Posted by: adventlife | April 30, 2014

A sad day in America’s legal history

Phil Kline 2

What took place on April 29, 2014 in Kansas was described by Tom Brejcha, the president of the Thomas More Society, as a “a sad day in America’s legal history,” because Phil Kline, an honest former Kansas State prosecutor, was denied the reinstatement of his law license.

What was Kline’s sin? He dared to prosecute the criminal behavior of the notorious late abortionist George Tiller of Wichita, Kansas, who was accused of “violating state abortion law and covering for pedophiles by not reporting pregnancies of underage girls.” The investigation of Planned Parenthood resulted in a 107-count criminal indictment, but unfortunately for Kline, Tiller had some good friends in high office.

One of them was former Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius, who was selected by President Obama to preside over his Affordable Healthcare. Kline was unfairly deprived of his position as State attorney, his files were shredded, and his law license suspended. Kline filed an appeal to the Kansas Supreme Court, but the court refused to hear the case.




  1. Hold on to your hats, there is more sad days ahead.

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