Skip to comments.On Target: Undercover abortion tapes (part 3)
Posted on 11/14/2002 6:29:02 AM PST by toenail
November 13, 2002
The market to provide reproductive health services, including abortion, can be a profitable one. It can be so lucrative, one pro-life organization based in Denton claims some North Texas clinics may possibly be willing to break the law. WB 33's Dawn Tongish has more in her On Target investigation.
This undercover operation, shared exclusively with WB33, reveals what may be widespread disregard for laws that shield kids from abuse. The pro-life organization that initiated this sting believes these clinics are failing to protect children, choosing profits instead.
She says shes a 13-year-old girl, pregnant by an older man.
That's the call that came into family planning and abortion clinics across North Texas. The caller is actually an adult pretending to be teen. Clinics didn't know the call was a set-up.
"They aren't interested in coming out and saying, Oh yeah, we cover up for pedophiles all the time. They aren't going to say that, said activist Mark Crutcher. So the only way to do that was to go undercover."
Crutchers group, Life Dynamics of Denton, spearheaded the sting.
Life Dynamics staged more than 800 calls to clinics, including 18 in North Texas. Crutcher says in 91 percent of the calls, they found evidence that facilities are ignoring laws meant to protect children.
We are looking at the largest criminal conspiracy in history and the victims are children, said Crutcher. The Mafia never did anything worse then this."
This call came to Trinity Valley Women's Clinic, where it seems the employee suggests a way around the law that says a parent must be notified before a minor gets an abortion. The employee talks about bringing in a man to pose as a parent.
Clinic: "Gosh, even if he was older, we have to see their driver's license and we can't prove they're not your mom or dad. They just have to swear on an affidavit here in our office that says that they are your parent. Caller: "Yeah, I see. Clinic: "I mean, you know, Im not even suppose to be telling you this, but there's no way that I can know for a fact that who you bring in here is not your mom or dad."
We took the tape to that clinic in Fort Worth to get an explanation.
The clinic said the woman on the tape wasnt there, and asked us to leave. We did reach the clinic employee by phone.
We played the tape, confronting her with her own recorded voice.
She told us, "I can tell you I told her that she has to sign an affidavit, putting her life in jeopardy, if she's not the true parent.
When we asked her about bringing in someone else to pose as her parent, she said, Thank you very much, and hung up the phone.
We also wanted to get answers from West Side Clinic in Fort Worth. In a call that came in there, an employee suggested sending a letter that may or may not reach a parent.
Clinic: "And if the letter comes back to us, it doesn't matter---even if it comes back, it's returned, it doesn't get to your parents. And after 48 hours if we don't hear anything from anybody, or we get the letter back, we can schedule you for an appointment even though you are underage."
At the clinic, we found a woman who said she was the director.
KDAF: So that wouldn't be something you would tell them that it would be okay, if the letter came back?
Clinic Director: "No.
KDAF: Well, that's what Dawn told her.
Clinic Director: "That's what Dawn told a girl? Dawn told her that?
KDAF: Yes. Did Dawn make a mistake?
Clinic Director: "No, she didn't make a mistake. That's not what she said.
KDAF: Well then, would you like to hear this tape? I've got it right here. We can go in a back room and you can listen to it.
Clinic Director: No, play it for the corporate office, if you want."
Copyright © 2002, KDAF
Two years ago, more than four thousand underage girls got abortions in Texas. If you add it all up, Crutcher says you have one lucrative reason to keep on serving these girls, despite the law. A carefully hidden fact in these abortion mills is the fetal tissue harvesting industry. The tissue sellers to research institutes have placed 'harvesters' in many abortion clinics. These harvesters do pre-abortion evaluations of the females scheduled for 'procedures' and pick the healthiest females and healthiest prenatals, then wait for the abortion to happen. In many of these harvesting 'clinics', a method for killing the infants was devised that allowed for the freshest tissues and most complete bodies ... bring the little ones into the world very prematurely (~16 weeks from last ovulation of the woman) and set their struggling bodies aside to suffocate slowly. In some cases (as revealed in Congressional testimony) the little ones didn't 'expire' quickly enough so they were drown and the harvesting was immediately begun.
Why do I bring up this heinous industry? Because there is absolutely nothing in the law that requires these serial killers or their cronies, the harvesters, to prove the little one is dead before harvesting. Why is that important? Two things: 1) a sixteen week gestational age child is very sensitive to pain, 2) the emphasis of the tissue harvesters is for the most fresh tissue possible and in the case of brain tissue the most intact brain, ala just killed, and I would bet my house that on at least one occasion over the last four years, a little one arrived on ice at a research lab with still beating heart, to be dissected immediately. Too outlandish you say?... Not really when you realize that greed motivates the heartless and that the entire Roe v Wade Supreme Court case was based on an elaborate lie (Norma wasn't raped and she never even had an abortion, by her own confession decades later) and the expert testimony was false (the expert physicians now admit freely that they fabricated their statistical support of their contentions regarding number of 'back alley' and illegal abortions and deaths and maiming of females using back alley abortions).