Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline announced that he is now in possession of the 90 hotly disputed medical records subpoenaed from two Kansas abortion mills, Planned Parenthood and George Tiller’s Women’s Health Care Services.
Kline was granted the subpoenas for the records in his investigation into allegations of the concealment of child rape and illegal late-term abortions after Judge Richard Anderson found that there was “probable cause” to believe the records contained evidence of the crimes. Planned Parenthood and Tiller resisted producing the records.
In Planned Parenthood's quest to preserve and promote abortion rights, it's become clear that they have zero interest in protecting the lives of young women who's innocense is stolen by their rapists. Their resistence in producing the records to Attorney General Kline only served to harbor rapists.