Tiller’s ProKanDo: “First 300 Drinks are Free”

Wichita, Kansas, — With Operation Rescue’s Truth Truck parked just feet from the door, about 30 supporters of late-term abortionist George Tiller and his Political Action Committee, ProKanDo, entered the alleyway entry of a local dinner theater for a secret, invitation-only holiday “celebration” of abortion that included up to 300 free alcoholic beverages.
An anonymous source deep inside Tiller’s abortion organization tipped off Operation Rescue to the party’s location, a secret that ProKanDo had carefully guarded. Rescuers showed up with two, large paneled Truth Trucks adorned with images of aborted babies, along with about a dozen other signs depicting the grisly the reality of what ProKanDo’s partygoers support by giving money to Tiller’s PAC. Rescuers also preached to attendees a message of shame for their support of child-killing, and a call to repentance and forgiveness.
This is not the first of Tiller’s parties that has included large amounts of alcohol. On September 3, 2003, ProKanDo’s Receipts and Expenditures Report filed with the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission in January, 2004, shows a disbursement to Grape & Grain Wine & Spirits, Wichita a liquor store, for $307.45.
Tiller has a documented history of drug and alcohol abuse. Documents obtained by Operation Rescue indicate that Tiller was disciplined by the Kansas Board of Healing Arts and prohibited from ingesting alcohol as a part of his stipulated agreement. In addition, Tiller admitted in a sworn statement to the Oklahoma Medical Board that he perforated the uterus of a woman during an abortion around the time he was struggling with addiction.
“This party was nothing more than a drunken bash,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “I guess one would almost have to get drunk and stay drunk in order to live with being responsible for the brutal dismemberment of thousands of innocent baby boys and girls in the womb.”
“We know that Tiller completed a recovery program about 20 years ago for his drug and alcohol addictions,” Newman continued. “However, the large amounts of liquor currently being served at Tiller’s parties begs the question: Has Tiller fallen off the wagon? And if he has, women deserve to know, because his bad behavior puts women at risk.”
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