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Bill O'Reilly's Pro-Life Pal, Phil Kline, Could Have Law License Suspended

Reported by Priscilla - October 14, 2011 -

Back in February, Bill O'Reilly and Megyn Kelly were outraged about how a KA disciplinary panel was investigating whether form KA Attorney General, Phil Kline committed professional misconduct in his crusade against the murdered abortion doctor George Tiller. Kline was assisted in his crusade against Tiller by Bill O'Reilly whose personal crusade (or is it jihad?) against Tiller contributed to a climate of hate in which Tiller was assassinated by one of O'Reilly's fellow Christian pro-lifers. Bill, who "fights for the rights of the unborn" (women who have abortions and those who support them, like columnist Joan Walsh, not so much), was subsequently presented with a "Courage Award," from the Christian hate group "Family Research Council, for his ongoing attacks on Tiller whom O'Reilly referred to as a "baby killer." Yesterday, the KA disciplinary panel recommended that Kline have his law license suspended indefinitely for the "selfish and dishonest way" with which he obsessively pursued abortion clinics. It was found that this "dishonest conduct" caused "potential injury to the public." We know that at least one man was fatally injured by the hatred stirred up by Kline who was validated in this "dishonest conduct" by the "fair & balanced" O'Reilly who is mentioned in the report.

His O'Reilly appearance was cited in the report. Despite having been warned not to speak about the case, his comments were found to not have a "legitimate law enforcement purpose." Moreover, it was concluded that his comments increased the possibility of increasing the public contempt for Tiller which was borne out by the sad reality of Tiller's execution by a man whose zealotry matched that of Bill O'Reilly. Kline found a soul mate in O'Reilly whose concern about Tiller and the law was contradicted by Bill's having access (according to Bill himself) to confidential medical records of abortion patients. But he and Kline were able to commiserate about the "baby killer" and in so doing stir up more hatred.

The final decision on Kline's license will be made by the Kansas Supreme Court. Meanwhile, women's reproductive justice has been served. Unfortunately, in addition to truth, there was another casualty - a human one. But it was part of Bill O'Reilly's day's work in "fighting for rights of the unborn."

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