SHOCKING ABUSE! Planned Parenthood Faces Lawsuit in Child Rape and Abortion Scandal

By Deborah Myers

PP-DenverDenver, Colorado — Planned Parenthood faces a legal challenge in Colorado after Cary Smith, of Federal Heights, discovered that clinic staff failed to inquire or report about suspected sexual abuse of her thirteen-year-old daughter after giving her an abortion.

It was any mother’s nightmare.

According to the lawsuit filed on June 20, 2014, Cary’s daughter, R.Z., was only about six when it all began. Her new step-father, Timothy David Smith, began to do things that no one had ever done before. At this age, she was too young to realize that her step-father’s inordinate attention was actually a crime—a felony: sexual abuse of a minor.

Little R.Z. turned seven, then eight. The years went by, and the abuse continued. But Cary Smith never knew.

During R.Z.’s growing up years, the abuse became both verbal and physical as well. Her step-father even threatened to take her life. Timothy’s verbal and physical abuse extended to Cary, even when R.Z. was present.

Then it happened.

R.Z. got pregnant. Timothy told her to take a test and the results were positive.

On May 3, 2012, Timothy transported his thirteen-year-old step-daughter to Planned Parenthood in Denver, Colorado, for an abortion appointment that Timothy had forced R.Z. to schedule.

Planned Parenthood staff met R.Z. and her step-father and gave them the necessary paperwork. R.Z. filled out her date of birth and signed a few forms, but Timothy completed all the rest. R.Z. never read these documents.

Throughout the visit, four staff members spoke with and observed R.Z. and her step-father. All of them had opportunity to see that R.Z.’s birth date indicated she was only thirteen—well below the age of consent. Yet, none of them asked R.Z. about their relationship. None of them asked why their last names were different. None of them asked about potential sex abuse. And none of them reported anything to the state.

After the abortion, R.Z. walked back out to the parking lot, got into her step-father’s car, and went back home. And the abuse continued.

Two months later, on July 18, 2012, Timothy was outside of the home, and Cary was left alone with her daughter. Young R.Z. took the opportunity to tell her mom the news—her own step-father was sexually abusing her, and had been doing so for years.

Cary spun into action. She took the thirteen-year-old to the hospital and immediately reported the abuse. She contacted Planned Parenthood for her daughter’s medical records, and discovered that her husband had arranged for a secret abortion for R.Z. earlier that year.

Timothy Smith was arrested and charged with multiple counts of felony sex abuse, and pled guilty to two counts in late 2012.

But Cary was not content. Although R.Z.’s abuser was now behind bars, the system hadn’t worked.

The first medical professionals who had seen R.Z.—the four Planned Parenthood staff members—must have known that her daughter was a potential victim of sexual abuse. These were professionals who had the information to do something. They had opportunity to ask R.Z. before her mother even knew.

And they had the responsibility to act—to report suspected child sex abuse—under Colorado law.

But these professionals did nothing. Worse, they performed a dangerous, legally-restricted procedure on a minor child, without informing her mother, and turned R.Z. back over to her rapist following the abortion.

The inaction of Planned Parenthood staff, as well as their direct violation of Colorado statutes, enabled a sexual predator to continue his felonious abuse of a child for months afterwards.

Cary maintains that defendants’ negligence “created an unreasonable risk of physical harm” to her daughter. Cary is now suing Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains for five claims for relief, including negligence, negligent affliction of emotional distress, and extreme and outrageous conduct.

“We applaud Cary Smith for her brave stand to hold Planned Parenthood accountable for their crime against her daughter,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. “This lawsuit is another indication that Planned Parenthood is dedicated to one thing—selling abortion; and they do not care how many young girls are raped or abused in the process.”

Read Smith v. Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood

  • Carl G. Oehling

    The abortionists are “dedicated to one thing”, — Making money.

  • RanknFile—Operation Rescure: war against women, abortion is not healthcare!!

  • Joanne

    I hope this lawsuit prompts other minors whom Planned Parenthood failed to come forward.

  • Nancy Cosgrove

    PP is the largest most heinous child abuser the world has ever know. This billion dollar abortion giant has absolutely no conscience and is faithful to only note thing: the bottom line.
    OR is out faithful David against this Murderous Giant

    Thank you OR

  • Suzanne

    Planned Parenthood doesn’t care about women at all. Their claims to care for women are nothing but a huge lie, one they perpetrate to try to appear respectful. This organization of monsters is only interested in one thing; money. How such a hideous, murderous, lying group of people can continue to slaughter unborn babies and sometimes injure or kill women “patients,” is beyond belief.
    These people will answer to Jesus Christ for their crimes one day. He will not buy their lies.

  • barry1817

    I hope she sues for all that Planned Parenthood is worth, and wins it all.

    funny how those in medical field, with obligation to report child abuse seem to think that rape and pregnancy of a 13 year old is normal business as usual.

    funny but before I work in basketball day camps, we have to have a review of laws about child abuse, and be informed it is an obligation to report such behavior, and even sign forms that we were informed of this.

    Now where I come from, a child in a basketball camp with bruises might be very hard to determine abuse, but a 13 year old that is pregnant is a no brainer.

  • Tonya Martone

    Cary, you are an outstanding Mother to have the courage to stand up to the billion dollar abortion industry for your daughter and all woman being injured by it. I would love to see you and your precious daughter get the compensation you deserve. I know personally that injuries from rape and abortion can take a very long time to come to grips with. I also know that there is hope and healing through The Father. Love conquers ALL! Congrats for standing for the truth. May God bless and keep both of you always.

  • Julia

    I applaud you Cary. I hope and pray you win the case and take those retarded abuse enablers for all their worth. Your poor daughter needed help and they failed her. I’ll be praying for you both :)

  • Maria

    I understand that Planned parenthood failed this child, but she as a mother is not good. She allowed this man to verbally and physically abuse her child, she did not know about the sexual abuse but she knew about the other abuses, she should go to jail too.