If Live Action’s undercover tapes showing Planned Parenthood’s willingness to aid and abet in sex trafficking of minors wasn’t enough for you, and maybe even when they helped expose that Planned Parenthood was misleading the public about offering mammograms, you weren’t quite convinced, maybe this will help. Jill Stanek is reporting that Life Dynamics, the Texas organization which helped reveal how fetal parts are sold, among other things, has now released every tape of its 2002 sting operation on a whopping 813 Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation clinics in all 50 states. She reports:
Placing phone calls from Texas, where it is legal for one party to tape conversations without another’s knowledge, an actress portraying a 13-yr-old who had been impregnated by her 22-yr-old “boyfriend” told clinics she needed an abortion to keep her parents from finding out they were sexually involved.
In all, the actress spoke with staff at 813 PP or NAF clinics in all 50 states. Adult sex with underage children is illegal in every state, and PP and NAF clinics are mandated reporters. Yet an appalling 91% of all clinics contacted expressed a willingness to help cover up the statutory rape.
Because of the renewed interest in the abortion industry’s willingness to cover up crimes, especially as they relate to underage girls, Mark Crutcher, head of Life Dynamics, says he decided to release all the tapes with a full report