Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Kansas Abortionist Charged but Judge Dismisses Case

The state of Kansas assembled evidence supporting 30 criminal counts filed against Wichita abortionist George Tiller, but the local district attorney intervened to have the charges dismissed, claiming she doesn't support prosecution of the case.

The complaint was drawn up by outgoing Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline and named George Tiller, noting he is accused of providing abortions to females ranging from 10-22 years of age, whose unborn babies were aged 25 to 31 weeks.

Further complicating the issue is the evidence that Tiller covered up instances of sexual child rape and violation of Kansas law which prohibits post viability abortion.
Kline also had raised the issue of state statistics from 2003, when there were 78 abortions on girls under the age of 15. In a state where the legal age of consent is 16, how could 78 girls become pregnant and obtain abortions without a single report of sexual assault, or rape, on a child, he wondered.

Kline will be replaced in three weeks by Democrat Paul Morrison, who during his election cited no need for investigating the abortionists.

Excerpted from:

Kansas abortionist charged but judge dismisses counts
December 22, 2006
Bob Unruh for WorldNetDaily.com