GotNews.com, an independent media outfit run by investigative journalist Charles Johnson, has acquired the 11 remaining Planned Parenthood video exposés and is publishing them online.
In the description of their leaked videos, the media outfit says:
David Daleiden and the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) were censored by court order from publishing more videos detailing gruesome practices by Planned Parenthood. That court order is unconstitutional. In an exclusive leak by GotNews.com, we show you the videos that the courts and the liberal baby murder establishment do not want you to see.
Videos include footage blocked by court order in continuing litigation by the National Abortion Federation (NAF) against CMP, which spent three years shooting and documenting the abortion industry's practice of harvesting organs of aborted babies for profit.
Tuesday, GotNews.com received a demand letter from the law firm representing the NAF ordering that the media outfit take down the videos or else face a lawsuit. The letter is also ordering GotNews.com to turn over all communications with David Daleiden, president of CMP.
GotNews.com denies it has communicated with Daleiden, however, and has clarified that "Daleiden, who has been a friend to GotNews.com's editor and founder Charles C. Johnson, did not turn over the material. This material was turned over by congressional whistleblowers not subject to the court order."
The media outfit also claims a hacker named Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer is helping to air the videos online. In a statement posted on the GotNews.com website, Auernheimer writes:
Charles C. Johnson acquired all the Planned Parenthood videos, in defiance of a federal court order to censor them. I've put them on YouTube and torrent (please help seed on latter). For those of you that have the stomach for watching hours of very kosher women gleefully discussing baby meat, here's the YouTube:
One of the videos obtained by GotNews.com shows Planned Parenthood representative Deb Vanderhei saying the national office can't stop its affiliates from selling infants' organs for profit.
In the clip, Daleiden asks how the national office would discourage abortion affiliates from trafficking in aborted infants' body parts for increased revenue. Vanderhei says in response, "The truth is, they might want to do it to increase their revenue," and shrugging her shoulders, she nonchalantly adds, "And we can't stop them."
View all 11 videos here.