December 22, 2014

May 20, 2013


Pre-teen Pedophile Victim Forced by Rapist to Get Abortion at Planned Parenthood

Remember - your tax dollars go to support this.

An Everson man who impregnated a preteen girl and forced her to have an abortion must serve a six-year prison sentence, then leave the country.Luis Gonzalez-Jose, 31, raped the girl at a home in rural Whatcom County while her mother was in the shower, according to charging documents filed in Whatcom County Superior Court.

How comfortable are you that this man will actually be deported?

Immigration and Customs Enforcement will ensure that Gonzalez-Jose is deported upon his release. For now, he’s locked up at the Washington Corrections Center in Shelton.

Yet another example of how far down the rabbit hole we have gone.  Did you ever think a PRE-teen girl could walk into a tax payer supported clinic and get an abortion without so much as parental consent?  Did you ever think you had reason to wonder if our government would really deport a pedophile or if they actually did, that they could keep him from coming back?


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I suspect that the pedophile pawned himself off to the staff as the ‘parent’, and the staff didn’t ask for any further supporting documentation.

I also suspect that if asked, the answer you would get is “there’s nothing that requires it”.

[1] Posted by Reformed Catholic on 5-20-2013 at 11:45 AM · [top]

If Planned Parenthood performed an abortion on a pre-teen girl they obviously had evidence that a pre-teen girl had been abused so it would be expected that they would report the child abuse to the appropriate child protection services so that the abuse could be investigated and subsequent abuse could be prevented.
If Planned Parenthood did not report this abuse, it seems to me that they might be liable for covering up or aiding the abuse of a minor.

[2] Posted by Betty See on 5-20-2013 at 12:20 PM · [top]

The failures of the criminal justice system are long-standing and systemic.

[3] Posted by Words Matter on 5-20-2013 at 12:36 PM · [top]

Failures with respect to sexual abuse of women and children, I meant to say.

[4] Posted by Words Matter on 5-20-2013 at 12:38 PM · [top]

If it is a preteen girl it it is automatically rape under the laws of virtually every state, because there can be no consent.  There are serious criminal and civil penalties for not reporting child sex abuse to the police and child welfare agencies.  (For example, as attorneys we tell schools they must instantly report any teacher that is found to be engaging in a sexual situation with a student to the police or is found to be viewing pornographic materials portraying children under 18, or the school could face criminal and civil prosecution.)  Obviously, there were some criminal laws broken here by the abortionist PP.  Interesting there is nothing about anyone being arrested and prosecuted at PP for failure to report.

[5] Posted by Jim the Puritan on 5-20-2013 at 02:25 PM · [top]

Sickening…

And those that try to further the cause of abortion will SWEEP ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING under the rug.

Gosnell is now in the pokey for life.  And apparantly there are many others that have a similiar “House of Horrors” available for late-term abortions.

Humanity - checked at the door.

[6] Posted by B. Hunter on 5-20-2013 at 05:09 PM · [top]

Age of concent in WA is 16.  Perpetrator was 31.  He should be in a heap of trouble.

[7] Posted by Northwest Bob on 5-20-2013 at 05:23 PM · [top]

Well, I’m sure he also faces a charge of statutory rape in any case, and if it were committed in California, he’d be facing six years in prison, which in my opinion is nowhere near long enough.  I’m sure the penalty in Washington is similar.

[8] Posted by cennydd13 on 5-20-2013 at 05:31 PM · [top]

Here, just as an example, is the law in Texas regarding PP’s obligation to have reported or face criminal prosecution:

https://www.oag.state.tx.us/victims/childabuse.shtml

Your legal obligation

When You Suspect Child Abuse or Neglect:
A General Guide

We all have the responsibility to protect our children from harm. If you suspect the abuse or neglect of a child, it is your duty to report it immediately.

Anyone having cause to believe that a child’s physical or mental health or welfare has been or may be adversely affected by abuse or neglect MUST report the case immediately to a state or local law enforcement agency or the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS).

Current law (Texas Family Code, Chapter 261, 261.101) requires that professionals such as teachers, doctors, nurses, or child daycare workers must make a verbal report within 48 hours. Failure to report suspected child abuse or neglect is a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment of up to 180 days and/or a fine of up to $2,000 (Texas Family Code, Chapter 261).

Reporting suspected child abuse to your principal, school counselor or superintendent will NOT satisfy your obligation under this law. Local school district policy cannot conflict with or supercede the state law requiring you to report child abuse to a law enforcement agency or DFPS.

* * *

Warning signs of abuse:

* * *

Suspect sexual abuse when you see…

  Physical signs of sexually-transmitted diseases
  Evidence of injury to the genital area
  Difficulty in sitting or walking
  Frequent expressions of sexual activity between adults and children
  Pregnancy in a young girl
  Extreme fear of being alone with adults, especially if of a particular gender
  Sexually suggestive, inappropriate or promiscuous behavior
  Knowledge about sexual relations beyond what is appropriate for the child’s age
  Sexual victimization of other children

[9] Posted by Jim the Puritan on 5-20-2013 at 05:51 PM · [top]

Here in California, teachers, principals, school administrators, doctors, nurses, healthcare technicians, dentists, and police officers are required to report suspected statutory rape cases to the district attorney’s office immediately. and there is no statute of limitations for that crime.  In addition, any person convicted of statutory rape is required to register permanently as a sex offender in addition to serving time in prison.

[10] Posted by cennydd13 on 5-20-2013 at 09:20 PM · [top]

And I wouldn’t be surprised if clergy are required to do so as well.

[11] Posted by cennydd13 on 5-20-2013 at 09:21 PM · [top]

Even school custodians must report. I did that myself once.

[12] Posted by helpmelord on 5-20-2013 at 10:55 PM · [top]

And one more thing:  Even if the girl doesn’t report it, the others that I mentioned are required to do so.

[13] Posted by cennydd13 on 5-22-2013 at 10:35 AM · [top]

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