Planned Parenthood Covers Up Statutory Rape

by Ryan on December 5, 2008

in Culture,Politics,Religion

A “nurse” at Planned Parenthood in Indiana was caught on secret camera covering up child abuse in the form of statutory rape.  A 20-year-old college student posing as a pregnant 13-year-old went to a Planned Parenthood in Bloomington, Indiana, looking for an abortion.  Granted, she was there to look for potential abuses (as she was not pregnant) and certainly found them! 

When pressed, the college student tells the “nurse” that she’s 13 and got pregnant from a much older person.  In Indiana, this is statutory rape and must be reported. The “nurse” is fully aware of those implications and gives the under-cover girl the location of a place outside of Indiana where the girl could get an abortion – essentially coaching her to have that abortion while simultaneously skirting the law since this “nurse” does not report the incident to the authorities.  When a social worker or public employee, like a nurse or a teacher, etc., hears about abuse they must by law report it.  Hence, this Planned Parenthood “nurse” broke the law.

Here’s the video:

Skip to about 3:20 for the coaching or watch the whole thing for back story as well. 

Planned Parenthood’s lobbying and power have made it such that in my state of New Jersey a 13-year-old girl must have expressed verbal permission from her parents to take an Advil, but the parents need not be notified if that same 13-year-old girl gets an abortion or is even pregnant — headache = parental notification; pregnancy and significant operation which can lead to serious post-op bleeding, depression, and when done frequently can ruin a girl’s chances from ever having children = no parental notification!  It’s pretty disgusting.  

The question this tape raises is this: how often does this kind of criminal behavior take place when the cameras aren’t rolling?

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

PerfectBark December 5, 2008 at 10:20 pm

I am sure that this is another Pro-life farce since the only people reporting this are from right wing media outlets like worldnetdaily…..they failed to stop abortion rights by murdering doctors and bombing abortion clinics so now they resort to this….


Ryan December 6, 2008 at 11:04 am

I suppose those with your point of view would rather approve of this new approach given the alternatives you mention. Why is it so hard to believe that Planned Parenthood is occasionally dishonest and immoral? Why must this be a farce? Why would the left report something that they diagree with if they don’t have to? Given all the issues in the headlines nowadays, why should the MSM waste their time with such a small story? Plus, the link was from the Washington Times, not just World Net Daily.

Also, look into PP’s history: Margaret Sanger, the founder of PP, advocated the mandatory casteration of prisoners and believed the poor classes should be given birth control so that they would not reproduce. The problem was her efforts remarkably racist in origin, since her efforts were targeted at blacks and recent immigrant minorities — the same groups which have the highest abortion rates today. She didn’t want undesirable classes reproducing. In my head, that makes her a monster (even by the standards of her own time, by the way), and her legacy as just as dark.

I wouldn’t put anything past Planned Parenthood. The only way to keep these abortion factories open in times when abortion rates are lowering is to encourage more of the practice.


rightonoz December 8, 2008 at 12:36 am

Can’t get much more emotive subject than this (possibly except Capital Punishment – but then it allways amazes me that pro-life supporters who are against ‘murdering babies’ even when it’s legal, will support execution (murder of an adult) on the grounds that it’s the law, anyway back to the subject.

If what the councellor said was illegal then she should be charged. But then should the 20 year old student for suborning a breach of the law? If that’s what she did both are equally as guilty in law, despite what you think of the relative merits. Let’s face it this was a case of deliberate entrapment…

On the history, unfortunately the US (and some other countries) has a very dark history of people/states encouraging/forcing sterilisation and abortions on ‘undesireables’ supposedly for the best of intentions, though in reality to protect the ‘purity’. I don’t know enough about the politics of all the states involved, though do know that a good number were from the Democrat side of the fence.

Again, don’t know enough about the specifics in the US, however I consider ‘abortion factories’ to be too emotive and encouraging of the sort of radicalism that results in the bombimgs and murders mentioned (Not that I’m suggesting that’s your intent in any way Ryan).

Just so we’re up front, I’m in favour of a woman’s right to choose. I’d prefer that there was far more effective education to reduce the need rather than address the aftermath, but we’re seeing Australia follow the US here in that education is being stopped in the name of preventing ‘promiscuity’. The reality is sex will happen, no matter how much we try to prevent it, better to at least teach contraception and disease prevention than pretend it doesn’t exist.

I recognise your church has specific teachings on that.


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