Judge finds probable cause for counts citing illegal abortions


Posted: October 17, 2007
6:44 p.m. Eastern





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A
107-count criminal complaint has been filed against a Planned
Parenthood operation in Kansas, alleging its operators not only failed
to diagnose required conditions for late-term abortions but also
performed illegal abortions and provided false information about them.

“Yippie,” said Cheryl Sullenger, a spokeswoman for the nearby Wichita-based Operation Rescue. “This is what we’ve been saying all along, that
they’ve been breaking the law.”

The
complaint was filed by Johnson County District Attorney Phill Kline,
who said in a prepared statement that he would not be commenting on the
case against the Olathe business.

But the statement noted that the counts against Comprehensive Health of Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri were reviewed by Johnson County District Judge James Vano, who found probable cause on each count.

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