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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

'Hostage' Teen Texts for Help in Nightmare 'Forced Abortion'


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WND: Bob Unruh

Police were summoned to a Wichita, Kansas, abortion business when a teen texted her mom that her father, estranged from her mother, had taken her from her school to the clinic for an abortion she didn’t want.

However, the clinic manager refused police officers access to the student, or even to confirm whether she was there, so it’s unclear whether the abortion was forced on the girl or not.

The horrific circumstances have been documented by officials with Operation Rescue, a cutting edge pro-life organization that once bought a building that had been used for an abortion business and turned it into a pro-life center.

OR spokeswoman Cheryl Sullenger explained that the documentation of the “desperate 9-1-1 call” from the student’s mother is disturbing.

She reported, “According to the 9-1-1 recording and redacted police report, the girl’s mother called for help when she began receiving text messages from her daughter during normal school hours. The teen told her mom that she was being held against her will at the abortion clinic.

“The teen was frightened when she was taken out of school by her father and grandmother, neither of which had legal custody of her at the time of the incident, according to the mother and the girl’s aunt, who also spoke with the 9-1-1 dispatcher. The girl told her aunt via text messages that she didn’t know where she was being taken until she arrived at the abortion clinic where her father had made an abortion appointment for her at 4:00 p.m. She continued to text her mom and her aunt that she wasn’t being given enough information by clinic staff and did not want to be there.”

Story continues: http://www.wnd.com/2015/12/

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