Travesty: Panel recommends suspension of Phill Kline’s law license

Read backstory here and here.

This is a travesty.

Even as an associate of abortionist George Tiller faces disciplinary action for violating Kansas law, and even as Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri stands accused of 107 criminal charges, both of these the end result of an investigation launched by former Attorney General Phill Kline, the Kansas City Star reported tonight:

A Kansas disciplinary panel today recommended that… Kline be indefinitely suspended from practicing law because of ethics misconduct in his hot pursuit of abortion clinics.

The recommendation goes to the Kansas Supreme Court, which will make the final decision.


I received this statement from Kline. The “Sebelius” he refers to is Kathleen Sebelius, pictured right, the pro-abortion governor of Kansas when Kline was AG, now Secretary of Health & Human Services under Obama

The panel did what they were instructed to do. This is the latest chapter of a Sebelius appointed court covering up for a Sebelius political benefactor in order to protect the flow of hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer dollars.

The Sebelius court joined Planned Parenthood to file this complaint, appointed the prosecutor, appointed the panel and will make the final decision. Our Constitution was created to end such conduct.

The ethics process is being used to punish political opponents. Even so, the dominant tragedy in this saga is that through my investigation it was learned hundreds of children were sexually abused in Kansas, and Kansas has still done nothing. Nothing in the panel’s 185 page opinion can alter that truth.

I upheld my duty, upheld my oath of office and the integrity of my profession. My “mistake” was my willingness to investigate politically powerful people and to let that investigation go where the evidence led. It is a decision, however, I would repeat and I will continue to speak and stand for the truth and for those who cannot speak for themselves.

All I can say, and all that brings me hope, is someday the truth will come out. Phill Kline will be vindicated. Someday.

25 thoughts on “Travesty: Panel recommends suspension of Phill Kline’s law license”

  1. JVR,
     
    I agree it’s Nazi Germany or communist Russia. Don’t dare go after people for breaking the law but allow them to continue to kill children and hide pedophiles because it’s good for the devil’s plan and good for population control. Ahhh so much for fighting for the little guy-something the Dems claim they are for…(rolls eyes)

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  2. His description of the process sounds too eerily like the Stalinist trials of the 1920s. Hopefully KSSC has enough integrity to circular-file the panel’s decision.

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  3. There is of course an alternative viewpoint.
     
    That Kline overstepped the bounds due to a personal crusade.
     
    If that were to prove to be the case then it would be ‘I don’t think we’re in America any more, Toto…’, ‘it’s Nazi Germany or communist Russia’ or ‘the Stalinist trials of the 1920s’ if action wasn’t taken.
     
    Time will tell.

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  4. “If that were to prove to be the case then it would be ‘I don’t think we’re in America any more, Toto…’, ‘it’s Nazi Germany or communist Russia’ or ‘the Stalinist trials of the 1920s’ if action wasn’t taken.”
     
    Are you really that weak on history, Reality? The Soviets and Nazis didn’t stack panels and courts to produce verdicts of “not guilty”. If the panel rejects Planned Barrenhood’s claim, I’ll happily eat my words … it would prove the process wasn’t rigged.

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  5. “The Soviets and Nazis didn’t stack panels and courts to produce verdicts of “not guilty” – agreed. But PP should not be subject to that sort of behavior either.
     
     
    Like I said, time will tell.

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  6. “It is a decision, however, I would repeat and I will continue to speak and stand for the truth and for those who cannot speak for themselves.”

    God bless Phill Kline.  He may never receive vindication or a reward for his actions here on earth, but we’re all just sojourners here anyway.  His day will come.

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  7. Wow..right now I am speechless…
    A definite travesty…
    I am sure will be rewarded in heaven for his courage.
    I have always admired him so much..thank you Phil. my prayers are with you.

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  8. Obviously it’s too rotten for him to try and fix a corrupt system from this low on the inside. He needs higher office.
     
    Run for governor, Phil. I don’t even live there, but I’ll donate to your campaign.

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  9. Reality:  Kline overstepped the bounds due to a personal crusade.
     
    Right.  All the whining and moaning about other issues doesn’t change that fact.

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  10. Oh, what a martyr. Your write-up curiously omits the following things: 1. any substantive rebuttal of the things he was accused and found guilty of doing by the disciplinary panel, 2. the fact that he allowed his Kansas law license to lapse and is now a “professor” at Liberty University. The message is clear: the ends always justify the means when it’s for the “cause”, ethics and professional standards be damned.

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  11. Joan, what’s wrong with being a professor at Liberty University? It’s an excellent school. Oh, right….they love Jesus there. Ok. Gotcha.

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  12. This is off-topic, but why would an excellent school have to run infomercials offering rebate coupons? At least that’s what Liberty did here in Virginia. Granted, this is coming from a dedicated hater of all infomercials, but still.  But I have to say that as soon as I see something offered on an infomercial, the first word that comes to my mind is ‘shoddy’.

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  13. I had the opportunity to meet Kathleen back in September, she came to fairbanks Alaska to meet with governor parnell, who I believe is pro-life, Kathleen was nice when I approached her on the topic of abortion. I let her know that the typical Alaskan such as myself opposes abortion she acknowledged that and was very civil when I voiced my opinion on abortion.
    While I don’t like her view I commend her for being civil while discussing this topic. We parted ways with the understanding that neither of us will change our opinion on abortion.
    (Btw Im a front desk csr for a hotel here in fairbanks this is how I had the opportunity to meet with her, I checked her in)

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  14. that a cool story krystal. in fact i spoke with a woman on the now phone line who was calm and listened to me. i must say that i came off as aggressive because i was waiting for her to start screaming at me. indeed we parted company without changing each others minds but at least i know it is possible. who knows…..maybe one day she will convert. i can hope cant i?

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  15. We can all have hope that p/c will see what abortion really is but until then if we all can remain civil and have adult conversations then it makes life easier

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  16. should add that i dropped my attitude after i realized she wasnt going to rant and rave at me and we had a civil conversation.

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  17. This is what happens when people vote members of the pro death mob into public office (the implications of which posters like EGV have a difficult time grasping).

    I pray for Kline that God will bless him abundantly for his crusade and I pray for Kansans that they will awaken from their spiritual stupor.

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  18. joan says:
    October 14, 2011 at 1:19 pm
    Oh, what a martyr. Your write-up curiously omits the following things: 1. any substantive rebuttal of the things he was accused and found guilty of doing by the disciplinary panel, 2. the fact that he allowed his Kansas law license to lapse and is now a “professor” at Liberty University. The message is clear: the ends always justify the means when it’s for the “cause”, ethics and professional standards be damned.
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    Exellent post.  “Liberty University”?  ;)
     
     

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