President Obama’s nomination of former Kansas Attorney General Stephen Six to the federal bench, some claim, is a payoff for Six’s role in protecting Planned Parenthood from the only criminal case ever filed against the abortion giant. As AG, Six played a key role in silencing a witness of Planned Parenthood’s alleged criminal conduct and actually sued a sitting prosecutor and judge in an effort to have all evidence of Planned Parenthood criminality returned to Planned Parenthood. Six engaged in these actions while Planned Parenthood was subject to a criminal prosecution.
Six was appointed to the position of Attorney General by former Kansas Governor, now Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius. Planned Parenthood was a key national political benefactor of Sebelius and poured millions of dollars into Kansas to thwart the criminal prosecution and support Sebelius politically. If convicted, Planned Parenthood stands to lose its $350 million plus in annual federal funding.
Recently, it was revealed that the investigation of Planned Parenthood by former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline turned up evidence that Planned Parenthood was apparently failing to report child sexual abuse as required by Kansas law. Documents recently released show that during a time when more than 165 abortions were performed on underage children in Kansas that Planned Parenthood only reported one case of child sexual abuse. The documents had been sealed and prevented from being used in the criminal investigation by various actions taken by the Sebelius appointed Kansas Supreme Court and AG Six.
You can read more in Kathy Ostrowski’s article here.