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"Plan B" ruling enables sexual abuse of teens

By Scott Tibbs, April 12, 2013

In three cases in Indiana this year, police caught a 39-year-old man and a 46-year-old man using "sextortion" tactics to get minors as young as 14 to perform sex acts via webcam, and a 41-year-old man was robbed by a 16-year-old girl and her friends when he met the girl for sex after meeting her on Facebook. It was a national scandal in the 1990's when a study revealed that a large percentage of teenage pregnancies were caused by adult men in their 20's and 30's.

This is why it is so disturbing that "Judge" Edward Korman legislated from the bench last week, overruling the Obama Administration's regulation that "Plan B" could not be sold over-the-counter to teenage girls under the age of 17 - in addition to pre-teen girls as young as 11 years old.

What we have here is a "judge" who is actually a lawless rebel. With this ruling, he is enabling and encouraging the sexual exploitation of not only teenage girls, but of pre-teens as young as eleven years old. He dismisses these concerns by saying that the number of pre-teen girls buying "Plan B" over the counter is likely to be small, but sexual contact with an eleven year old is a felony in every state in the nation.

"This case is not about the potential misuse of Plan B by 11-year-olds," the judge wrote. "These emergency contraceptives would be among the safest drugs sold over-the-counter," he noted, and "the number of 11-year-olds using these drugs is likely to be minuscule."

Source: Los Angeles Times

Thanks to this so-called "judge," men committing felony child abuse can legally have her purchase birth control to cover up the results of his abuse. This will make protecting young girls from sexual predators more difficult.

The other dangerous aspect of this lawless rebel's ruling is it is part of a larger movement to legalize pedophilia. It may be confined to the fringe for now, but it does exist and we need to be very careful. In a few decades, we parents may look back and wonder why it is we cannot protect our children from sexual predators under the law because they have a "right" to engage in sexual activity - meaning they have a "right" to be sexually exploited and abused.

The plethora of stories about teen boys having sex with attractive teachers in their twenties have already broken down moral opposition on some level, and there are whispers that the rape of two thirteen year old girls by adult men in Torrington, Connecticut was a "victimless crime" because the girls allegedly "consented" to the sex.

We should not forget another disturbing aspect to this lawless ruling - the fact that many more babies made in the image of God will be murdered through chemical means. Even the makers of "Plan B" admit that it can work to prevent implantation of a newly-created human being:

It is possible that Plan B One-Step® may also work by preventing fertilization of an egg (the uniting of the sperm with the egg) or by preventing attachment (implantation) to the uterus (womb).

Source: http://www.planbonestep.com/faqs.aspx

In a sane world, "Judge" Edward Korman would be arrested and prosecuted for being an accessory to child molestation. His crimes against children are more severe than anything done to cover up the damnable crimes of Jerry Sandusky by Penn State so-called "University," because Korman has enabled child rapists nationwide to use abortifacient drugs to cover up their crimes. What can we do to free ourselves of this judicial tyranny?