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Evidence Suggests Planned Parenthood Felonies

Newly revealed documents in the long-running battle over evidence in a criminal case filed against a Kansas Planned Parenthood operation shows that felonies may have been committed in order to avoid misdemeanor paperwork-related charges.

The case was developed by Johnson County District Attorney Phill Kline while he served as the state’s attorney general.

He transferred the evidence to himself when he left the state office and took over in Johnson County, where Planned Parenthood is located.

In a court document made public yesterday, a potential witness in the criminal case against Planned Parenthood indicated Planned Parenthood, instead of admitting to misdemeanor failure to keep required paperwork regarding abortions, may have fabricated the documents instead to respond to a subpoena for the papers.

[http://wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=65638 World Net Daily; ALL Pro-Life Today, 30May08]