The Indiana doctor who told the media about a 10-year-old girl she performed an abortion on has been fined by the Medical Licensing Board for this egregious privacy violation.

Dr. Caitlin Bernard

Last year, after Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court, Doctor Caitlin Bernard performed an abortion on a 10-year-old rape victim who had traveled from Ohio to Indiana for the procedure.

The man who raped the young girl, who was 9 at the time, is 27-year-old Gerson Fuentes, an illegal immigrant from Guatemala.

Gerson Fuentes

After the procedure, Bernard spoke about this case to the media, using it to prop up the Left-wing pro-abortion agenda. Joe Biden jumped in to also use this awful case to bolster his political arguments, bringing national attention to the case that should never have been made public in the first place.

Bernard even shamelessly admitted that she shared this story “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,” Bernard said.

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Bernard also claimed that Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita had made the entire situation into a “political stunt.”

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

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The state of Indiana, however, argued that Bernard had committed an “egregious violation” of patient privacy. AG Rokita called Bernard an “abortion activist acting as a doctor.”

“Trust was violated when [Bernard] sought to further her own agenda,” said Deputy Attorney General Cory Voight on Thursday.

“There’s been no case like this before the baord,” Voight added. “No physician has been as brazen in pursuit of their own agenda.”

On Thursday, the state medical Licensing Board ruled that Bernard had violated patient privacy laws by speaking to a news outlet about the rape victim. She was fined $3,000 and was issued a letter of reprimand.

However, the Indiana Medical Licensing Board did not suspend Bernard’s license.

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