Oct 14, 2005

Planned Parenthood covers up sexual abuse of minors

Now here's the cover-up you're not going to hear about in the mainstream media ...

Here's shocking info to help parents understand why it's important to vote Yes on Prop 73 in California on November 8th.

It's a link to eye-opening transcipts and audio taped phone
of a 14-year-old girl calling dozens of Planned Parenthood abortion centers, and other abortion facilities in California -- you'll here the girl asking for an abortion, and asking how to keep it a secret from her parents.

Planned Parenthood operators tell the young girl, NO PROBLEM, abortions and distribution of "birth control" will be kept a "confidential" secret from her parents, and it's fine for her 22-year-old boyfriend to bring her in for the secret abortion.

Listen HERE.

CALLER: Well, like I was actually wondering if you guys do abortions.

CLINIC: Yes, we do.

CALLER: You do? Like do you know if there's like an age limit for that?

CLINIC: No, there is not.

CALLER: Because like I'll be 14 in March, so.

CLINIC: No. There is no age limit, no parent consent needed.

CALLER: Okay. Well, it's just -- does anybody have to know at all?



CLINIC: All we need to do is make sure that you, if you want to be under sedation or asleep that you have somebody that's going to drive you to and from the clinic.

CALLER: Is it all right if my boyfriend does it? He's old enough to drive. He's 22.

CLINIC: Yeah, that's fine.

CALLER: All right.

CLINIC: Do you want to set up an appointment?

CALLER: Yeah. I guess.

CLINIC: Okay. Hold on one second. How old are you?

CALLER: I'll be 14 in March.

CLINIC: Really?


CLINIC: And do your -- I mean, this is just out of curiosity, but do your parents know that your boyfriend is 22?

CALLER: Yeah. They just really don't like him.

CLINIC: Really?

CALLER: Yeah. They think he's too old for me.

CLINIC: That's a big age difference.

CALLER: But -- why?


CALLER: Yeah. I mean, I don't understand.

CLINIC: As long as you guys both are happy that's all that matters.

CALLER: Oh, okay.

CLINIC: But no, I'm just --

CALLER: We're going to get married and everything.

CLINIC: Really?


CLINIC: Oh, well, I wish the best for you. That's great. But I really don't hear too many teenagers like with somebody that's that much older. As long as you're happy, that's of course all that matters.


To hear more, click HERE.

Californians, vote YES on Proposition 73.


Anonymous Sock said...

Planned Parenthood is in business to do and to promote abortion by any means available including deception. We understand that. But, what is the business of the hierarchy of the Catholic Church?

During the past 4 years we have been made aware of a disgusting Catholic Church with different priorities and different agenda than what we had thought. No thanks to the Church itself policing its own clergy, but because of investigative reporting by newspapers, States Attorneys actions and the filing of plaintiffs’ lawsuits, we have witnessed the foul underbelly of a perverted priesthood and their willing criminal accomplices within the episcopacy who covered up for them.

Setting aside the perpetrators and those bishops who covered up their crimes, where were those in the Church who said nothing during the many years these sexual crimes were occurring? Where was the Vatican? Where were the ‘good’ American bishops who know what was happening but said and did nothing?

I don’t trust Planned Parenthood to tell the truth. To suit their own ends, they will tell their own version of the truth. Regrettably, for the very same reason, I don’t trust Catholic Bishops either.

Below is the link to excerpts from Cardinal Law's news conference held on January 25, 2002 at the Park Plaza Hotel, Boston.

Q. Have you considered stepping down?

A. I indicated yesterday to the priests that the solution to this problem, as I see it, does not include my resignation as archbishop. The relationship of the bishop to his diocese is signified by the ring he wears, and you don't walk away when the problem is difficult. That's when you need to be together.

Q. In retrospect, was John Geoghan's priesthood an effective ministry, as you once told him?

A. You know what? I think that that is something that only God can judge. And I don't think that that furthers where we are now in protecting future children. What I have said on that case, I think, is very clear: I made a mistake in assigning John Geoghan. I regret that assignment. And I have attempted to learn from that mistake in the development of a policy moving forward that focuses all of our energies on the protection of children.


6:51 AM  
Blogger skeetor said...

Its important for serious catholic parents to know how easy it is for their children to engage in this horrible act.

5:57 PM  
Anonymous Barbara said...

I support an excellent organization to stop Planned Parenthood, called STOPP. It's an affiliate of the American Life League, Judie Brown's group. Here's their website:


7:37 AM  

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