A county sheriff wants state agencies to probe the Planned Parenthood abortion business and determine why it purposefully did not report the rape of a teenage girl that it saw as a customer, allowing the rapist to target other teen girls.
Planned Parenthood abortion clinics have come under fire countless times over the years for not reporting cases of statutory rape to authorities as required by state law. Earlier this month, in Arizona, officials says the abortion giant failed again to provide the proper report to authorities about a victim of a young man who is a serial rapist.
Not only did Planned Parenthood intentionally fail to report the rape but, in so doing, it allowed the rapist to rape as many as 18 or more teenage girls, authorities say, making it so the abortion company is partially responsible for victimizing them as well.
The Arizona Republic has more on the potential investigation into the Planned Parenthood abortion company:
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office has asked two state agencies to investigate a claim that a Planned Parenthood clinic in Tempe refused to report evidence of a suspected teen rape.
That allegation, brought by a parent of an accuser, surfaced in a sheriff’s report as part of an investigation involving an 18-year-old high-school student who officials suspect is connected to a series of reported sexual assaults on teenage girls.
Tyler Kost is set to appear in court today to face charges in that assault and a string of others dating to 2009, when Kost was 13 years old. He faces 27 counts of sexual assault, sexual conduct with a minor and sexual abuse of a minor.
On Wednesday, a grand jury added a new charge when it indicted Kost on a charge of sexual conduct with a minor following allegations made by a 14-year-old girl earlier this month. She said Kost attacked her on a couch at his San Tan Valley house while they watched a movie and his parents were home, investigators said. It’s unknown when the alleged attack happened.
Kost is accused of raping two other girls in the wake of a Planned Parenthood visit in early January by one of his accusers.
On May 5, the Sheriff’s Office asked the Arizona Department of Health Services to look into Planned Parenthood’s handling of a 15-year-old girl who claimed Kost had raped and impregnated her. On April 17, the girl’s mother told detectives that clinicians said they “did not want the hassle” of reporting the assault, according to a police report filed in court.
Then on May 13, Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu wrote a referral letter to state Attorney General Tom Horne, asking for a separate investigation.
“One of the victims and her mother has made criminal allegation against the Planned Parenthood in Tempe,” Babeu wrote.
Also, previously, Live Action footage showed three centers in southern Virginia, a Perth Amboy, New Jersey abortion business and a Planned Parenthood center in Richmond, Virginia all having staffers helping the alleged sex traffickers find information on how to obtain abortions without facing scrutiny and get STD testing for the girls.
A Planned Parenthood staffer in New Jersey has already been fired, New Jersey officials are looking into a shoddy abortion center Planned Parenthood referred to in its video, and the Virginia attorney general has received the full footage of the Richmond Planned Parenthood expose’. All three of the new videos clearly show staff willing to aid and abet the sexual trafficking and exploitation of minors and young women and the videos, Lila Rose of Live Action says, provide more evidence of a clear, disturbing pattern of gross misconduct by Planned Parenthood.The videos have a Roanoke, Virginia abortion facility staffer suggesting the sex trafficker consider going to the health department instead of taking the girls he is vi