The Louisiana abortion facility at the center of a case before the Supreme Court has allegedly been engaged in criminal activity, according to a report from The Washington Times
“While declining to address specifics of the Hope case, the Louisiana attorney general’s office said the state’s abortion clinics have a disturbing pattern of failing to report rapes, and that a survey it conducted showed that between 2013 and 2018 at least 66 abortions were performed on girls 11, 12 or 13 years old. The ages indicate that the girls were survivors of rape.”
Hope Medical Center, party to the high profile case going before the SCOTUS for regulatory issues, now fighting release of docs that may relate to rape & sexual abuse of 11, 12, 13 yr old young girls, 66 of whom had abortions.#ProLife https://t.co/dl63Op7pnl
— Cori #Trump2020🚂 😎🏝🙏 #MAGA (@Cocofritz) November 26, 2019
Abortion. “By any means necessary.”
Last week, the Louisiana Department of Justice announced suspicions about alleged criminal activity that may have happened at the abortion business at the center of a high-profile U.S. Supreme Court case.
Now, a new report suggests that the allegations may relate to the sexual abuse of young girls.
The Louisiana Department of Justice accused the Hope Medical Group abortion business of hiding evidence of criminal and professional misconduct from the Supreme Court as it challenges a state abortion clinic regulation law.
Last week, the DOJ asked a federal court to unseal documents in the case so that state authorities can investigate. Because of the court-ordered seal, the DOJ did not mention the nature of the allegations.
This week, however, a Washington Times report provided more clues.
According to the report:
While declining to address specifics of the Hope case, the Louisiana attorney general’s office said the state’s abortion clinics have a disturbing pattern of failing to report rapes, and that a survey it conducted showed that between 2013 and 2018 at least 66 abortions were performed on girls 11, 12 or 13 years old. The ages indicate that the girls were survivors of rape.
More comprehensive data has been withheld from regulators and the public, state officials contend, because at least two abortion clinics that closed recently shredded all their documents when they shut down.
“The evidence and statistics abortion providers are using to claim abortions are safe are national and not state-specific,” [Louisiana Solicitor General Liz] Murrill argued. “This narrative they have that everything they do is safe and helpful is not true.” More
Abortionists are in for the money. Why would they care if the young girl was raped? How can this Louisiana abortion clinic call themselves “The Hope Medical Group” when they’re enticing vulnerable young girls into the most regrettable decision of their young lives.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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