"I would rather do this without all this hoopla," she says. "I'm dismayed that it's gone on so long. Why don't they just go home?"
Why don't I trust Planned Parenthood spokespeople? Here's a great example. After being caught not reporting statutory rape, Planned Parenthood CEO of Wisconsin attempts to act like they didn't have enough information to report.
On Tuesday, Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin CEO Teri Huyck responded to the charge that the organization had failed to report the incident.
"In this particular circumstance, we did not have the name of the young woman,” Huyck claimed. “She did not give it to us. She did not provide any ID. So we were unable to make any report."
On Wednesday she added that the patient would be reported if she gave her name.
"The so-called patient in this case did not provide identifying information. In fact, she refused." Huyck said. "It would've been difficult if not impossible to make any kind of report."
Live Action responded by releasing extended footage featuring a Planned Parenthood counselor named as Sonia.
Sonia coached Rose how to obtain a judicial bypass waiver for an abortion so that her parents would not find out about her supposed relationship with an older man.
"What is your name? So I can call them and tell them you're coming,” the video shows Sonia saying.
Rose gives her name as “Janelle Marion” and reports a birthday of July 27.
They really don't like those billboards educating women about the prevalence of abortions in the African-American community, do they? The pro-choice group Spark has started a campaign to try to get CBS advertising to take them down.