... child rapist Robert A. Estrada was captured with the help of abortion clinic medical records that had been subpoenaed as a result of Attorney General Phill Kline’s investigation into criminal wrong-doing at abortion clinics.
In October, 2005, Kline forwarded the abortion clinic medical records obtained from the now defunct Central Women’s Services in Wichita to the Sedgwick County District Attorney’s office. Those records, along with other information provided by an adoption group that had seen one of the girls, resulted in Estrada’s capture the following month.
Estrada is scheduled for sentencing in Sedgwick County on October 4, 2006, at 1:30 PM on nine felony counts of rape and indecent liberties with a child for the sexual abuse of his two step-daughters, which began when they were 11 and 12 years old resulting in four pregnancies, including two abortions. ....
This case is particularly disturbing because the girls’ abuse went unreported for years even though their sexual activity was obvious to adults who came in contact with them – including abortionist Sherman Zaremski* and workers at Central Women’s Services where they obtained abortions. [A National Abortion Federation member clinic by the way. So much for the claims that NAF clinics follow the law. It took a subpoena to uncover the abuse and rape these girls endured. -- ed.] The abortion clinic personnel never reported the suspected rapes to the authorities, as mandated by law, when the girls obtained abortions there even though the girls were younger than fifteen, but instead returned the girls to their abuser where the rapes continued.
Though other abortion facilities in Kansas went to court to keep the records of abused girls a secret, "Central Women’s Services cooperated with the subpoenas resulting in the Estrada convictions and the prosecution of another child rapist in Marshall County, in addition to investigations in three other states."
BTW, OR notes: "*Zaremski was a plaintiff in Aid For Women v. Foulston where he fought to nullify Kansas’ child sex abuse reporting laws earlier this year."