Former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline suffered another defeat in court this week after losing his law license after investigating the abortion giant Planned Parenthood.
On Monday, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals rejected Kline’s appeal to sue the Kansas Supreme Court about the decision to permanently suspending his license to practice law, according to the AP. In other words, Kline cannot sue to get his license back.
From 2003 to 2008, Kline investigated and prosecuted Planned Parenthood and late-term abortionist George Tiller. As state attorney general and Johnson County district attorney, Kline said he found numerous violations of abortion and child sexual abuse laws by Kansas abortion facilities.
Before he could pursue charges, however, allegations of misconduct arose; and the Kansas Supreme Court suspended Kline’s license to practice law indefinitely. Many believe the move was politically motivated by abortion activists. (Read more from “Former Attorney General Lost His Law License for Investigating Planned Parenthood and Can’t Get It Back” HERE)