this is stellar... and your taxes assist this activity... and if the girl is under 15 then they send them to a different 'clinic/doctor'
Apparently, the Tucson Sheriff has difficulties in following the law. He's known for fighting the Arizona law regarding asking legal status once someone has been arrested... he also failed to act on the multiple complaints against the shooter who shot Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and killed nine others when he ignored multiple complaints against Loughner, who had a relative in the county employ. This article is not pro PP, and seems to deem undercover activists as 'less than', it's a good idea to recall how the country was awakened to the abuses by ACORN, BHO's former employer. Of course Planned Parenthood is protesting and going on talk shows but 'me thinks they do protesteth too much." If you are not doing anything wrong, you have nothing to worry about.
Truth is there before you. LiveAction is filing suit in New Jersey today. PLEASE look at the following video...
We'll look at the racism against African-Americans by Planned Parenthood later!
"WE DONT WANT THE WORD TO GET OUT THAT WE WANT TO EXTERMINATE THE NEGRO POPULATION."
MARGARET SANGER, 1919
YouTube - Planned Parenthood Exposed (Exposed!)
Two Arizona Planned Parenthood clinics were targeted as part of an apparent multistate sting in which a man purporting to be a sex trafficker tried to trap clinic personnel in ethics violations.
It's the second time in two years Arizona Planned Parenthood clinics have been in the crosshairs of activists.
Planned Parenthood Arizona CEO Bryan Howard said the recent visits to clinics in Washington, D.C., Indiana, New York, Virginia and one in Tucson and one in Scottsdale seemed to follow the same script.
A man comes to the clinic, says he has a sexually transmitted disease, then implies that he operates a sex-trafficking ring that involves minors and illegal immigrants. Howard said a man resembling the description of the person making visits to Planned Parenthood clinics in the East beginning Jan. 11 visited a Tucson clinic and a Scottsdale clinic on Jan. 15.
In both cases, Howard said, "He came in late in the day, without an appointment, filled out no paperwork, and then tells us about what anyone should know is illegal activity regarding minors."
Howard said he believes "that all the while he likely is using his cellphone to make what will be a highly edited video. We believe he wanted to use the video to embarrass us."
Howard said it isn't the first time this sort of thing has happened.
In July 2009, two activists from the anti-abortion group Live Action visited a Phoenix Planned Parenthood site. One of the two posed as a 15-year-old who is pregnant; the other as her best friend. They secretly made a video of their visit.
The pregnant girl said the father of her child is "a lot older" and asked if there would be a lot of questions if he paid for an abortion. The Planned Parenthood worker said, "No," and added, "We don't ask a lot of questions."
The two young women then visited another Phoenix Planned Parenthood site and the minor was also promised confidentiality.
Both encounters were captured by a hidden camera, then were edited and posted on the Live Action website. The video gave the impression that workers at Planned Parenthood clinics were more concerned with keeping their patients' circumstances confidential than they were about notifying police about suspected sexual abuse of a minor.
The Live Action website says that this year the group will "launch several major investigations of the abortion industry" and says "teams of young people" will go "undercover into dozens of Planned Parenthood clinics across the country, documenting rampant sexual abuse cover-up."
A message left with San Jose-based Live Action was not returned as of late Friday.
Howard said visits like the ones in 2009 and this month have made Planned Parenthood cautious.
"We take every patient seriously but we also have reporting obligations under state law," Howard said. "In this man's Tucson and Scottsdale visits, when he began to talk about clearly illegal activity, we concluded the interview and notified local authorities."
Scottsdale police spokesman Mark Clark said the agency got a call from Planned Parenthood regarding the incident, "but they told us they thought it was likely a hoax, and there is nothing criminal there." He said because no law was broken, there is no investigation of the incident.
Tucson police spokesman Capt. Michael Gillooly also said a call had been received and said there was not enough information about the man to warrant an investigation.
Nationally, Planned Parenthood has notified the FBI, Howard said.
Howard said that aside from the duplicity involved in the recent visits, "there is something else very disturbing about this."
"I think he is trivializing very important topics; that is, 13-year-olds, 15- and 17-year-olds being exploited," he said. "These situations need to be treated with seriousness, not as part of a blatant effort to hold us up to public ridicule and diminish Planned Parenthood's character and reputation."
Tucson, AZ | Mona Lisa Project - Live Action
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