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Witness outside Planned Parenthood sees very young girls being coerced to abort

Posted in child abuse, child predator, Planned Parenthood and Child Predators, Planned Parenthood and sexual crimes with tags , , , , on September 30, 2012 by saynsumthn

Read transcripts on how Planned Parenthood covers for sexual child abuse here

Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains paid well to say they don’t cover for child sexual predators

Posted in child abuse, child predator, Planned Parenthood and Child Predators, Planned Parenthood Employee with tags , , , , , , , , on August 28, 2012 by saynsumthn

Monica McCafferty Director of Marketing and Communications, Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains

Yesterday, Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains reacted to a Colorado Springs Gazette editorial declaring that the organization is probably worse than Penn State when it comes to covering up child sexual abuse; see our previous coverage below. Since then, Planned Parenthood has sent more info intended to dispel “myths” attacks like the editorial tend to perpetuate.

The editorial, written by onetime Westword profile subject Wayne Laugesen, argued that Planned Parenthood operators routinely fail to report evidence of sexual abuse against minors who call the outfit for services. Planned Parenthood spokeswoman Monica McCafferty told us that local policy calls for the termination of any employee who doesn’t inform authorities about possible crimes, adding that no such incidents have taken place to her knowledge. Late yesterday, she reinforced the assertion with this statement:

While federal and state privacy laws prohibit us from discussing information related to any patient, we can state unequivocally that we maintain and enforce a zero-tolerance policy with respect to any failure to report child abuse and neglect as required by the Colorado Children’s Code. We regularly train our employees on their reporting obligations and we actively audit our own practices and procedures to make certain they are followed.

Well that statement doesn’t seem to pan out when you listen to actual taped phone calls to Planned Parenthood in Colorado and around the nation, and how they handle teh request for an abortion by a 14 year old child admitting she was impregnated by a 22 year old man !

PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
1330 W COLORADO AVE
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80904-4099
719 / 475-7162
(Partial Transcript) Listen to actual audio here
CALLER: Oh. Well, could I ask you real quick? I’m just worried about
getting an abortion, because my friend told me that — like I’m going to be 14 next
month, and she said that you guys would have to tell my parents. But my
boyfriend’s 22. Could he just sign — is he old enough to sign whatever it is and
you wouldn’t have to tell anybody?
CLINIC: You’re 14 and your boyfriend is 22?
CALLER: Well, I’ll be 14 next month.
CLINIC: So you’re 13.
CALLER: Uh-huh.
CLINIC: Legally that’s statutory rape, and if you were to express that to
someone at our clinic we would definitely have to report it.
CALLER: Oh. But what should I do then?
CLINIC: You don’t have to have parental consent to come here for an
abortion. But like I said, if you express it to someone in the clinic and we
document that, then legally we have to report it.
CALLER: So should somebody else bring me then?
CLINIC: I would suggest that.

PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF THE ROCKY MOUNTIANS
2030 E 20TH AVE.
DENVER, CO 80205
303 / 321-2458
(Partial Transcript- Listen to Actual Audio here)

CALLER: The thing is, I’m going to be 14 later on this month, and my friend
said that you guys would have to tell my parents. But my boyfriend’s 22. Is he
old enough to take care of it, and you wouldn’t have to tell anybody?
CLINIC: You’re 13 years old right now?
CALLER: Yeah.
CLINIC: No. Hold on just a second, hon.
CALLER: All right.
CLINIC: What we would like to do to get you in here to kind of see where
you’re at in terms of — there’s no such thing as parental notification, but we can
kind of just figure out what’s going on with your situation and the fee and all
that kind of stuff, and to explain what happens during an abortion and all that.
CALLER: Me and my boyfriend were talking about all this. And he said he
would pay cash for everything. But we don’t want anyone to know about us. Would
he have to fill out any forms or sign anything if he was paying for it?
CLINIC: Yeah, sure. Let me find out for you. Hold on.
(Short pause)
CLINIC: Appointments for you and all your information would be confidential.
CALLER: Okay. So my boyfriend wouldn’t have to sign anything?
CLINIC: No, he doesn’t sign anything. It doesn’t have anything to do with
him…..

(Later in conversation):
CALLER: Well, I just don’t want anyone to know about me and my boyfriend.
My friend said that since I’m going to be 14 later on this month that my parents
have to know about all this. But my boyfriend’s 22
, and he said that he would take
care of everything. So would that be all right and you wouldn’t have to tell
anybody?

Later on Planned Parenthood gives the teen being abused by a 22 year old adult an out- call another location and keep quiet:

CLINIC: Sure. But you understand that the government or the Social Services
does require that we report that because they consider that — because you’re a
teen and he’s an adult.
CALLER: Well, what can happen?
CLINIC: I don’t know what Social Services does once we report that. But
that’s entirely up to you if you want to be seen here. But we’re required to do
that. I can give you referrals of other places if you’re interested. But the
first order of business for you is to really have a pregnancy test.
CALLER: Yeah. Well, if I didn’t tell anybody about him, would that be all
right, and you wouldn’t have to say anything then?
CLINIC: Well, probably not being truthful is going to be a problem, but
that’s up to you to decide what it is that you want to do. I wouldn’t make any
recommendations to you on that score.
CALLER: Okay.
CLINIC: But let me give you some other providers too that might be helpful.
First you want to give yourself a pregnancy test.
Mayfair is in Aurora. And that’s 303-696-9761. That’s another office. Dr.
Bernstein, and that’s 303-399-6120.
CALLER: What was that last one?
CLINIC: 399-6120.
CALLER: Okay? So if I don’t tell them anything, that would be better?
CLINIC: That wouldn’t be an advice that I would give you.

In 2011- the TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS for Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains was $ 3,739,003

A 2008 990 from Planned Parenthood reveals the following:

Vicky Cowart, president and CEO took in a whopping $217,701 in base compensation plus $30, 525 in bonus and incentive compensation , $7447.00 in deferred compensation, $8401.00 in nontaxable benefits – for a grand total of $264,077

John Duffy CFO of Finance took in $128,752 plus $8854 in other compensation

Gail Kelley COO/ Senior VP took in $138,401 plus $5123 in other compensation

Jodell Allen Physician took in $171,853 in base compensation , $5153.00 in deferred compensation, $4809.00 in nontaxable benefits, for a grand total of $181,818

Savita Ginde worked on 20 hours a week as Medical Director to earn $253,503 in base compensation $7605.00 in deferred compensation $5153.00 in nontaxable benefits, for a grand total of $266,251

Planned Parenthood, worse than Penn State: President should order an investigation

Posted in child abuse, child predator, Children, Planned Parenthood and Child Predators with tags , , , , , , on August 27, 2012 by saynsumthn

Planned Parenthood, worse than Penn State: President should order an investigation
August 26, 2012 7:00 PM / WAYNE LAUGESEN FOR THE Town Hall EDITORIAL BOARD

We take sexual abuse of children quite seriously in the United States, but only selectively.

When Americans learned that Penn State employees didn’t make use of evidence that assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was having sex with children, we were collectively outraged. After Sandusky’s conviction on 45 counts of sexual abuse, the culture rightly wanted heads to roll. We demanded to know who knew what, when they knew it and why those people had not moved heaven and earth to stop the abuse.

Former FBI director Louis Freeh found that late head coach Joe Paterno and other university leaders “repeatedly concealed critical facts” about suspicions pertaining to Sandusky. Paterno’s statue was removed from campus. Ranking university officials, including the president, were fired. The NCAA fined Penn State $60 million and neutered the football program with a four-year postseason ban. Public outcry is so enormous that some say the very existence of Penn State is in question, as the Middle States Commission on Higher Education has threatened to pull the school’s accreditation.

When society learned that several Catholic bishops had covered up for child molesters, mostly decades prior, the church was sued out of more than $3 billion. The costs keep rising, with some suits that involve cases so old the alleged victims and defendants are dead.

Most would agree that all of this is good. No civilized society tolerates cover-ups of sexual abuse of children.

Yet our federal government pays more than $1 million a day to Planned Parenthood, which probably covers up more sexual abuse of children than any other institution in the United States. Evidence is overwhelming.

In 2002, an organization called Life Dynamics launched a sophisticated sting operation that employed tactics similar to those used by Dateline NBC’s “To Catch a Predator” series. The organization hired an actor/investigator who completed and recorded calls to 813 Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation abortion clinics in the United States. Hear the calls at www.ChildPredator.com.

In Colorado and all other states, workers in medical facilities are required to report evidence of sexual abuse of minors.

The caller told intake workers she was a 13-year-old who had been impregnated by a 22-year-old — a sexual relationship forbidden in all states. She asked if they would tell anyone about the boyfriend and her pregnancy. In 91 percent of calls, abortion workers agreed to conceal the relationship. In a substantial number of those, abortion workers coached the girl on helping them to cover up rape.

In a typical call, an abortion clinic intake worker tells the girl: “I mean, you know, I’m not supposed to be telling you this, but there’s no way that I can know for a fact that who you bring in here is not your mom or dad.”

The girl/investigator called back and said: “I was talking to my boyfriend, and I told him what you said about getting someone to come in that was old enough to look like my dad.”
Abortion worker: “Yes, yes, yes.”

Girl: “Well, he’s got an uncle who is 50 who said he would do it.”

Abortion worker: “Well, as long as he doesn’t tell me he’s not your father, then we’re alright.”

As a young UCLA student, Lila Rose launched multiple stings in which she posed as an underage girl who was impregnated by an adult. She recorded abortion workers coaching her about protecting the predator. Since graduating, Rose has made a full-time career of catching and recording Planned Parenthood workers willing to actively cover up statutory rape.
Ohio attorney Brian Hurley represents two clients who sued Planned Parenthood for neglecting state laws that may have resulted in investigations of their rapists. One case involved a 13-year-old girl who was raped by her adult soccer coach, John Haller. He impregnated the girl and took her to Planned Parenthood for an abortion. The clinic declined to report evidence of rape, the girl’s parents sued, and a judge ruled against Planned Parenthood in 2010.

An ongoing case involves an adult who was repeatedly raped by her father, who eventually went to prison. She claims Planned Parenthood declined to contact authorities, even after she told them her father routinely forced her to have sex.

President Obama, instruct the Justice Department to investigate Planned Parenthood. That institution has no more business than Penn State covering up sexual abuse of children. —
That’s our view, so what’s yours?

Obama: Go After Planned Parenthood, the Primary Exploiter of Victims of child RAPE

Posted in child predator, Planned Parenthood and Child Predators with tags , , , , , , , , , , on August 23, 2012 by saynsumthn

Pro-Life Groups to Obama: Go After Planned Parenthood, the Primary Exploiter of Girls (157)
The heads of Life Dynamics and Live Action agree with the president that ‘rape is rape.’ Now they want him to go after the organization that has been shown to cover it up.

by WAYNE LAUGESEN 08/23/2012 Comment

Leaders of at least two pro-life organizations hope President Barack Obama meant it when he said, “Rape is rape.”

They want him to crack down on sexual exploitation of young girls, which accounts for the majority of rape-related pregnancies.

“Rape is rape,” Obama said. “And the idea that we should be parsing and qualifying and slicing what types of rape we are talking about doesn’t make sense to the American people and certainly doesn’t make sense to me.”

The president’s Aug. 20 remark responded to a now-infamous television interview aired the night before in which Missouri Republican senatorial candidate Todd Akin argued that women typically do not get pregnant as the result of “legitimate rape.”

The leader of Texas-based Life Dynamics hopes the Obama administration might take action to prevent what he calls an epidemic of statutory rape, which the FBI defines as “non-forcible” sex that is deemed unlawful by state criminal codes.

“In light of his comments about rape, I would ask President Obama to instruct the Justice Department to launch a criminal investigation of Planned Parenthood and the whole abortion industry,” said Life Dynamics’ president, Mark Crutcher. “It would be a very simple operation to do. Taxpayers are spending more than $1 million a day on an organization [Planned Parenthood] that is circumventing laws designed to protect children against sexual predators.”

Lila Rose, founder of Live Action — which exposes Planned Parenthood for failing to report statutory rape — also wants a federal investigation to result from the renewed focus on rape. She agrees that “rape means rape,” but says our country doesn’t act like it does.

“Society puts abortion interests in front of the need to protect young girls from rape,” Rose told the Register. “The Justice Department should have long ago investigated Planned Parenthood. They would find widespread cover-ups of statutory rape.”

All states have age-of-consent laws that vary greatly. In most states, adults are prohibited from having sex with someone under the age of 16. All states require that people working for medical providers report to law enforcement any known sexual activity among boys and girls younger than the age of consent, as it may be evidence of statutory rape.

“The epidemic of teen pregnancy is mostly the result of statutory rape,” Crutcher told the Register. “There are 3,500 abortions a day in this country, and a large percentage of those are done on underage girls. Most of those girls are impregnated by adults, not other kids.”

In 2002, Life Dynamics conducted a massive sting operation in which a young professional actor/investigator completed calls with 813 Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation businesses in the United States.

Read more: http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/pro-life-groups-to-obama-go-after-planned-parenthood/#ixzz24Nvch93l

Obama, McCaskill, Funded Group Failing to Report Child Rape

Posted in child predator with tags , , , , , on August 20, 2012 by saynsumthn

by Steven Ertelt | Washington, DC | LifeNews.com | 8/20/12 11:58 AM

The national debate over abortion today is focused on comments Missouri Rep. Todd Akin made about abortions in cases of rape and incest that many have called insensitive and have prompted calls for him to stem down from the U.S. Senate race.

However, President Barack Obama and Akin’s Democratic opponent Claire McCaskill have supported taxpayer funding for the Planned Parenthood abortion business — which has been repeatedly found to have failed to report suspected cases of sexual abuse and child rape to authorities.

In one case out of Ohio,a fourteen year old girl was impregnated by her twenty-two year old soccer coach, a man that she and her parents trusted. The coach knew that he needed to get this “problem” taken care of as quietly as possible since the pregnancy was proof of his statutory rape – repeated statutory rape, in fact, that began almost a year earlier. He turned to Planned Parenthood. With no questions asked, the Planned Parenthood clinic allowed him to sign for the minor’s abortion in place of her mother and father and to speed up the process and perform the abortion quickly in violation of the state’s 24-hour waiting period. Planned Parenthood staffers didn’t report the sexual abuse to the authorities either – leaving the coach with the opportunity to continue molesting his victim.

In another Ohio case, Planned Parenthood staffers failed to report a father’s sexual abuse of his thirteen-year-old daughter – resulting in his continued abuse of his daughter, Denise Fairbanks, for over another year. According to a staffer’s handwritten note, their policy is “don’t ask, don’t tell.”

In September, 2001, police in Spokane, Washington served the Planned Parenthood abortion business with a search warrant looking for information in yet another case of Planned Parenthood doing an abortion that potentially covers up a case of sexual abuse. In this case, the parents of an unidentified 15-year-old girl, who became pregnant by a 21-year-old man, took her to Planned Parenthood for an abortion after learning from a school nurse that their daughter was pregnant. Police wanted Planned Parenthood to turn over DNA from the remains of the baby killed in the abortion to connect the man to the possible statutory rape charges.

Steve Aden, the Senior Legal Counsel for the Alliance Defense Fund, says, “The evidence is overwhelming that Planned Parenthood, which receives hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayer funding annually, routinely ignores, fails to report, and covers up sexual abuse of young girls by older men.”

“Sadly, there is strong evidence that these are not isolated incidents, only examples of a Planned Parenthood policy of empowering sexual abuse of minors,” he has said. “Live Action investigations have revealed that Planned Parenthood clinics across the country have a similarly nonchalant approach to sexual abuse of young girls. Posing as a thirteen-year-old girl seeking an abortion due to intercourse with her thirty-one-year-old boyfriend, Lila Rose called a Bloomington, Indiana Planned Parenthood clinicand was encouraged to lie about her boyfriend’s age and to go out of state to skirt parental notification laws. Calls to Planned Parenthood clinicsin Indianapolis, Tucson, Phoenix, Memphis, Birmingham, Milwaukee, and Louisville revealed similar willingness to hide sexual abuse against children.”

Also, Live Action footage showed three centers in southern Virginia, a Perth Amboy, New Jersey abortion business and a Planned Parenthood center in Richmond, Virginia all having staffers helping the alleged sex traffickers find information on how to obtain abortions without facing scrutiny and get STD testing for the girls.

A Planned Parenthood staffer in New Jersey has already been fired, New Jersey officials are looking into a shoddy abortion center Planned Parenthood referred to in its video, and the Virginia attorney general has received the full footage of the Richmond Planned Parenthood expose’. All three of the new videos clearly show staff willing to aid and abet the sexual trafficking and exploitation of minors and young women and the videos, Lila Rose of Live Action says, provide more evidence of a clear, disturbing pattern of gross misconduct by Planned Parenthood.

Moreover, a pro-life organization that conducted an undercover investigation in 2002 released additional tapes showing staff at hundreds of abortion centers across the country covering up statutory rape. Life Dynamics released tapes from some of the 813 Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation centers it calls across the country. The group placed the calls from Texas, where it is legal to record a phone conversation without the consent of the other party. in the phone calls, an actress portrayed a 13-year-old girl who claimed her 22-year-old boyfriend impregnated her and that she wanted an abortion to keep her parents from finding out.

Despite the abundant evidence showing Planned Parenthood covers up sexual abuse and statutory rape, McCaskill and her fellow Democrats supported taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood, as has Obama.

Father Beats Molester to Death

Posted in child abuse, child predator with tags , , , on June 12, 2012 by saynsumthn

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Planned Parenthood of Ohio Supreme Court Case regarding failure to report child abuse of teenage victim, seeking medical docs

Posted in child abuse, child predator, Planned Parenthood and Child Predators with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on January 3, 2012 by saynsumthn

Case No. 2007-1832, John and June Roe, Individually and as parents and next friends of Jane Roe, a minor v. Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio Region, Roslyn Kade, M.D., and John Does 1-6

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Court Asked To Order Disclosure of Medical Records of Minors Who Obtained Abortions
John and June Roe, Individually and as parents and next friends of Jane Roe, a minor v. Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio Region, Roslyn Kade, M.D., and John Does 1-6, Case no. 2007-1832
1st District Court of Appeals (Hamilton County)
ISSUE: In pursuing a civil lawsuit against a clinic for allegedly failing to obtain parental consent before performing an abortion on a 14-year-old girl and allegedly failing to report known or suspected sexual abuse of a minor to police or a children’s services agency, are the parents of the girl entitled to compel the clinic to provide them with the medical records of all minors who obtained abortions through the clinic during the previous 10 years, with information identifying the patients redacted?
BACKGROUND: This case involves Jane Roe of Cincinnati, a 14 year old who obtained an abortion from Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio in March 2004. In subsequent legal filings, Planned Parenthood has stated that Jane told its medical staff she had been impregnated by a school classmate and that her parents knew and approved of her plan to obtain an abortion. The clinic also stated that when its representative called the phone number provided by Jane, an adult male who identified himself as Jane’s father answered and confirmed that he knew about and consented to the procedure.
Within weeks after the procedure was performed, a police investigation revealed that Jane had been sexually abused and impregnated by her 21-year-old soccer coach, John Haller; that the phone number provided to Planned Parenthood by Jane had been Haller’s number rather than that of her parents; and that the man the clinic had notified and from whom it had obtained consent for the abortion was Haller, not Jane’s father. Haller was later convicted on seven counts of sexual battery.
Jane’s parents subsequently filed a civil suit on their own behalf and on behalf of Jane seeking compensatory and punitive damages from Planned Parenthood and the physician who performed the abortion. The suit alleged that Planned Parenthood and the doctor intentionally breached their legal duties to: (1) notify Jane’s parents and obtain their consent before performing the abortion; (2) provide Jane with all the information required by law before obtaining her consent to the procedure; and (3) notify police or a child services agency of a known or suspected case of sexual abuse of a minor. In seeking punitive damages from the clinic and doctor, the Roes alleged that the intentional breaches of legal duties in the clinic’s handling of Jane’s case were part of a “pattern or practice” of similar breaches in other cases.
During pretrial proceedings, the Roes filed a discovery motion demanding that Planned Parenthood provide them with copies of all medical records and sexual abuse reports in its files for every minor who had sought an abortion from the clinic in the preceding 10 years. When the clinic refused to comply, the Roes sought and were granted an order of the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas ordering the clinic to produce the requested records, with all information disclosing the identity of the other patients redacted (blacked out) from the records. Planned Parenthood appealed the trial court’s discovery order to the 1st District Court of Appeals, which reversed the trial court and invalidated the discovery order for the other patients’ records.
The Roes now ask the Supreme Court to reinstate the trial court’s discovery order. They argue that:
• The court of appeals erred by reviewing the trial court’s order under a de novo rather than a much more deferential abuse-of-discretion standard of review. They assert that trial courts have wide discretion to determine whether and when discovery of requested documents is necessary for a plaintiff to establish his claims, and claim that the court of appeals improperly substituted its judgment for that of the trial court by duplicating a balancing test between the Roes’ need for the requested medical records and the confidentiality rights of the clinic’s other patients, especially in light of the fact that all identifying information from the patient records was to be rendered unreadable prior to disclosure.
• The Roes assert that under R.C. 2151.421, the state law requiring certain professionals to disclose known or suspected child abuse to police or child welfare authorities, a proven claim that the clinic systematically failed to report sexual abuse in this case and other patient’s cases would entitle them to punitive damages, and that they need access to the medical records and abuse reports of other minor patients in order to substantiate that pattern of wrongful conduct.
• They also argue that a state law barring the use of sexual abuse reports in lawsuits against the party filing such reports does not bar them from accessing sex abuse reports filed by Planned Parenthood regarding other abortion patients, because the Roes are not suing the clinic for filing those reports, but rather for its failure to file a report in Jane’s case and other similar cases.
Attorneys for Planned Parenthood respond that:
• The court of appeals properly employed a de novo standard of review in overturning the trial court’s discovery order because the clinic’s appeal was based on a question of law (the privileged status of patient medical records) rather than a question of fact for which a trial court’s discovery rulings are reviewed on an abuse-of-discretion standard.
• They contend that because R.C. 2151.421 created a statutory cause of action that did not exist at common law before the 1851 state constitution was adopted, and the legislature did not expressly state in the statute that violations entitle a plaintiff to punitive damages, plaintiffs suing under the statute are limited to seeking only compensatory damages. In the absence of a right to seek punitive damages for a “pattern or practice” of breaches, they add, the trial court erred in finding that there was a “need” for the Roes to examine the privileged medical records of any patient other than Jane in order to prove their claim that the clinic breached its duties in handling Jane’s case.
• Planned Parenthood also argues that R.C. 2151.421(H)(1) expressly prohibits disclosure to the Roes of information from child sexual abuse reports that the clinic filed regarding any of its other patients, and specifically bars the Roes from using information from such reports “as evidence in any civil action or proceeding brought against the person who made the report.”
NOTE: Numerous amicus curiae (friend of the court) briefs have been filed on behalf of both parties in this case. The full text of those briefs and other filings can be accessed online by searching the Court’s online docket at http://www.supremecourt.ohio.gov/Clerk/ecms/default.asp. Click “Go,” and on the search screen enter Case No. 2007-1832.
Contacts
Brian E. Hurley, 513.784.1525, for John & June Roe and Jane Roe.
Daniel J. Buckley, 513.723.4000, for Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio.
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