Planned Parenthood Fails to Report Rape of Teenage Girl; Man Goes On to Rape 18 Other Girls


Planned Parenthood abortion clinics have come under fire countless times over the years for not reporting cases of statutory rape to authorities as required by state law. Now, in Arizona, officials says the abortion giant failed again to provide the proper report to authorities about a victim of a young man who is a serial rapist.

Not only did Planned Parenthood intentionally fail to report the rape but, in so doing, it allowed the rapist to rape as many as 18 or more teenage girls, authorities say, making it so the abortion company is partially responsible for victimizing them as well.

According to the Case Grande Dispatch:

Documents obtained from the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office allege a counselor at a health clinic intentionally withheld information about an alleged rape from law enforcement personnel, months before others came forward to stop a Poston Butte High School student from attacking more teenagers.

Tyler Kost, 18, is accused of raping or molesting at least 18 girls, most of them fellow classmates at Poston Butte High School. He is being held without bond in the Pinal County jail.

In forensic interviews with Sheriff’s Office sex crime detectives, a girl who says she became pregnant after Kost raped her last year visited a Planned Parenthood clinic with her mother on New Year’s Eve. According to the report, her mom told the staffer about the sexual assault during the visit.

“The counselor intentionally miscoded the assault as a consensual encounter,” the PCSO report states. “The counselor told them that they did not want the hassle of having to report the assault to law enforcement as they were a mandatory reporter.”

That’s a violation of Arizona law, which requires all suspected sexual abuse incidents be reported to law enforcement.

Naturally, Planned Parenthood denies it did anything wrong, according to an official statement the abortion business released.

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SOURCE: Steven Ertelt

One comment

  1. The problem with requiring any health care provider to report rape is that, in many times, the client doesn’t want to have it reported. People who are experiencing post traumatic stress don’t want to deal with law enforcement and it is perfectly understandable that a counselor would then not want to report it, either. The client should be able to make that decision – people who are raped and don’t see Planned Parenthood, etc. don’t report rapes – it’s just the way it is. The reality is, most rapes aren’t reported – period. The law/court system is meant for men to deal with murder and theft and fails miserably when it comes to dealing with rape – the victim always comes under intense scrutiny over very private matters. Forcing anyone working at a doctors office or Planned Parenthood to report these things when the client doesn’t want it to be reported is un-ethical. Whoever wrote this seems to think that rapes could have been prevented if the invasive law was acted upon, but there is no evidence of that. Rape is not handled well in Arizona and the rapist would probably have been set free to do more harm regardless of whether anyone reported it. This is just propaganda against Planned Parenthood from those who want to see services to young women ended. The law is just another thinly veiled conservative effort, that looks beneficial on the veneer surface, to put Planned Parenthood out of business.

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