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Witch Hunting in Kansas: Anti-Abortion Pols Pile on to Attack Doctor Who Aided Tiller in Keeping Abortion Available

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Then former Kansas AG Phill Kline had his agents sequester in Topeka my sweetheart Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus, who was deceived into presenting unredacted patient files (under a false promise of confidentiality) and who was simultaneously placed under a gag order with the threat of immediate imprisonment if she disclosed Kline's draconian methods in obtaining her
confidential patient medical files, which were literally ripped from her hands in his star chamber.

Months later, in an emergency meeting held in a Johnson County megachurch, after AG Phill Kline had failed to win re-election, he was appointed by members of the Kansas Republican Party to be Johnson County district attorney, in which post he continued filing charges against Planned Parenthood, located in Overland Park, Ks.

Meanwhile his successor as state attorney general, Paul Morrison, a Republican - turned - Democrat, had agents in Topeka and Wichita use the seized records from Dr. Neuhaus
against Dr. George Tiller in one of the most outrageous criminal trials to take place in Kansas history.

The trial had Dr. Neuhaus declared by the state to be a "hostile witness," which led to a quick decision by the jury in finding Dr. Tiller not guilty in less than one hour. However the course of that failed show trial led another zealot, Scott Roeder, who sat next to Operation Rescue leader Troy Newman through the length of the proceedings, two months later to shoot Tiller to death in his church.

Former AG Phill Kline scandalized the clinics and the doctors, terrorizing the patients who came for treatment (and were cured), threatened and coerced staff and doctors with meaningless queries into the patients' identities, and then had his poorly organized agents playfully throw around the medical records from Kinko's in Johnson County, later storing them in unsecured storage bins in cars, unattended garages and on their own dining tables.

His demagoguery, publicity stunts and "pro-life" movement cronyism is a fitting example of just how low these hypocritical creeps will stoop to destroy people's lives.

None of the people in this backward religious cult movement deserve the Kansas public's approval, or support. My sweetheart of over 27 years, Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus, a member of our family, did not deserve his violation of her civil rights and his continued persecutions. He and his idiotic, sanctimonious followers and supporters represent most of what is "the matter with Kansas."

Nothing Kline and his fellow Kansans have done, or will do in the future, can refute the reality that over ten thousand women had a second chance at controlling their biological lives, and not one of them complained about the healing work Dr. Neuhaus courageously did for them.

It took Kline and a convicted clinic bomber to bring her down, and a bullet from one of their acolytes to kill Dr. Tiller. His rabid minions, including Gov. Sam Brownback, are all in this together, no matter what blustering nonsense their agents' press releases pump out to the compliant news media.

Dr.Neuhaus, the sole surviving doctor in Kansas among those who worked closely with Dr. George Tiller for over a decade last July, was stripped of her state medical license in a politically motivated attack by Brownback political appointees of the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts (KSBHA).

KSBHA agents flew in from Georgetown University a psychiatrist, who stated under oath that she could not imagine a mental health condition that would warrant an abortion, under any circumstances. This purported "expert witness" cost the Kansas taxpayers over $70,000 to arrive at this opinion, which strangely anticipated failed Missouri Republican senate candidate Todd Akin's notorious "legitimate" rape election campaign assertion.

Now zombies of the "pro-life" movement on the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts, which licenses the state's medical professionals, will be attempting this Friday, 16 Nov. 2012 to thwart justice yet again by trying to force Dr. Kris Neuhaus to pay $93,000 in court "costs," even before Shawnee County District Court Judge Theis can adjudicate her attorney's opening briefs.

Present day Kansas regulations of abortion clinics mandate the exact square footage the janitor's closet must have, among many other restrictions, but perhaps the most hysterical was passed by Gov. Brownback and his state lawmakers last year . It protected the "religious freedoms" of pharmacists, nurses and physicians, giving them the "right" to deny reproductive health care to anybody.

No money, no justice, no peace ... and damn little responsible journalism in Kansas.

Welcome to Brownbackistan!

Michael Caddell
Radio Free Kansas
17127 Osage Rd.
Nortonville, KS. 66060

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