A teacher in Michigan was found guilty charges in connection with a sexual relationship he had with an underage students.
Jon Jungkind was found guilty of one count of third-degree criminal sexual conduct and not guilty of a second count of third-degree criminal sexual conduct. However, he was found guilty of having a sexual relationship with a student.
From the story:
In January, the teen in question testified that Jungkind had unprotected sex with her, got her pregnant and bought her a series of abortion pills. She said at the time they had a relationship in the summer of 2011, she had a “big crush” on him and “loved him.” She said the sex was consensual.
Jungkind had been on administrative leave with the district pending the outcome of the case. He is now no longer with the district, and his salary – which had been placed in escrow – has been returned to the district.
Sentencing is scheduled for Dec. 17.
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The article doesn’t say where Jungkind purchased the abortion drug, but there is a good chance he bought it at Planned Parenthood, the nation’s biggest abortion company. Planned Parenthood has come under fire before for covering up cases of sexual abuse and statutory rape.
In one case out of Ohio,a fourteen year old girl was impregnated by her twenty-two year old soccer coach, a man that she and her parents trusted. The coach knew that he needed to get this “problem” taken care of as quietly as possible since the pregnancy was proof of his statutory rape – repeated statutory rape, in fact, that began almost a year earlier. He turned to Planned Parenthood.
With no questions asked, the Planned Parenthood clinic allowed him to sign for the minor’s abortion in place of her mother and father and to speed up the process and perform the abortion quickly in violation of the state’s 24-hour waiting period. Planned Parenthood staffers didn’t report the sexual abuse to the authorities either – leaving the coach with the opportunity to continue molesting his victim.
In another Ohio case, Planned Parenthood staffers failed to report a father’s sexual abuse of his thirteen-year-old daughter – resulting in his continued abuse of his daughter, Denise Fairbanks, for over another year. According to a staffer’s handwritten note, their policy is “don’t ask, don’t tell.”