Fast-Moving Planned Parenthood Scandal Develops in New Directions

Reliably on script, Planned Parenthood (PP) keeps repeating that its “tissue donation programs” are fully legal while the contrary, candid record of its private dealings is piling up fast. CMP’s David Daleiden appeared on CNN Morning with additional, bombshell evidence gleaned from PP “procurement” partner, California-based StemExpress, LLC.

Daleiden’s appearance comes on the heels of CMP’s fourth video Thursday, in which PP Vice President and Medical Director of the Rocky Mountains, Dr. Savita Ginde, negotiates prices and worries aloud that PP could get “caught” for what it is doing, at least in “anti-[abortion] states.”

CMP’s Fourth Video: Planned Parenthood VP Says Fetuses May Come Out Intact, Agrees Payments Specific to Specimen 

“And another boy!” exclaims a Planned Parenthood (PP) medical assistant, soon after her boss, Dr. Ginde, admits “It’s a baby.” That is the chilling, running commentary as PP staff pick through the remains of an aborted baby boy in a show-and-tell for CMP actors posing as baby part buyers. #AnotherBoy went viral on Twitter Thursday afternoon.

The dissection room commentary is only part of the story. When asked whether PP could provide “intact” body parts, Ginde responds, “Sometimes, if we get, if someone delivers before we are able to see them for a procedure, then we are intact.”

Dr. Ginde’s statements call into question whether PP routinely has cases of infants “born-alive” within the meaning of the 2002 federal Born-Alive Infant Protection Act and what PP does in such cases.

Man Behind Planned Parenthood Videos Speaks Out 

The revelation from Dr. Ginde dovetails with new evidence from CMP’s Daleiden featured on CNN today: StemExpress executives told CMP actors that it sometimes gets fully intact baby bodies from California PP abortion clinics.

Publication of a video documenting high-level executives of StemExpress, LLC  speaking with CMP actors is temporarily enjoined by order of a California court. The temporary order is in effect until a hearing on Aug. 21 when StemExpress must show cause why the video cannot be published.

“People who don’t have anything to hide don’t go to court to stop journalists from reporting the truth,” said CMP’s attorney, Katie Short, Legal Director of the Life Legal Defense Foundation. “As has been more than apparent from the videos that have been released, including the latest one, StemExpress and Planned Parenthood have plenty to hide.”

With twelve states and a handful of Congressional committees now investigating PP’s grisly side business, bold-faced, frenzied denials may not be enough to keep the truth hidden.

Life Legal Defense Foundation will continue its fight to defend the right of journalists and whistleblowers to publish the truth.

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