Texas Police Officer Used Abortion to Cover Up Raping a 14-Year-Old

State   Carole Novielli   Aug 5, 2014   |   9:40AM    Austin, TX

A new law in Texas which has closed several abortion clinics is being challenged in the courts this week.

The Center for Reproductive Rights on behalf of several abortion providers is attempting to block further implementation of HB2 passed last year by the Texas legislature.

crimescene3The lawsuit seeks to prevent the state from requiring abortion facilities to meet the same regulations as ambulatory surgical centers.

But a dark and unreported underbelly of the abortion industry is beginning to emerge after a Texas pro-life organization released a stunning report which documents how the abortion industry is used to cover child rape.

Now, no one is for child rape. At least that is what we have been told. One would assume that pro-life and pro-choice forces alike would oppose such brutality. But what Life Dynamics has just published on their website ChildPredators.com shows a lack of concern or care for little girls who could be rape victims by the abortion industry.

The organization located in Denton, Texas reviewed hundreds of criminal cases where adult men were raping their young victims, sometimes for years. At some point the victim became pregnant by the pedophile rapist and abortion was used to cover the crime.

Life Dynamics points out that mandatory reporting laws exist in all 50 states and that a victim does not have to actually say that she is being raped, for the laws to apply.

In their report, the group details cases across the nation. But for this report we have selected to highlight one case from the state of Texas.

ChildPredator W Website Sarah 37244037_nA 52 year-old Texas police officer took his child victim to an abortion clinic in Houston for an abortion after he impregnated the teen.

James Bernard Isenhower was a Danbury, Texas, police officer when he began the sexual relationship with the 14-year-old daughter of a woman he was dating.

According to Life Dynamics, when the victim became pregnant, Isenhower took her to a Houston area abortion clinic.

Documents show that the victim’s mother accompanied them and, afterward, was forced by Isenhower to destroy the documentation from the abortion clinic so that there would be no paper trail. At trial, the mother testified that she was afraid not to comply with his demands because she was not a legal resident of the United States.

The Texas group which produced the report says that Isenhower continued to assault the little girl for several years after the abortion, proving that no report was filed by the abortion clinic. The victim herself finally came forward and told authorities what was occurring.

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Isenhower was convicted on child sexual assault charges in both Colorado and Texas. He is currently serving a 20-year sentence in the state penitentiary in Huntsville, Texas.

The child victim suffered for years as a result of the abortion clinics’ flagrant disregard of mandatory reporting statutes, yet no one at the clinic faces scrutiny or charges.

In all the hoopla of abortion clinics closing, I would like to ask – if this one is still in operation and if so – why?

Seems to me even the pro-choice lobby would join me in calling for this clinic to be closed down and those who failed this little girl to be charged with breaking the laws. But, then again, maybe not !

LifeNews Note: Carole Novielli is the author of the blog Saynsumthn, where this article originally appeared.