Video: Lila Rose exposes yet another PP clinic breaking the law

posted at 2:11 pm on April 20, 2009 by Ed Morrissey

The Mona Lisa Project continues with its sixth in a series of undercover videos showing Planned Parenthood deliberately breaks state laws on reporting child abuse and statutory rape. This time, Lila Rose went to Memphis, where state law requires health-care providers to notify the state when they discover a sexual relationship between an adult and a minor 14 years of age or younger. Does Planned Parenthood call the cops, or teach Lila to lie about it so she can get her abortion?

Yes, that’s a completely rhetorical question:

We now have six videotaped examples of Planned Parenthood obstructing justice by coaching its patients to lie about their circumstances so that they can ring the cash register on the abortion. Thus far, we have only one confirmed state investigation into PP practices, in Indiana, where the AG has video of two different instances of Planned Parenthood covering up sexual abuse of minors.

Congress should strip Planned Parenthood of all federal funding while they continue to violate laws enacted to protect children and adolescents from sexual exploitation by adults. And how many data points will the Department of Justice need before they start considering this a RICO conspiracy to break state laws in order to maximize sales?

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So the rights of an adult molester supercedes the child’s rights?

Sorry, but this makes no sense to me.

AnninCA on April 21, 2009 at 9:21 AM

The majority of Americans voted for Obama. They obviously didn’t care about this issue which seem to fascinate right wing blogs on a daily basis. Give it a rest and focus on our country going bankrupt.

Chekote on April 20, 2009 at 2:22 PM

This is an example of another type of bankruptcy that our country is suffering from. It’s no less important than the economy.

Or maybe government-funded obstruction of justice in favor of sexual abuse of minors is okay with you?

cheeflo on April 21, 2009 at 11:29 AM

Those who are pro choice, I have one question in regards on the children suffering. Should we have post abortions on all the Dufur children who are suffering? Should we post abort all of the children in the world that do not have a paradise to live in? I wonder if any of these folks have a conscious anymore, I really do.

garydt on April 21, 2009 at 11:30 AM

If most Americans heard about these cases, they’d recognize that the PP workers are trying their best to solve difficult moral problems in an imperfect world. They may disagree with the PP worker’s decisions, but they wouldn’t attribute their actions to malice or greed. It’s frankly silly to claim that the PP workers just wanted their clinics to make an extra buck.

thuja on April 20, 2009 at 2:37 PM

You can’t be serious.

If more Americans heard about these cases, they’d be livid. Sounds like you can’t tell the difference between “difficult moral problems in an imperfect world” and the commission of a crime.

With your remarks, you just sanctioned sexual abuse of a minor.

cheeflo on April 21, 2009 at 11:34 AM