Operation Rescue: Tiller’s Criminal Abortions Subject of Legislative Hearings
Topeka, KS – A special committee of the Kansas Legislature will begin hearing testimony Friday concerning late-term abortions and how they are reported, focusing on the lack of enforcement of the Kansas post-viability abortion ban.
OR President Troy Newman’s comments:
“We know that the Tiller acolytes and other abortion supporters will be up there attempting to convince the committee to dump the law or weaken it to the point of irrelevancy.”
“We plan to be present at every day of the hearings to represent the interests of innocent viable babies who are at risk because the laws are not being properly enforced,” said Newman. “Because lives are at stake, we cannot allow disinformation from the abortion cartel go unchallenged.”
“The Kansas law banning abortions after 21 weeks is very clear and has been Constitutionally tested. Tiller is violating this law while agencies that are supposed to be enforcing the law are looking the other way. Because women are coming from every state in the U.S. to abort their babies at Tiller’s late-term mill in Wichita, this has become a national problem and a disgrace on the State of Kansas,” said Newman. “We pray that these hearings will prompt proper enforcement of existing Kansas law and get these illegal abortionists out of business for good.”
[Read the entire OR post here.]
Let’s continue to pray that justice be served through these hearings and that Tiller will not be let off scott-free again for his criminal activity.