More proof: Abortion industry covering up for pedophiles

Friday, September 5, 2014
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Life Dynamics and other pro-life organizations have exposed abortion mills for covering up crimes of pedophiles while performing abortions on underage girls. A new study adds fresh revelations to that scandal.

Life Dynamics has posted a report on Child Predators.com, and founder Mark Crutcher explains what that report has found.

Crutcher, Mark (Life Dynamics)“[We] reviewed criminal cases in which men have been convicted of sexual relationships with minor girls,” he says. “During those trials it was revealed that child victims had been taken to an abortion clinic or a Planned Parenthood facility but no report was made, despite mandatory reporting laws. This allowed the abuse of the child to continue afterward.”

Some of the girls were 6 to 8 years old, he reports, and abuse continued for several years until they became pregnant - and then the abuser took the girl for an abortion.

“Between 60 and 80 percent of the minor girls in this country who get pregnant were not impregnated by other minors, they were impregnated by adults,” Crutcher tells OneNewsNow.

“It is a national scandal that this is allowed to go on, and the main reason that it does go on is because these pedophiles know that the worst thing that can happen to them is that the girl gets pregnant - but then all they have to do is take her to one of these places, and nobody will say anything.”

The cover-up needs to end, argues the pro-life spokesman, but he says neither abortion clinics nor authorities will do anything about it. In addition, Crutcher is concerned that parents are not overly concerned unless they discover it's their daughter who is being victimized, and then they "want to move heaven and earth" to get action.

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