The latest undercover video released by the Center for Medical Progress points to profit as the driving force in Planned Parenthood's harvesting of body parts from aborted babies.
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The latest video (see below) centers on CMP project lead David Daleiden, who is talking with StemExpress CEO Cate Dyer over lunch. That's an organization that harvests organs and tissue from abortion clinics – including Planned Parenthood – and sells it to researchers.
In the video, Dyer talks about the delicacy of brain tissue and the need to ship it intact in the baby's head. She goes on to say that shipping organs and tissues of the babies to research labs is different because research assistants get squeamish about baby body parts.
The video appears below.
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Dyer also notes that her company has had a longtime relationship with Planned Parenthood because the abortion provider does about 40 percent of abortions in the U.S. She refers to it as "high volume" for StemExpress business.
StemExpress has since canceled their work with Planned Parenthood.
Investigate murder of born-alive baby
A group that works to protect constitutional rights wants an abortion case investigated as a murder. A campaign to accomplish that has been launched.
In a previously released undercover video by the Center for Medical Progress, whistleblower Holly O'Donnell – a former employee of StemExpress – describes an incident at Planned Parenthood Alameda in California.
Larry Ward of the Constitutional Rights Political Action Committee points out that O'Donnell stated on camera that a baby was born mostly intact – and with a beating heart. She was instructed to use scissors to cut through the baby's face to obtain the brain to sell for research.
"And the baby was obviously alive, according to the report, and they obviously murdered the baby," Ward explains. "So there really shouldn't be a question that this needs to be investigated as a homicide – and done so immediately by the San Jose Police Department."
Ward began a campaign urging the public to call the homicide division and demand an investigation. And although the department acknowledges receiving thousands of calls, he says nothing has been done yet. Ward says it's as if they might just be waiting until the storm is over to return to business as usual.
"They try and outwait the outrage," he continues, "but this outrage is not going to die within me – and I don't think it's going to die within any kind of compassionate American."
Ward is continuing to encourage people to either call the San Jose Police Department – or post on their Facebook page demanding a homicide investigation.