I’ve written before that before Lila Rose came Mark Crutcher.
In 2002 Crutcher’s organization, Life Dynamics, conducted a comprehensive sting of every Planned Parenthood and National Abortion Federation clinic in the U.S.
Placing phone calls from Texas, where it is legal for one party to tape conversations without another’s knowledge, an actress portraying a 13-yr-old who had been impregnated by her 22-yr-old “boyfriend” told clinics she needed an abortion to keep her parents from finding out they were sexually involved.
In all, the actress spoke with staff at 813 PP or NAF clinics in all 50 states. Adult sex with underage children is illegal in every state, and PP and NAF clinics are mandated reporters. Yet an appalling 91% of all clinics contacted expressed a willingness to help cover up the statutory rape.
Until yesterday only a select few of those audiotapes had ever been released to the public.
But due to vast public interest in the topic of underage rape cover-up at abortion mills, particularly PPs, has decided to release them all. The home page for access is ChildPredator.com. Get background info at “Understanding the Tapes,” and then have at it with audiotapes and transcripts from PP and NAF abortion mills in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
I asked Mark why the delay in releasing the tapes?
“We released some and not others because I didn’t want them to know everything we had,” Mark told me via telephone. “I was trying to get them to litigate.”
Mark said he called them “every name I could” to get PP and/or NAF to sue for slander, including “illegal nationwide pedophile protection ring.”
Had PP or NAF sued, Mark could have gotten information from and about them through the discovery process. “But they know that and will never sue,” he said. “I’ve finally given up on the the idea.”
As I said, there is damaging, never before heard corroboration that the abortion mill likely in your own backyard is willing to aid and abet pedophiles. So make the most of them.
Homepage for these recordings: ChildPredator.com
Background info: Understanding the Tapes
Binghamton, NY: Audiotape and Transcript
168 WATER ST. FL 2
BINGHAMTON, NY 13901-2769
Vestal, NY: Audiotapes and Transcripts
OFFICES OF DR. AMY COUSINS
149 VESTAL PKWY
VESTAL, NY 13851
SOUTHERN TIER WOMEN’S SERVICES – DR. AMY COUSINS
149 VESTAL PKWY W
VESTAL, NY 13851
Amy Cousins MD is on Facebook. Here is but a small sampling of some of the messages that she has written on the Wall:
Busy week, lots of cookies which we could ill afford, thankful for each other and the wonderful people we meet who need our services. Happy Holidays to all our fans, friends, and families!
Black Friday update: the phones were quiet until 3 pm, then everyone remembered they were pregnant and didn’t want to be! Incredible! Lucky for them we could get them in right away!
Our friend Renee Chelian recently gave testimony to the UN High Commissioner on Human Rights. Abortion providers have put up with a lot when you put it all together. Read her testimony here:
Veteran’s Day: Do people know that military/government insurance does not cover abortion? We see a number of female soldiers, one of which had to return from Iraq to have an abortion. Can you imagine?
There’s an interesting thing going on lately– push back against the anti abortion protesters. Latest: The Dirty Picture Rush Hour Club.
Still a thrill: Dr. Cousins with President Clinton last week.
The hoax of the century: that anti-abortion movement cares a whit about life! Great post by Charlotte Taft, Abortion Care Network!
You gotta love this story: strippers turn the tables on fundamentalist church in Ohio. The pious church goers from New Beginnings have been picketing and harassing patrons at the Fox Hole strip club, so they decided to picket Sunday services.
Last week we had a patient who told us as she left, “Thank you for giving me back my life.” We hardly ever hear that kind of clarity. Thank YOU!
OK, let’s back up on these prayers! The anti-abortion nuts are targeting clinics with their 40 days for life picketing and harassment. So our greatest supporter, Rev. Becky Turner has created 40 COUNTER prayers that we can really get behind and we can use to irritate the picketers. Does that clear things up??? Day 31 of our PROCHOICE wishes/prayers: “Today we pray for all discrimination against women to cease.”
Day 23 of “40 Days of Prayer to Keep Abortion Safe and Legal: Today we give thanks for the strong women in our lives who have given us examples of good decision-making.” Faith Aloud Thanks to Rev. Rebecca Turner for these positive prayers instead of Operation Rescue’s hate filled prayers.
Day 28: Today we pray for the women who travel hundreds of miles to get an abortion. May their determination be rewarded with spiritual strength. Yes!! we are honored that women choose to travel hours to get to us; they think it’s worth the drive and we agree!
This is one that all of us can get behind: Day 33: Today we offer a prayer of remembrance for abortion providers who lost their lives because of their commitment to women. George Tiller who was murdered IN HIS CHURCH May 31 2009, was a friend and mentor. Pro life assasin Scott Roeder was responsible. How’s that for an oxymoron!
Dr. Amy Cousins also offers patients a brief Reiki treatment or homeopathic medicine for anxiety and also corn bags for cramp relief.
We realize that there are many ways to relieve stress besides the sedatives and pain medications we offer. Some patients have gotten amazing results after a brief session with Laureen, a Reiki master on our staff. We also have on hand some homeopathic medicines that are known to be helpful. And, one of our staff is making corn bags which you can heat up in the microwave and provide a comforting heat that relieves cramps. Ask about these options when you call!
From Women of Grace:
JS writes: “I have a question regarding REIKI, I have a Catholic friend who thinks it is just wonderful and pratices it on his music students. Could you please give me some information about this new age practice.”
Reiki is an alternative healing method based on the pantheistic belief in a universal healing energy that permeates the universe.
Practitioners believe they can channel this energy into others in order to enhance their life force. While serving as a kind of “channel,” the practitioner holds their hands a few inches above various parts of the body for several minutes, supposedly allowing the patient to draw in whatever energy is needed from the universe. [...]
But for the discerning Christian, nothing is more problematic than the process through which a person must pass in order to become a Reiki Master.
Before practicing Reiki, a person must be “attuned”, which is a ritual during which the teacher activates the universal energy within the student. According to the Usui and Seichem Reiki Training Manual, “the Reiki attunement is a sacred spiritual initiation that connects the initiate with higher levels of consciousness and permanently connects the initiate to the Reiki source” (which is unnamed), and that “the attunement is also attended by ‘Reiki Guides’ and other ‘Spiritual Beings’ who help implement the process.’”
There are three degrees of Reiki and it is generally in the second degree that students are taught the use of “sacred symbols” or “signs” which are made on or over various parts of the body to open up or attune so-called psychic energy centers. The use of “spirit guides” usually enters the picture during this stage of initiation. Students are taught the use of mantras, which are verbal formulas or phrases, usually in Sanskrit. Some practitioners have disclosed that the mantras used in their Reiki practice are occult names and/or names of spirits received from Indian gurus and psychic channelers. The person repeats the mantra to invoke the presence of a particular divinity or spirit, which is a direct violation of the First Commandment.
The third degree of Reiki is for those who wish to become Masters. During this attunement, the student is given the “master symbol”, after which time they can “attune” others to Reiki.
Persons receiving Reiki treatment are also exposing themselves to occult forces depending on the practitioner’s background, their level of initiation, use of mantras and symbols and whatever spirits they may be channeling.
Grave Spiritual Dangers
Aside from the obvious dangers of associating with spiritual entities of unknown origins, Reiki also promotes the pantheistic belief that God is a universal life force. [...]
“The New Age god is an impersonal energy . . . god in this sense is the life-force or soul of the world. This is very different from the Christian understanding of God as the maker of heaven and earth and the source of all personal life. God is in himself personal, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit . . .”
In an effort to “Christianize” this pagan practice, some Reiki practitioners assert that the universal life force they are channeling is actually the Holy Spirit; however, this is a specious argument.
“Nowhere does Scripture teach us to ‘channel energy’ in the way characteristic of Reiki,” writes Father Gareth Leyshon, a Cardiff-trained astro-physicist. “And in fact, presuming that God will assist in a way which He has not revealed to be His will constitutes the sin of ‘tempting God.’”