Sunday, April 23, 2006

Can anybody substantiate this?

Taking things too far.

Supposedly there's a prolife center right next door to a Planned Parenthood that lures the hapless, pitiful, vulnerable women in:

1. They take all the woman's information.
2. They set up an "appointment" for her, directing her to show up at the real PP.
3. When she gets there the cops are waiting.

As if in any lifetime a CPC would instruct a woman or girl to walk into a Planned Parenthood or any other abortion facility!

Where did this story get started? Is there any underlying truth to it? (Like the Becky Bell story did have a pregnant teenager who died while keeping the pregnancy secret from her parents, but built a false edifice of a coathanger abortion on top of this foundation of reality.) Or is it just made from whole cloth?

If there's any truth to it, the CPC needs to be shut down for lying to patients, breaking confidentiality, not to mention for instructing somebody to go to an abortion clinic for any reason other than to pick up their medical records for a lawsuit. But this just defies belief, like hearing that PETA activists were instructing people to go to Outback and order a steak.

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