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Undercover Video Shows Statutory Rapist Buying Plan B Drug for Girl He Raped

by Steven Ertelt | Washington, DC | LifeNews.com | 11/21/13 11:13 AM

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A new undercover video released today shows depicts an older man buying Plan B and asking the pharmacists and store clerks how to insert the drug into his girlfriend’s drink because she doesn’t want to take it.

In other scenes, his girlfriend, a minor, is with him and saying she doesn’t want to take it but he buys and says he will make her take it – all in front of the store employees.

“While supporters of Plan B are adamant about the drug’s access to anyone, statutory rapists can use this powerful drug to easily get away with their crimes by casually purchasing it for their underage victims with no one none the wiser, including the parents,” said Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America, which released the video today.

Hawkins told LifeNews, “This is illegal and could be prevented with common sense restrictions on the sale of the Plan B.”

The release of the video is the second one Students for Life of America has released to expose problems associated with buying the morning after pill drug over the counter.

Earlier this month, Students for Life of America released a new video showing young girls not legally old enough for sexual relations were unable to buy the sudafed cold medicine but could easily purchase the Plan B drug. Although sex with a girl 15-years-old or younger if statutory rape, the girls had no problems getting the drugs at nationally-known stores.

Students for Life of America went undercover in 30 Walgreens, Rite-Aid, and CVS stores across the nation in August and September of 2013 and filmed these interactions. While the situation may seem extreme, real instances of this and worse have taken place with a similar drug, Ella, which can be taken up to a week after unprotected sex and is also an abortificiant, the group said.

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“Patterns of abuse could easily emerge with the sale of Plan B being so accessible to men who want to cover up their crimes with underage girls,” continued Hawkins. “This is about protecting women and young girls, something the pro-abortion lobby has no intention of doing since they are so set on anyone getting access to a drug that puts young women in harm’s way.”

“While the sale of Plan B is legal, it is in no way safe or controlled as it takes the parent and doctor out of the young girl’s healthcare choices,” said Hawkins. “SFLA’s legislation will aim to control the sale of Plan B as well as provide conscience protections to those employees who have moral objections.”
More information about the “Expose Plan B” Project can be found at www.ExposePlanB.com.