|A Publication of the Republican National Coalition for Life||July/August - No. 45|
Does the Abortion Industry Conceal Evidence of Sexual Predators?
By Bradley Mattes
Research shows that abortion clinics are
This accusation has been leveled against two giants of the abortion industry by a pro-life research organization. Their findings have uncovered considerable evidence that adult men who impregnate girls, even as young as 10 years old, are hiding from the law with the help of these two organizations.
What the Research Shows
When underage girls, sexually active with adult men, are compared to girls having sex with boys close to their own age, a pattern of self-destructive behavior emerges. They are more prone to: have multiple sex partners, engage in dangerous sexual behaviors, become pregnant, drop out of school, run away from home, abuse drugs or alcohol, be on welfare, become estranged from friends and family, be in physically abusive relationships, get divorced or be lured into prostitution.*
One study showed that girls between 11 and 13 who are sexually active with men more than five years older than themselves are significantly more likely to attempt suicide.*
Research also indicates that the highest number of sexually transmitted diseases is among girls 15 to 19. Further, an overwhelming majority of them were exposed to these STDs by adult men.*
This documented evidence was researched and compiled by Life Dynamics, Inc. The Denton, Texas pro-life research organization was also responsible for exposing the ghastly dissection of aborted babies and the wholesale marketing of their body parts. Their investigative efforts resulted in a special exposé on the network news program, 20/20, which independently confirmed Life Dynamics' research. As a result, a special hearing was held in Congress.
*Life Dynamics has put together a thorough list of documented citations regarding the above research. If you would like a copy, go to www.lifeissues.org/misc/documentation.html or contact our office.
Outrageous as it sounds, Planned Parenthood of Greater Northern New Jersey actually produced a book called Unequal Partners, Teaching About Power and Consent in Adult-Teen and Other Relationships. The book, in its second edition, is part of their sex-ed curriculum. In the foreword, authors Sue Montfort and Peggy Brick write, "The first edition of Unequal Partners was developed in response to research indicating that a large number of 'adolescent' pregnancies and births involve men older than 20." The authors readily acknowledge considerable research that indicates serious problems for young girls who are sexually active with adult men. They cite several of the same studies noted in this article. Even in the face of conclusive research, the authors make this alarming statement. "It is important for users of Unequal Partners to know that this manual promotes healthy relationships regardless of the sex or age difference of the partners."
Another clinic staffer said that the caller already told her too much, and then gave her the phone number of another facility, but told her to give a different story when she phoned.
In states where the law requires that at least one parent be informed of an abortion, one clinic worker advised the caller to use a false address when checking in. Where parental involvement laws include a judicial bypass, some actually encouraged her to lie to the judge, if asked, about the boyfriendıs age.
Some clinic staff gave her instructions on how to get around a parental involvement requirement. She was told to bring along someone old enough to impersonate a parent. One staffer lamented that the 22-year-old father of the baby would not look old enough to fake being the girl's father. The caller then phoned back to say that her boyfriend's 50-year-old uncle would do it. The staffer said fine, as long as the uncle didnıt say anything to divulge the true situation. She even suggested that the uncle come by first and sign the paper, and that the staff would notarize the signature, even though they knew it was fake.
Truth never seemed to be an obstacle too big to overcome for the Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facilities. When the caller asked an employee if her age would be an issue, she responded that, with cash, she could be any age she wanted to be. It also became clearly evident that circumventing the law was a routine task for many of the facilities. Some readily admitted that this was a common occurrence.
The following are actual transcripts of calls made.
After the phone survey was completed, Life Dynamics released this statement. "Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Federation have made a conscious decision to conceal the sexual exploitation of children and protect the men who commit these crimes."
Another recourse may be legislation that prohibits these organizations from receiving state and federal funding. It would not be unreasonable to require that recipients of tax dollars follow all state and federal laws. It is also possible that if past funding was fraudulently obtained, it may need to be returned.
Life Dynamics will also assist efforts to present this new evidence to your local media. The number of potential victims of sexual abuse could number into the millions. The civil court system may be an effective avenue to seek justice for them. The potential for many lawsuits and lucrative settlements may be highly attractive to personal injury trial lawyers. This widespread problem may also have the potential for a huge class-action lawsuit.
Many of the 16,000 school districts across America may be surprised to realize that they may also suffer the legal ramifications. Many schools have Planned Parenthood come into the classrooms where underage girls and boys are funneled into a system that facilitates a crime. In the eyes of the law, a school counselor may be equally guilty if he or she refers a 12-year-old pregnant student to Planned Parenthood and does not report it as a possible sexual crime. School districts throughout the nation may want to make reviewing their relationships with these organizations a priority.
Pro-lifers are faced with what appears to be a golden opportunity to affect this sexual abuse, which has reached epidemic proportions, as well as helping the victims to seek justice. It leaves the abortion industry highly vulnerable to exposure of their true agenda in local communities and with elected officials who determine their future funding. The abortion industry very seldom operates from a foundation of truth. This latest development demonstrates that the desire to make more money for the abortion industry tramples the rights and well being of women and young girls. Life Issues Institute encourages you to get involved to help stop this latest atrocity by those selling abortion.
Contact Life Dynamics, PO Box 2226, Denton, TX 76202. Phone 800.800.5433 or www.ChildPredators.com
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