Alabama Planned Parenthood Didn’t Report Rape of Teen, Attorney General Asked to Prosecute

State   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Aug 31, 2015   |   11:52AM   |   Washington, DC

The leading pro-life group in Alabama is calling on the state’s attorney general to investigate and prosecute the Planned Parenthood abortion business after LifeNews broke a story last week about a state health department report showing it failed to report the rape of a 14-year-old girl.

A new report from the Alabama state health department confirms that the Planned Parenthood abortion business failed to report the rapes of a 14-year-old girl who ultimately had two abortions during a four-month time period. This is the latest bad publicity for the abortion company after Planned Parenthood was found in a series of videos to be selling aborted babies and their body parts.

The latest report from the Alabama Department of Public Health about the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Mobile is dated from November but was only made public on August 13th.

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There are several major problems, including failure to report possible sexual abuse of minor, failure to document all records correctly, patient care issues, and infection control problems.

Now, Alabama Citizens for Life is calling all concerned citizens in Alabama to contact Attorney General Luther Strange to request a law suit be filed against Planned Parenthood of Mobile for failure to report statutory rape of minor teenager.

Cheryl Ciamarra, the head of the pro-life group, is concerned about the lack of action by state health department officials in monitoring Planned Parenthood and a coverup concerning the unreported rape.

“A health inspection of the Planned Parenthood clinic in Mobile was completed on November 21, 2014 by the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH).  Although the inspection report is public record and after multiple phone calls and emails requesting the report be placed on the ADPH website, the report was not made public until August 13, 2015.  Why was this report kept from public viewing for nine months?” Ciamarra asks.

Ciamarra told LifeNews that another report from 2009 on the Birmingham Planned Parenthood clinic shows it was cited for some of the same violations of failing to report the rape of a teenage girl. She is concerned the state is taking too long to prosecute Planned Parenthood.

“In that case as well, the time between the report being made public and action taking place passed the Statute of Limitations for prosecution, so that clinic was only placed on Probation for one year,” she said. “It appears to be a pattern that when Planned Parenthood has violated health standards and broken the law in not reporting possible sexual abuse of minors, the Alabama Department of Public Health and powers that be are not being swift to action in demanding Planned Parenthood correct their failures in protecting their clients.”

In response to the recent revelations of the health code violations reported by the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) happening in the Mobile Planned Parenthood clinic, Alabama Citizens for Life is asking everyone to utilize their email alert program to Ask Attorney General Luther Strange to file a law suit before the deadline at midnight tomorrow night , which will also generate an email thanking Governor Robert Bentley for stopping the State of Alabama for contracting with Planned Parenthood and to call for a full investigation into every abortion provider with a multiple violations of Alabama law.

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