After Video sting Planned Parenthood Fires Employee

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The right response: After a video sting posted on youtube showed a Planned Parenthood manager helping a supposed pimp operate his sex ring of underage girls, the organization has fired that manager. Key quote:

“We were profoundly shocked when we viewed the videotape,” Phyllis Kinsler, chief executive of the agency’s central New Jersey branch, said in a statement. Ms. Kinsler said the tape “depicted an employee of one of our health centers behaving in a repugnant manner that is inconsistent with our standards of care and is completely unacceptable.”

Update: Youtube is threatening to remove the video due to so-called “privacy violations.”

What crap. The only person whose privacy was invaded was the manager who was breaking the law. Such behavior does not deserve protection, and youtube should know better.


One comment

  • LINO

    Personal opinions notwithstanding: when someone is convicted of breaking the law, then they are a lawbreaker. Until they are convicted, they are entitled to the same rights as any other innocent individual—including privacy.

    There is a famous document that outlines these rights and liberties for U.S. citizens. I’ll bet you could find it on the internet.

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