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Did Bill O'Reilly Lie About Dr. Tiller's Records On National TV?

Reported by Priscilla - February 22, 2011 -

Despite his relentless pursuit of Dr. George Tiller, former Kansas Attorney General Phil Kline, never got a conviction - something Bill O'Reilly, who also relentlessly vilifed Tiller, has trouble understanding. Kline is now being investigated by the Kansas Board for Discipline of Attorneys as a result of an ethics complaint which alleges that, during his investigation of Tiller, he "lied to the Kansas Supreme Court, misled a Johnson County grand jury investigating an abortion provider and discussed an ongoing case on “The O’Reilly Factor,” a conservative TV show." During the show in question, O'Reilly asked Kline if Dr. Tiller considered depression a reason for performing late term abortions. This was an allegation that Bill O'Reilly continually advanced even after the doctor was murdered and while O'Reilly was receiving his "Courage Award," from the hate group "Family Research Council" which provided this award for Bill's "coverage" of the Tiller case that added to the climate of hate which resulted in the good Doctor's murder. Kline was not even able to respond to O'Reilly's question before Bill asserted: "Our information says that on almost every medical sheet -- obviously we have a source inside here -- it says depression. So, I don't know whether you have that information or not, I don't know, but that's what it says." As a result of O'Reilly's comments, two abortion clinics asked the Kansas Supreme Court to investigate Kline regarding the release of confidential medical records. Kline was subsequently sanctioned in 2008. Kline conducted his own investigation into the matter of the records and yesterday, during the ethics hearing, said that O'Reilly had no confidential records. Soooo. It looks like somebody isn't telling the truth here. Could it be America's daddy who is looking out for us? Could it be the former Kansas Attorney General who was looking for, as Bill described it, a "baby killer?" Could it be Satan? It's not just the "church lady" but inquiring minds want to know.