Planned Parenthood Sued for Not Reporting Child Rape of 13 yr old girl; Sends Victim Back to Abuser Step Father After Performing Abortion


Planned Parenthood is in the business of killing babies and sexually corrupting young girls. There’s no justification for them receiving any taxpayer funded grants.

Christian Post reports Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, which received $2,302,026 in government grants in 2011-2012, is facing a legal planned parenthoodchallenge from the mother of an underage girl who was taken to the facility by her abuser to have an abortion.

The lawsuit, Cary Smith v. Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood, was filed on June 20 and claims that the then 13-year-old girl was taken to the clinic by her abuser, who was also her step-father, to have an abortion on May 3, 2012. Not only did the staff not ask the girl if she was being sexually abused by an adult, they also neglected to contact law enforcement or child services to report suspected abuse of the girl.

When the victim finally told her mother about the sexual abuse and abortion on July 18, 2012, she was taken a local hospital for an examination and to report the abuse. The mother also obtained her daughter’s abortion record from Planned Parenthood.
According to the lawsuit, after the abortion was performed, the victim was left alone to walk outside the clinic back to her abuser, Timothy Smith, who was in his car having lunch during the child’s abortion.

 

 

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Originally posted at The Last Tradition

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