Is it Possible that the Abortion Industry is Complicit in Covering up Sex Crimes?

An Indiana abortionist allegedly listed as a minor the 27-year-old rapist of a 10-year-old girl. The girl was impregnated and transported across state lines from Ohio to Indiana. CompassCare CEO, Rev. Jim Harden, expert in medical ethics and women’s reproductive health care, encouraged law enforcement and mainstream media to ask pertinent questions in order to insure the protection of this girl and all victims of sex crimes. CompassCare, physically attacked by a pro-abortion terrorist group for speaking the truth to women, wonders why the mainstream media and pro-abortion politicians are preoccupied with abortion rather than protecting and ensuring that this 10-year-old girl, and others like her, receive the full benefit of law enforcement.

Is it possible that the misrepresentation of the rapist as a minor was not a mistake? Maybe the abortionist is not actually complicit in covering for a rapist. But was she aware the girl had been raped? Was she aware of who transported the victim across state lines? Was it the abortionist? Who told the abortionist that the rapist was a minor? Was it the rapist, the mother, the 10-year-old girl, or someone else? If the abortionist is in the right, why does she feel the need to threaten a defamation lawsuit?

Is it possible that rape victims are not getting the benefit of the full extent of the law because of similar misrepresentations of rapists by other abortionists? Law enforcement needs to ask if this misrepresentation is systemic across the abortion industry. The abortion industry needs to be investigated for potential complicity in sex crimes—complicity in a sex crime is a felony. Pro-life pregnancy centers are being attacked baselessly by pro-abortion politicians for misrepresenting the truth about abortion. Jim Harden, CEO of CompassCare, in speaking about the response to Indiana abortionist’s threats of a defamation lawsuit says, “Methinks thou doth protest too much.

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1 comment on “Is it Possible that the Abortion Industry is Complicit in Covering up Sex Crimes?”

  1. Pingback: The Abortion Industry, Sex Crimes, and a War on Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers (from The Stream)

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