EVERSON, WA, May 20, 2013 ( – A 31-year-old illegal immigrant raped a preteen girl in Washington State last June, then took her to Planned Parenthood two months later to cover his crime.

According to reports, last June, Luis Gonzalez-Jose approached the young girl as her mother was taking a shower and asked “if it was OK to have a baby with him.” After she said no, he stripped the girl and raped her on the spot.

In August, he took the pregnant girl to a Planned Parenthood and forced her to abort their child. She told employees she had become pregnant by her 14-year-old boyfriend, “but she couldn't give the boy's name or address,” the Bellingham (Washington) Herald reports.

Although the Department of Corrections stated that the girl's family did not cooperate with its investigation, in April the 31-year-old man plead guilty to second-degree rape of a child.

Gonzalez-Jose was sentenced to six years and eight months in prison after striking a plea bargain with Whatcom County Superior Court Judge Charles Snyder last week.

Judge Snyder agreed to the light sentence on the grounds that the Mexican national would be deported after his release and never return to the United States. But immigration writer Dave Gibson noted, “Of course, with a largely unprotected border, it is sheer folly to expect him to stay out of this country.”


The case has the potential to affect the U.S. Senate debate over an immigration bill granting amnesty to millions of illegal aliens residing in the United States.

The incident is the latest in a string of coerced abortions that men have used to conceal their sexual abuse and exploitation of minors.

Last Thursday, a Jamaican-born man in Maine was arrested for murdering a 14-year-old girl and trying to set her corpse on fire for refusing to have an abortion. The medical examiner's office later confirmed the victim, Shaniesha Forbes, was not pregnant.

A 21-year-old soccer coach, John Haller, posed as his 14-year-old victim’s father in order to give a Cincinnati Planned Parenthood the “parental consent” required to carry out her abortion in 2004. An observer told local media at the time that Planned Parenthood’s “argument that they made a good faith effort to contact the parents, quite frankly, in our opinion, is ludicrous.” The abortion giant settled the lawsuit in 2011, after contesting it for seven years.

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In 2012, Kacy Heath of Indiana was arrested for getting a 15-year-old an abortion in order to cover up the fact that her 21-year-old son, Steven King, had a coercive sexual relationship with her.

A mother and father in Quebec got their 12-year-old daughter an abortion to hide their incestuous abuse, which had lasted several years.

Many have questioned how complicit the abortion provider is in such decisions.

Live Action released an expose of abortion employees who told undercover investigators they would not report sexual abuse or statutory rape, as required by law. An employee of a Planned Parenthood in Birmingham, Alabama, is seen on video asking if the woman knows someone with “the same last name” as her parents, who can file an false parental consent form.

A Kennewick, Washington, Planned Parenthood abortion facility reportedly held a 14-year-old statutory rape victim hostage in September 2008, refusing to allow the girl, who was 22 weeks pregnant, to leave the office.

“Abortion is the ultimate recourse for hiding the evidence of pedophilia,” said Georges Buscemi, president of Campagne Quebec-Vie.


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