On Monday, February 21, an ethics trial will begin in Topeka, KS, against former Attorney General and Johnson Co. District Attorney Phill Kline. The charges are being brought by the Disciplinary Administrator of the KS Supreme Court .

If you want a short, clear synopsis of this years-old saga, read Jack Cashill’s February 10 piece in the American Thinker. Also see PlannedParenthoodCorruption.org. Also see Kansas Meadowlark, “Background reading to prepare for Kline ethics hearing.”

But I have boiled it down even further to 4 key points:

1. Five of the 7 current Kansas State Supreme Court justices were appointed by pro-abort former Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, now the Secretary of DHHS under Obama. One of the 5, Carol Beier, once worked as an attorney for the pro-abortion National Women’s Law Center.

2. How much does Sebelius love Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry?  She celebrated her May 15, 2007, birthday dancing the conga at a PP fundraiser. (Click graphic, left, to enlarge.) Then there was the party she threw at the governor’s mansion in April 2007 for KS’s 4 late-term abortionists.

3. When serving as Johnson Co. DA in 2007, Kline filed 107 criminal charges, including 23 felonies, against a Johnson Co. PP abortion mill for committing illegal late-term abortions and failing to report minor rapes. Since then 3 lower court judges have found probable cause for this case to move forward. It is still active. Kline was the 1st  US prosecutor – and is still the only one – to file charges against a PP. If these charges stick, federal funding for all PPs will be jeopardized.

4. Nos. 1, 2, and 3 set the stage for a massive attempt by PP and its corrupt political, high court, and media accomplices in KS to squash the investigation of PP that Kline initiated. To that end they are on a vendetta to kill Phill, professionally speaking, by attempting to remove his law license. (His foremost crime? “Anti-abortion beliefs.”) Doing so, they hope, will scare off any other US prosecutors from coming after any nationwide PP, and it will also undermine the current case against PP in KS.