Thursday, November 02, 2006

WorldNetDaily: Abortion records reveal cases of suspected child rape, incest

These cases arise in Kansas, the same State where George Tiller has (or had) his practice, and the same State where another abortion clinic had to close up shop when an Operation Rescue operative bought their building out from under them and then served them with an eviction notice. Now the Kansas AG finally has access to ninety case records, after a district judge redacted out the names of the women involved. Those records reveal evidence of child rape, incest, and, more to the point, failure of abortion providers to report the same.

Interestingly, this investigation is an election issue. The AG's challenger has said that he would not pursue this investigation. Now the incumbent can ask an all-important question: "Are you sure about that?" I quote:

Kline said now with access to the records, there may be evidence of child rape, failure to report child rape, performing illegal late-term abortions, rape by force or fear, failure to report suspicion of child sexual abuse, incest, making false information and others.
I ask again: Are you sure you wouldn't investigate this sort of crime? Of course, some big federal tax monies are involved, and that explains the opposition to his investigation--and certain other people have some 'splainin' to do about the very involvement of federal tax money.
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