Planned Parenthood Covered Up Rape to Avoid the Hassle of a Police Report
Abortion advocates have attacked undercover investigations of Planned Parenthood as faked or manipulated, even though organizations like Live Action repeatedly found a pattern of criminal behavior in clinics across the country. Unfortunately for Planned Parenthood’s defenders, real life continues to prove that Live Action was right, with the latest example coming from Arizona.
A Planned Parenthood counselor in Arizona intentionally miscoded a sexual assault as a consensual encounter to avoid the “hassle” of reporting it to authorities, months before other victims came forward to stop an alleged 18-year-old serial sex predator, a police report reveals.
Tyler Kost, of San Tan Valley, Ariz., has been charged with sexually assaulting 11 girls from the ages of 12 to 17 between October 2009 and April 2014, although authorities believe he has assaulted at least 18 students from Poston Butte High School. The mother of one 15-year-old victim, who became pregnant as a result of the alleged assault, told a Planned Parenthood Arizona staffer about the attack in December, a Pinal County Sheriff’s Office report shows.
“The counselor intentionally miscoded the assault as a consensual encounter,” the report states. “The counselor told them that they did not want the hassle of having to report the assault to law enforcement as they were a mandatory reporter.”
Planned Parenthood is acting as if this is a horrible violation of their policies, but the truth is, it happens time and time again: a victimized girl will come into Planned Parenthood, and they will look the other way — or, even worse, hand her back to her abuser. To them, it doesn’t matter if a girl will continue to be raped or sexually assaulted, as long as they get the money for the abortion first.
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