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Planned Parenthood, Others, Caught on Tape Protecting Child Rapists
Kansas Attorney General Conducts Criminal Investigation--Other AGs Request Life Dynamics Data for Their States
During a two-year investigation, American family planning clinics were caught on tape covering up what they believed was the statutory rape of a 13-year-old girl.
As part of the investigation, completed in 2002, Life Dynamics Incorporated of Denton, Texas recorded over 800 calls to Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facilities across America. The female caller portrayed a 13-year-old girl who was pregnant by an adult and wanted an abortion in order to hide the illegal sexual relationship from her parents and the authorities.
On the tapes, many of the clinic workers are heard telling the caller that this situation was unlawful and that they were legally mandated to report it to the state. However, even after acknowledging this, 91 percent of the 800 facilities contacted agreed to illegally conceal it.
U.S. Tax Dollars at Work
Representatives of these organizations--often operating on tax dollars--routinely instructed a child who they believed to be a sexual assault victim to:
Many clinic representatives told the caller that they deal with this situation "all the time" and that the advice they were giving her is the way they normally handle it.
"The tapes from our investigation clearly prove that these people are running a pedophile protection racket," said Life Dynamics President, Mark Crutcher. "America's family planning clinics are little more than corporate accomplices for sexual predators who target children."
Calling the results of the survey sickening, Crutcher also noted that this cover-up is part of a national epidemic of older men sexually preying on underage girls. "The most reliable current data shows that among girls 15 or younger who get pregnant, between 60 and 80 percent are impregnated by adults, and now we know who's making big money off the cover-up."
Now, Kansas abortion clinics are not only refusing to cooperate with Attorney General Phil Kline's investigation into this issue, representatives have even stated in published reports that they will not comply with the state's mandatory reporting laws regarding the sexual abuse of children.
Since this showdown recently broke into the national media, ten other attorneys general have requested data from the Life Dynamics investigation.
Crutcher says, "Stay tuned. Mr. Kline's criminal investigation is just the beginning. It may have been a long time in coming, but the fur is starting to fly."
For Additional Information: ChildPredators.com
Contact: Rita Lanning, (940) 380-8800
Posted: March 8, 2005