Legislator’s Criticize “Unholy Alliance” between former Governor Kathleen Sebelius, Her Appointed Kansas Supreme Court and Planned Parenthood to Cover Up Child Abuse.
Speaking on behalf of more than 90 Kansas lawmakers and standing with more than three dozen of his colleagues, Kansas State Representative Steve Brunk (R-Wichita) calls for an end to the “political persecution” of former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline. At the news conference in Topeka Thursday (March 10, 2011) Brunk pointed to the bizarre and unprecedented claims against Mr. Kline by the Kansas Supreme Court’s appointed “Disciplinary Administrator.”
The Supreme Court, a majority of which were appointed for life without confirmation by former Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius, is claiming that Kline’s “personal prolife beliefs” were an unethical conflict of interest as Kline investigated Planned Parenthood for violations of state law. Kline’s investigation led to an independent Judge finding probable cause to believe that Planned Parenthood committed 107 violations of Kansas law, including 23 felonies.
Kline responded to the conflict claim by stating “I’m also anti-murder and I’ve put a lot of murderers away as well.” Kline added that the effort and claim was nothing more than stating that those with prolife beliefs cannot hold public office.
For 10 days beginning on February 21st, the Kansas ethics panel for attorneys held hearings on the claims against Kline. Rather than present evidence against Kline, however, the hearing actually revealed the compelling evidence Kline uncovered in his investigation of Kansas abortion clinics – evidence which previously had been sealed by order of the Sebelius appointed Kansas Supreme Court.
As new claims that Planned Parenthood refuses to report child rape rock the nation, Kline’s hearing revealed that as Attorney General Phill Kline and his investigators had solid evidence that Planned Parenthood was engaging in such conduct way back in 2002 and 2003.
In the summer of 2003 and 2004 Kline investigators successfully fought the Sebelius Administration for evidence that demonstrated that during a time that hundreds of abortions were performed on underage children in Kansas, that Planned Parenthood only reported one case of child sexual molestation.
Kline’s investigation was gathering steam and was so compelling that Judge Richard Anderson of Topeka, Kansas found probable cause to believe that Planned Parenthood files contained evidence of criminal activity. The Kansas Supreme Court, however, stepped in and stalled Kline’s investigation of child molestation and failure to report child rape.
Due to what the legislator’s yesterday called “an unholy alliance” between Sebelius, Kansas abortion providers and the Kansas Supreme Court, particularly pro-abortion Justice Carole Beier, Kline’s access to information needed to protect the abused children and to prosecute Planned Parenthood for failure to report their abuse was blocked. Beier is a former lawyer for the leftist National Women’s Law Center and has refused to recuse herself from consideration of abortion related issues despite her history of activism on the issue.
The legislator’s called for a renewed focus on protecting children, a reopening of Kline’s investigation, a cessation to the “political persecution” of Kline and an end to Planned Parenthood funding.
Despite the efforts of the Kansas Supreme Court and the Sebelius Administration, Kline was later to gather sufficient information for the 107 count criminal charges against Planned Parenthood that Kline filed in October of 2007. This case is still on file and represents the only criminal charges ever against Planned Parenthood.
Sebelius is now Secretary of Health and Human Services in the Obama Administration and is in charge of Title X fund of which Planned Parenthood receives more than $350 million a year. If Kline’s initial investigation led to a conviction for failure to report child rape the abortion giant would lose all of its Title X funding. Some claim that Sebelius’s efforts to thwart Kline’s investigation was an effort to protect that funding source for Planned Parenthood – a large supporter of the former Governor’s political ambitions.
Now some in Congress want Sebelius to explain her administration of the very funds which are placed in jeopardy by the allegations Kline initially investigated in 2003 and 2004.
For more information regarding the hearings visit: www.plannedparenthoodcorruption.org