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Phill Kline: Abortion Prosecutor

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You may not be familiar with the name Phill Kline, but he is quickly becoming the stuff of legends.

While in the Kansas legislature, Kline discovered evidence that George Tiller, infamous Kansan abortionist, was performing abortions in violation of Kansas law. When he presented this evidence to Kansas prosecutors and the Kansas attorney general, they refused to prosecute. So, Kline got himself elected as attorney general. Soon thereafter, he filed suit against Planned Parenthood and George Tiller – indicting them on several grounds ranging from simple violations of record-keeping to obstruction of justice.

Pro-abortion groups outside of Kansas then poured millions of dollars to oust Kline from office and put in his place a county prosecutor. In an odd twist of fate, Kline then ran for and secured the office just vacated by the county prosecutor. They switched places. Not only did they switch places, they switched prosecutions. The new attorney general dismissed the indictments Kline had filed. Kline, newly coiffed
in his county prosecutors office, re-indicted Planned Parenthood and George Tiller. The litigation continues today.

Posted below is part 1 in a series of 3 video interviews of Phill Kline by Focus on the Family news video commentary series, “Turn Signal.” Parts 2 and 3 will be posted here as they are made public.

Take the time to watch and listen to this man’s brave legal battle. You will be moved. (Link takes you to video on

A Kansas Attorney Takes on the Abortion Industry (Part 1 of 3)


Written by Jeremy Dys

May 15, 2008 at 2:54 pm

Posted in Life

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