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The Abortion News the Texas Media is Censoring

Posted in child abuse, child predator, Life Dynamics, Texas Abortion, Texas abortion clinics with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 15, 2014 by saynsumthn

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.

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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.

Texas Tapes

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.

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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.

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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.

Douglas A Ring

In May of 2010, Douglas Wayne Ring was arrested after sexually abusing a female relative for years after he took the teen for an abortion.

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.

Vermont Gov. calls Planned Parenthood work extraordinary pro-life group responds

Posted in child abuse, child predator, Life Dynamics, Planned Parenthood and Rape, Planned Parenthood Democrat Party with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 29, 2014 by saynsumthn

September 29, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
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Today, Life Dynamics, Inc., a national pro-life organization located in Denton, Texas, has responded to a statement made by the Governor of Vermont calling Planned Parenthood’s work “extraordinary” despite the fact that Planned Parenthood has been exposed for covering the sexual abuse of minors impregnated by adult male predators.

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Governor Pete Shumlin, along with several other candidates gathered at the Planned Parenthood of Vermont’s Administrative Offices where the Governor stated, “Vermont is unusual we should be blessed to live here with a planned parenthood that does extraordinary work and a legislature that will stand behind you.

Vermont Gov endorsed by Planned Parenthood

Vermont Governor Pete Shumlin was receiving an endorsement by Planned Parenthood when he made the statement.

In 2002, the pro-life group, Life Dynamics conducted an undercover investigation sting where they documented that abortion clinics associated with both Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Federation are, with very few exceptions, completely ignoring the mandatory reporting statutes.

The caller portrayed a 13-year-old child impregnated by her 22-year-old adult male boyfriend. Her story to these clinics was that she wanted an abortion because she did not want her parents to discover their sexual relationship.

A Planned Parenthood located in Barre, Vermont, told Life Dynamics’ undercover caller that she could obtain confidential services from them and, “It doesn’t matter how old your partner is.”

CALLER: Okay. Well, I’ll be 14 next month, and my friend told me that you guys would have to tell my parents. But —
CLINIC: No.
CALLER: — my boyfriend’s 22. Is that all right?
CLINIC: No, no. You don’t have to tell your parents.
CALLER: Okay.
CLINIC: It doesn’t matter how old your partner is.
Listen to the tape or read the transcript here!

At a Planned Parenthood in Bennington, which no longer appears to be open, the young caller is told that they will not tell anyone about her boyfriend.

CALLER: Hi. Yeah. I was calling to see if you guys do abortions there.
CLINIC: No, we don’t.
CALLER: Okay. Well, do you know of anyplace that does?
CLINIC: Yeah. They do them at our Rutland Center. They do them in Burlington and West Lebanon. And also there’s one or two private doctors that do them also.
CALLER: Okay. Well, do you have the number for the one in Burlington?
CLINIC: Okay. Just one sec. Burlington is 802-863-6326 or 6327.
CALLER: Okay. 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. Could he just sign whatever it is, and you wouldn’t have to tell anybody about anything?
CLINIC: Well, probably if you’re only 14 I think you’ll have to come here for a pre-exam first and a sizing and a pregnancy test. And then you can set it up there. And right now I don’t think we have to notify your parents. I could get you in Thursday for that. Have you been here for anything before?

The caller, portraying a 13 year old child tells the Planned Parenthood operator that she will need to get her 22 year old boyfriend to take her and Planned Parenthood is fine with as long as she is able to pay them:

CALLER: Well, the only thing is, me and my boyfriend talked about all this, and we don’t want anybody to know about us.
CLINIC: Right.
CALLER: Would you have to tell anybody if he was paying for everything?
CLINIC: Okay. Yeah, that’s okay.
CALLER: Really?
CLINIC: As long as you can pay for it, that’s not a problem. So why don’t you check with him and let me know, and then we can set something up for Thursday.
Full phone conversation and transcript here.

The Brattleboro Planned Parenthood also said they would keep the relationship confidential.

CALLER: Well, I’d have to call my boyfriend to see, but I was really wondering also if like — well, my friend told me that since like I’ll be 14 next month 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: No. In Vermont you don’t have to do that.
CALLER: Oh, okay…

Later in the call…

CALLER: Oh, okay. Well, it’s just me and my boyfriend were talking about all this, and we decided we don’t want a whole bunch of people to know about us.
CLINIC: You’re fine. Nobody — it’s a confidential.
CALLER: Well, he said that he was going to pay for everything, but would he have to sign anything if he was paying?
CLINIC: Well, it’s only within our system, so it’s not that — you know. In fact, you would have a free pregnancy test. There would be no charge.
Phone call and transcript here.

After the caller tells the Hyde Park Planned Parenthood that her boyfriend is 22 years-old, Planned Parenthood warns the teen that she needs to be aware of what information she gives them, but that they won’t be able to guess his age by the way he looks.

CALLER: Well, if he was there — well, what should I do?
CLINIC: You just need to really be aware and you need to be aware of what information you’re giving out.
CALLER: Okay.
CLINIC: Okay?
CALLER: Well, would it be bad if he was there with me? Because he was going to pay for everything.
CLINIC: No, not if — I mean, we can’t guess someone’s age by the way they look.
CALLER: Okay.
Phone call and transcript here.

The Rutland Planned Parenthood made it very clear to the caller that they would have to report the incident as statutory rape according to the law, but she also tells the caller, “ I’m giving you this information because that’s what the law is, and we’re not going to lie to you and say nothing about that when really there is a law that says if a man over a certain age is having sexual intercourse with a woman under a certain age, it’s against the law,” the clinic says.

This call proves that all the other Planned Parenthood facilities knew the law required them to file a report.

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However, in Rutland, knowing that a 13-year-old is admitting to having sex with an adult man, they tell the caller that they will not report if all she needs is birth control.

CALLER: Okay. It’s just me and my boyfriend don’t want to have to worry about all this again.
CLINIC: Right.
CALLER: But would you have to tell anybody if I was on birth control though?
CLINIC: No.
Phone call and transcript here.

After admitting the age of her boyfriend to the St Albans Planned Parenthood, the caller is told that they do not do abortions. However, even though the caller tells Planned Parenthood that her boyfriend is 22 years-old they say they won’t tell anyone if she comes in for a pregnancy test.

CALLER: Okay. Well, I would just rather go there. My friend told me to go to you guys. I’m going to be 14 next month, and my friend told me 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: That’s something you would discuss with them for this. We are confidential —
CALLER: Oh, okay.
CLINIC: — and we wouldn’t tell anybody.
CALLER: So if I came in there for a pregnancy test you wouldn’t have to tell anybody?
CLINIC: No.
Phone call and transcript here.

Mark Crutcher TX ab Clinics July 2014
Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics has called Planned Parenthood the pedophile protection racked and asks Governor Shumlin, “Is this what you are talking about? Is this the extraordinary work by Planned Parenthood that you are referring to?”

Despite his belief that Planned Parenthood does extraordinary work, to date, the Governor has yet to mention their endorsement on his Facebook page.

About Life Dynamics: http://www.lifedynamics.com/Pro-life_Group/
Mark Crutcher’s Bio http://www.lifedynamics.com/Pro-life_Group/Prolife_Activist/

Child Predator Investigation http://www.childpredators.com

For an interview call the office at (940) 380-8800

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Abortion Industry’s Nationwide Pedophile Protection Racket

Posted in Abortion Clinic Worders, child predator, Life Dynamics, Mark Crutcher, National Abortion Federation, Planned Parenthood and Child Predators with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on April 15, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Tapes show hundreds of Planned Parenthood, NAF clinics covering up sex abuse
by Kathleen Gilbert
• Wed Apr 13, 2011 15:06 EST

April 13, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The pro-life group behind a nationwide survey of Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation (NAF) clinics in 2002 has made available never-before-published raw audio and transcripts of hundreds of investigative phone calls that they say prove the abortion industry’s widespread complicity with sexual abuse of minors, in violation of state laws.

In an effort similar to the widely publicized work of undercover pro-life group Live Action Films, Life Dynamics nine years ago identified 906 U.S. facilities affiliated with either Planned Parenthood or NAF. Of these, the group was unable to contact 93, but launched a comprehensive investigation of the other 813 by having an actor pose as a 13-year-old caller asking for an abortion to cover up a pregnancy caused by a 22-year-old “boyfriend.”

In many of the calls uploaded this week by Life Dynamics, the investigator was coached by clinic employees how to avoid detection by parents or authorities, encouraged to conceal the boyfriend’s age, and told to lie about names and addresses. In other calls, clinic workers reassure the girl that the facility will not report abuse, while many abused the judicial bypass process in states where parental notification was required for an abortion.

“[Judicial bypass] is being automatically suggested to any underage girl who simply doesn’t want to tell her parents for any reason whatsoever or for no reason whatsoever. In the case of our caller, this was true despite the fact that she never said anything to indicate that her parents would become abusive or violent over this situation,” reported the group.
“We don’t need to know how old your boyfriend is first of all because it sounds like we would have to report it, ” said a clinic worker at the Planned Parenthood in San Luis Obispo, CA, when confronted with the boyfriend’s age.

“What do you mean report it? Who would you have to report it to?” the caller asked. “Because he’s over 18 and you’re 14. So as long as you don’t tell us, everything’s fine,” said the worker.

A worker at the Potomac Family Planning Center in Rockville, MD, asked the girl, “Do you look 14?” and admitted, “I hate to say this, but we don’t ask for identification, so whatever someone puts down on their age is what we go by.”

The group’s findings largely correspond to conversations recorded undercover and published by Live Action Films, whose investigators were told by abortion clinic workers in multiple states how to avoid parental consent laws, how to lie about the age of their sexual abuser, and even how to attain abortion and other services for illegally-trafficked underage prostitutes.

Life Dynamics notes, “All 50 states have statutes in place mandating that any healthcare worker must report reasonable suspicions of child sexual abuse to a designated law enforcement or child protective services agency.”

The group also points out that a girl as young as thirteen is not legally capable of giving consent for sexual activity, making the girl’s case sexual abuse by default.

“An analogy is the situation in which someone is brought into a hospital emergency room with a gunshot wound. The circumstances of this incident may or may not be criminal, but it is not the healthcare worker’s place to make that determination,” the group explained. “His or her only role is to report the incident to the authorities and this duty does not change regardless of what the patient says. The same thing applies here.”

When the information was first released, opponents said the tapes exposed only a few rogue employees and that the phone calls only indicate that workers would say whatever was necessary to get the girl to come into the clinic, where more information would be gathered. Life Dynamics called the allegations “farfetched.”

While 10 percent of the facilities seemed to comply with the law and sought to learn more about the girl’s situation, Life Dyanmis said, “when you listen to the other 90 percent, what you find is that virtually nothing is said that could even be remotely construed as an attempt to get the girl to the facility so a report could be made. In fact, almost everything that was said during those conversations would work against that objective.”

Click here to access all audio files and transcripts from the 2002 investigation.

From Life Dynamics: Child Predator.com Website:

Mark Crutcher, President of Life Dynamics

All 50 states have statutes in place mandating that any healthcare worker must report reasonable suspicions of child sexual abuse to a designated law enforcement or child protective services agency.

In February and March of 2002, Life Dynamics conducted a nationwide undercover phone survey of Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facilities. Our goal was to document their level of compliance with these state-mandated reporting statutes. This was not a random survey but a universal one. We identified 906 facilities in the U.S. as being associated with one or both of these organizations and we attempted to contact each one. Some were no longer in operation and others used one appointment line to service multiple facilities. In the end we were able to contact representatives of 813 of the original 906, including facilities in every state except Mississippi.

Our caller portrayed a 13-year-old girl who was pregnant by a 22-year-old man and wanting an abortion in order to conceal this sexual relationship from her parents and the authorities. In every call the ages of both the girl and the man she was involved with were introduced into the conversation and, in virtually every case, repeated at least once. Additionally, the caller never said anything to suggest that her parents would become violent or abusive if they discovered her sexual activity. It was always made clear that the motivation for the abortion was to conceal this sexual activity.

To document our investigation we made recordings of all 813 calls. (In Texas it is legal to record telephone conversations as long as one party to the conversation is aware of the recording.) Included here are the actual recordings of these calls accompanied by written transcripts. In order to accurately evaluate them, it is essential to understand the following principles:

(1) Because underage girls are not legally capable of giving consent for sexual activity, any sexual activity by an underage girl is, by definition, without her consent. On its face, that is reasonable suspicion of child sexual abuse.

(2) Seeking an abortion, pregnancy test, birth control (condoms, pills, etc.), or treatment for a sexually transmitted disease (STD) is evidence of sexual activity. Therefore, whenever any of these services are sought by a minor, a reasonable suspicion of child sexual abuse is created and the state-mandated reporting requirement is triggered.

(3) The responsibility for determining whether the circumstances of a child’s sexual activity are criminal or not lies solely with the state. Healthcare workers have no legal authority to investigate the incident, make assumptions about it, or draw conclusions about it. Therefore, anything the girl or anyone accompanying her (including parents, guardians, or relatives) says about the situation is totally unrelated to the healthcare worker’s legal obligation under the reporting statute. An analogy is the situation in which someone is brought into a hospital emergency room with a gunshot wound. The circumstances of this incident may or may not be criminal, but it is not the healthcare worker’s place to make that determination. His or her only role is to report the incident to the authorities and this duty does not change regardless of what the patient says. The same thing applies here.

(4) Patient confidentiality and the physician-patient privilege are irrelevant because (a) physicians are legally immune from civil or criminal penalties for violating patient confidentiality or the physician-patient privilege when they report suspicions of child sexual abuse, and (b) the authorities can investigate reported suspicions of child sexual abuse by speaking to the victim and other witnesses without the physician being involved. (These principles are well known among abortion providers. At Life Dynamics, we have a recording of Planned Parenthood’s corporate legal counsel advising a national convention of their affiliates that the obligation to comply with mandated reporting laws supercedes patient confidentiality in every state and in every circumstance.) It should also be remembered that law enforcement entities routinely secure patient medical records when conducting investigations involving possible illegal activities at nursing homes, Medicare and Medicaid violations, insurance fraud, etc.

(5) The fact that a minor girl may be lawfully allowed to secure an abortion, pregnancy test, birth control, or STD treatment without parental knowledge is unrelated to mandatory reporting. Remember, mandatory reporting deals with reports made to the state not to parents. In effect, a healthcare worker’s duty to a minor child or that child’s parents is a separate issue from their duty to the state.

(6) A healthcare worker’s duty to report to the state about the possible sexual abuse of a child does not prevent, interfere with or even delay that child’s ability to access these services since, in virtually every case, the report will not be made until after the service has been rendered. Again, the only relevant issue is that, when a minor seeks these services, that is evidence of sexual activity by someone who is not old enough to consent to sexual activity. At that point, a reasonable suspicion of child sexual abuse exists and, once that legal threshold is crossed, a report to the state is mandated.

In evaluating these calls, be aware of conversations in which the caller was:

* given advise on how to avoid detection by parents or authorities
* told what she should say or not say when she came to the clinic
* encouraged to lie about or conceal her age or her boyfriend’s age
* told to give fictitious names, phone numbers or address
* instructed to be more careful about what information she gave out and to whom
* ignored or interrupted when introducing her age or the age of her boyfriend
* warned that if someone found out about this situation her boyfriend could go to jail
* told to go elsewhere because she had already provided them too much information
* told that the ages of the parties involved are irrelevant
* told that the facility has no interest in her age or the age of her partner
* told that they do not verify ages or check IDs and would accept what she told them
* told to just keep her mouth shut at the clinic and no one would ask any questions

Sometimes, the misdeeds of the facility are purposely subtle. In addition to the issues already mentioned, be on alert for calls in which:

* after identifying the situation as illegal and/or statutory rape, the clinic worker subsequently agrees that the facility will conceal the crime
* after saying that they are “technically” or “legally” required to report this situation to the state, the clinic worker reassures the caller that the facility will not report
* after identifying the situation as illegal and/or statutory rape, the clinic worker agrees to facilitate the ongoing criminal activity by providing birth control without making a report; our caller is often told that her boyfriend can come with her to pick up the birth control or that he can even pick it up without her being there; in other words, despite having evidence that a sexual crime is being committed against a 13-year-old child, they are willing to conspire with the perpetrator to cover-up the crime and then offer to provide him the means by which he can continue the abuse (birth control with no report)
* the clinic worker initially expresses concern for the child, and may even suggest parental involvement, but in the end agrees to violate the law and conceal the situation
* the clinic worker handles the call like a matter of routine, clearly indicating that the clinic encounters this situation frequently, and that they deal with it by ignoring the mandated reporting laws; one example of this are those calls in which this girl’s circumstances appear to have little or no impact on the clinic worker’s response
* there is no response to the danger that the child is in, even though the facts of a statutory rape are clearly presented
* the child’s dilemma is not addressed, with the sale of the service obviously being the clinic worker’s paramount concern
* statements such as, “The way we handle these cases is …” signal that (a) the situation is common, and (b) the clinic worker is stating clinic policy not her own personal approach (this is especially relevant when the clinic worker puts the call on hold, conferred with someone else, then came back and agreed to conceal the situation)
* the failure to report is justified by making it sound as though it is in the best interest of the child to “keep all this confidential”
* the failure to report is justified by demeaning or discounting the influence of parents or the authorities
* statements by the clinic worker are carefully worded in order to insulate them against claims of failing to report
* even among clinic workers who display discomfort or concern with the situation, they continue to sell the service
* when confronted with the dilemma of reporting, they advise the girl to go to another facility and then advise her what to say or not say at that facility in order to work around the reporting requirement

In states with parental involvement legislation in place, abortion proponents always justify the need for a judicial bypass option in order to address the so-called “hard cases” in which minors will be abused if forced to inform their parents about their pregnancies. However, our investigation documented that this is not the way it is actually being used. Instead, it is being automatically suggested to any underage girl who simply doesn’t want to tell her parents for any reason whatsoever or for no reason whatsoever. In the case of our caller, this was true despite the fact that she never said anything to indicate that her parents would become abusive or violent over this situation. And remember, in this specific incident, judicial bypass was not being introduced as a way to keep the child from being abused in the future, it was being introduced as a way to cover-up the fact that the child was already being abused.

If you are in a state with parental consent legislation, be aware of situations in which the caller was:

* told about judicial bypass at the moment she stated that she didn’t want to tell her parents and before she had given any legitimate reason why she didn’t want to tell them
* reassured about how quick and simple the judicial bypass process was
* advised that, during the judicial bypass hearing, it would be best not to mention the age of the person who got her pregnant or lie to the judge if he asked about it
* advised to go to another city where the judges are “more cooperative” with judicial bypass
* given specific advise for circumventing parental involvement legislation such as letting her boyfriend or another adult take her out of state without her parents knowing about it

When we began releasing this information to the public, some of our opponents said that all we uncovered was a few rogue employees who were operating outside of Planned Parenthood or National Abortion Federation guidelines. Remember, however, that this was not a random survey but a universal one. We called every Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facility in the country and made contact with almost every one. Under those circumstances, it is preposterous to suggest that when 90 percent do one thing and 10 percent do the opposite, it is the 90 percent who are in violation of the organization’s accepted and normal standards of behavior. The only logical conclusion is that the responses we received are the standard policy and practice of these organizations.

Another contention made by these groups is that our investigation simply reflects the fact that when their counselors have a sexually active underage girl on the phone they say whatever is necessary to get her into the clinic. The claim is that once she’s actually at the facility they will report her regardless of what they told her over the phone.

Anyone who listens to the tapes of these calls will find that assertion just as farfetched as the one about rouge employees. It is true that almost 10 percent of the Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facilities we surveyed said they would obey the mandatory reporting laws, and in those conversations there were times when it appeared that the counselor was indeed trying to either lure the caller into the facility or get enough information to make a report. However, when you listen to the other 90 percent, what you find is that virtually nothing is said that could even be remotely construed as an attempt to get the girl to the facility so a report could be made. In fact, almost everything that was said during those conversations would work against that objective.

That was especially apparent in calls where they suggested practical steps for her to take that would effectively eliminate any possibility of a report being filed. For example, there are calls in which they said it would be best for her to lie about her age, name or address when she came to the clinic. Some employees went so far as to reassure her that the clinic does not check IDs or verify ages. Sometimes, while she would be giving details about her situation, the counselor would interrupt and tell her not to say anymore or repeat that information. Others told her that she had already revealed too much for their clinic to be able to help her and suggested that she go to another facility and not give them so much information.

Obviously, none of this is the kind of rhetoric someone would use if they were earnestly trying to get this girl into their clinic to make a report. Instead, it was clear that what they were doing is giving her a “heads-up” and some of these counselors actually made that very point during the call.

Listen to the Tapes- Click Here

Undercover calls to ALL Planned Parenthood and NAF abortion clinics reveal a cover-up of child predators

Posted in Abortion, Abortion and Sexual Assault, child abuse, child predator, Defund Planned Parenthood, Life Dynamics, Mark Crutcher, National Abortion Federation, Planned Parenthood and Child Predators with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 13, 2011 by saynsumthn

813 UNDERCOVER CALLS TO PLANNED PARENTHOOD AND NAF ABORTION CLINICS NOW UPLOADED

Tapes show hundreds of Planned Parenthood, NAF clinics covering up sex abuse
by Kathleen Gilbert
• Wed Apr 13, 2011 15:06 EST

April 13, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The pro-life group behind a nationwide survey of Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation (NAF) clinics in 2002 has made available never-before-published raw audio and transcripts of hundreds of investigative phone calls that they say prove the abortion industry’s widespread complicity with sexual abuse of minors, in violation of state laws.

In an effort similar to the widely publicized work of undercover pro-life group Live Action Films, Life Dynamics nine years ago identified 906 U.S. facilities affiliated with either Planned Parenthood or NAF. Of these, the group was unable to contact 93, but launched a comprehensive investigation of the other 813 by having an actor pose as a 13-year-old caller asking for an abortion to cover up a pregnancy caused by a 22-year-old “boyfriend.”

In many of the calls uploaded this week by Life Dynamics, the investigator was coached by clinic employees how to avoid detection by parents or authorities, encouraged to conceal the boyfriend’s age, and told to lie about names and addresses. In other calls, clinic workers reassure the girl that the facility will not report abuse, while many abused the judicial bypass process in states where parental notification was required for an abortion.

“[Judicial bypass] is being automatically suggested to any underage girl who simply doesn’t want to tell her parents for any reason whatsoever or for no reason whatsoever. In the case of our caller, this was true despite the fact that she never said anything to indicate that her parents would become abusive or violent over this situation,” reported the group.
“We don’t need to know how old your boyfriend is first of all because it sounds like we would have to report it, ” said a clinic worker at the Planned Parenthood in San Luis Obispo, CA, when confronted with the boyfriend’s age.

“What do you mean report it? Who would you have to report it to?” the caller asked. “Because he’s over 18 and you’re 14. So as long as you don’t tell us, everything’s fine,” said the worker.

A worker at the Potomac Family Planning Center in Rockville, MD, asked the girl, “Do you look 14?” and admitted, “I hate to say this, but we don’t ask for identification, so whatever someone puts down on their age is what we go by.”

The group’s findings largely correspond to conversations recorded undercover and published by Live Action Films, whose investigators were told by abortion clinic workers in multiple states how to avoid parental consent laws, how to lie about the age of their sexual abuser, and even how to attain abortion and other services for illegally-trafficked underage prostitutes.

Life Dynamics notes, “All 50 states have statutes in place mandating that any healthcare worker must report reasonable suspicions of child sexual abuse to a designated law enforcement or child protective services agency.”

The group also points out that a girl as young as thirteen is not legally capable of giving consent for sexual activity, making the girl’s case sexual abuse by default.

“An analogy is the situation in which someone is brought into a hospital emergency room with a gunshot wound. The circumstances of this incident may or may not be criminal, but it is not the healthcare worker’s place to make that determination,” the group explained. “His or her only role is to report the incident to the authorities and this duty does not change regardless of what the patient says. The same thing applies here.”

When the information was first released, opponents said the tapes exposed only a few rogue employees and that the phone calls only indicate that workers would say whatever was necessary to get the girl to come into the clinic, where more information would be gathered. Life Dynamics called the allegations “farfetched.”

While 10 percent of the facilities seemed to comply with the law and sought to learn more about the girl’s situation, Life Dyanmis said, “when you listen to the other 90 percent, what you find is that virtually nothing is said that could even be remotely construed as an attempt to get the girl to the facility so a report could be made. In fact, almost everything that was said during those conversations would work against that objective.”

Click here to access all audio files and transcripts from the 2002 investigation.

From Life Dynamics: Child Predator.com Website:

Mark Crutcher, President of Life Dynamics

All 50 states have statutes in place mandating that any healthcare worker must report reasonable suspicions of child sexual abuse to a designated law enforcement or child protective services agency.

In February and March of 2002, Life Dynamics conducted a nationwide undercover phone survey of Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facilities. Our goal was to document their level of compliance with these state-mandated reporting statutes. This was not a random survey but a universal one. We identified 906 facilities in the U.S. as being associated with one or both of these organizations and we attempted to contact each one. Some were no longer in operation and others used one appointment line to service multiple facilities. In the end we were able to contact representatives of 813 of the original 906, including facilities in every state except Mississippi.

Our caller portrayed a 13-year-old girl who was pregnant by a 22-year-old man and wanting an abortion in order to conceal this sexual relationship from her parents and the authorities. In every call the ages of both the girl and the man she was involved with were introduced into the conversation and, in virtually every case, repeated at least once. Additionally, the caller never said anything to suggest that her parents would become violent or abusive if they discovered her sexual activity. It was always made clear that the motivation for the abortion was to conceal this sexual activity.

To document our investigation we made recordings of all 813 calls. (In Texas it is legal to record telephone conversations as long as one party to the conversation is aware of the recording.) Included here are the actual recordings of these calls accompanied by written transcripts. In order to accurately evaluate them, it is essential to understand the following principles:

(1) Because underage girls are not legally capable of giving consent for sexual activity, any sexual activity by an underage girl is, by definition, without her consent. On its face, that is reasonable suspicion of child sexual abuse.

(2) Seeking an abortion, pregnancy test, birth control (condoms, pills, etc.), or treatment for a sexually transmitted disease (STD) is evidence of sexual activity. Therefore, whenever any of these services are sought by a minor, a reasonable suspicion of child sexual abuse is created and the state-mandated reporting requirement is triggered.

(3) The responsibility for determining whether the circumstances of a child’s sexual activity are criminal or not lies solely with the state. Healthcare workers have no legal authority to investigate the incident, make assumptions about it, or draw conclusions about it. Therefore, anything the girl or anyone accompanying her (including parents, guardians, or relatives) says about the situation is totally unrelated to the healthcare worker’s legal obligation under the reporting statute. An analogy is the situation in which someone is brought into a hospital emergency room with a gunshot wound. The circumstances of this incident may or may not be criminal, but it is not the healthcare worker’s place to make that determination. His or her only role is to report the incident to the authorities and this duty does not change regardless of what the patient says. The same thing applies here.

(4) Patient confidentiality and the physician-patient privilege are irrelevant because (a) physicians are legally immune from civil or criminal penalties for violating patient confidentiality or the physician-patient privilege when they report suspicions of child sexual abuse, and (b) the authorities can investigate reported suspicions of child sexual abuse by speaking to the victim and other witnesses without the physician being involved. (These principles are well known among abortion providers. At Life Dynamics, we have a recording of Planned Parenthood’s corporate legal counsel advising a national convention of their affiliates that the obligation to comply with mandated reporting laws supercedes patient confidentiality in every state and in every circumstance.) It should also be remembered that law enforcement entities routinely secure patient medical records when conducting investigations involving possible illegal activities at nursing homes, Medicare and Medicaid violations, insurance fraud, etc.

(5) The fact that a minor girl may be lawfully allowed to secure an abortion, pregnancy test, birth control, or STD treatment without parental knowledge is unrelated to mandatory reporting. Remember, mandatory reporting deals with reports made to the state not to parents. In effect, a healthcare worker’s duty to a minor child or that child’s parents is a separate issue from their duty to the state.

(6) A healthcare worker’s duty to report to the state about the possible sexual abuse of a child does not prevent, interfere with or even delay that child’s ability to access these services since, in virtually every case, the report will not be made until after the service has been rendered. Again, the only relevant issue is that, when a minor seeks these services, that is evidence of sexual activity by someone who is not old enough to consent to sexual activity. At that point, a reasonable suspicion of child sexual abuse exists and, once that legal threshold is crossed, a report to the state is mandated.

In evaluating these calls, be aware of conversations in which the caller was:

* given advise on how to avoid detection by parents or authorities
* told what she should say or not say when she came to the clinic
* encouraged to lie about or conceal her age or her boyfriend’s age
* told to give fictitious names, phone numbers or address
* instructed to be more careful about what information she gave out and to whom
* ignored or interrupted when introducing her age or the age of her boyfriend
* warned that if someone found out about this situation her boyfriend could go to jail
* told to go elsewhere because she had already provided them too much information
* told that the ages of the parties involved are irrelevant
* told that the facility has no interest in her age or the age of her partner
* told that they do not verify ages or check IDs and would accept what she told them
* told to just keep her mouth shut at the clinic and no one would ask any questions

Sometimes, the misdeeds of the facility are purposely subtle. In addition to the issues already mentioned, be on alert for calls in which:

* after identifying the situation as illegal and/or statutory rape, the clinic worker subsequently agrees that the facility will conceal the crime
* after saying that they are “technically” or “legally” required to report this situation to the state, the clinic worker reassures the caller that the facility will not report
* after identifying the situation as illegal and/or statutory rape, the clinic worker agrees to facilitate the ongoing criminal activity by providing birth control without making a report; our caller is often told that her boyfriend can come with her to pick up the birth control or that he can even pick it up without her being there; in other words, despite having evidence that a sexual crime is being committed against a 13-year-old child, they are willing to conspire with the perpetrator to cover-up the crime and then offer to provide him the means by which he can continue the abuse (birth control with no report)
* the clinic worker initially expresses concern for the child, and may even suggest parental involvement, but in the end agrees to violate the law and conceal the situation
* the clinic worker handles the call like a matter of routine, clearly indicating that the clinic encounters this situation frequently, and that they deal with it by ignoring the mandated reporting laws; one example of this are those calls in which this girl’s circumstances appear to have little or no impact on the clinic worker’s response
* there is no response to the danger that the child is in, even though the facts of a statutory rape are clearly presented
* the child’s dilemma is not addressed, with the sale of the service obviously being the clinic worker’s paramount concern
* statements such as, “The way we handle these cases is …” signal that (a) the situation is common, and (b) the clinic worker is stating clinic policy not her own personal approach (this is especially relevant when the clinic worker puts the call on hold, conferred with someone else, then came back and agreed to conceal the situation)
* the failure to report is justified by making it sound as though it is in the best interest of the child to “keep all this confidential”
* the failure to report is justified by demeaning or discounting the influence of parents or the authorities
* statements by the clinic worker are carefully worded in order to insulate them against claims of failing to report
* even among clinic workers who display discomfort or concern with the situation, they continue to sell the service
* when confronted with the dilemma of reporting, they advise the girl to go to another facility and then advise her what to say or not say at that facility in order to work around the reporting requirement

In states with parental involvement legislation in place, abortion proponents always justify the need for a judicial bypass option in order to address the so-called “hard cases” in which minors will be abused if forced to inform their parents about their pregnancies. However, our investigation documented that this is not the way it is actually being used. Instead, it is being automatically suggested to any underage girl who simply doesn’t want to tell her parents for any reason whatsoever or for no reason whatsoever. In the case of our caller, this was true despite the fact that she never said anything to indicate that her parents would become abusive or violent over this situation. And remember, in this specific incident, judicial bypass was not being introduced as a way to keep the child from being abused in the future, it was being introduced as a way to cover-up the fact that the child was already being abused.

If you are in a state with parental consent legislation, be aware of situations in which the caller was:

* told about judicial bypass at the moment she stated that she didn’t want to tell her parents and before she had given any legitimate reason why she didn’t want to tell them
* reassured about how quick and simple the judicial bypass process was
* advised that, during the judicial bypass hearing, it would be best not to mention the age of the person who got her pregnant or lie to the judge if he asked about it
* advised to go to another city where the judges are “more cooperative” with judicial bypass
* given specific advise for circumventing parental involvement legislation such as letting her boyfriend or another adult take her out of state without her parents knowing about it

When we began releasing this information to the public, some of our opponents said that all we uncovered was a few rogue employees who were operating outside of Planned Parenthood or National Abortion Federation guidelines. Remember, however, that this was not a random survey but a universal one. We called every Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facility in the country and made contact with almost every one. Under those circumstances, it is preposterous to suggest that when 90 percent do one thing and 10 percent do the opposite, it is the 90 percent who are in violation of the organization’s accepted and normal standards of behavior. The only logical conclusion is that the responses we received are the standard policy and practice of these organizations.

Another contention made by these groups is that our investigation simply reflects the fact that when their counselors have a sexually active underage girl on the phone they say whatever is necessary to get her into the clinic. The claim is that once she’s actually at the facility they will report her regardless of what they told her over the phone.

Anyone who listens to the tapes of these calls will find that assertion just as farfetched as the one about rouge employees. It is true that almost 10 percent of the Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facilities we surveyed said they would obey the mandatory reporting laws, and in those conversations there were times when it appeared that the counselor was indeed trying to either lure the caller into the facility or get enough information to make a report. However, when you listen to the other 90 percent, what you find is that virtually nothing is said that could even be remotely construed as an attempt to get the girl to the facility so a report could be made. In fact, almost everything that was said during those conversations would work against that objective.

That was especially apparent in calls where they suggested practical steps for her to take that would effectively eliminate any possibility of a report being filed. For example, there are calls in which they said it would be best for her to lie about her age, name or address when she came to the clinic. Some employees went so far as to reassure her that the clinic does not check IDs or verify ages. Sometimes, while she would be giving details about her situation, the counselor would interrupt and tell her not to say anymore or repeat that information. Others told her that she had already revealed too much for their clinic to be able to help her and suggested that she go to another facility and not give them so much information.

Obviously, none of this is the kind of rhetoric someone would use if they were earnestly trying to get this girl into their clinic to make a report. Instead, it was clear that what they were doing is giving her a “heads-up” and some of these counselors actually made that very point during the call.

Listen to the Tapes- Click Here

Life Dynamics is the powerful organization who is exposing the Racist history of Planned Parenthood through their documentary Maafa21

All Illinois Planned Parenthoods Willing to Hide Child Rape

Posted in Abortion, child predator, Life Dynamics, Planned Parenthood and Child Predators, pro-choice, Pro-choice law breakers with tags , , , , on March 22, 2011 by saynsumthn

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In 2002, Life Dynamics (http://childpredators.com ) in Texas audio-taped phone calls it made to 813 Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation clinics across the U.S. An actress portraying a 13-year-old said she had been impregnated by her 22-year old boyfriend and needed an abortion.

This is audio from four of those calls.

Full audio for all 12 Illinois Planned Parenthood clinics here: http://www.jillstanek.com/2011/03/pro-life-sting-every-illinois-planned-paren…

More info & audio on the 2002 nationwide abortion clinic sting by Life Dynamics here: http://childpredators.com

Parental Outrage oust Planned Parenthood from Knox County School

Posted in Abortion, child predator, Parental Rights, Planned Parenthood, Pro-Life, Sex Ed with tags , , , , , , , on March 3, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Dozens speak about Planned Parenthood in Knox County schools
Posted: Mar 02, 2011 10:01 PM CST
By JILL MCNEAL

KNOXVILLE (WATE) – The controversy over Planned Parenthood in Knox County schools continued Wednesday night with dozens of passionate people speaking out at the school board meeting.

After complaints from parents, Superintendent Dr. Jim McIntyre recently decided Planned Parenthood and other outside groups would no longer be allowed to give sex education presentations to students.

“Planned Parenthood is a wolf in sheep’s clothing and it is prowling among our own children,” said Giannine Morris.

The parents who fought to get Planned Parenthood out of Knox County Schools still want to know how the controversial group got in the first place.

“To me, to allow Planned Parenthood to teach sex education in the public schools is tantamount to allowing the Ku Klux Klan to teach their radical racist wrong viewpoint of American history to innocent children,” said Barry Walker.

“Let’s not let anybody come back into our schools and tell them that anything other than abstinence only education works because it doesn’t,” said Matthew Parsons.
One of the complaints against Planned Parenthood was the graphic information available on its website and those linked to it.

“If you think these kids haven’t already been poking around the Internet the find out about sex, I think you’re naive,” said Ann Strange.

“I view sex as a confusing and sensitive issue for curious adolescents who have questions about changes that are occurring in their physical and psychological development. I do not view it as something inherently dirty or evil, a taboo to be swept under the rug while I stick my fingers in my ears and sing loudly, ‘Abstinence Only,'” said Julie Gautreau.

A Bearden High School student and Planned Parenthood peer educator was one of the last to speak at the meeting. “I think that as students, we have the right to information, no matter what it’s about, no matter how controversial it is,” said Kristin Maxwell.

Those opposed to Planned Parenthood are concerned about local teachers attending the group’s conferences with school funding. The superintendent said that is a possibility.

HT Fletcher Armstrong Blog: for this account:
Planned Parenthood: No child left beind?
Posted by Fletcher on March 3rd, 2011

Here are Shirley Moore’s remarks to the Knox County School Board last night:

My name is Shirley Moore and I live with my family in East Knoxville. We were among the first families to join the extended Magnet program. My children graduated from Austin East.

I witnessed the storm that ensued this Fall because a parent asked questions about a Planned Parenthood presentation at Hardin Valley. Sure enough she was ridiculed in the press in a poorly executed attempt at satire. When she called the administration, she was greeted with the sullen remark: “Oh, you’re that parent”. But I read in the plans for school reform that you “welcome parental input and community involvement.” Pardon me if I am skeptical after witnessing this.

Do I believe it’s settled because it’s reported in the news that “no outside presenters will be allowed to teach sex ed”? Well, I tried to believe it on Saturday. But then learned on Sunday that a Bearden health teacher was honored by Planned Parenthood as Runner-up for the “2007 Family Life Educator of the Year” award. This is the same person who would not claim any affiliation with them when asked recently. If the affiliation is honorable, why the reticence and secrecy?

Secrecy and deception are second nature here just as they were for the early founders of the sex education industry. Much of Planned Parenthood’s agenda is based on the ideology-driven research of Alfred Kinsey. In fact, Planned Parenthood and Playboy Magazine supported the Kinsey Institute in the early days. Today in 2011, the two institutes cited under “Research” at a Planned Parenthood regional website are: the Alan Guttmacher Institute and The Kinsey Institute. (http://www.plannedparenthood.org/ppsi/other-links-17762.htm)

Scientists and medical researchers have refuted his dubious research for years. But Family Life Education is steeped in Kinsey mythology. Here’s Bill Taverner, director of the Center for Family Life Education at Planned Parenthood, featured on Kinsey Confidential, on the Kinsey Institute web site. (Printed web pages) (http://kinseyconfidential.org/reading-bill-taverner/)

And how did Dr. Kinsey get his own Institute at Indiana University? If you read his Kinsey Institute approved biography (Kinsey by James Jones, 1997), one reason was, President Wells wanted him off campus, because he was nervous about some of Kinsey’s partners. It became known to IU officials that Kinsey was collaborating with child predators. Predators sent Kinsey notes on the responses of children they were currently abusing.

One abuser was Rex King who introduced him to other deviants known as the “Rush Street boys” in Chicago. Kinsey engaged with them in sadomasochistic events in his home attic; he had his photographer commit the profane rites to film. (Also documented in the Jones biography.)

The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. If you understand something about the obsessive perversions of Kinsey and those around him, you’ll understand why parents are perfectly right to question what is being taught their children and by whom.

The sex ed industry embraced Kinsey’s flawed data to support a shared ideology: Nothing is abnormal. Nothing: Alfred Kinsey’s long-held ambition was to wipe pedophilia off the legal books as a crime. Is it really a surprise that Planned Parenthood clinics can look the other way when victims of sexual abuse come through the door?

Any parent who questions the curriculum, where it comes from, who’s teaching and who trained them is smart. And deserves respect and answers that haven’t been forthcoming: Who brought them into the schools, who trained the wellness teachers? And why are they being allowed to continue the rest of the year? I never realized “unsuitable” had a sell-by date on it. If it was unsuitable last week, it’s unsuitable now, and it’s unsuitable tomorrow.

They are persistent. If Planned Parenthood didn’t get our children the first time around, they’re coming in the back doors of our schools for a second run. It gives new meaning to the phrase: “No Child Left Behind”.
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Get Planned Parenthood corruption away from our children.
Posted by Fletcher on March 2nd, 2011

Abortion for your child, behind your back.
Earlier tonight, more than two dozen citizens, including many parents of children in Knox County Schools, spoke out against the presence of Planned Parenthood (PP) at the monthly School Board meeting. Although PP has apparently been kicked out (for now), many parents are concerned that their corrupting influence will still endanger our children through teacher training programs and PP water-carriers in the Health Department.

As nearly as we could tell, few (three, according to a comment below) parents spoke on behalf of PP, other than their own staff members. That ought to tell you something. Of the next few days, FAB will publish the comments from many who spoke.

Here are my remarks:
My name is Fletcher Armstrong, a concerned citizen. Thank you for hearing my concerns.
Let me first acknowledge the decision to remove Planned Parenthood from our classrooms, effective at the end of the year. I urge you to make this removal effectively immediately. Planned Parenthood is the largest chain of abortion clinics in America and they make a lot of money at it. They should have no place in our schools to market their agenda and their “services” to our children.

Please don’t believe anything I’m about to say. Examine the evidence for yourself. Start with ChildPredators.com. You will hear conversations between Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation abortion clinic personnel and a caller who identified herself as a 13-yr-old child, pregnant by her 22-yr-old “boyfriend.” This is statutory rape in every state. You will hear clinic workers acknowledge their own legal responsibility to report the evidence of this abuse, but still coach the caller to help them cover it up.

You could also visit LiveAction.org and watch video of Planned Parenthood personnel offering to perform abortions on under-age girls, employing a “judicial bypass” as a way of getting around state laws that require parental consent or notification.
Put it all together, and you will see evidence that Planned Parenthood is willing and able to provide your children with abortions, behind your back. If your minor child is being abused, they are even willing to cover up the evidence and allow the abuse to continue.

Listen to the tapes. Watch the videos for yourself.

Beyond their deceptive business practices, Planned Parenthood promotes an unhealthy agenda for children. Their materials and philosophies are much worse than you think.

For example, consider the Planned Parenthood website TeenWire.com. On this website, teenagers are told that if you “trust each other,” “care about each other,” and “have fun together,” among other things, “you may be ready to have sex.” What sane parent would tell her 13-yr-old daughter that if she and any of her boyfriends “have fun together” and “care about each other,” they might be ready for sex? (Source: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/info-for-teens/sex-masturbation/am-ready-sex-33826.htm)
[Youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6q6kNcS9E9U]
(from I Didn’t Spew, TakeCareDownThere.org)

Consider the Planned Parenthood website, Take Care Down There (.org). In one skit, I Didn’t Spew, one teenage boy is engaging in oral sex. The adult figure walks over and gives his implicit approval of the activity. He complains only at the boy’s failure to use a condom. In the middle of this conversation, another boy stands up and wipes his mouth. Would you teach your teenage boy that this is normal sexual behavior? Before he goes out with his friends, do you encourage him to be this guy (standing there with his pants down) or this one (down on his knees)?

Some have tried to say that all of this is pretty tame compared to the other things that our children have seen. That’s beside the point. Yes, there are disgusting things on the Internet. The difference is that none of the porn merchants who put up those websites have been endorsed by the Knox County Schools as experts and role models. Until now, we haven’t promoted reckless sexual behavior as suitable for teenage “exploration.”
The effect of all of this, if not the purpose, is to break down all barriers and limitations on behavior. What has this gotten us? We used to worry about 2 STDs, now there are more than 25.

And rampant teen pregnancy. But not to worry. Planned Parenthood will perform your child’s abortion, and you don’t even need to know about it.
And why have they become so much more aggressive at marketing their “services” to your teens and ours? Follow the money. I’ve documented on my blog how Planned Parenthood could rake in billions of dollars by expanding their abortion business and getting taxpayers to foot the bill. (Source: http://www.fletcherarmstrongblog.com/abortion-obamacare-and-planned-parenthood-follow-the-money/)

There’s a big profit to be made by marketing (first) sex and (then) abortion to our children, and Planned Parenthood is poised to get a huge share of it. It’s an outrageous conflict of interest.

Pam Strickland wrote a column in the News Sentinel entitled “Somebody needs to talk to kids about sex.” Maybe she’s right about that. Somebody should talk to them about smoking, too, but it shouldn’t be Philip Morris.

One more thing I have to tell you in all candor. I am the Southeast Director of the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform. At CBR, we expose what Planned Parenthood does.

Talking points for defunding eugenics founded Planned Parenthood

Posted in Abortion, child predator, Defund Planned Parenthood, Eugenics, Financial mismanagement, Planned Parenthood with tags , , , , , , , , on February 24, 2011 by saynsumthn

1. Planned Parenthood’s runs the largest abortion chain in the nation; taxpayers should not be forced to financially support it. Planned Parenthood has ended the fiscal year with a profit every year since 1987, according to its annual reports. In 2009, its profit was $63.4 million, after it reported grabbing an all time high of $363.2 million the same year from government grants and programs.
Why should we fund Planned Parenthood’s profitable venture with our tax dollars? Why should people who vehemently oppose Planned Parenthood’s agenda be forced to pay for it?

2. Planned Parenthood’s business model is abortion-centered. Though it claims abortion is only 3% of its business, in reality abortion generates 40.6% of Planned Parenthood’s clinic income. According to former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson, it imposes abortion quotas on its abortion facility operators to make up for financial shortfalls in other areas. According to Planned Parenthood officials, it will require every affiliate to have at least one clinic that offers abortions within the next two years.

3. Planned Parenthood sidesteps mandatory law enforcement reporting by coaching young people and those who abuse them to withhold information or lie. Planned Parenthood employees around the nation have been caught time and again on video and audio coaching young people and their abusers to withhold information about their age and the age of their sexual partners in order to avoid mandatory reporting to law enforcement. They were recently caught on video collaborating with self-identified sex traffickers of very young girls and coaching them on how to profit off of 14-year-old girls during the time immediately following an abortion. Former prosecutor Phil Kline testified recently that Planned Parenthood of Overland Park and/or George Tiller failed to report 164 cases of child rape in Kansas during a given time period.

Read Planned Parenthood’s list of “Bad Apples” may not be so “isolated” !

4. Planned Parenthood lacks accountability for the billions of tax dollars it takes in. A report from the Government Accountability Office gleaned from Planned Parenthood’s Single Audit Act reports failed to account for $1.3 billion dollars in government funding received by Planned Parenthood from 2002 – 2008.

5. Planned Parenthood has been charged with overbilling the government for Medicaid reimbursements in New Jersey, California, New York and Washington.

6. READ: (click) Many reasons to defund Planned Parenthood: eugenics, racism, abortion, audits, misappropriation of funds, Medicaid billing practices, hiding sexual predators

7. Planned Parenthood was founded on racism and eugenics and by a KLAN speaker: Margaret Sanger, watch the 2.5 hour documentary Maafa21 (clip below) for proof: