By Cheryl Sullenger
St. Louis, MO - Is Planned Parenthood above the law? Developments in Missouri may finally answer that question and in the process could help tear away the veil of secrecy under which Planned Parenthood currently operates.
The Missouri Senate Interim Committee on the Sanctity of Life, headed up by Committee Chairman Sen. Kurt Schaefer, is recommending contempt charges against Mary Kogut, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region and Southwest Missouri, and James Miller, owner of Pathology Services, Inc., which issues pathology reports for all abortions done at Planned Parenthood's St. Louis abortion facility.
Kogut and Miller were issued subpoenas for documents by the Committee in November, but a defiant Planned Parenthood announced that they would not comply. By the subpoena deadline, neither Kogut nor Miller appeared before the committee or produced any documents.
"I guess there's something they don't want us to find out," Schaefer stated earlier when Planned Parenthood announced their intention not to comply with the subpoena.
Continue reading to find out what kind of sanctions Planned Parenthood faces!