Planned Parenthood has been accused of some terrible acts including selling fetal body parts for money. Recent allegations out of Arizona show that their lack or morals extends to not properly reporting rapes. The neglectful behavior led to even more girls being assaulted.
New documents obtained from Pinal County Sheriff’s Office claim that a counselor withheld information about an alleged rape from law enforcement. Tyler Kost, a Poston Butte High School student, is now accused of raping or molesting at least 18 girls.
Kost is accused of raping a girl who then became pregnant. She and her mother went to Planned Parenthood on New Year’s Eve to obtain an abortion for the victim. The mother told staff about the assault however the sheriff’s office reports that “The counselor intentionally miscoded the assault as a consensual encounter. The counselor told them that they did not want the hassle of having to report the assault to law enforcement as they were a mandatory reporter.”
Arizona law requires all suspected sexual assaults to be reported. The Center for Arizona Policy, a pro-life group, is asking for an investigation. Aaron Baer, the communications director for the group states;
“Eighteen year-old Tyler Kost has been indicted by the Pinal County Attorney on 27 counts of sexual assault and abuse. One of the young girls he raped in late 2013 was taken to the Tempe Planned Parenthood by her mother to obtain an abortion last January. According to police reports, at the consultation, a Planned Parenthood counselor told the young girl and her mother that it “wasn’t worth the hassle” to report the rape to the authorities. By law, Planned Parenthood is required to report this assault to authorities within 24 hours.”
The indictment that was issued claims that after Planned Parenthood failed to do their job, three other girls were raped and one was sexually assaulted. If the clinic had reported as mandated, those poor girls could have been safe from the predator.
This is not the first time that Planned Parenthood has been accused of failing to report suspected rapes. Life Dynamics, a pro-life organization, released more tapes from a 2002 investigation. The tapes shows staff at hundreds of centers covering up statutory rape. The consistency in their lack of care is disturbing. It is impossible to know how many people have been attacked as a result.
Source: Life News