After a two-year fight, Attorney General Phill Kline’s office now has edited copies of the medical records of 90 patients who received abortions, Associated Press reported. His investigators are reviewing the records to determine if any crimes were committed. No doubt the pressure will be on to find something to help justify what critics have called an ideologically motivated fishing expedition. But Pedro Irigonegaray, an attorney for a Planned Parenthood clinic in Overland Park, says the clinics didn’t do anything wrong. “Nothing whatsoever in those records supports the proposition that our clients have violated the law,” he said.
Posted by Phillip Brownlee
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