Skip to comments.Planned Parenthood accused of 87,000 fake claims (approaching $1 billion)
Posted on 03/10/2012 10:00:34 PM PST by Jahoohio
A lawsuit alleging that Planned Parenthood submitted more than 87,000 fraudulent claims and pointing out that there could be an $11,000-plus penalty for each case has been unveiled in a Texas dispute by attorneys representing former Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson.
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That could pay for the cuts from federal funding to Texas women’s health programs.
Eric the Holder will cover this up and make sure that this lawsuit is declared “frivolous” and “racist”.
Or Obama will attempt a $1 Billion government bailout.
Everything the Government funds is a criminal enterprise. We’ve been stolen from for decades and now it is “in your face” theft.
87,000 individual crimes committed and nearly a $1 billion dollars stolen and we all know no one will spend a day in jail and PP will still be in business.
I’m sure this a ‘too big to fail’ company that would sooner or later have to be bailed out by the stupid dumb-ass, er . . . I mean American tax payer.
The cult of nascent killing doesn’t give a #.
excellent, that should hit them where it hurts.
$65.00 a claim?
I thought 'health care' was expensive.
I may be an optimist but I see this as possibly 87,000 babies still alive.
Planned Parenthood = Somali Pirates robbing American taxpayers.
The NY OIG case described ineligible services to pregnant women, treatment for sexually transmitted diseases, and counseling visits unrelated to family planning services.
Evidently it's a lot cheaper to kill a baby than to buy a month supply of condoms or pills - at least according to that Fluke
slut/prostitute representative of the Left's high morality club.
No... this is 87,000 mothers going home with a hundred condoms each after their abortions, while you and me getting the bill.
How else could they afford prime membership in the reelection committee of the current Commissar Obama if they didn’t steal the money from the American people?
OK, this is screwed up. Claims for “family planning” were reimbursable, but if a woman went to be treated for an infection, that was not? I am living in Backwards World.
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