Planned Parenthood in Kansas, Tiller, Ignored 164 Cases of Child RapeThis persecution of Phill Kline even emanates from the highest court of Kansas, the Kansas Supreme Court, of which one pro-abortion justice, Carole Beier, an appointee of former pro-abortion Governor Sebelius, called for the ethics investigations against Kline.
by Steven Ertelt
2/22/11 7:16 PM
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Former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline dropped a bombshell during a hearing today in a case involving pro-abortion pushback against the charges he filed against a Planned Parenthood abortion business.
The man who was the top pro-life attorney in the state of Kansas is in the middle of hearings on nine counts of alleged ethical violations before the Kansas Attorney Disciplinary Board. The trial is estimated to go on for two weeks and is the latest phase in a protracted, multi-year effort to distract from the 107 counts of wrongdoing, including 23 felonies, against a Johnson County, Kansas Planned Parenthood abortion center.
The politically-motivated charges claim Kline acted improperly during his investigations of abortion clinics, even though recently released documents show that investigators for the Disciplinary Administrator cleared Kline of any wrong-doing in 2008. Read Story at Lifenews.Com
A big supporter of Governor Sebelius, Planned Parenthood has friends on the high court. In fact, even before Kline filed his charges, Justice Carole Beier, a Sebelius appointee and former lawyer with the pro-abortion National Women’s Law Center, called for an ethics investigation of Kline.As I have written in past posts on this web site, the abortion forces in Kansas will not tolerate any interference in their macabre business of killing pre-born defenseless human beings. Their purpose is to intimidate any future prosecutors to ignore illegal actions against Planned Parenthood, or any other abortion business. This is the culture of death in action.
Indeed, the Kansas high court is so inclined to wield its power on behalf of the abortion industry that it even silenced a fellow judge who agreed with Kline’s findings, barring his testimony.
Again, the case against Planned Parenthood is ongoing, with three lower court judges now having found probable cause for it to move forward. Read article: Persecution Against Phill Kline by Jill Stanek.