21-year-old UCLA student Lila Rose is president of Live Action films, which previously uncovered staff at Planned Parenthood turning a deaf ear to statutory rape.
UPDATE, Dec. 18: Yesterday in San Jose, California, Rose was struck by a Planned Parenthood clinic escort. She says she was not injured by the attack but will press for charges of assault and battery, adding, “I was concerned at the time that he would attack somebody more violently, and more so next time.”
Lila Rose will address KFL guests at free banquets in Overland Park Feb.11, and Wichita Feb.12. Live Action unveiled a new undercover video on YouTube, which captures a Madison, Wisconsin Planned Parenthood abortionist lying to two young women about fetal development.
These video stings are especially pertinent in Kansas, home of the first ever criminal case against Planned Parenthood, which remains open, pending a ridiculously stalled ruling by the state Supreme Court.
Also, relevant to this video is the late-term abortion bill vetoed by Gov. Sebelius as she left to head HHS. Planned Parenthood went ballistic about one line (Section 5 (b) 5) in that bill which would have required the abortion clinic to inform the woman that “abortion will terminate the life of a whole, separate, unique, living human being.”
That statement is already part of the informed consent law in South Dakota. Planned Parenthood lost its challenge of it there, after arguing it was medically inaccurate, torturous to hear for rape victims seeking abortion, and an infringement of the free speech rights of the abortionist!
Today’s undercover series (featuring an abortionist telling a client “it’s not a baby”) is named in honor of a woman, Rose Acuna, who sued her abortionist, Sheldon Turkish, for lying to her when she asked about her unborn child. “Don’t be stupid, it’s only blood,” he said. At trial, he testified, “a seven-week pregnancy is not a human being.” The lawsuit was eventually dismissed by New Jersey Superior Court Judge Amy Chambers, who ruled in November 2003 that informed consent did not extend to answering a patient’s question about whether she was about to terminate the life of a living human being.
Such rulings encourage the nation’s top abortion business, Planned Parenthood, to say whatever they can get away with— which only adds importance to the work of Lila Rose and Live Action films.