Girl Kidnapped and Forced to Abort; “Not That Much Different” from “The Sex Slaves”
There’s a disturbing case out of Ohio where a 15-year-old runaway girl was held by a couple as a sex-slave and taken to an abortion clinic in Michigan after she became pregnant:
The girl met Richard Morris on an Internet chat room in late 2009. After talking via the web for several months, Morris began picking her up from her house and she told authorities she began engaging in consensual sex with both the husband and wife.
According to the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office, Morris never told the girl he had HIV and ended up getting the teen pregnant. That’s when Morris created a fake ID for the teen and drove her to Detroit for an abortion.
Tips led Cleveland police to the home on multiple occasions, but they could never find the girl.
What if the abortion clinic had reported the clear case of sexual abuse? No word on whether the clinic was Planned Parenthood, NAF, or independent…
[P]rosecutors would later discover Morris had a video surveillance system that alerted him to when police were coming. When they searched the apartment the victim was always hiding in a compartment inside a couch.
“This is not that much different than when they’re moving young children from one city to another city and having the sex slaves,” said Mason. “This is not that much different except that it was happening here in our neighborhood.”
In the end Mason says it was the victim who alerted police. “They began to beat her and and assaulted her when she wanted to leave. She then left their house and ran to a neighbor’s house and called 9-1-1,” said Mason.