In their latest sting operation at a Planned Parenthood clinic, a pro-life group has produced footage that documents the 10th case in which clinic workers at an abortion facility ignore and cover up statutory rape.
A member of the pro-life Live Action group recently posed as a 14 year-old girl seeking an abortion at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
In the video, the girl can be heard saying to the staff member that her boyfriend with whom she had sex is 31 years old. The worker replied, “you don't have to say anything.” After ignoring evidence of statutory rape, the clinic worker instructed the girl to “just give them the information that they need” and proceeded to confirm that the 31 year-old “boyfriend” will pay for the abortion.
According to Wisconsin state law, sex between an adult and minor under the age of 16 is considered a felony and health professionals are required to report cases of statutory rape to law enforcement authorities immediately.
Lila Rose, a 21 year-old student at UCLA and the president of the non-profit Live Action, said that this latest video reaffirms what she believes to be Planned Parenthood's blatant disregard of the law.
“In case after case, Planned Parenthood acts in contempt of its legal and professional obligations to report child rape. At a time when the Obama administration, through its new health care plan, is offering potentially billions of dollars to the abortion industry, state and federal lawmakers need to take notice of Planned Parenthood's lawlessness and make certain they receive no more taxpayer subsidies.”
This recent undercover venture is the latest effort of Live Action's “Mona Lisa Project” which has shown evidence of sex abuse cover ups at Planned Parenthood clinics California, Indiana, Arizona, Tennessee and Alabama. One Birmingham, Ala. clinic was recently put on probation by the state health department, following an investigation sparked by a Live Action video.
“The evidence is now available for all to see that Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin ignores state laws that have been in place for years,” Rose said on Tuesday. “Wisconsin law enforcement needs to follow the lead of other jurisdictions, investigate this corrupt organization, and enforce the laws that protect vulnerable women and their pre-born children.”