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Man sentenced to jail after impregnating 13 year-old later taken for abortion

Posted in Abortion clinic covers sexual abuse, Abortionist Child Predator, Abortionist Investigated, Abortionist Medical Board, child abuse, child predator with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 6, 2014 by saynsumthn

Ronte L LathamA 20-year-old Indiana man has been sentenced to a year in prison, after he impregnated a 13 year old girl who was later taken for an abortion.

According to reports, the girl met Latham while visiting a park.

The victim told police Latham did not ask the teen’s age before or during sex that took place at his home, which, according to court records began in December of 2012.

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The girl became pregnant and had an abortion in February 2013. Latham admitted to having sex with the child but claimed he was unaware that she had the abortion.

Latham, pleaded guilty in September to one Class C felony charge of child molesting. In addition to the jail time, he was given three years on probation and ordered to pay $600 in restitution.

According to Life News, Allen County Right to Life was aware of this 13-year-old girl having an abortion (non-identifying information only on her) and the abortionist not reporting it. The pro-life group filed hundreds of complaints with the Indiana State Attorney General’s Office, against abortion doctor Ulrich Klopfer, alleging sloppy record keeping at his abortion clinic.

Abortionist Ulrich George Klopfer  Photo credit: WSBT - Jade Birch

Abortionist Ulrich George Klopfer Photo credit: WSBT – Jade Birch

Apparently, Klopfer was not reporting abortions he performed on under age girls. The Indiana Attorney General’s office filed complaints filed against Klopfer and in September asked the state’s medical board to review the license of Klopfer and three of his associates Dr. Kathleen Glover, Dr. Resad Pasic, and Dr. Raymond Robinson, for failing to report.

At the time those charges were filed, Klopfer faced criminal misdemeanor charges of failing to properly report abortions on a 13-year-olds in Gary and South Bend.

Recently, a national pro-life group compiled 60 criminal case summaries showing that abortion and Planned Parenthood centers fail to report abortions on minor children. That report, published by Life Dynamics in Denton, Texas, can be read here.

TRIAL: Real sex traffick victim taken to abortion clinic by force !

Posted in Abortion, human trafficking, Planned Parenthood, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , , on February 11, 2011 by saynsumthn

GUAM: Violence alleged in trafficking case trial
By Laura Matthews • Pacific Daily News • February 12, 2011

Verbal and physical abuse and forced abortion were some of the allegations brought up yesterday against a defendant in a sex trafficking case that’s been ongoing in federal court all week.

Family members and former employees continue to testify that Blue House Lounge Owner Song Ja Cha not only allegedly forced teenage girls to offer sexual favors in her establishment, but also allegedly beat them, called them degrading names and had at least one girl get an abortion.

Former Blue House Lounge employee Saknin Weria took the stand yesterday and told jurors that she got pregnant by a customer at the Blue House Lounge and then left. And although she’s able to raise her child, others weren’t as fortunate.

Weria recalled a coworker’s pregnancy and said Song Ja Cha, whom they called “Mama San” or “Mamasan,” allegedly wanted her to get rid of it.

Weria said the girl was allegedly forced to drink Pine-Sol, Clorox bleach, and they “jump on the stomach, do anything” to prevent that baby from being born.
When that didn’t kill the baby, Weria said Song Ja Cha took the girl to a clinic for an abortion.

The experience affected the girl, Weria told jurors during direct examination.

“She was just, I don’t know. She didn’t talk to any of us,” Weria said. “She was scared of Mama San, so she wanted to get rid of the baby.”

Weria pleaded guilty to conspiracy in May 2008, according to a plea agreement filed in court May 20, 2008.

Weria and other witnesses have testified that women were told to have sex with customers at the Blue House Lounge, and those who didn’t comply would be physically abused or had food withheld from them.

Girls who didn’t look beautiful enough were called names, according to witnesses.

Song Ja Cha is accused of trafficking women from Chuuk and using them as prostitutes in her business. She is facing 20 counts of charges that include conspiracy, sex trafficking and coercion, and enticement to travel for purpose of prostitution, according to an indictment filed with the court.

A ruling from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last year reaffirmed a Hawaii federal court decision to put a lid on evidence of alleged sex trafficking that was seized from the Blue House Lounge in Tamuning in January 2008, according to Pacific Daily News files.

Substantial evidence taken from the suspected brothel more than two years ago was suppressed because of a pervasive “nonchalant attitude” and slow work in the Guam Police Department, according to the ruling.

This story comes on the heels of a recent serious of undercover tapes reveal that Planned Parenthood would be willing to assist pimps with abortions even when they admit they are trafficking in underage sex workers:

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

Disgraced crowd takes pictures while teen girl is raped ! Disgusting !

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on November 10, 2009 by saynsumthn

Bystanders and Civilization: The Richmond Rape Case
Mark Earley

November 10, 2009

On the night of October 23rd, a 15-year-old girl in Richmond, California, was brutally assaulted by as many as seven young men between the ages of 15 and 20.

One policeman called the events of that night a “barbaric act” and “one of the most disturbing crimes in my 15 years as a police officer.”

What disturbed him wasn’t only the overt criminal acts but the response—or more precisely, the lack of a response—of those in a position to help.

According to the police, the victim had left a dance at Richmond High School and was in the school’s courtyard when she was gang-raped. As heinous as this crime was, what made it a national story was that approximately 20 kids witnessed the attack and did nothing. Nothing.

Actually, it was worse than that. As word spread about the attack, people came to check it out. There are reports that some of the bystanders took pictures of the assault with their cell phone cameras instead of calling for help. Others laughed and a few even joined in the attack.

No sooner had police found the victim, semi-conscious under a bench, than attention focused on the behavior of the crowd. Comparisons were made to the 1964 murder of Kitty Genovese in New York, in which her neighbors supposedly ignored her cries for help because they didn’t want to get involved.

While how many of Genovese’s neighbors actually heard her cries for help is in dispute, there are no such doubts in this case.

So why didn’t anyone do something to help? An obvious factor is fear. Richmond, California, has been described as “one of the nation’s most dangerous cities,” and its murder rate is higher than Oakland’s or Los Angeles’. The school even recently approved the use of surveillance cameras following a series of violent crimes on campus.

In this setting, people have reason to believe that authorities cannot protect them and, thus, getting involved will put them at risk.

Even so, many people live in dangerous neighborhoods where “snitching” is dangerous, but they don’t gather to watch another person being brutalized, much less take photos or laugh. After all, the attack ended when people down the street from the school learned what was happening and called the police.

The response that shocked the nation speaks to an indifference to the well-being of others among some of our children. Instead of empathy, these young people showed apathy—and, as one observer said, “a total indifference to [behavior], customs, mores, and sensibilities,” the things we associate with being civilized.

What happened in Richmond, California, is an unsettling reminder that the standards that make a good society possible cannot be taken for granted. It doesn’t take much to set them aside. That’s why those standards and the beliefs that make them possible must be taught and renewed continuously.

As one Oakland pastor wrote, what happened on October 23rd “is reflective of a societal breakdown that is not limited to the Richmond city limits.”

And that’s what should disturb us the most.