A Kansas district judge Monday postponed a pre-trial hearing in the stateâ€™s criminal case against Planned Parenthood after prosecutors revealed in court filings that Kansas health officials shredded documents related to felony charges the abortion giant faces.
In 2005, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment was under the direction of Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, a pro-abortion Democrat who now serves as secretary of Health and Human Services in the Obama administration.
Prosecutors have until Nov. 9 to gather other evidence that proves that Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri manufactured the records of clients who had late-term abortions. The abortion provider faces 23 â€śfalse writingâ€ť felony charges, and the documents were evidence central to the prosecutorsâ€™ case. In filings last week, prosecutors said that the state health department had recently revealed to them that it had...
Ah, are neighbors just to the south of us, live in interesting times. If some laws weren't broken in not keeping and handling of records, then there should be some new laws adopted in the "Sunflower" state.