Planned Parenthood: Still hiding statutory rape – UPDATED

This post didn’t stay fresh long! There is another Planned Parenthood Scandal in Indiana.   Another clinic, another video.  Planned Parenthood must be wondering how many more she taped.  I’d love to see their internal communications on how to “stop” this, since they obviously have very poor controls over it and don’t appear to want to stop it.  Remember, they were caught on audio tape countless times before and haven’t fixed the problem.

I’m on the board of a CareNet Pregnancy Center and we take the training and counseling roles very seriously.  The guidelines are very clear and communicated regularly.  Volunteers who violate them would be shown the door immediately.  When we learn of situations like this we obey the law (I was at the clinic one night when something like this came up).

P.S. Sign the petition to stop the bailout for Planned Parenthood.

From the Live Action Films site:

The footage shows Lila Rose, a UCLA student journalist and president of right-to-life advocacy group Live Action, posing as a 13-year-old girl. In an appointment with a Planned Parenthood nurse, Rose says she has been impregnated by a 31-year-old man, a clear case of child molestation under Indiana state law.

On tape, the nurse acknowledges her responsibility to report the abuse, but assures Rose she will not. The nurse says, “I am supposed to report to Child Protective Services,” but tells Rose, “Okay, I didn’t hear the age [of the 31-year-old]. I don’t want to know the age.”

She then instructs Rose how to obtain a secret abortion by crossing state lines in order to avoid Indiana’s parental consent law. The nurse also coaches Rose to cover for the 31-year-old man by saying he is only 14. She says, “You’ve seen him around, you know he’s 14, he’s in your grade and whatever. You know what I mean.”

More information here.  Where is the mainstream media?  Where is the outrage?  Why is the government still funding any part of their operations to the tune of $336,000,000 per year, leaving them with a “profit” of $114,000,000?

This is not a new thing, by the way.  It has been thoroughly documented before.

This Indiana Planned Parenthood clinic is the latest to get caught by my friend Lila Rose of Live Action Films on camera cheerily covering up statutory rape .

This time, an actor is posing as a 13-year-old girl impregnated by a 31-year-old man.

Note that one of the big lies of Big Abortion is that they oppose parental notification/consent laws because they “fear” for young girls’ safety in homes where they may be “abused” by parents or if they were raped by a relative. That is not what this is at all. This is Planned Parenthood unplugged and raw. They will (and DO) cover up the sexual exploitation of little girls. There can be no doubt that this is unwritten SOP. EVERY time Lila has done an undercover op like this, she gets the precise results she expects from this demonic organization.

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17 thoughts on “Planned Parenthood: Still hiding statutory rape – UPDATED”

  1. i saw her interview on fox a couple of weeks ago. i was not shocked by what i saw, i wish i were.

    what kills me is that my tax money goes to help fund thes killing houses…they are the ones that should be reported for child abuse

    kw

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  2. Yeah, she really looks like she’s 13. I’m sure the nurse really took her word for that.

    I’m fine with firing the nurse. It’s the smear and the judgmental self-righteousness you present that is more offensive.

    You ask about the media, about the government. But where is the history of activism on behalf of abused girls? Abused boys? Where is the consideration of help for a girl’s emotional and psychological well being. Without Planned Parenthood, what do most girls and young women face? Judgment, abandonment, threats of withdrawn support, anger, beatings.

    This nurse forgets her role to support in the best legal and moral ways available. You abdicate yours on principle.

    Hell is filled with the doctrinally confident.

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  3. “Yeah, she really looks like she’s 13. I’m sure the nurse really took her word for that.

    I’m fine with firing the nurse. It’s the smear and the judgmental self-righteousness you present that is more offensive.

    You ask about the media, about the government. But where is the history of activism on behalf of abused girls? Abused boys? Where is the consideration of help for a girl’s emotional and psychological well being. Without Planned Parenthood, what do most girls and young women face? Judgment, abandonment, threats of withdrawn support, anger, beatings.

    This nurse forgets her role to support in the best legal and moral ways available. You abdicate yours on principle.

    Hell is filled with the doctrinally confident.”

    Hi Feodor,

    I’m not sure I understand your gripe with the article. You claim there isn’t enough activism for abused girls (and boys) yet isn’t that part of what the outrage of this is? The issue is much greater than the secret abortion and is an issue of covering up for a fully adult male taking advantage of a child. Personally, I thought that was the tone that Neil applied. My opinion of Planned Parenthood put aside, how can anyone justify the covering of this as a positive for the young lady if it were a real scenario?

    Also, the abandonment and judgement of these young people making mistakes is grossly overstated. Most churches have programs to help with these exact kind of problems. The difference is instead of pushing an abortion or other quick fix/bandaid to the problem, they teach personal responsibility, faith, and communication with loved ones. I would say the second approach goes much farther towards an individual’s long term emotional health and psychological well being.

    While Christians speak out harshly about certain actions and sinful behavior, it does not mean there is no outrage for the abused or no caring for individuals in these situations. There is far more love, caring, and concern for long term resolution involved than you imply. I do agree that there are those who do not approach it correctly, but that is the human element and not exclusive to doctrinally resolute Christians.

    What Planned Parenthood does is akin to Psychiatrists overmedicating the depressed or addicted. Supression is not a solution. If anything, it contributes to the problem, especially in terms of long term emotional health.

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  4. Yeah, she really looks like she’s 13. I’m sure the nurse really took her word for that.

    The nurse didn’t appear to have any doubts about her age. Otherwise, why all the guidance on how to go across state lines and such? That accusation fails completely. And lots of 13 year olds look older than their age.

    Perhaps you could go through the countless audio recordings here and dismiss them as well? http://www.childpredators.com/Tapes.cfm

    I’m fine with firing the nurse. It’s the smear and the judgmental self-righteousness you present that is more offensive.

    Unlike your smear and judgmental self-righteousness you are displaying here? That isn’t an objection on your part, that is just a distraction. And are you actually saying that criticizing the hiding of statutory rape is worse than hiding statutory rape?

    You ask about the media, about the government. But where is the history of activism on behalf of abused girls? Abused boys? Where is the consideration of help for a girl’s emotional and psychological well being. Without Planned Parenthood, what do most girls and young women face? Judgment, abandonment, threats of withdrawn support, anger, beatings.

    That is a rather bizarre rationalization for hiding statutory rape, which is abuse of girls. Your claims for all the wonders that Planned Parenthood does are completely unsupported.

    This nurse forgets her role to support in the best legal and moral ways available. You abdicate yours on principle.

    Hell is filled with the doctrinally confident.

    Please explain to me how raising awareness of PP’s systematic masking of statutory rape is an abdication of anything on my part?

    Hell is filled with unrepentent sinners who did not put their trust in Christ.

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  5. Why is the first stated offense for Neil directed at the media? And not just media, the crime belongs to “mainstream media”?

    Your target isn’t that office of the Indiana Planned Parenthood; you’re crusade isn’t to steadily and determinedly call for appropriate state investigation into the procedures of that office.

    This is the worst kind of duplicitous self-deceiving call for anger. You reveal your motivations and the morally misplaced target of your attention.

    All “Christians” don’t define sinful behavior the same way. And all “Christians” don’t swipe at a whole profession like they are simple sophomores.

    Are some psychiatrists practicing bad medicine? No doubt. Where is the news? Where is the need for such simplistic labeling?

    Are some Planned Parenthood offices less than the best in information, aid, and care? No doubt. When evidence arises, investigate and correct the problem.

    Are some Christians self-righteous servants of ahistorical, immoral, self-appointed judgment? No doubt. Look to the log in your own eye rather than parsing judgments from 90 second video.

    You abdicate the brains God created for you to use.

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  6. How does “the nurse doesn’t appear” and “lots of 13 year olds look older” – both nothing but subjective statements – leave a comment “completely failed”? Your subjectivity does not make for truth – despite your elevated opinion of it.

    You have no proof that statutory rape was hidden. What you have legal proof of is a lack of adherence to legal guidelines for dealing with communication. Your confusion of the two is due to your rabid appetite for attacking (not the implication of mishandling of a real cases vs. fictive ones) but appetite for attacking conservative targets.

    Planned Parenthood is a legal and popularly supported institution that has been of life-saving help for hundreds of thousands. It is not perfect by any means. But you care not for legal activity of those you oppose. Even less for the help they provide since you would change its legal status if given the opportunity. You wonder about rationalization while practicing duplicitous self-deception? You wont (read will not) understand.

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  7. How does “the nurse doesn’t appear” and “lots of 13 year olds look older” – both nothing but subjective statements – leave a comment “completely failed”? Your subjectivity does not make for truth – despite your elevated opinion of it.

    Let me get this straight. It is OK when you assess the age of the girl by a visual, but bad when I point to the words and mannerisms of the lady in question?

    You have no proof that statutory rape was hidden. What you have legal proof of is a lack of adherence to legal guidelines for dealing with communication. Your confusion of the two is due to your rabid appetite for attacking (not the implication of mishandling of a real cases vs. fictive ones) but appetite for attacking conservative targets.

    Listen to the audio tapes.

    Planned Parenthood is a legal and popularly supported institution that has been of life-saving help for hundreds of thousands. It is not perfect by any means. But you care not for legal activity of those you oppose. Even less for the help they provide since you would change its legal status if given the opportunity. You wonder about rationalization while practicing duplicitous self-deception? You wont (read will not) understand.

    Life saving?! Oh, that is rich. They are the largest abortion provider in the country, which means they destroy the most human beings in the country. They kill more black human beings in a month than the KKK has in its history.

    P.S. If you want to comment here you need to tone it down.

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  8. Why is the first stated offense for Neil directed at the media? And not just media, the crime belongs to “mainstream media”?

    Because the media should cover this. They won’t, because they are so pro-abortion.

    Your target isn’t that office of the Indiana Planned Parenthood; you’re crusade isn’t to steadily and determinedly call for appropriate state investigation into the procedures of that office.

    This is the worst kind of duplicitous self-deceiving call for anger. You reveal your motivations and the morally misplaced target of your attention.

    Listen to the audios as well. This is a not a new topic. They were nailed for this at clinics around the country, and they haven’t fixed the problem. They are either incompetent managers for not being able to fix the problem or they are truly evil for not wanting to fix it.

    All “Christians” don’t define sinful behavior the same way. And all “Christians” don’t swipe at a whole profession like they are simple sophomores.

    Listen to the audio files. These are not isolated incidents.

    Are some Planned Parenthood offices less than the best in information, aid, and care? No doubt. When evidence arises, investigate and correct the problem.

    Listen to the audio files. These are not isolated incidents. They were investigated. They failed. They made excuses, and they did nothing to fix it.

    Are some Christians self-righteous servants of ahistorical, immoral, self-appointed judgment? No doubt. Look to the log in your own eye rather than parsing judgments from 90 second video.

    You abdicate the brains God created for you to use.

    You are the most judgmental and insulting person on this post and thread. Please re-read it all and note how we are pointing to the evidence and you are trying to defend the indefensible.

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  9. Feodor,

    I certainly hope your own labeling, angry response wasn’t directed at my commentary. I don’t believe I approached you in a negative way at all.

    I don’t even understand how you gleaned any reference to how Christians define sin or how it relates to approaching serious issues.

    As for Planned Parenthood itself, “a legal and popularly supported” institution is a label with no value. I’m sure your intelligent, so I shouldn’t have to tell you why. Also, even putting aside abortion (which most conveniently do when arguing for the program), I wouldn’t say it “has been of life-saving help for hundreds of thousands.” Nothing planned parenthood does “saves lives.” A more accurate description is that Planned Parenthood “saves life-related problems.” Again, this is leaving the glaring fact of abortion completely out of the equation.

    Oddly enough, many people who mention Planned Parenthood’s history, don’t seem to really understand it. They used to advocate abstinence and as time went on, safe sex. It’s ony been in recent years (relatively speaking to their history) where abortion has become practically a centerpiece. I’ll leave my own thoughts on the financial aspects weight on that very issue on a side table.

    I would only say, a an observation, the only one coming off as judgemental and angry is you. Maybe there’s a history here I’m unaware of, but I really don’t see the need to be honest. Not my business of course, just observation.

    This really seems like it’s become more of an issue between you and Neil as there seems to be a general displeasure with his blog on your end. I don’t really know. On that subject I’m obviously very uninformed. So I’ll back away slowly…

    God bless,

    PJ

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  10. Christians don’t define sinful behavior, God does. Persons who don’t get it are either new Christians who are still learning and growing, or non-Christians who claim to be Christians.

    As for who resides in hell, how do you know?

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  11. “Christians don’t define sinful behavior, God does. Persons who don’t get it are either new Christians who are still learning and growing, or non-Christians who claim to be Christians.”

    Hi SST,

    I actually disagree with this to an extent. I completely agree that God defines sin, but I think that many Christians falsely define sin also. This is not limited to “new” Christians or non-Christians with false claims. That’s the trouble.

    Too many people stray from the Bible on these issues, and that includes more “mature” Christians. It’s easy to either go overboard (I call these the “just in case” Christians), or to have a tendency to over compromise (I cal these the “Let’s just get along” Christians).

    It’s a dangerous side effect of trying to amend the Word of God to fit the world, rather than viewing the world through the prism of the Word of God.

    Just my two pennies!

    God bless,

    P

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  12. I see your point.

    I guess what I think is, that there are too many lazy Christians. People who don’t want to make the effort to find out the truth.

    Of course, some of them don’t wnat to find out the truth, it might be inconvenient.

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  13. “I see your point.

    I guess what I think is, that there are too many lazy Christians. People who don’t want to make the effort to find out the truth.

    Of course, some of them don’t wnat to find out the truth, it might be inconvenient”

    No disagreement here. What’s ironic is that many of the ones who are lazy in their studies (and I’ve had my moments, believe me) get defensive and have to work harder to defend their views. If they put that effort into a little Bible study, the problem would take care of itself.

    I personally find much more peace and contentment with answering questions about my faith the more I unlock. I know not everybody feels the same though.

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