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Sex perv gives teen money for abortion pill Plan B after sexting

Posted in child predator with tags , , , , , , , on September 17, 2014 by saynsumthn

A 51-year-old Pennsylvania High School history teacher and drama coach who sent inappropriate text messages to a teen also gave her money to purchase an abortion drug.

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According to the Times Tribune, Michael H. Chase is expected to be arraigned before Magisterial District Judge John Hovan Thursday morning facing three counts of corruption of minors.

Mr. Chase is accused of sending inappropriate text messages to a teen-aged girl starting when she was 14 in 2012 to this past June, according to Wyoming County Chief Detective David Ide.

WNEP reports that according to court papers, Michael Chase started sending text messages to the female student when she was a freshman back in 2012.

Their communication continued until the end of her junior year. That’s when the girl told other teachers at Tunkhannock Area what was going on.

In a statement to detectives, the girl said Chase often talked about sex and drug use with her and other students. He provided the victim with money to purchase a phone card, according to police, “so her parents wouldn’t be aware of such contact.”

Police also say Mr. Chase provided the teen with money for the purchase of the morning-after abortion pill.

Mr. Chase directed the teen, as well as other female students, to a blog — since taken down — on a social media site, Tumblr, that directed visitors to “disturbing pornographic pictures with women in bondage,” police said.

The Wyoming County District Attorney told Newswatch 16 Chase is suspended from his job at Tunkhannock Area High School.

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Recently, Life Dynamics, a national pro-life organization located in Texas, published a report of criminal cases where child sexual rapists were going to family planning, Planned Parenthood and abortion clinics and the medical offices had failed to report abuse.

This new report, entitled, “The Cover-Up of Child Sexual Abuse”, shows clearly that the failure of abortion clinics to comply with mandatory reporting laws is having profound, real-world consequences for the victims of child sexual abuse.

Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics Inc. explains, “In almost every case of adult men having sex with minor girls, the perpetrators are aware that the relationship is illegal and could land them in prison. They also know that one of the most likely ways for them to get caught is for their victims to become pregnant. When that happens, their back up plan is inevitably going to involve abortion. As a result, there is no place within the medical community where underage victims of sexual abuse are more likely to be found than at abortion clinics. The question is: how are these girls dealt with when they show up at those clinics?

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According to Life Dynamics, in all 50 states, there are statutes that require adults, including healthcare workers, to report reasonable suspicions of child sexual abuse to a law enforcement or child protection services agency. In addition, when an underage girl seeks an abortion, a pregnancy test, contraceptive drugs or devices, or treatment for a sexually transmitted disease, that is evidence of sexual intercourse involving a girl who cannot legally consent to sexual intercourse.

Crutcher continues, “It is important to understand that mandatory reporters are neither obligated nor authorized to investigate these incidents. Whatever conclusions they might reach about the legality or illegality of a child’s sexual activity has no bearing on their obligations as mandatory reporters. If they are presented with evidence of sexual activity by a patient who, by reason of her age, cannot legally consent to sexual activity, their only duty is to report to the authorities. The responsibility for determining whether a criminal act has or has not occurred belongs only to the state.”

“An analogy to this is a situation in which a man is brought into a hospital emergency room with a gunshot wound,” Crutcher explains, “ In virtually every jurisdiction in the United States, any healthcare worker treating him is legally required to report the incident to authorities – despite the fact that a criminal act may or may not have caused the injury. The man might have accidentally shot himself while cleaning his gun or he might have been shot while robbing a convenience store. But the medical staff has neither the responsibility nor the authority to make that determination. The nature of the care they are rendering is evidence of criminal activity and their only duty is to report.”

In their previous investigation, Life Dynamics 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. (Listen to actual audio tapes of the calls here)

This new report, “The Cover-Up of Child Sexual Abuse” part two, contains actual cases of criminal prosecutions against men who have been caught having illegal sexual relationships with minor girls.

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In each case, the victims were taken for abortions with no report being made by the abortion providers.

Calling their report the “tip of the iceberg”, Crutcher points out that the cases they document are a representative sample of the total number of criminal prosecutions the group found. He also explained that in the cases they highlighted, the sexual abuse against these children continued, sometimes for years, after they were brought before abortion clinic workers.

Among experts who study this issue,” Crutcher states, “ it is almost universally accepted that sexual predators who target children almost never stop on their own. Instead, they continue until they are stopped by someone else. In reading the cases you will see incident after incident in which girls continued to be raped and sexually abused – sometimes for years – after the abortion clinic where they were taken ignored the state’s mandatory reporting law. But once the situation was eventually revealed to the authorities, the perpetrator was arrested and the abuse ended immediately. This illustrates why compliance with these laws is such an indispensable tool for dealing with our national epidemic of older males sexually exploiting underage girls.”

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