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 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.
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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.
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.