VIDEO: Doctor learns fate after giving 10-year-old abortion, detailing to media after Dobbs decision

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An Indiana board voted Thursday to reprimand Dr. Caitlin Bernard, an Indianapolis doctor who performed an abortion on a 10-year-old rape victim then shared the information about the procedure with the media.

The Indiana State Medical Licensing Board fined Bernard $3,000 after it determined she violated privacy laws by talking publicly about the operation.

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita, a Republican, also accused Bernard of violating state law by not reporting the child abuse to the state’s law enforcement authorities, but the board rejected this accusation.

The report noted that the board also rejected a request from the attorney general’s office to suspend Bernard’s license.

The state’s AG told Fox News that the actions taken by Bernard suggested that she was an “abortion activist acting as a doctor.”

Deputy Attorney General Cory Voight argued Thursday, “There’s been no case like this before the board. No physician has been as brazen in pursuit of their own agenda.”

Bernard was given a chance to defend her actions commenting, “I think that it’s incredibly important for people to understand the real-world impacts of the laws of this country about abortion. I think it’s important for people to know what patients will have to go through because of legislation that is being passed, and a hypothetical does not make that impact.”

She added, “I think if the attorney general, Todd Rokita, had not chosen to make this his political stunt we wouldn’t be here today.”

Reporter Alice Miranda Ollstein tweeted Thursday, “Dr. Caitlin Bernard, who provided an abortion to the 10yr-old rape survivor from Ohio last year, will face hours of questioning before Indiana’s Medical Licensing Board today as she defends herself from accusations from the state’s AG. The state is now making its case against Bernard, accusing her of not answering certain questions during her deposition — including the name of the doctor in Ohio who referred the child to her.”

“Another question the state is accusing Bernard of not answering: whether she has a tattoo of a coat hanger, which they’re arguing brands her as a pro-abortion rights activist. Bernard’s attorney hits back: ‘The question is not what Dr. Bernard believes. It’s whether she revealed information improperly. It does not matter whether she has a tattoo. Those questions are harassing and irrelevant.'”

IndyStar tweeted, “Attorneys gave their opening statements during a medical board hearing in AG Todd Rokita’s prosecution of Dr. Caitlin Bernard.”

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  1. Instead of going to the media right after she performed the abortion, she should have first contacted to referring doctor in Ohio and the Ohio authorities. She and the other doctor would have learned that the procedure was legal in Ohio under the circumstances, and law enforcement would have been able to quickly deal withe the rapist. It appears she did nothing to get the little girl out of the situation which resulted in the pregnancy to begin with. Her obsession with being an activist was more important than the child’s safety.


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