As Phill Kline waits to testify in the trial of a man accused of killing abortion provider George Tiller, the former Kansas attorney general was ordered to appear before the state ethics commission because of his investigation into Tiller.

The Kansas Board for Discipline of Attorneys released a complaint Tuesday claiming Kline committed "breaches of trust of his public office" and professional misconduct during his investigations of Tiller.

The complaint said Kline and his deputy prosecutors, in defiance of a court order, pursued the identities of women who had abortions at Tiller's clinic.
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