Monday, August 27, 2012

Tim Carpenter: "Kline alleges 'corruption' in abortion clinic case" @ Topeka Capital Journal

... This verdict didn’t satisfy Troy Newman, president of the anti-abortion group Operation Rescue in Wichita.

Newman said the organization intended to file ethics complaints against Howe and Taylor, "who failed in his duty to investigate the destruction of evidence requested by Schmidt."

"Howe and Schmidt wanted this case to go away," Newman said, "so they used a smoke-and-mirrors excuse that confused the public and falsely represented that a prosecution could not move forward."

Forklifts would be required to transport remaining documents marking twists and turns of Kline's campaign to prosecute the two abortion providers in Kansas. Complex criminal cases against Tiller, who specialized in late-term abortions, and Planned Parenthood resulted in no convictions.

Tiller is dead, murdered in 2009 during a church service by a anti-abortion zealot. Planned Parenthood's clinic remains open for business. ...

Read more at Topeka Capital Journal.

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