Thursday, November 22, 2007

Massachusetts abortionists covering up for sex abusers

Massachusetts Becomes Latest State With Abortion-Sex Abuse Coverup

In this latest case, a grand jury in Middlesex indicted 51-year-old Steven Infante of New Milford, Connecticut on various charges of rape and assault and battery.

Infante appeared in Middlesex Superior Court on Wednesday and was released after pleading not guilty to the charges.

Prosecutors say Infante had a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl that began at that early age and continued until she was 21. When she turned 17, the girl became pregnant and Infante drove her to a local abortion business, according to court records.

He is also accused of sexually molesting a second teenage girl.


In May, the employee of an abortion facility in Connecticut issued a guilty plea in a case involving the sexual abuse of three teenage girls.

Former modeling agency owner Michael Britt, who worked as a janitor at the abortion center, was accused of sexually assaulting three teenagers from Norwalk who went to his modeling agency.

He took a 14 year-old to the Summit Women's Center abortion facility, where he worked and which was located in the same building as his agency.

The Britt case followed just weeks after another abortion-sexual abuse case prompted observers to wonder why abortion facilities are not contacting authorities about the actions.

Kevon Walker, 22, was charged earlier this month with getting his then 14 year-old girlfriend pregnant. He got the unnamed girl pregnant three times in six months and the girl wound up having three abortions as a result.

However, abortion businesses failed to report the statutory rape to authorities and officials only began investigating Walker's actions when the victim's mother contacted them.


Anonymous said...

I can see how prohibiting abortion could have prevent this cases. They arent obviously thinking about the consequenses.

Christina Dunigan said...

You're entitled to be a smartass if you want to be.

The point isn't necessarily that the perverts won't go after the kids if abortion's not readily available as a cover-up. It's that if they can't quickly and easily get rid of the evidence, they're more likely to get CAUGHT more quickly, thus ending the abuse.

Which abortion facilities are perfectly happy to facilitate.

When I was working at Life Dynamics I took a call from a father wanting to know what he could do about the fact that his 13-year-old daughter's stepfather had gotten her pregnant three times, taking her to Planned Parenthood every time to get her scraped out, and had finally just had them put her on the Pill.

Had Planned Parenthood REPORTED the suspected abuse, that girl would have been spared over a year of additional abuse and two more abortions. But NOOOOO! She's a "woman making a choice" and we "have to respect her privacy!"