The Live Action Map

posted at 8:23 am on February 12, 2009 by Ed Morrissey

Live Action Films has made news and launched investigations with its Mona Lisa Project, in which Lila Rose and her colleagues conduct undercover investigations into abuses at Planned Parenthood clinics.  They’ve had so much success in finding these abuses that they have created a violations map of illegal and/or abusive PP activity over the last decade.  Some of the incidents may already have been forgotten, such as the Oklahoma and Idaho clinics that cheerfully accepted donations from people posing as racists for aborting black babies.  A few had escaped my notice entirely, such as:

San Francisco, 1999: A testimonial posted on a California Planned Parenthood abortion business’ website regarding an 11-year-old rape victim has sparked a call for an investigation into the organization’s handling of sexual abuse cases. …

“I was raped at 11, by my 17 year old boyfriend. I chose not to tell my parents because I didn’t think their involvement would help, that was the right choice for me. Planned Parethood [sic] helped me deal with the aftermath of the rape allowing me to deal and cope as best as I could in my own way.”

In response, pro-life leaders have called for an investigation, as Planned Parenthood is required by law to report cases of child abuse. The abortion business has since removed the post from their web site.

In Santa Clara, a 13-year-old girl got impregnated by her 39-year-old stepfather and PP facilitated a late-term abortion.  The mother only discovered the sexual abuse of her daughter months later when she found the medical records.  PP never reported the abuse, despite being required to do so.  The same thing happened in Ohio, where PP is presently being sued on behalf of two 13-year-old who had abortions to cover up sexual abuse by a stepfather and a soccer coach.

Check out the site.  It’s an eye-opener.

Update: Mahablog says we’re “demonstrating all the understanding and compassion of rabid wolverines” in pointing out that health providers are required by law to report statutory rape in California, especially when the victim is eleven years old. Using the same logic, I’ll say that Mahablog is endorsing statutory rape of eleven-year-old girls by hailing the people who covered it up.


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Planned Parenthood is above the law!

Mr. Joe on February 12, 2009 at 8:27 AM

You think they can do no wrong NOW , just wait; The Messiah thinks the world of them.

johnsteele on February 12, 2009 at 8:30 AM

Disgusting!

Johan Klaus on February 12, 2009 at 8:32 AM

In Santa Clara, a 13-year-old girl got impregnated by her 39-year-old stepfather and PP facilitated a late-term abortion. The mother only discovered the sexual abuse of her daughter months later when she found the medical records. PP never reported the abuse, despite being required to do so.

I wonder how the 13 yos Mom didn’t know if she had gotten so far along.

It’s sad to be in a nation where some people think this is okay. A baby making the life or death decision over another baby without even being able to have the counsel of her mother.

hawkdriver on February 12, 2009 at 8:34 AM

Obama gleefully spends more on his Socialist Eugenics Program (aka human health services) than on National Defense.

Of course Planned Parenthood will get a major slice of Obama’$ Pie, subsidized exclusively by all taxpayers.

maverick muse on February 12, 2009 at 8:35 AM

I don’t get it. What do they have to gain from not reporting child abuse?

Is it just institutional laziness? Or a business decision? Are they worried that if 11-year olds know they follow the law, they’ll miss out on a few abortion fees?

Ugh. Planned Parenthood reminds of PETA: organizations that could have had noble goals … and somehow went horribly, tragically wrong.

Professor Blather on February 12, 2009 at 8:35 AM

Our tax dollars at work.

jgapinoy on February 12, 2009 at 8:37 AM

If it’s OK to kill children, then what’s wrong with all of these comparatively petty alleged offenses?

jgapinoy on February 12, 2009 at 8:38 AM

American Power tracked-back with, “Abortion Industry: “Too Many” Black Babies”:

http://americanpowerblog.blogspot.com/2009/02/abortion-industry-too-many-black-babies.html

Donald Douglas on February 12, 2009 at 8:40 AM

As horrible as the abortion is, THE SETTING REMAINS INTACT promoting the moto perpetuo sexual abuse of children when parental notification is not accomplished AS LEGALLY REQUIRED.

Where the hell is Child Protective Services?

CPS will invade and destroy homes and families on the mere cue of an anonymous source, reliable or not.

But when it comes to PROOF of incest & sex abuse of children via underage pregnancy and abortions, all the evidence is flushed away.

maverick muse on February 12, 2009 at 8:42 AM

a 17 yr old boyfriend? for an 11 yr old? whats that about?

becki51758 on February 12, 2009 at 8:44 AM

Folks, this is YOUR money. This is YOUR Messiah’s pet agency, along with ACORN. And yet we do NOTHING. OUR money spent everyday to KILL / MURDER 12,000 HUMANS…

/sad

Mark Garnett on February 12, 2009 at 8:45 AM

In Santa Clara, a 13-year-old girl got impregnated by her 39-year-old stepfather and PP facilitated a late-term abortion. The mother only discovered the sexual abuse of her daughter months later when she found the medical records. PP never reported the abuse, despite being required to do so.

Ugh.

Was anyone ever busted for this? (Starting with the stepfather? Or is rape not prosecuted in CA any more?)

RD on February 12, 2009 at 8:56 AM

Conservatives look at this in the wrong way. The libs believe that the problem in not the child undergoing an abortion, but that the “AGE OF CONSENT NEEDS TO BE LOWERED”. I bet they will come out with legislation to lower the age of consent – of course the professionals at PP will most likely back this, after all it takes a clinic to raise a child.

bloggless on February 12, 2009 at 9:06 AM

Jail the abortionists and the staff and charge them all with felonies.

NoDonkey on February 12, 2009 at 9:09 AM

This is how to play hardball with the culture of death.

The mask comes off when they think nobody’s looking because their motives are in fact not pure or virtuous.

God bless these pro-lifers.

jeff_from_mpls on February 12, 2009 at 9:10 AM

a 17 yr old boyfriend? for an 11 yr old? whats that about?
becki51758 on February 12, 2009 at 8:44 AM

If a 17 year old boy so much as leered at my 11 year old daughter, the “what’s that about” would include facial reconstruction for the young man.

Where were the parents?

Bishop on February 12, 2009 at 9:18 AM

Folks, it is time that we stop being shocked and surprised at the stances and actions of the left. Any society that advocates the killing of children as a salve for the self-indulgent sexual gratification of its citizens as well as the abdication of a human being’s natural responsibility to care for its offspring is in mortal danger.
The proper term for those who advocate abortion is baby killer.

The proper term for those who advocate consolidation of power to the Federal government to the detriment of the exercise of the free market, as well as the transfer of wealth by force from one group to another in order to advocate a matter of policy is called socialism.

It’s high time we take the gloves off and start hitting back really hard – unapologetically – and be really proud of standing up for our principles.

turfmann on February 12, 2009 at 9:20 AM

I wonder how the 13 yos Mom didn’t know if she had gotten so far along.
hawkdriver on February 12, 2009 at 8:34 AM

The girl was probably hiding it, and maybe not showing that much (especially if she wasn’t super skinny). With my first, I had a flat belly for 6 months, and then one weekend – BAM! – I looked nearly 7 months pregnant. I was 19, and in good health.

This is crazy stuff – I try not to be depressed by it, but it does affect me. Maybe I’m too pessimistic, but I honestly don’t know what can be done about how vile PP is – this project is wonderful, but are things really changing? Can they change permenantly?

Anna on February 12, 2009 at 9:28 AM

Planned Parenthood – A Rapist’s Best Friend

whitetop on February 12, 2009 at 9:33 AM

This is crazy stuff – I try not to be depressed by it, but it does affect me.
Anna on February 12, 2009 at 9:28 AM

The demoralization and depression are intentional. There are forces in the world that want you to give up so they can dance on the ashes of civilization and replace it with their violent, pagan form of life.

jeff_from_mpls on February 12, 2009 at 9:33 AM

This is crazy stuff – I try not to be depressed by it, but it does affect me. Maybe I’m too pessimistic, but I honestly don’t know what can be done about how vile PP is – this project is wonderful, but are things really changing? Can they change permenantly?

Anna on February 12, 2009 at 9:28 AM

I also wonder if we’ve gotten to a place that’s impossible to turn around from.

hawkdriver on February 12, 2009 at 9:34 AM

Where were the parents?

I think it’s pretty safe to say that these girls don’t have fathers present or at least fathers who care at all about what they do.

That’s the culture the post-modern left has given us – too many fathers who don’t care, mothers who are wrapped up in their own jobs/dating lives and children who look to their peers and our sewer popular culture/music to teach them how to be “adults”, way before they’re ready.

NoDonkey on February 12, 2009 at 9:35 AM

What do they have to gain from not reporting child abuse?–Prof.Blather

Follow the logic.

Socialists do not even want the population that already exists. They will not tolerate anything that they do not want. DISCOURAGE reproduction. ELIMINATE excessive population by all means at hand.

Planned Parenthood is but one spoke in the Socialist wheel.

As per “feelings” and “good intentions”–see them for what they are, as words themselves no longer hold integrity of definition via progressive revisionism into today’s Global Socialist reality.

Socialist Puppet Masters do not credit their collective marionette subjects with any human value. Favor and disfavor have nothing to do with anything concerning the general public reproduction.

Mormons thought Missouri’s Extermination Order was bad (and it was!). Native American Indian Tribes suffered the worst before the dawning of Obama’s 21st Century denies fetus life, moralizing the convoluted “virtue” of abortion.

Does abortion kill more life than all illnesses and auto accidents now? Someone knows the statistics.

maverick muse on February 12, 2009 at 9:35 AM

a 17 yr old boyfriend? for an 11 yr old? whats that about?

becki51758 on February 12, 2009 at 8:44 AM

That guy belongs in jail. Not just for the rape. 11 is too young for sex.

rbj on February 12, 2009 at 9:35 AM

The demoralization and depression are intentional. There are forces in the world that want you to give up so they can dance on the ashes of civilization and replace it with their violent, pagan form of life.

jeff_from_mpls on February 12, 2009 at 9:33 AM

Well, if they want people to give up, they’re going about it the wrong way. These stories are not the type most would accept as normal, but instead horrible – we just need to let more Americans know. Making us pissed is not going to get us to give up.

And pagans aren’t all bad, just to toss that out there.

I also wonder if we’ve gotten to a place that’s impossible to turn around from.

hawkdriver on February 12, 2009 at 9:34 AM

Me too. But I’m not a big believer in hope, either.

Anna on February 12, 2009 at 9:40 AM

This is what happens in a godless nation. Maybe it’ll stop now that god is in the WH. Say what?! He and Congress have “stimulus” money for PP in the spendulus bill? We’re DOOMED.

kirkill on February 12, 2009 at 10:32 AM

Fund Planned Parenthood Obama! Murder more unborn babies! It’s for the stem cell harvest!

FlatFoot on February 12, 2009 at 10:42 AM

Ugh.

Was anyone ever busted for this? (Starting with the stepfather? Or is rape not prosecuted in CA any more?)

RD on February 12, 2009 at 8:56 AM

Of course, it is. And the sentences are harsh. He was sentenced to state prison for 6 years plus 15 years to life consecutive, which means he serves 17 years minimum before he is eligible for parole. Link

Blake on February 12, 2009 at 10:42 AM

Oops! Link didn’t work. Link

Blake on February 12, 2009 at 10:45 AM

While Planned Parenthood should report the more egregious abuses, I applaud them giving an abortion to a thirteen year old. You, pro-lifers, are sick, cruel people demanding that she carry to term.
And you also have to appreciate the position of the clinic staff, I wouldn’t want to report a 15 year old who had sex with a 22 year old. It’s not a matter of not disapproving. It’s a matter of when do wish to aid the state in punishing someone. I also look the other way when I encounter marijuana use, as I’m sure the vast majority of Americans do. On the other hand, most people would tell the police about a heroin dealer in their neighbourhood. It does appear that a few Planned Parenthood staffers have not told about their equivalent of heroin dealers.

thuja on February 12, 2009 at 11:26 AM

Of course, it is. And the sentences are harsh. He was sentenced to state prison for 6 years plus 15 years to life consecutive, which means he serves 17 years minimum before he is eligible for parole. Link

Blake on February 12, 2009 at 10:42 AM

Good to know.

hawkdriver on February 12, 2009 at 11:40 AM

I love how the tool over at Mahablog not only thinks that PP should not report the rape, but they say reporting it is like raping the person twice. I guess when someone has those standards and ideas that belittle rape they feel no reason to see why it should be reported.

Rbastid on February 12, 2009 at 11:57 AM

If abortion walks like a religion and talks like a religion, then it’s a religion…to the left.

jukin on February 12, 2009 at 12:00 PM

While Planned Parenthood should report the more egregious abuses, I applaud them giving an abortion to a thirteen year old. You, pro-lifers, are sick, cruel people demanding that she carry to term.
And you also have to appreciate the position of the clinic staff, I wouldn’t want to report a 15 year old who had sex with a 22 year old. It’s not a matter of not disapproving. It’s a matter of when do wish to aid the state in punishing someone. I also look the other way when I encounter marijuana use, as I’m sure the vast majority of Americans do. On the other hand, most people would tell the police about a heroin dealer in their neighbourhood. It does appear that a few Planned Parenthood staffers have not told about their equivalent of heroin dealers.

thuja on February 12, 2009 at 11:26 AM

And there you have the liberal mentality in a nutshell.

Who here has said the problem is that the 13-year-old got an abortion? The problem is that Planned Parenthood cares more about their income stream from doing abortions than about obeying the law and reporting obvious child abuse and rape. This is all about the $$$$ for PP. Abortion is a lucrative industry. Reporting rape and abuse is inconvenient and might cause them to lose a few bucks.

rockmom on February 12, 2009 at 12:02 PM

thuja on February 12, 2009 at 11:26 AM

I don’t give a damn what adults do but this was a kid being sexually abused. And he forced her to have an abortion, you idiot. And your heroin analogy or whatever it is, doesn’t make any sense.

It’s disgusting that every medical person/PP worker never assumes the obvious: that the kid was raped. You would think they would at least ask the girl.

Blake on February 12, 2009 at 12:04 PM

I applaud them giving an abortion to a thirteen year old.

PP doesn’t “give” anything. They are a $100 million plus operation. Murdering this girl’s child probably cost a few hundred bucks.

You, pro-lifers, are sick, cruel people demanding that she carry to term.

You pro-aborts are sick, cruel people by shielding pedophiles and rapists. Are you naive enough to think that this is the only young girl this POS is raping? By not reporting this crime, PP is giving the perp a free pass to knock up other girls.

Which PP will make their $$s by murdering their children. Which is really why they don’t report statutory rape, why kill your business of killing?

NoDonkey on February 12, 2009 at 12:09 PM

If it’s OK to kill children, then what’s wrong with all of these comparatively petty alleged offenses?

jgapinoy on February 12, 2009 at 8:38 AM

Good point. It’s sort of like wondering if excise taxes have been paid on the latest shipment of slaves.

Is anyone actually surprised that an organization that deals in and profits from abortion won’t lift a finger to shut down child rapists and other pedophiles? It cuts into profits, after all.

Pavel on February 12, 2009 at 12:09 PM

The government’s support of abortions is today’s moral equivalent of slavery in the 1800′s.

We look at their history and wonder how the country could allow something so unjust, while I believe that they would be equally horrified if they could have seen what we allow and support today.

chansen9 on February 12, 2009 at 12:23 PM

Or is rape not prosecuted in CA any more?)
RD on February 12, 2009 at 8:56 AM

The only thing prosecuted in CA any more is tax collections. Oh wait, that’s persecution. Sorry about that.

juanito on February 12, 2009 at 12:24 PM

You, pro-lifers, are sick, cruel people demanding that she carry to term.

thuja on February 12, 2009 at 11:26 AM

The depravity of the above statement is boundless. It should not be difficult to understand the position of pro life being that one believes it is murder to abort babies. Disagree with this position, but in doing so, is it necessary to make the mistake of assuming they see it your way…and then come up with a different conclusion? Or better yet, I am pro life and I certainly understand you are not. So does that mean I should believe you think abortion is still murder and just conclude you’re ok with that? No, that would be absurd…

But it’s far worse than that. Think about what you really are saying.

pro-in favor of
life-the period of existence
sick-mentally, emotionally, or morally deranged
cruel-willfully causing pain or distress on others

You are saying, ‘people who are in favor of existence are mentally, emotionally, or morally deranged and/or cruel.’

That exceeds the understandable.

anuts on February 12, 2009 at 12:51 PM

I guess the flip side is that thuja wants to force young girls to have sex with adult men, including those in their family, against their will and be forced to abort to hide the evidence of rape.

Blake on February 12, 2009 at 1:15 PM

When are you going to create a map of the cities, states and counties in which priests were determined to have abused children?

I’d like to see one overlayed on the other.

jim m on February 12, 2009 at 1:48 PM

I’d like to see one overlayed on the other.

Put the one on top where public school teachers have abused children and it will far obliterate every other one.

NoDonkey on February 12, 2009 at 1:51 PM

Put the one on top where public school teachers have abused children and it will far obliterate every other one.

NoDonkey

–There are about 6-7 million public school teachers in the US and only about 40,000 priests.

Hope you’re liking San Antonio.

jim m on February 12, 2009 at 2:32 PM

–There are about 6-7 million public school teachers in the US and only about 40,000 priests

And the rate of abuse of public school teachers far exceeds that of priests.

Loving San Antonio. Houses are cheap and traffic is negligible, compared to DC. Weather’s great. People are nice (again, unlike too many DC’ers). Going to Gruene this weekend to check that out.

I do miss Yuengling, but the Shiner Bock is a good substitute and I love the Black Lager.

NoDonkey on February 12, 2009 at 2:44 PM

The Black Lager is real good and so’s Bock. Yuengling’s an acquired taste. I’ve had it several times in PA but never got enamored with it.

Shiner, Texas is only about 75 miles from you, so that would be a good day trip as well. And Austin is just great fun; you should be able to get there in 90 minutes.

Glad you’re enjoying it down here.

jim m on February 12, 2009 at 3:04 PM

Yuengling’s an acquired taste. I’ve had it several times in PA but never got enamored with it.

Try the Yuengling Black and Tan and the Porter if you ever get back, I think you’ll like those even better.

Yuengling Amber is a nice everyday beer, I agree it’s nothing to jump up and down about, but at $17 a case, it’s pretty good.

We got the combo pack of Shiner and I have to say their Blonde and Heffivizen are pretty mediocre, but the Lager and Bock are first class. Shiner’s my every day beer now.

We will make the pilgrimage to Shiner, thanks, it appears to be a very nice town. And I’m already looking into getting tickets for the Texas – Louisiana Lafayette football game in Austin on Sept 5, do you think they will be available? I’m thinking classes will not have started yet and since it’s against a weak non-conference opponent, I might be able to sneak in.

NoDonkey on February 12, 2009 at 3:12 PM

And you also have to appreciate the position of the clinic staff, I wouldn’t want to report a 15 year old who had sex with a 22 year old. – Thuja

Ok, where do you draw the line? What if they were 40 and 4, would you be ok with reporting it then, or do you think that’s ok as well?

Now, since you’ve almost certainly said you’re report the 40 year old molesting the 4 year old; you’re stating that the law can’t make the decision of the “appropriate” range and you can; and you’ll willfully ignore the law to instead implement your opinion… right?

And this should be not just acceptable, but lauded in your mind? Is that your proposal?

So you’re ok with me ignoring every law that I think is inappropriate and expecting praise instead of condemnation? Or is it just you and those you agree with that should be allowed to ignore the law at will?

They were required by law to report the crime. Not reporting the crime isn’t the same and not reporting my neighbor using pot; unless you have a law that requires me to report all drug use. The omission here was a crime in and of itself.

But hey, criminal activity is ok if you think the law is wrong. Not just looking the other way, but willfully and knowingly committing a crime yourself is perfectly a-ok if your opinion matches thuja’s I guess.

gekkobear on February 12, 2009 at 4:31 PM

I think U of T classes start in late August, NoDonkey. Not sure if that’s good or bad–if I was back in college (not at U of T), that would mean I could sell my student tix and make some extra bucks (meaning that there ought to be a good supply of extra tickets), but I don’t know how U of T works.

See http://registrar.utexas.edu/calendars/09-10/index.html.

The Hefeweizen is just too bitter for me as well. There’s a place up in McKinney, Texas that sells good wheat beer (Franconia) but I don’t think you can get it in S.A.

jim m on February 12, 2009 at 5:33 PM