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

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

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

Child Predator Cases Screen

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

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

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

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

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


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

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

Adam Gault

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

You can read additional cases here.

Child Predator Atty Project

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

Woman set on fire pregnant because boyfriend did not want the child !

Posted in pro-choice violence with tags , , , on May 29, 2012 by saynsumthn

Pregnant woman kidnapped, set on fire and shot; two men now under arrest, the mom of one talks
Woman, unborn baby remain alive
By: Michael Rosenfield
WARREN, Mich. (WXYZ) – Two men are under arrest in the brutal attack on a pregnant woman. The mother of one of the suspects says she can’t believe her son, a father of two, could do this.

Warren police say it was a horrific crime.

The suspects names have not been released pending charges.

One is believed to be the woman’s ex-boyfriend and father of her unborn child.

Warren Police say a 22-year-old pregnant woman and her unborn baby are alive after a grisly crime early Saturday morning.
The victim tells police she and her ex-boyfriend had just returned from a drive-in movie in Dearborn when she dropped him off at the home of his new girlfriend on Sherman Street in Warren.

The two pulled into the garage and then got out of the car. The garage door then suddenly closed.

“The next thing she knew she was grabbed by the throat and a gun was put to her head,” said Warren Police Commissioner Jere Green. “She was ordered to the ground.”
Green says she was blindfolded, and duct tape was placed on her mouth and wrapped around her hands and feet.

The suspect then drove her around in her Saturn Vue for about ten minutes before stopping in an alley in Detroit. That was near I94 and I75.
Then the man said two things.

“He said ‘you know why this is happening’ and then he asked her about how far along she was,” says Commissioner Green.
The woman, who is nine months pregnant, says she felt liquid poured on her, then heard a match strike and then she was on fire.

“She was able to get out of the car and start rolling on the ground, trying to put the fire out,” Green says. “And when that happened, two shots were fired and she was struck once in the back.”

She played dead, and the man took off.

She was able to free herself from the duct tape and then drove away, calling her mother from a gas station and then driving to her mother’s home on Detroit’s east side. Her mother then took her to Royal Oak Beaumont Hospital. She was later transferred to Detroit Receiving.

Later in the morning, police took her ex-boyfriend into custody for questioning.

Police say he is a person of interest because he did nothing to help and did not call 911. He tells police he was sleeping and did not see the attack.
Neighbors say they often see very nice cars and a lot of traffic at the Sherman Street house where the woman was abducted.

Warren police could be seen Saturday morning taking fingerprints and photos of charcoal starter fluid in the garage.

They also dusted the woman’s Saturn Vue for fingerprints.

Police say the possible motive for the attack is the boyfriend not wanting another child.

7 Action News has learned that one day after the woman had a baby shower earlier in May, a suspect showed up at her mother’s house and pointed a gun at her. The mother slammed the door and he left.

An ultrasound shows the unborn baby is healthy according to police.

A spokesman for Detroit Receiving Hospital says the woman is listed in serious condition. She is recovering from burns to her back and head. Police say the bullet wound to her back did not do any serious damage. She is due to give birth in three weeks.

7 Action News is not naming the woman at this time. Reached by cell phone, her mother declined to comment Saturday afternoon.

Sources tell 7 Action News the ex-boyfriend is 22 and has a criminal record that includes an armed robbery arrest.
He remains in police custody.

The victim was not able to get a good description of the attacker.

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Sentencing today for pro-choice man who kidnapped pregnant girl friend at gunpoint to force abortion

Posted in Abortion, pro-choice, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , , , on June 9, 2011 by saynsumthn

Ohio man faces 20 years in abortion-gunpoint case
Updated: 06/09/2011 02:52:43 AM EDT/ Lebanon Daily News

COLUMBUS, Ohio—A man charged under an Ohio fetal homicide law for taking his pregnant girlfriend to an abortion clinic at gunpoint faces 20 years in prison when a judge sentences him Thursday.

Dominic Holt-Reid, 28, pleaded guilty in April to attempted murder, weapons and abduction counts after police say he pulled a gun Oct. 6 on girlfriend Yolanda Burgess and forced her to drive to the clinic.

Burgess, who was who was three months pregnant and 26 years old at the time, did not go through with the procedure but instead passed a note to a clinic employee, who called police. She has since delivered a healthy baby.

Prosecutors brought their case against Holt-Reid using a 1996 law that says a person can be found guilty of murder for causing the unlawful termination of a pregnancy.
Under the plea deal reached with Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien, Holt-Reid also faces a $40,000 fine. Franklin County Common Pleas Judge Patrick Sheeran planned to sentence Holt-Reid Thursday.

Holt-Reid’s attorney, Larry Shoemaker, has said he plans to argue that Holt-Reid’s actions did not risk Burgess’ unborn child and so are distinguished from murder cases O’Brien has argued under the statute in the past.

Shoemaker said he’ll push for a sentence of closer to three years rather than the 20-year maximum.

Shoemaker described his client as remorseful and overwhelmed. He said Holt-Reid has not spoken to Burgess since October, but he believes the two intend to continue their relationship.

The Ohio fetal homicide law and statues like it in other states have typically been used to win convictions in car crashes in which a pregnant woman died and in cases involving attacks on expectant mothers. Legal experts have said they were unfamiliar with such a law being cited in a case similar to Holt-Reid’s.

O’Brien said he was comfortable using the fetal homicide statute against Holt-Reid, because Holt-Reid’s intention was to end Burgess’ pregnancy.

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Jailed Missionaries return from Haiti and tell their story

Posted in Haiti with tags , , , , , on February 23, 2010 by saynsumthn

Haitian Missionaries released

Posted in H1N1 with tags , , , , , , , on February 18, 2010 by saynsumthn


Eight American missionaries charged with child kidnapping in Haiti returned to the U.S. aboard a military cargo plane early Thursday after nearly three weeks in a Haitian jail. But two others remained detained in an ordeal sparked by the group’s attempt to take 33 children out of the earthquake-stricken country.

About 12 hours after a Haitian judge approved their release, the missionaries arrived on a U.S. Air Force C-130 just after midnight at Miami International Airport. They declined to answer reporters’ questions as they briskly walked into a hotel adjoining the airport and got in an elevator.

“They’re very tired,” said Caleb Stegall, a district attorney in Kansas who has been helping some of the missionaries. “They’ve had quite an ordeal and they’re obviously looking forward to a soft bed, a hot meal and a warm shower.”

Elated relatives expressed relief, including Sean Lankford of Meridian, Idaho, whose wife and daughter were among the eight released. When asked by The Associated Press how he felt late Wednesday, he offered two words: “Damn good.”

Earlier, Lankford said events had been unpredictable. “There’s been a lot of a strange twists and turns in this case,” he said.

The group’s swift departure from Haiti began Wednesday when Judge Bernard Saint-Vil said eight of the 10 missionaries were free to leave without bail because parents of the children had testified they voluntarily gave their children to the missionaries believing the Americans would give them a better life.

“The parents gave their kids away voluntarily,” Saint-Vil said in explaining his decision.

He said, however, that he still wanted to question the group’s leader, Laura Silsby, and her former nanny, Charisa Coulter, because they had visited Haiti prior to the quake to inquire about obtaining orphans.

Just after dusk in Haiti, the bedraggled, sweat-stained group of eight walked out of the jail escorted by U.S. diplomats. They waited until they were safely inside a white embassy van before some flashed smiles and gave a thumbs up to reporters. Their plane took off from Port-au-Prince shortly thereafter as a group of reporters watched.

The missionaries were charged with child kidnapping for trying to take 33 Haitian children to the Dominican Republic on Jan. 29 without Haitian adoption certificates.

Their detentions came just as aid officials were urging a halt to short-cut adoptions in the wake of the earthquake. Before their release, Haiti’s No. 2 justice official, Claudy Gassent, informed them of the judge’s decision but said he also gave them a lecture.

“They know they broke the law,” he said.

The missionaries say they were on a do-it-youself “rescue mission” to take child quake victims to a hastily prepared orphanage in the Dominican Republic, denying the trafficking charge.

Silsby originally said they were taking only orphaned and abandoned children, but The Associated Press determined that at least 20 were handed over willingly by their parents, who said the Baptists had promised to educate them and let their parents visit.

Saint-Vil said he did not release Silsby, 47, or Coulter, 24, because of their previous activities in Haiti during a December visit. Silsby hastily enlisted the rest of the group after the quake. Coulter, of Boise, Idaho, is diabetic and the judge signed an order Wednesday afternoon authorizing her hospitalization.

He said he had planned to question both women Thursday but that Coulter’s health situation could prompt a delay. She had briefly been taken to a U.S. field hospital on Wednesday for treatment after feeling faint but was then taken back to jail.

Silsby’s sister in Idaho, Kim Barton, said learning that her sister could not leave Haiti was difficult.

“At this point I don’t have any comment. I don’t know any more than you do,” Barton said.

Gary Lissade, the Haitian attorney for freed detainee Jim Allen of Amarillo, Texas, said he expected the charges to be dropped against the eight.

“My faith means everything to me, and I knew this moment would come when the truth would set me free,” Allen said in a statement issued by the Liberty Legal Institute in Plano, Texas.