Friday, September 19, 2014

4 Abortionists Charged in Indiana: Rape, Murder

The Indiana Attorney General is taking action against abortionists regarding hundreds of serious violations of incomplete records that could be hiding a variety of crimes including cases of possible statutory rape and "abortions" of babies born alive being murdered.
“The pending criminal charges brought by county prosecutors along with the sheer volume of unexplained violations by this licenseholder merits review by the Medical Licensing Board to determine whether disciplinary action is warranted for the noncompliance.”
-- Greg Zoeller, Attorney General
For background, click headlines below to read previous articles:

Planned Parenthood Conceals Serial Rapist in Arizona

Texas Yanks Abortionist's License for 268 Killed

More Abortionists Admit Killing Kids After Birth

More Abortionists Linked to Murder Cases

In addition, read how states are cracking down on the murderous abortionists.

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-- From "Abortion-related complaints filed against 4 doctors" by The Associated Press 9/17/14

Attorney General Greg Zoeller’s office filed licensing complaints Wednesday against an Illinois doctor facing misdemeanor charges for improperly reporting abortions he performed for 13-year-olds in Indiana and against three physicians who perform abortions in Indianapolis.

The complaints ask the Indiana Medical Licensing Board to consider disciplinary action against Dr. Ulrich Klopfer of Crete, Illinois, and the others for violating abortion record-keeping and advice-and-consent laws.

Indiana law requires physicians performing abortions to submit terminated pregnancy reports to the Indiana State Department of Health for statistical purposes and to comply with the other requirements. It also requires that abortions on patients under age 14 be reported within three days to the Health Department and the Indiana Department of Child Services because sex with a girl under 14 is recognized as child molestation in Indiana.

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From "Abortion-related complaints filed against Indiana doctors" by Shari Rudavsky, Indianapolis Star 9/18/14

Three of the doctors -- Dr. Kathleen Glover, Dr. Resad Pasic, and Dr. Raymond Robinson -- practice at the Clinic for Women on West 16th Street. The fourth, Dr. Ulrich Klopfer, performed abortions in South Bend and Gary and previously in Fort Wayne.

The complaint documents Klopfer's more than 1,800 violations for submitting incomplete termination reports, failing to obtain proper consent from patients, and failing to submit terminated pregnancy reports for several months for procedures he performed on two 13-year-old patients.

The Medical Licensing Board will next hold a hearing at which they will decide whether any violations occurred and if so what disciplinary action, from a reprimand to revoking the physician's license is warranted. The hearing has not been scheduled.

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From "Attorney General seeks review of Klopfer's medical license" by Madeline Buckley, South Bend Tribune 9/18/14

A press release from the [AG] office said Ulrich’s reports had an average of four errors each. . . .

Klopfer faces a misdemeanor criminal charge in both Lake and St. Joseph county in connection with those allegations.

The doctor, who has performed abortions throughout northern Indiana, told The Tribune last year those late reports were “an honest mistake.”

The attorney general’s office is also accusing Klopfer of violations of state law that requires abortion providers to give women certain information before the abortion, such as showing them a fetal ultrasound.

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From "4 abortionists hit with charges in Indiana" by Michael Carl, World Net Daily 9/18/14

The charges allege that the four doctors have consistently failed to keep accurate records for the age of the patient seeking an abortion, the name and the age of the father and whether or not the baby was born alive.

In total, there are 1,833 alleged violations which include:
1,818 counts of submitting incomplete and incorrect terminated pregnancy reports in violation of Indiana Code 16-34-2-5(b).

Two counts of failure to timely submit a terminated pregnancy report for 13-year-old patients within three days of the abortion procedure, a violation of Indiana Code 16-34-2-5(b).

Six counts of failure to ensure informed and voluntary consent was obtained through properly credentialed counselors, a violation of Indiana Code 16-34-2-1.1.

Seven counts of failure to ensure informed and voluntary consent was obtained 18 hours prior to performing procedures, a violation of Indiana Code 16-34-2-1.1(a)(1).
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Also read Abortion Advocates No Longer 'Pro-choice'

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