Man Takes Mentally Disabled Teen He Raped to Two Abortion Clinics, Neither Report Abuse

State   |   Carole Novielli   |   Sep 19, 2014   |   5:00PM   |   Jacksonville, FL

A Texas group has released a shocking report identifying several child sexual rapists who were able to continue their rapes when medical workers failed to report the abuse. The report is called The Cover-up of Child Sexual Abuse and it was published by Life Dynamics, Inc., a national pro-life organization located in Denton, Texas.

One of the pedophiles identified by Life Dynamic was a 36 year-old man who took his girlfriend’s mentally impaired daughter to two medical facilities and both appeared to cover the abuse by not reporting it.

sexabuse2According to Life Dynamics, in all 50 states, sexual activity with underage children is illegal. Also, every state mandates that if a healthcare worker has reason to suspect that an underage girl is being sexually abused, they are required by law to report that information to a designated law enforcement or child protective services agency. That agency is then responsible to investigate the possibility that the child may be the victim of sexual abuse or statutory rape.

Because the pregnancy of an underage girl is evidence that she is the victim of sexual abuse, any healthcare worker who has contact with a pregnant underage girl has an obligation to initiate a report to the state.

This was not the case when the rape victim of Nathaniel Lamar Clark was taken to medical facilities for abortions on two separate occasions.

According to the report, Clark would have sex with the child while her mother was at work. When the little girl got pregnant, Clark took her to what she later told police was “the abortion place” in Jacksonville, Florida.

According to Life Dynamics, the mere fact that this sexual pedophile continued his rapes of the child is proof that no report was filed.

In fact, two years later when the girl was 15, she was taken for a second abortion at the All Women’s Center abortion clinic in Jacksonville. Court records show that authorities were hampered in their investigation because the abortion clinic’s staff refused to identify any of the employees involved. Clark eventually confessed and was given 10 years in prison.

Despite the fact that mandatory reporting laws were flagrantly violated no one at the abortion clinic or clinics was prosecuted for their failure to report.

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Life Dynamics writes in their report that, “they have consistently found that the law enforcement community is functionally indifferent to the problem of abortion clinics not complying with mandatory reporting statutes even in the face of irrefutable evidence that violations are occurring. Among all the cases we researched ¬– whether they are included in this report or not – we never found one example in which criminal charges were brought against an abortion clinic employee for failing to comply with their state’s mandatory reporting statutes. This was true even when this failure was (a) noted during the investigation and/or trial and (b) was a direct contributor to subsequent assaults on these children. In some cases, the abortion clinics flaunting of these laws even resulted in sexual assaults being committed against other underage girls.”

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