PLANNED PARENTHOOD & NAF EMPLOYEES
Planned Parenthood & the National Abortion Federation
Evidence of this specific criminal activity was obtained during a recent LDI undercover investigation wherein a series of calls were placed to every Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation facility in country. The calls provided proof that over ninety percent of the time the employees that work at these facilities agreed to cover up the crime of statutory rape and failed to comply with the laws that require the mandatory reporting of this abuse to child protective services or law enforcement.
are helping adult men to sexually exploit underage girls
by failing to report evidence of abuse as required by law
Please be aware that if your employer asks you to cover up an instance of statutory rape or asks you to destroy documents related to any unreported case of child abuse, you could be guilty of facilitating a felony and/or obstruction of justice.
Moreover, Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation employees aren't the only ones that have to be worried. Evidence was obtained from other abortion facilities and family planning service providers also, which shows that a failure-to-report-rate of over ninety-percent is common throughout the abortion/birth control industry. This evidence is being made available to law enforcement officials around the country and many states are beginning to take a hard look at these crimes.
Beware of policies or procedures that are designed to avoid the mandatory child abuse reporting laws in your state. You might end up individually criminally liable. Furthermore, you could also expose yourself to a civil lawsuit by the victim, a parent of the victim, or a future victim - who would not have become a victim if the mandatory reporting law had been complied with, so the state could arrest the perpetrator.
Encouraging or concealing statutory rape is facilitating a felony. Clinic workers are not allowed to use their discretion as to which cases should be reported and which ones should not. The law requires all such cases to be reported to the designated state agency. After that, it becomes the job of that agency to determine the facts of the case and to decide who will be prosecuted and who will not.
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