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Colorado Attorney General to Review Planned Parenthood Video

Once again, Lila Rose’s undercover work has resulted in action. We told you about Live Action’s recent videos of taxpayer-funded Planned Parenthood giving a “minor” advice on dangerous sexual games. The abortion mill shouldn’t be talking to minors about any sexual activity, dangerous or otherwise.

Employees who are asked direct questions about sado-masochism, asphyxiation, whippings, handcuffs, shackles, or whatever is involved should either advise them to discuss the topic with their parents or legal guardians, or simply decline to answer such questions. In fact, minors, too young to legally consent to sex with adults, should be considered too young to consent to killing their unborn children.

Breitbart reports that Colorado’s attorney general said he intends to review the most recent video. An excerpt:

As observed by Wayne Laugesen at the National Catholic Register, despite Colorado Attorney General John Suthers’ intentions to have the recent Live Action video reviewed, he lacks jurisdiction to do much if criminal activity on the part of Planned Parenthood is suspected. Instead, Arapahoe County District Attorney George Brauchler has jurisdiction in the matter, and local authorities would need to pursue any charges.

Even if Suthers lacks jurisdiction to do anything about Planned Parenthood, legally speaking, his office’s interest should generate publicity and expose the abortion mill. The article also notes Planned Parenthood’s failure to report statutory rape. A man raped his wife’s 13-year-old daughter and brought her in for an abortion. The lawsuit alleges that Planned Parenthood neglected to ask about the circumstances of the girl’s pregnancy. Surely, they had to suspect. Who wouldn’t be curious as to why an unrelated adult male brought a child in for an abortion?

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