Philadelphia abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell was found guilty today of first degree murder in three of four infant deaths. Gosnell was also convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of a female patient who was given a lethal dose of sedatives and pain killers in 2009. Gosnell, 72, could face the death penalty. Earlier today, on their [...]
Nineteen Representatives stood up Friday April 26 not only to bring Kermit Gosnell to the attention of Congress but to once again address the deeper issues surrounding the demand for abortion. Rep. James Lankford from Oklahoma recited the defense attorney’s stance that the children would have died anyway, so snipping their spines should not count [...]
Listen to our nationwide webcast (aired Feb. 15, 2011) which gives a complete overview of the efforts of the anti-life forces in Kansas, and their attempt to take down the only prosecuter who has ever brought criminal charges against Planned Parenthood.
On Monday, February 21, there will be a hearing held before the Ethics Committee in Topeka, Kansas. At the direction of the Kansas Supreme Court, Disciplinary Administrator Stanton Hazlett has targeted Former Attorney General Phill Kline.
Their goal: to humiliate and discipline the only prosecutor in our nation’s history who criminally charged Planned Parenthood by removing his license and framing him with wrongdoing.
Their problem: They are trying to do this to an innocent man.
Three separate entities were asked by the Kansas Supreme Court and the Disciplinary Board to review allegations of misconduct against Phill Kline. On all three occasions the findings concluded there was no evidence of wrongdoing. These reports can be viewed below:
- The Judge King Full Report (or read excerpts)
- Judge Owens Opinion (or read excerpts)
- DeFries & Murdock 21 page Investigative Report
Did the Kansas Office of Disciplinary Administrator lift most of their complaint directly from a previous motion filed by late-term abortionist, George Tiller?
This comparison document reveals the politically charged motivation of the disciplinary board. It shows the obvious parallels between Dr. Tiller’s motion (Sept. 15, 2009) and the latest complaints filed by the Kansas Disciplinary Administrator (Jan. 19, 2010).