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.