Monday, July 31, 2006


Grand Jury fails to issue indictments in late-term abortion death of Texas teen.

Wichita, KS - Jul 31, 2006 Sedgwick County District Attorney Nola Foulston has issued a statement indicating that the Grand Jury and concluded its work and failed to indict abortionist George R. Tiller on charges related to the third- trimester abortion death of Christin Gilbert, who died after Tiller aborted her in January, 2005.

Operation Rescue President Troy Newman released the following statement:“We believe the lack of indictment by the Grand Jury is the result of corruption and cronyism at the local and state level. Nola Foulston, is a personal friend of Tiller’s and should never have been involved in the investigation in any way. The Kansas Board of Healing Arts, which earlier cleared Tiller in Christin’s death is beholden to Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, who is in Tiller’s pocket due to massive campaign contributions. We will continue to work to find avenues that are not corrupted by Tiller’s blood money until Christin’s killer is finally brought to justice.”

More to come...

Read Foulston's Press Release

My Comment:
This doesn't surprise me -- Tiller has connections and big bucks which he uses to pay off the right people.

Via Operation Rescue.


GrannyGrump said...

Interesting, isn't it, how Mel Gibson's drunken tirade is generating more outrage than the killing of Christin Gilbert? Have we really come to the point where it's a greater crime to shoot your mouth off than to take somebody's life?

But then, the politically-connected have always gotten away with murder. Just ask Mary Jo Kopechne.

Catholic Fire said...

If you have enough money, you can pay off people and get off scott-free. Many of the politicians and abortionists have been doing it for years. They belong in prison, although you could say that most of them are in a pyschological prison of their own making.