By Troy Newman

I hope you saw the movie Conspiracy Theory with Mel Gibson. In an eccentric style all his own, Gibson’s crazed character, Jerry, drives a New York taxi cab while lecturing his passengers in the bizarre schemes of cunning people in high political offices who conspire to oppress the common folks. Jerry knew that NASA used a secret weapon on the space shuttle to cause earthquakes and had it on good information that the CIA was an elite society connected to Israel’s Mossad. The hitch for Jerry was that some of his Conspiracy Theories were actually true, and the powerful elite had to silence his prophetic disclosures before their deeds were exposed.
Jump to Kansas and the case of Mr. Eric Rucker. He has served as assistant to Phill Kline during his tenures as both State Attorney General and Johnson County District Attorney. Recently, Mr. Rucker, was informally admonished by the Kansas Ethic Panel. It was a whimper of an end to more than four years of legal harassment and a massive media onslaught meant to discredit both men and destroy their careers. Nevertheless, the local leftist media played up Mr. Rucker’s timid admonishment as a grand victory for moral principals within the legal community and predicted the soon demise of Phill Kline.
So, what did Mr. Rucker actually do to deserve the non-stop hatred of the liberal left? What was his crime against humanity? A low level employee under Rucker created a spreadsheet list of documents contained in the George Tiller abortion investigation. That spreadsheet, had anyone even known about it, could have helped identify a number of Tiller’s abortion patients. But it never did. The scrap of paper went unnoticed until Tiller’s criminal trial – two years after Kline and Rucker left office. Even then, the spreadsheet was private and useless. Rucker was ultimately admonished by the legal ethics board for not knowing something that was unknown to everyone for years and turned out to be completely irrelevant.
Why would the Kansas Board for Discipline of Attorneys spend countless man hours and “boo-koo” bucks prosecuting a retired prosecutor and his former boss (who doesn’t even live in Kansas anymore) for such a trivial matter? There is obviously more at stake than Mr. Rucker’s and Mr. Kline’s law licenses.
To understand all the fuss you have to follow closely.
Before leaving public office, Phill Kline served as District Attorney in Johnson County, Kansas, the home of a large Planned Parenthood abortion clinic. Kline filed 107 criminal charges against Planned Parenthood of Kansas & Mid-Missouri, 23 of which are felonies.
The implications of Kline’s case against PPKMM are enormous. Besides the potential for fines and jail time for its executives, Planned Parenthood would lose its tax exempt status. Gone would be the millions of dollars it receives from taxpayers and charitable contributions. Its books would be open to legal scrutiny. The latter is a fate worse than death for Planned Parenthood. In fact, close inspection of its finances could mean certain death to the entire Planned Parenthood Empire. This chink in their armor is like that little hole in the Death Star, where Luke Skywalker shot a missile that destroyed the entire mother ship.
Planned Parenthood organizations nation-wide have been caught with their hands in the cookie jar. Affiliates in San Diego, San Francisco, South Florida, and New Jersey have all been accused of financial mismanagement, over-billing, and fraud. In fact, when comparisons are made between a recent Governmental Accounting Office report and Planned Parenthood’s own financial records, a staggering $1.8 billion in tax funds (yes, billion with a b) remain unaccounted for nationwide over a six year period. With all that missing money and reports of financial impropriety finally reaching the mainstream media, Planned Parenthood will go to almost any lengths to block any further probing into its fiscal practices.
Therefore, masterminds in high places, (read: pro-abortion bureaucrats and politicians who get their hands greased by Planned Parenthood), must work behind the scenes to stop the criminal case against Planned Parenthood. The only problem is that Kline got the goods, so to speak, on them. Their own records, obtained by Kline through an epic three-year legal battle, incriminate them. He caught them lying, committing illegal abortions, and falsifying evidence.
When and if this case ever hits the courtroom, Planned Parenthood is going down.
At this moment the criminal case against Planned Parenthood sits on appeal collecting dust on the bench of the Kansas Supreme Court. The evidence is sealed and the judge that found probable cause to believe that Planned Parenthood has broken the law has been silenced by a Supreme Court gag order. At issue is whether the incriminating evidence should be allowed to be released to the county prosecutor for use in trial or be sealed from the public forever. A decision from the Court has been pending for over a year and a half. Why so long? What are they waiting for?
I firmly believe the Kansas Supreme Court awaits the heads of Eric Rucker and Phill Kline. One down one to go.
Here is where we see the conspiracy take shape. The Kansas Supreme Court has jurisdiction over the Kansas Board for Discipline of Attorneys, or ethics panel, which is obsessed with Rucker and Kline’s past job performance. The Kansas Supreme Court is stacked to the brim with appointees of former Governor Kathleen Sebelius, now HHS Secretary under Obama.
Sebelius is the darling of the abortion industry and the recipient of hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from it. In return, Sebelius continually blocked abortion legislation and investigations into abortion abuses. The Planned Parenthood in Kansas even threw her a big birthday party, which she attended, while the organization was under criminal investigation.
Without the money from the abortion lobby, Sebelius would not be where she is today. On the other hand, without Sebelius, the abortionists in Kansas would have been prosecuted and run out of Dodge long ago. Today, Sebelius is in a position to funnel billions of tax dollars to Planned Parenthood – but not if her part in a conspiracy to cover up criminal activity on the part of the abortion giant is exposed through a criminal trial against her favorite Planned Parenthood group.
Political favors are owed. Huge amounts of money (past and future) are involved. Is a conspiracy to cover this up really that far-fetched?
The Kansas Supreme Court has desperately looked for a way to dismiss the credible criminal charges against Planned Parenthood. The Kansas Supremes need to do this because they are protecting an ideology that helped advance many of their careers. They have become not only the lapdogs of Planned Parenthood, but their guard dogs as well.
Here is my very own conspiracy theory and prediction. The Kansas Board of Discipline will find some minute, (and probably fictitious), violation committed by Phill Kline during his attempts to enforce Kansas abortion laws. They will use this as an excuse to hang him and his Kansas law license to a nearby cottonwood tree. Attending the public execution of Phill Kline and Eric Rucker will be the radical pro-abortion Kansas media trumping up whatever trivial infraction the Board might concoct.
The former AG and his chief of staff will then be sufficiently “discredited” to provide the political cover needed for the Kansas Supreme Court to dismiss the pending criminal charges against Planned Parenthood. The Supremes will say that the entire criminal case is tainted with prosecutorial misconduct, and voilà! Poof! Planned Parenthood walks away from their crimes unscathed like O.J. Simpson walked out of the L.A. District Court.
Author Tom Clancy once said, “The difference between fiction and reality? Fiction has to make sense.” But I think this conspiracy theory makes a lot of sense, especially when considering the seemingly inexplicable conduct of the Kansas Supreme Court, the rise and fall of political careers, and most importantly, the massive amounts of money at stake. Just like Conspiracy Theory’s Jerry had to be silenced, the well-tanned hides of Phill Kline and Eric Rucker must be nailed to the side of Planned Parenthood as trophies to show the rest of the world what will happen to the next prosecutor who dares to indict the world’s largest supplier of abortion services.
In most states, this kind of behavior is called corruption. Without outcry from the people, we can only expect more Conspiracy Theories to abound and injustice to continue to prevail.
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