Abortion doctor files emergency motion to block Rokita from patient medical record access

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Lawyers for an Indianapolis doctor who performed an abortion of a 10-year-old rape victim from Ohio has filed an emergency motion to block Attorney General Todd Rokita from accessing patient medical records.

The filing asks the court to grant relief from what the doctors attorney calls improper investigations initiated by Rokita, including subpoenas served for patient records.

In response, Rokita’s office says, wuote, “although the doctor’s newfound concern for her patients’ privacy is appreciated, albeit ironic, they’ll proceed to seek the truth no matter the attempts to push her narrative.”

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