Entries Tagged ‘KS Supreme Court’

Kline wants two KS Supreme Court justices off his ethics case – due to unethical behavior

Former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline, pictured right, will file a blistering motion today requesting that two Kansas Supreme Court justices recuse themselves from deciding his ethics case – due to their unethical behavior.

The justices are set to determine whether to indefinitely suspend Kline’s law license, the culmination of a long, sordid saga that reads more like a John Grisham legal thriller, involving sustained cover-ups for the abortion industry at the highest levels of Kansas state government.

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, […]

Sham: Ethics panel allows Kline only 1/2 day to present his defense

I have been in court to observe Phill Kline’s ethics trial the last 2 days. (That’s me interviewing Kline, right.) That this trial is a sham was made even clearer yesterday when the 3-judge panel ruled Kline will only get 1/2 day to present his defense, today. They said they wanted to leave Topeka by […]

Breaking, Phill Kline unmuzzled: Records sought were for child rape victims

Spin this, Rachel Maddow. For 8 years, when Phill Kline held office as either KS AG or Johnson Co. DA – and beyond, pro-aborts and the liberal press have hysterically accused him of trying to get the names of pregnant mothers who got illegal late-term abortions in KS. But in court testimony provided this week […]

Hazlett plagiarized Tiller in complaint against Kline

The ethics trial to disbar former Kansas Attorney General and Johnson Co. District Attorney Phill Kline has begun. Operation Rescue’s Cheryl Sullenger actually got into the courtroom (only 16 seats) and is live-tweeting from there. NRO’s Kathryn Lopez has written a must read overview of the corrupt politics involved in this witch hunt.

Buried: Phill Kline previously cleared of ethics charges

I wrote yesterday that the Kansas Supreme Court is stacked with pro-aborts, appointed by radically pro-abort former Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, now Obama’s Secretary of DHHS. In 2006 the Supremes ordered their Disciplinary Administrator, Stanton Hazlett, to investigate Kline on their own complaints of ethics violations. Hazlett hired Lucky DeFreis, Chair of the Ethics Committee of […]

Reader’s condensed background on Kline saga

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 […]

Breaking: KS Supreme Court allows criminal investigation of Planned Parenthood to move forward

The KS Supreme Court ruled today that a criminal case against a Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri abortion mill in Overland Park can move forward. The case was originally brought by Johnson Co. DA Phill Kline in 2007. Kline charged PP with 23 felonies and 84 misdemeanors for falsifying records, committing illegal late-term abortions, […]


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