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A new video released by the same people who caught Planned Parenthood businesses in Indiana ignoring an apparent case of statutory rape in their rush to offer a juvenile an abortion now have released a video about the Margaret Sanger Center in Tucson, Ariz., where a nurse apparently has done the same thing.

An undercover pro-life activist who visited the Tucson Planned Parenthood business, explaining she was 15 and her boyfriend was 27, was told how to go to court to obtain an abortion without having her parents notified, and was encouraged not to have her 27-year-old “boyfriend” along when she appeared in court.

The video was posted on YouTube by Live Action Films, which had posted videos earlier revealing the results of its undercover investigations in Indiana.

The video also has been embedded here:

A spokeswoman for the Planned Parenthood business in Tucson told WND officials “are aware” of the film.

“Currently, we’re looking into it. We do take this very seriously,” said spokeswoman Jo Nestor.

The video from Live Action Films explained that in Arizona, sex between an adult and a 15-year-old is a felony, and “if an adult-child sexual relationship is revealed, law enforcement must be contacted immediately.”

The video reveals how an undercover activist goes into the clinic, identifies herself as Lizzie and provides an age of 15. Her “boyfriend’s” age of 27 also is revealed.

The Planned Parenthood worker, whose identity was not immediately revealed, started describing abortion procedures and costs.

The worker promised to give the “patient” the “paperwork” to take to court to obtain a judicial bypass on a parental notification requirement.

She also suggested, “when you go in to see the judge that you dress up nicely, you know, you want to look mature… I am not saying like a grown women, like an old woman, but, you know, just mature that you know what you are getting into.”


Lila Rose

The age of the boyfriend again was raised.

“Is he not a minor?” the Planned Parenthood nurse, who identifies herself as Araceli, asks. When UCLA student Lila Rose, in her undercover role, says, “He’s 27,” the nurse urges the girls not to bring him to the hearing: “I wouldn’t take him with me, no. I mean: don’t take him.”

The hidden-camera footage results are the work of Rose and her friend, Jackie Stoller.

The two also were integral in obtaining statements from two Planned Parenthood businesses in Indiana that involved similar suspected illegal activity.

The video is the third to be released in a national undercover probe called the “Mona Lisa Project.”

It focuses on Planned Parenthood workers’ response to reports of statutory rape.

In the cases released to date, Planned Parenthood clinics hide the identity of the statutory rapist and offer secret abortions.

“These videos demonstrate that Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, is entrenched in an organization-wide policy of circumventing state law and covering up the sexual abuse of young girls,” said Rose, Live Action’s president.

In the Indiana cases, both clinics either suspended or fired employees, and state prosecutors have begun investigating, Live Action officials said.

“Our footage gives the Arizona public and law enforcement a rare window into Planned Parenthood’s ruthless abortion-first ideology,” Rose stated. “With abortion as their first and only solution for the abuse victim, Planned Parenthood assists sexual predators by violating the very Arizona state laws that protect children.”

The Sanger Center in Tucson is named after Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, who, according to Answers.com, once suggested Congress set up a “Parliament of Population” whose goal would be “to raise the level and increase the general intelligence of population.”

The webside source said when Germany adopted the principles of eugenics to create a “master race,” Sanger failed to denounce the Nazi tactics. In a letter, she wrote, “The campaign for birth control is not merely of eugenic value, but is practically identical with the final aims of eugenics….”

She included among her beliefs that there are instances when there should be forced prevention of child-bearing.

“The undeniably feeble-minded should, indeed, not only be discouraged but prevented from propagating their kind,” she said, according to the website.

WND previously reported on the earlier videos, which remain available at Live Action Films.

One case revealed a staff member for Planned Parenthood counseling a “pregnant 13-year-old” to avoid mandatory statutory rape reporting laws by suggesting the patient look into the states that surround Indiana.

Another showed a “nurse” ignoring the apparent felony of a young teen pregnant by a 31-year-old and coached the “patient” to protect the assailant.

Rose, who has been honored for her pro-life work, also recently was named the 2008 Person of the Year by Operation Rescue.

“Lila Rose exemplifies the new wave of pro-life activism and best reflects
Operation Rescue’s own efforts to expose illegal conduct in our nation’s
abortion mills,” Operation Rescue President Troy Newman said.

 


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