Since we began releasing the details of our investigation, neither of these organizations has altered their practices regarding this issue. The result is that the flaunting of mandatory reporting laws that we originally documented continues unabated. Given that they provide services to several thousand sexually active underage girls every day, it is clear that the number of potential plaintiffs is enormous and growing daily.

Life Dynamics says that whether attorneys are seasoned personal injury attorneys with an established practice, or one that is just getting started, their organizations’ litigation support services are offered free of charge.

To assist attorneys further, Life Dynamics has created a sample television spot and has offered to help create professional radio, television and print ads, as well.

Interested personal injury attorneys can call Mark Crutcher or Renee Hobbs at 940-380-8800 or contact them by e-mail at: Mark@ProLifeAmerica.com or Renee@Pro-LifeAmerica.com.

For more information, please read Life Dynamics’ litigation plan at the Child Predators website here:
http://www.childpredators.com/the-plan/ .

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For an interview contact Life Dynamics here (940) 380-8800

About Life Dynamics http://www.lifedynamics.com
Mark Crutcher’s Bio http://www.lifedynamics.com/Pro-life_Group/Prolife_Activist/
Visit the Attorney Project page here: http://www.childpredators.com/the-attorney-project/
Read the Litigation Plan here: http://www.childpredators.com/the-plan/
Read the latest report here http://www.childpredators.com/cases/

Mom takes daughter for abortion after husband rapes her- clinic fails to file report

Posted in Abortion clinic covers sexual abuse, child abuse, child predator with tags , , , , , , , , on July 31, 2014 by saynsumthn

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A new report just released by the group Life Dynamics, Inc. shows documented criminal cases of men who raped innocent kids and when the child became pregnant they were taken, sometimes by the pedophile, and sometimes by another person to abortion clinics who failed to file abuse reports with the state.

According to the report, every state has mandatory reporting statutes.

Health workers should know that the pregnancy of an underage child is a clear sign of sexual activity. As a result, any child seeking an abortion should be reported for possible sexual abuse.

Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics Inc. explains, “In almost every case of adult men having sex with minor girls, the perpetrators are aware that the relationship is illegal and could land them in prison. They also know that one of the most likely ways for them to get caught is for their victims to become pregnant. When that happens, their back up plan is inevitably going to involve abortion. As a result, there is no place within the medical community where underage victims of sexual abuse are more likely to be found than at abortion clinics. The question is: how are these girls dealt with when they show up at those clinics?”

According to Life Dynamics, when an underage girl seeks an abortion, a pregnancy test, contraceptive drugs or devices, or treatment for a sexually transmitted disease,that is evidence of sexual intercourse involving a girl who cannot legally consent to sexual intercourse.

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In one such case outlined by Life Dynamics, a 29 year old adult male raped his stepdaughter beginning when she was only 13 years-old and her own mother took her for an abortion to help conceal the crime.

This flies in the face of the excuses that an abortion clinic can decide which child is the victim of abuse or not. In some of the cases Life Dynamics outlined, the child was coerced to tell the clinic their boyfriend impregnated them, despite the fact that they were being raped by an adult.

According to Life Dynamics, court documents show that Xavier Sherron began having intercourse with his 13-year-old stepdaughter in late 2001 or early 2002.

In March of 2002, Sherron told his wife, Charlotte, that he had been having sex with the child and that she was pregnant.

As repulsive as this sounds, Charlotte, the victim’s mother, later testified that she tolerated the arrangement because she did not want to lose the financial support Sherron was providing.

The mom then scheduled an abortion at the Women’s Clinic in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, for her victimized daughter!

Life Dynamics says that it is evident this abortion clinic failed to file a report, since authorities were not notified until they were contacted months later by a relative who had become aware of the situation.

Sherron was eventually convicted of statutory rape and given 26 years in prison without the possibility of parole.

His wife, Charlotte Sherron was convicted of being an accessory after the fact and sentenced to three years in prison and two years of post-release supervision.

So, lets recap…. A man rapes a child. The child gets pregnant. The mother knows the child is being raped. The mother takes the child to an abortion clinic to conceal the rape. Because the child was taken by the mom- it seems as though she was able to convince the clinic the sexual activity leading to the pregnancy was not a crime, becoming an accomplice to the crime herself. But- the LAW requires that medical workers report when a young girl might – emphasis on might be a victim of abuse. The clinic failed to file the report – and was never charged !

Sadly this was not the only time these for-profit businesses disregarded mandatory reporting laws – read more horrific rape and cover-up stories here.

Florida abortion clinic fails to report sexual abuse leaving victim to the rapist

Posted in Abortion clinic covers sexual abuse, child abuse, child predator with tags , , , , , , , , , , on July 31, 2014 by saynsumthn

A Texas group has released a shocking report identifying several child sexual rapists who were able to continue their rapes when medical workers failed to report the abuse.

The report is called The Cover-up of Child Sexual Abuse and it was published by Life Dynamics, Inc., a national pro-life organization located in Denton, Texas.

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One of the pedophiles identified by Life Dynamic was a 36 year-old man who took his girlfriend’s mentally impaired daughter to two medical facilities and both appeared to cover the abuse by not reporting it.

According to Life Dynamics, in all 50 states, sexual activity with underage children is illegal. Also, every state mandates that if a healthcare worker has reason to suspect that an underage girl is being sexually abused, they are required by law to report that information to a designated law enforcement or child protective services agency. That agency is then responsible to investigate the possibility that the child may be the victim of sexual abuse or statutory rape.

Because the pregnancy of an underage girl is evidence that she is the victim of sexual abuse, any healthcare worker who has contact with a pregnant underage girl has an obligation to initiate a report to the state.

This was not the case when the rape victim of Nathaniel Lamar Clark was taken to medical facilities for abortions on two separate occasions.

According to the report published by the Texas organization, Clark would have sex with the child while her mother was at work.

When the little girl got pregnant, Clark took her to what she later told police was “the abortion place” in Jacksonville, Florida.

According to Life Dynamics, the mere fact that this sexual pedophile continued his rapes of the child is proof that no report was filed.

In fact, two years later when the girl was 15, she was taken for a second abortion at the All Women’s Center abortion clinic in Jacksonville.

Court records show that authorities were hampered in their investigation because the abortion clinic’s staff refused to identify any of the employees involved.

Clark eventually confessed and was given 10 years in prison.

Despite the fact that mandatory reporting laws were flagrantly violated no one at the abortion clinic or clinics was prosecuted for their failure to report.

Life Dynamics writes in their report that, “they have consistently found that the law enforcement community is functionally indifferent to the problem of abortion clinics not complying with mandatory reporting statutes even in the face of irrefutable evidence that violations are occurring. Among all the cases we researched ¬– whether they are included in this report or not – we never found one example in which criminal charges were brought against an abortion clinic employee for failing to comply with their state’s mandatory reporting statutes. This was true even when this failure was (a) noted during the investigation and/or trial and (b) was a direct contributor to subsequent assaults on these children. In some cases, the abortion clinics flaunting of these laws even resulted in sexual assaults being committed against other underage girls.”

Sadly, this was not the only victim discovered by Life Dynamics. Read more here….

Sexual predator takes victim for three abortions – clinics fail to report abuse

Posted in Abortion clinic covers sexual abuse, child abuse, child predator with tags , , , , , , , , on July 30, 2014 by saynsumthn

Last week the pro-life organization, Life Dynamics, Inc. released a stunning report which detailed actual criminal cases of adult pedophiles who used abortion to cover their crimes.

The group points out that in case after case where the predators impregnated their victims, the abortion clinics failed to report the abuse, leaving the young victims to suffer sometimes years of rape as a result.

One such case detailed by Life Dynamics was case of Martin Castillo who used abortion not once, not twice, but three times to conceal his rapes and three times the abortion clinic or clinics failed to report any suspicion of abuse.

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In 2003, Martin Castillo began sexually abusing the 14-year-old daughter of his girlfriend.

Court records show he warned the victim that if she told anyone what he was doing he would kill her and her mother.

Eventually, the abuse grew to the point that he was having intercourse with her three to four times a week.

Shortly after turning 16, Maddie was pregnant and Castillo forced her to have an abortion.

Six months later, he forced her to have a second abortion and a year later he forced her to have a third.

According to Life Dynamics, since Castillo continued to rape Maddie after each abortion, it is clear no report was filed by any of the abortion clinics involved.

The sexual assaults did not end until September of 2006 when Maddie told her mother and aunt about them and they notified the authorities.

A California court convicted Castillo on 17 counts of lewd acts with a child and gave him 31 years and eight months in prison.

According to Life Dynamics president, Mark Crutcher, “In almost every case of adult men having sex with minor girls, the perpetrators are aware that the relationship is illegal and could land them in prison. They also know that one of the most likely ways for them to get caught is for their victims to become pregnant. When that happens, their back up plan is inevitably going to involve abortion.”

Crutcher says it is critical that states enforce mandatory reporting laws and prosecute those who fail to report, “it is self-evident that when a minor girl seeks an abortion, she represents a textbook example of why mandatory reporting laws were created in the first place. Despite this, we have consistently found that the law enforcement community is functionally indifferent to the problem of abortion clinics not complying with mandatory reporting statutes even in the face of irrefutable evidence that violations are occurring. Among all the cases we researched – whether they are included in this report or not – we never found one example in which criminal charges were brought against an abortion clinic employee for failing to comply with their state’s mandatory reporting statutes. This was true even when this failure was (a) noted during the investigation and/or trial and (b) was a direct contributor to subsequent assaults on these children. In some cases, the abortion clinics flaunting of these laws even resulted in sexual assaults being committed against other underage girls.”

Sadly, the Castillo case is not the only time the abortion industry failed to report suspicion of abuse – Life Dynamics has many more cases detailed here.

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