It’s Probation for Law-Breaking Birmingham Planned Parenthood

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Feb 10, 2010 2 Comments ›› Ben DuPré

It’s Probation for Law-Breaking Birmingham Planned Parenthood

The Birmingham Planned Parenthood that was caught covering up an allegation of statutory rape last year has been put on probationary status (http://www NULL.foxnews,2933,585414,00 NULL.html?test=latestnews) by the Alabama Department of Public Health.

As you may recall, last year a pro-life group called Live Action (http://liveaction sent into the Birmingham Planned Parenthood clinic two undercover actors, one of whom posed as a 14-year-old girl (http://www NULL.morallaw NULL.htm) who claimed to be pregnant by an older man.  A clinic employee told them that the clinic sometimes would “bend the rules” about reporting such information to the authorities, even though such disclosure is required by law.

And it was all caught on an audio recording (http://liveaction

When the story broke, Planned Parenthood laughably announced that it would conduct “an internal, fact-based review” of the matter. (http://morallaw It is good to see that the state health department decided to lend a more objective look into this potentially criminal act, too.  Probation for this clinic is a good start, but it is probably not enough to stop the annual lawlessness of Planned Parenthood.

Like most clinics in Alabama, almost every annual investigation by the health department yields a deficiency report spelling out multiple violations of the health code. Follow this link (http://adphnotes NULL.state NULL.nsf) to view every deficiency report for every Alabama abortion clinic, including Planned Parenthood of Birmingham.  (Hint: It will take you awhile to get through them.)

Health code violations: coming to an abortion clinic near you, every year.  Is it any wonder that a business that sells death is also a site of deficient health standards?

We urge the health department to continue to enforce the health code that Planned Parenthood and Alabama’s other abortion clinics so routinely and cavalierly disregard.

But we also heard from the Attorney General and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office when this story broke . . . in June of 2009.  As far as we know there have been no prosecutions at this clinic regarding this alleged rape cover-up.  Hopefully this move by the health department will spur on any pending criminal investigations.

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  1. James E. Reeves says:

    This is just another example of unethical conduct being rewarded by pro-abortion elite office holders who have outside children of their own.
    To protect these type of clinics under the guise of protection of all womens health is fraudulent and disingenuous.
    It is like trying to defend the slave trade while living under the flag of freedom and liberty for all isn’t it? Some slave owners may have treated their slaves well.
    The issue here is damage control.
    Some clinics may help women with health issues but they all perform abortions on children unable to obtain the freedom, liberty, and justice as slaves did in the 1860s.
    Let’s free all God’s children as Moses said “Let my people go.”

  2. James E. Reeves says:

    Is Acorn being funded through “Planned Parenthood?”
    Should Christians be aware of these groups backing foundation of evolution values?
    Does anyone care?
    Is this racial?

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