Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Killer Tiller's new lapdog keeps watch over his butcher shop

Guest Post: John Francis Borra

George Tiller's New AG: On Guard at the Butcher Shop

In what clearly was an eleventh-hour effort to derail a grand jury investigation of George Tiller's infamous Women's Health Care Services in Wichita, newly appointed Attorney General Stephen Six filed a motion with the Kansas Supreme Court to throw out a subpoena for records of sixty late-term abortions.
"This is an overt attempt by Six to deny evidence to a legally convened grand jury and an effort to protect an abortionist from further prosecution. Six is acting more like a member of Tiller's criminal defense team than the state's chief law enforcement officer," said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.

Six's attempt to quash further investigation comes as no surprise to those familiar with Kansas politics. He is but the latest in a long line of officeholders-- from small-claims court in Wichita to the legislature and Supreme Court in Topeka-- who've taken extraordinary measures to ensure that Tiller remains untouchable. Having amassed a fortune by duping young mothers and killing their children, Tiller is
proof that almost any legislator, prosecutor, policeman or judge can be had. Such was the case with Kansas' previous AG, who was forced to resign after his sexual harassment of subordinates and attempts to subvert investigation of a Planned Parenthood slaughterhouse cost him public support. True to form, Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, whose own career has been financed by Tiller and other baby-butchers, filled the void with a likeminded lackey.

For more on widespread corruption in Kansas, see
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