Two more Planned Parenthood clinics have been caught on tape allegedly trying to conceal statutory rape.
College students Lila Rose and Jackie Stollar said they entered the Phoenix clinics posing as 15-year-old girls and told employees that Stollar needed an abortion after being impregnated by her adult "boyfriend."
The video they shot shows Stollar apparently telling one clinic that the father in question was "a lot older than" her, and telling the second "he’s 27."
But rather than contact law enforcement, as is required by Arizona law if an adult-child relationship is revealed, the video shows the staffer at the first clinic state, "we don't ask any questions." The second tells the girls "everything is confidential."
Both went on to explain how the "teen" could dodge consent laws to get her abortion without telling her parents, according to the video.
According to Liveaction.org, the clinics are the fourth and fifth Planned Parenthood centers implicated in the "Mona Lisa Project" — a developing multi-state undercover probe of Planned Parenthood clinics conducted by student-led non-profit Live Action.
In December 2008, the Mona Lisa Project exposed similar cases at two Planned Parenthood clinics in Indiana. State prosecutors launched investigations into Planned Parenthood of Indiana and both clinics either fired or suspended employees.
Officials with Planned Parenthood of Southern Arizona said they planned to investigate the matter.