The Scandal of Selective Outrage

On April 3, 2008, state authorities carried-out an armed raid on the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (FLDS) facility in Eldorado, Texas.  They were acting on suspicions that some members of this religious sect were sexually exploiting children and others were concealing it. 

Before long, the State of Texas had taken custody of more than 400 children and isolated them from their parents.  Now, even the most ardent defenders of this action are conceding that the evidence being acted upon may turn out to be a little flimsy and the roundup overly broad.  Time will be the judge of that.  My suspicion is that unless mass indictments are eventually returned, the State of Texas is going to have a lot of explaining to do.    

Obviously, any decent person understands that society has an obligation to protect children against sexual predators.  They also have an obligation to act against adults who fail to protect children against sexual predators.  In fact, that is the most common justification given for separating the children in the Eldorado raid from their parents. 

If this all turns out to be legitimate, I say drop the parents in jail right along side the perps.  They deserve each other.  But I also want to know why everyone suspected of being involved in the cover-up of child sexual abuse are not the targets of such investigations.  

As you may recall, we conducted a three-month undercover investigation in which we recorded over 800 calls to Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facilities across America – including Texas.  Our female caller portrayed a 13-year-old girl who was pregnant by an adult and wanted an abortion in order to hide the illegal sexual relationship from her parents and the authorities.  On the tapes, many of the clinic workers are heard telling the caller that this situation was unlawful and that they were legally mandated to report it to the state.  However, even after acknowledging this, 91% of the 800 facilities contacted agreed to illegally conceal it.  Representatives of these organizations—often operating on tax dollars—routinely instructed a child who they believed to be a sexual assault victim to:

• lie about or conceal her age

• lie about or conceal the age of the man who impregnated her

• participate in illegal activity in order to circumvent the state’s parental notification law

• use a fictitious name, phone number or address when she came to the facility

• keep the situation hidden by altering what she would say when she came to the facility

• be more careful about what information she gave out and to whom

Many clinic representatives told the caller that they deal with this situation “all the time” and that the advice they were giving her is the way they normally handle it.  Any way you cut it, we caught these people red-handed.  The tapes from our investigation prove beyond any reasonable doubt that Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation are running a nationwide pedophile protection racket.  To read our complete report on this issue, take your blood pressure medicine and go to ChildPredators.com.

The reality is, we have an epidemic of child sexual abuse in this country.  The most reliable studies show that among girls 15 and younger who get pregnant in the United States, 60% to 80% are impregnated by adults.  We also know that 15 to 19 year old girls have the highest rate of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the country and that the majority were contracted from adult men.  The evidence goes on and on but it always leads to the same conclusion.  Underage girls are being sexually abused at a rate that is unprecedented in American history.         

I would also point out that facilities which offer pregnancy tests, STD treatments, birth control and abortions are, by far, the most common places these girls are going to show up.  So while the situation in Eldorado affects only a tiny fraction of the potential child sexual abuse victims in America, Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facilities see them by the tens-of-thousands every year.  Yet we have been spectacularly unsuccessful in getting law enforcement to investigate the undeniable fact that these two organizations are openly flaunting every state’s mandatory reporting laws.  As amazing as it sounds, in the overwhelming majority of jurisdictions, when pro-lifers bring this up to the authorities – they threaten the pro-lifers!  What we have discovered is that most law enforcement agencies in this country are simply afraid of the abortion lobby. 

The bottom line is, America’s epidemic of child sexual abuse is a national disgrace and the response of law enforcement to it is a scandal.  I challenge anyone to show me the difference between an adult who chooses to ignore the sexual abuse of children in the FLDS facility, and the law enforcement official who chooses not to enforce laws designed to protect children who end up at Planned Parenthood or the National Abortion Federation.  Like I said, it’s a national scandal.

Are Connecticut Family Planning Clinics Protecting Men Who Rape Children?

14-Year-Old Given Three Abortions in Six Months!

On Monday, a New London man was indicted in the sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl.  Now, a police investigation has uncovered that the child was taken for abortions to the Planned Parenthood clinic Norwich in April, July and September of 2006.  

Mark Crutcher, the president of Life Dynamics Incorporated of Denton, Texas, says that this is part of a nationwide pedophile protection scandal involving facilities associated with Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Federation.    

During a two-year undercover investigation, Life Dynamics recorded over 800 calls to such facilities across America in which a female actress portrayed a 13-year-old girl pregnant by her adult boyfriend and seeking an abortion in order to hide the illegal sexual relationship from her parents and the authorities.  On the tapes, many of the clinic workers are heard telling the caller that this situation was unlawful and that they were legally mandated to report it to the state.  However, even after acknowledging this, 91 percent of the 800 facilities contacted agreed to illegally conceal it.  In fact, representatives of these organizations—often operating on tax dollars—routinely instructed a child who they believed to be a sexual assault victim to:

• lie about or conceal her age or the age of the man who impregnated her
• participate in illegal activity in order to circumvent the state’s parental notification law
• use a fictitious name, phone number or address when she came to the facility
• keep the situation hidden by altering what she would say when she came to the facility
• be more careful about what information she gave out and to whom

The Planned Parenthood facility in Norwich was a target of this investigation and gave a response that perfectly matches this pattern.  Tapes of the calls made to other facilities in Connecticut show the same results.  Crutcher stated, “Our investigation proved that rapists who target underage girls have no better ally than Planned Parenthood.  If these people in Norwich had any sense of decency, or any concern for this child, they would have reported this situation to the authorities the first time they saw her.  Of course, that would have cost them the profit from the next two abortions.”


For additional information visit Childpredators.com

Same Lies, New Verse

The American abortion lobby is poised to hold its death march in Washington DC to renew their commitment to the slaughter of premature babies.  Of course, they will cynically disguise their agenda as concern for the lives of women who might be killed if abortion is again made illegal.

Of course, these people are lying through their blood-stained teeth and as proof I predict the following:

1) There will be no mention of the women who are currently being killed in their “safe and legal” abortion clinics.  Our website, LifeDynamics.com, lists several hundred of them and we know of several hundred more, including at least 6 in just the last few months.

2) There will be no mention of the American women who are being murdered by pro-choice men because these women refuse to submit to abortions.  This is a common and very well documented problem that has victimized women for years.    

3) There will be no mention of the suspected link between abortion and breast cancer. 

4) There will be no mention of the women who are raped and sexually assaulted in these“safe and legal” abortion clinics.  This problem was well documented in my book, Lime 5, also available at LifeDynamics.com.

5) There will be no mention of the almost universal use by abortion-industry lawyers of the “slut or nut” defense against women who bring malpractice suits against abortionists.

6) There will be no mention of what the abortion industry intends to do about the substandard quacks they know are working in their their “safe and legal” abortion clinics.  Even some abortion industry insiders have admitted that they can only attract the washouts and losers of medicine, with one chain of clinics known to have killed at least 10 women as of February of 2000. 

7) There will be no mention of what the abortion industry plans to do to stop over-the-counter sales of emergency contraceptives despite the fact that these drugs are known to cause serious problems in some women. 

8) There will be no mention of the new internet abortion business in which the pro-choice crowd is teaching underage girls how to use powerful and dangerous drugs to induce abortions on themselves.  In the past, these drugs have proven to be potentially fatal even with medical supervision.  Now, the abortion industry is showing thirteen-year-olds how to get them without a prescription.

9) There will be no mention of the fact that the American abortion industry is currently operating a nationwide pedophile protection racket (see:ChildPredators.com) despite the devastating and well documented consequences for young girls who are victimized by older men. 

The list goes on and on, but the point is that one would have to be either stupid or naive to believe that America's abortion profiteers care about the welfare of their customers.  As is always the case with these people, the bottom line is the bottom line.

Giant Right-Wing Conspiracy Strikes Again

Last October several Arizona women complained to authorities that while they were having abortions at a Phoenix area clinic, abortionist Brian Finkel sexually molested them.  Most of these accusations involved fondling the breasts of these women, massaging their clitoris, or performing oral sex on them.  Naturally, Finkel had a plausible explanation for all this.  He said that because these women were not medical professionals they didn’t understand what a complete gynecological exam entails. 

Unfortunately for Finkel, it appears that the Phoenix police are not medical professionals either.  They charged him with 17 counts of sexually molesting his patients, tossed him into the slammer, set bail at over $200,000 and scheduled a trial for August 5th. 

When the story made the local media, police reported that calls poured in from other women saying that they too had been sexually assaulted by Finkel.  Over the next few weeks, the number of victims soared.  The police even found a few of Finkel’s ex-employees who had witnessed these assaults but remained silent because they were afraid of what he might do to them.  Evidently, their concerns were not unfounded.  In an interview with police, Finkel stated, “I got a gun and they don’t.  They’re gonna’ get in a fight with me and they’re gonna’ lose.”  

As the new year rolled around, Finkel remained a guest of the state and things were proceeding in a pretty logical manner.  Then on January 16, 2002, Judge Pamela Franks made what is destined to become a landmark legal decision.  I won’t bore you with the legalese, but it goes something like this: whenever the number of women accusing an abortionist of sexually assaulting them goes up, his bail should go down.  Acting on this freshly discovered legal principle, she ordered that Finkel’s bond be cut by more than half.  Two days later he picked-up the tab and strolled out of jail. 

Meanwhile, the number of victims coming forward had reached more than 100.  This prompted the grand jury to issue an additional 43 indictments for sexual abuse and seven more for sexual assault.  On January the 26th, Finkel was rearrested and this time bail was set at $650,000.  Unfortunately, the lunacy that had so ravaged poor Judge Franks had begun to spread.  Another Arizona court official ruled that the bond posted in the first incident would cover this one as well, and ordered that Finkel be released.  A couple of hours later, he again strolled out into the sunlight. 

What I want to know is: where is the national media on this story?  After all, it has the two staples of contemporary American journalism – sex and violence – and yet six months have gone by without a peep.  Surely there is no political agenda at work here.

Now if you think the national media is ignoring it simply because they see it as a local story, ask yourself the following questions.  What would they be doing if a leader in the pro-life movement was accused of sexually assaulting more than 100 women and then threatening his female employees with a gun?  And what if he was allowed out on a reduced bail, rearrested for 50 additional charges, and allowed out a second time with no bail at all?  Call me cynical, but I’m betting this would be the lead story in every newscast and newspaper in America.  The media and others on the Godless Left would hammer away until the accused was hauled back to jail and this loony judge removed from the bench. 

Of course, recognizing that I could be wrong and thinking that maybe the Arizona Chapter of the National Organization for Women could shed some light on this situation, I called and talked to their spokesperson, Janet Andress.  She was familiar with the case and assured me that these women were lying.  When I asked why NOW always takes the side of women who make sexual assault allegations except when they are made against an abortionist, she seemed a little befuddled.  However, she quickly recovered and went on to explain that this whole episode is part of a giant plot concocted by a local pro-life organization but she was not sure which one it was.

I found it reassuring to locate someone who had a handle on this situation.  Thanks to Ms. Andress’ keen insights, we now know that more than 100 women – all of whom were pro-choice enough to actually have abortions – conspired with (a) some unidentified pro-life organization, (b) several former employees of Finkel’s abortion clinic, (c) the Phoenix Police Department, (d) the Maricopa County District Attorney’s office, and (e) the grand jury, just to destroy some hapless abortionist whose only crime was to give really thorough gynecological examinations. 

And to think, Janet figured this out all by herself and she’s not even a medical professional.


Mark Crutcher of Life Dynamics