Friday, June 15, 2007

Planned Murderhood threatens law suit

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The following is a news article from Cybercast News Service taken off of the organization’s web-site. The web-site’s address is (Check it out.).
The original publish date was May 15, 2007. This article was referenced in the World magazine article posted three posts ago. I have not seen or heard any reference to this material in the libertine mass media. Why do you think they are remaining silent about such a large and powerful organization that murders unborn babies?

“Planned Parenthood Threatens to Sue Undercover ActivistBy Nathan Staff WriterMay 15, 2007

( - Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles is threatening to sue a student pro-life activist who recorded an abortion clinic employee encouraging her to lie about her age to avoid being reported as a victim of statutory rape.

Lila Rose, an 18-year-old sophomore at the University of California Los Angeles, is the founder of a pro-life magazine on campus. (More people should be actively involved in stopping the atrocity of murdering our unborn babies. Good for her for her active involvement at such a young age. I hope this experience strengthens her efforts rather than causing discouragement.—my addition) In March, she entered a Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles (PPLA) clinic, posing as a pregnant 15-year-old and said her boyfriend was 23 years old. A girl in that position would be considered a victim of statutory rape because she was under 16, and California law requires clinics such as Planned Parenthood to report cases of statutory rape. (Notice again that Planned Murderhood is REQUIRED to report such cases.—my addition) In hidden camera video of the encounter, a PPLA employee tells Rose that she could ‘figure out a birth date that works’ to avoid having PPLA notify police. (According to the hidden video, the employee deliberately encouraged lying to avoid obeying the law and yet she has personal knowledge that the underage person claimed a statutory rape occurred.—my addition)

As Cybercast News Service previously reported, Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California President Kathy Kneer criticized the undercover investigation as ‘manipulative,’ but admitted that the PPLA employee had violated the organization's policy to follow all applicable laws. (She admitted that the employee violated the law. Since it was on tape, it would be hard not to admit the violation of the law. Are the appropriate State agencies investigating Planned Murderhood to determine if this is a recurring violation of State law?—my addition)

Following news of the undercover operation, Kneer said the organization had reminded all of its employees of the law and its own policies. (How very concerned, she seems. Should more occur than a simple reminder?—my addition)

On Monday, PPLA sent a cease-and-desist letter to Rose, warning her that "surreptitious" recordings of PPLA employees without consent violates California privacy laws.California law prohibits recording ‘intentionally and without the consent of all parties to a confidential communication.’ Violating the prohibition could mean a $2,500 fine, plus civil penalties of $5,000 or more.In the letter, obtained by Cybercast News Service, PPLA president Mary Jane Wagle demands that Rose stop the undercover investigations, remove existing clips from online video sharing site YouTube, and turn the original tapes and all copies over to Planned Parenthood. (Is she more concerned about the illegal action of her employee or the fact that that information is available on a popular web-site for the entire world to see?—my addition)

‘If you do not agree to take these three steps, PPLA will seek all appropriate legal remedies,’ Wagle wrote. (I’m not sure that is the case since doing so is to admit that one of their employees violated the law. However, it is probably a major concern for an 18-year-old college student who also violated the law—my addition)Cybercast News Service obtained a copy of the video and audio before the cease-and-desist letter went into effect and has preserved it for our readers' benefit. (Click here for the full video—a large file that may take time to load. As produced by Rose, the video features clips of a song by rapper Ludacris and singer Mary J. Blige called "Runaway.") [I don’t think you can get to the video clip from “Click here” but you can by going to (Watch it and see what Planned Murderhood is trying to cover-up).—my addition]

David French, an attorney with the Christian legal group Alliance Defense Fund, accused Planned Parenthood of ‘engaging in a bully an 18-year-old to distract attention from the fact that their employees were engaging in unlawful behavior.’ (Isn’t this exactly what Planned Murderhood is doing?—my addition)

French, who is serving as Rose's legal adviser, said, ‘Nothing changes the truth of what's contained in those videotapes. Planned Parenthood was advocating that a patient lie, advocating a way around mandatory reporting requirements for statutory rape, and nothing that Planned Parenthood does as far as trying to bully her regarding the tapes themselves can change those facts.’ (In fact, they were violating California law according to the tape.—my addition)

Regardless of Planned Parenthood's activity in the clinic, French said his client hopes to avoid the court. ‘She's going to comply with the bulk of their demands on it regarding the videotapes themselves, so I would hope that Planned Parenthood would not pursue any further action against her,’ he said.Kneer told Cybercast News Service Monday that the cease-and-desist letter was meant ‘to protect the privacy of our patients and our employees and maintaining and complying with California laws, all of the laws, is important to us, and we think Lila needs to be more respectful of California laws.’ (Doesn’t Plan Murderhood also have to be more respectful of California laws. Is this a case of the “kettle calling the pot black”?—my addition)

She reiterated that Planned Parenthood has reminded its employees of California law regarding mandatory reporting of statutory rape and said that Lila's case is rare. (Lila’s case is rare? It seems that Ms. Kneer would have us believe that of all the employees that work for Planned Murderhood, this 18-year-old college student just happened to stumble onto the one rogue employee of Planned Murderhood who just happened to violate California law in that one instance. Does anyone want to buy a bridge I happen to own that’s located in the desert of Arizona?—my addition)

‘We essentially believe that in 99.9 percent of the time, our employees do follow the laws,’ Kneer said, (She “essentially” believes that does she? What nonsense!—my addition) adding that ‘attacks’ from ‘anti-choice extremists’ have led to national audits of abortion providers.

‘A thorough audit was done across the country and essentially came to the conclusion that providers are complying with state laws and there are no violations,’ Kneer said. (Who did the audit. Explain how thorough it actually was. Would she perhaps lie about this too? Was it a cover-up audit or a truly impartial audit done by a reliable source such as a law enforcement agency? There is that word again. What does she mean by “essentially”? Does she mean that there were some violations but not enough to really be important? Who determined what was important or what was not important. Notice this. She is not saying that the laws of the States were never violated. So who determined the degree of compliance as being “essentially” obeyed? Is that “good enough” when dealing with statutory rape?—my addition)

She said she couldn't comment on what happened to the employee in Rose's tape, but she did say that a clinician who breaks the law is ‘subject to losing their license. That's a personal issue for each employee, and as the employer, we want to make sure our clinicians know how to comply with the law and at the same time, make sure that patients can trust us.’ (What does that mean? That Planned Murderhood will not actual report cases of statutory rape? Think about it. Do you believe a 15-year-old girl would actually ask Planned Murderhood to murder her unborn baby if she also knew that her boyfriend could also be tried and convicted for statutory rape if she went to Planned Murderhood? Does it not seem logical that Plan Murderhood would not want her to know that the organization is required by law to report such intercourse as an instance of statutory rape and will actually report it? Do you really believe that an organization designed to murder unborn babies is going to willing and completely comply with such a law?—my addition)

‘Nothing we can say will most likely change Lila's views,’ Kneer said, ‘but I can tell you every day the American public trusts Planned Parenthood and that's because one in four individuals has been to a Planned Parenthood in their lifetime and they know the quality of healthcare we provide to our patients.’ (If the American public trusts Planned Murderhood, it is a misplaced and unfounded trust. They are baby murderers and they are one of the organizations that pushed for the murder of unborn babies!!! Murdering babies is not health care!!! It is murder!!! This also has nothing to do with whether or not Planned Murderhood reports as required by law. In fact, it might be construed as an admission that they do not report statutory rapes as required.—my addition)

'Hundreds' caught on tape

In 2002, an activist group called Life Dynamics ran a campaign in which a woman posing as a 13-year old impregnated by a 22-year-old and called clinics operated by Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Federation. The group has compiled tapes of workers encouraging girls to lie about their age to avoid being reported as a victim. (The tapes can be heard by going to the site from or by going directly to the web-site which is [Listen to the tapes!].—my addition)

The group claims to have collected ‘over 800 tape recordings that show how Planned Parenthood and NAF workers secure business from victims of statutory rape by undermining parental authority, encouraging children to lie and promising minors that their employees will ignore mandatory reporting laws.’ (Reread that sentence. If this is true, why aren’t States enforcing their laws? Why are we not hearing about it and reading about it in the libertine mass media?—my addition)

‘[T]ell them your boyfriend is 16 or something because he could get in a lot of trouble,’ one employee in Alaska told the caller. A worker in North Carolina told the caller, ‘I wouldn't advise you to say anything about your boyfriend being 22, because that's statutory rape.’ (“I wouldn’t advise you to say anything about your boyfriend being 22, because that’s statutory rape.” Is this an instance of “essentially” complying with the law?—my addition)

Life Dynamics founder Mark Crutcher told Cybercast News Service Monday that telling girls to lie about their age is standard practice for abortion clinics because ‘there's lots of money in this.’ (There is indeed a lot of money in murdering unborn babies. How utterly obscene!!!—my addition)

He said the fact that Planned Parenthood threatened to sue Rose is a sign that the organization is interested in continuing the practice rather than reforming. ‘If they were interested in using this as the opportunity to educate their people then that would be their thrust and how the girl got the tapes would be somewhat irrelevant,’ he said. (Do you agree with this statement? Is Planned Murderhood more concerned about stifling the truth about their actual practices than obeying the law? Think about it.—my addition)

Crutcher said his organization has never heard a response from Planned Parenthood or the National Abortion Federation. It has never faced legal challenges, he said, because the calls were placed from Texas, which requires only that one participant in the conversation consent to having it taped.” (Where are the efforts of law enforcement agencies to look into this? They do sting operations to stop the selling of tobacco to underage children. Shouldn’t they do the same here to insure that organizations like Planned Murderhood are actually following the law? Where is the exposure from the libertine mass media? Why does Planned Murderhood seem to be above the law and the scrutiny of the libertine mass media?—my addition)


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