Planned Parenthood Officials Admit Under Oath That They Sold Aborted Baby Parts

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Fetal Trafficking Under Oath – Planned Parenthood’s Admissions About Fetal Tissue Research Programs

UNSEALED SWORN TESTIMONY SHOWS PLANNED PARENTHOOD LIED TO CONGRESS ABOUT FETAL TISSUE SALESVP of Research Testifies that Houston Branch Sold the Entire Fetus to…

Planned Parenthood Officials Admit Under Oath That They Sold Aborted Baby Parts

A new video featuring sworn testimony from Planned Parenthood leaders presents evidence that the abortion chain lied to Congress and the media about its aborted baby body parts trade in Texas. The Center for Medical Progress released the video Thursday, highlighting conflicting statements that the abortion chain made about its Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast affiliate in Texas, The Federalist reports.

Fetal Trafficking Under Oath – Planned Parenthood’s Admissions About Infanticide

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Investigation: Planned Parenthood “Steam-Cooked” Aborted Babies Before Dumping Them in Landfill

As a result from an investigation prompted by undercover videos released by the Center for Medical Progress that shows the involvement of certain Planned Parenthood affiliates in the illegal trafficking of aborted baby remains, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine notified the Ohio Department of Health that three Planned Parenthood facilities improperly contract with companies that “cook” aborted baby remains then dump them in a Kentucky landfill.

David Daleiden Could Go to Prison for Exposing Planned Parenthood Selling Aborted Baby Parts

David Daleiden woke up the world to the horrendous practices of the abortion industry in 2015 through a series of undercover videos. Now, the undercover journalists could be sent to prison for his work. Daleiden, 31, plans to plead not guilty Friday in California Superior Court to nine felony charges involving eavesdropping, falsifying documents and recording people without their consent, the Washington Times reports.