Planned Parenthood clinic caught in another revealing 'sting'
Catholic World News - February 08, 2011
For the third time in less than two weeks, a Planned Parenthood employee has been caught on videotape giving helpful advice to a man who identifies himself as the operator of a prostitution ring using young girls.
The pro-life group Live Action has released a new video from a Planned Parenthood clinic in the Bronx, New York. In the video, a man posing as a pimp consults with a Planned Parenthood staffer, and receives advice on how he might obtain free services for underage prostitutes by posing as their legal guardian.
The video from the Bronx follows closely on the heels of similar evidence from Planned Parenthood clinics in Virginia and New Jersey. Lila Rose, the president of Live Action, said that the evidence points to an “institutional crisis in which PP is willing to assist sex trafficking and exploitation of minors and young women.”
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Posted by: sparch -
Feb. 09, 2011 10:02 AM ET USA
rpp-In addition, it is the dispicable, political driven, agenda of Live Action that should be stopped. I thought the adherence to the laws of the country would be enough for Planned Parenthood to abide by. Apparently they require separate laws to further their 'noble' cause.
Posted by: rpp -
Feb. 08, 2011 4:59 PM ET USA
Let me see if I understand PP's response. They plan to train their employees to report people who actually do the things Planned Parent teaches them to do. Have I got that right?