Former Kansas Attorney General and Stephen Six has now appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee and provided written and oral testimony regarding his nomination to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. What Mr. Six failed to tell the committee, however, is the crucial role his office played in preventing Dr. Tiller from facing justice. (You can read how Dr. Tiller escaped justice here).
In response to this testimony former Kansas Attorney General wrote an earlier column detailing Mr. Six’s efforts to prevent evidence of Planned Parenthood’s criminal conduct from being used against Planned Parenthood. (See Why the Senate Should Reject Six). Mr. Kline also pointed out how Mr. Six’s oral and written testimony were misleading.
The revelation that Mr. Six used the power of his office to thwart a criminal investigation and prosecution has led to a delay in the committee vote on Mr. Six’s nomination. Furthermore, last week, Kansas Senators Pat Roberts and Jerry Moran announced their opposition to Mr. Six. Senator Roberts referred to concerns about Mr. Six’s testimony when announcing their opposition.
Now, Mr. Kline has written another column: The Flim Flam Flummox: How Tiller Escaped Justice and the Defense of Planned Parenthood. In the column Mr. Kline provides greater detail of Mr. Six’s role in interfering with the Planned Parenthood investigation.
But more importantly, Mr. Kline details how late-term abortionist Dr. George Tiller, with the help of AG’s Morrison and Six, avoided the substantive charges filed by Kline. Mr. Kline provides source documents and evidence which never reached open court and explains how AG Six rehabilitated Dr. Tiller’s image by tubing Dr. Tiller’s criminal prosecution.
This column and the source documents can be found at: http://plannedparenthoodcorruption.org/news/sixandtillerflimflam/
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