Blocked Planned Parenthood Video May Show ‘Prima Facie Evidence Of Born Alive Infants’
Stem Express admits receiving "fully intact fetuses," says investigator David Daleiden
JULY 31, 2015 By Mollie Hemingway
Planned Parenthood is under fire for harvesting organs for sale from the babies they abort, but the journalistic project uncovering their participation in fetal organ trafficking has brought another nefarious aspect to the organ trade.
Remember what Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains’ Vice President and Medical Director, Dr. Savita Ginde, said in her meeting with people she believed to be purchasers of organs? Here’s an image from the video released earlier this week:
She says, “Sometimes, if we get, if someone delivers before we get to see them for a procedure, then we are intact.” According to the Center for Medical Progress, Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains “does not use digoxin or other feticide in its 2nd trimester procedures” so “any intact deliveries before an abortion are potentially born-alive infants under federal law.”
While mainstream journalists continue to be reluctant about pursuing angles to this story, the journalist behind the project shared why he believes one of the companies that purchases aborted baby parts is desperate to keep him from publishing the story:
Remember, the Los Angeles Superior Court issued a limited, temporary restraining orderagainst the Center for Medical Progress. Under the terms of the order, the non-profit organization is banned from releasing video of a May lunch attended by three StemExpress officials. Daleiden says about that:
In a meeting with their top leadership where their leadership admitted that they sometimes get fully intact fetuses shipped to their laboratory from the abortion clinics they work with, and that could be prima facie evidence of born alive infants. And so that’s why they’re trying to suppress that videotape and they’re very scared of it.
The videotaped admission of this receipt of fully intact fetuses is what Stem Express is fighting so hard to suppress, Daleiden says. Whether they’re successful or not, now we may have a better understanding of why they’re trying to get the courts to keep this information hidden.
The full video is worth watching as well:
Mollie Ziegler Hemingway is a senior editor at The Federalist.