Overland Park, KS – Operation Rescue is asking the Kansas Legislature to take action to compel the Executive and Judicial branches to stop engaging in lawless acts to cover-up for abortion wrongdoing.
Events surrounding criminal cases that involve a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Overland Park and a late-term abortion mill run by George R. Tiller in Wichita, have shown a disturbing pattern that has revealed the possibility of a conspiracy to cover-up criminal wrong-doing in the abortion industry.
Yesterday, Johnson County District Attorney Phill Kline filed a brief in response to the refusal of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment to comply with a subpoena asking them to confirm the authenticity of records already in the District Attorney’s possession. At issue are records that Judge Richard Anderson testified were altered by Planned Parenthood to remove evidence of criminal conduct on their part. The KDH&E now says that the District Attorney is not entitled to those documents.
KDH&E members are appointed by Gov. Sebelius, a recipient of massive amounts of campaign contributions from abortions groups, most notably George Tiller.
“Abortion corruption has infected both the Executive and Judicial branches of Kansas Government. It is now up to the Legislature to take courageous action to restore the rule of law and stop efforts to obstruct justice,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “If they will not do that, then they become participants in the statewide abortion corruption scandal.”
Meanwhile, the Kansas Supreme Court has delayed ruling on whether a Sedgwick County grand jury is entitled to critical evidence subpoenaed from Tiller’s late term abortion mill.
“If the Court does not rule by the end of the week, it is doubtful if there will be time left for the lengthy redaction process to take place before the grand jury disbands on July 8. By delaying the production of evidence, the Court is intentionally engaging in an overt effort to conceal evidence from a legally convened grand jury. They are very close to crossing the line into criminal obstruction of justice,” said Newman. “The situation is that serious and that intolerable. Right now lawlessness is the order of the day. We call on the Legislature to investigate abortion corruption, beginning with the Governor’s Office and the State Supreme Court.”
Please contact Rep. Arlen Siegfreid and ask him to initiate a legislative investigation into abortion corruption in Kansas.
Rep. Arlen Siegfreid