Attorney Vows to Release More Exposés of Planned Parenthood

by Church Militant  •  •  August 6, 2015   

Charles LiMandri, attorney for the Center for Medical Progress, spoke exclusively with

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The Center for Medical Progress is vowing to release more damning video exposés of Planned Parenthood. Charles LiMandri, president and chief counsel of the Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund, who has been retained to represent David Daleiden and his company the Center for Medical Progress, spoke exclusively with

In the interview, LiMandri discusses the temporary restraining order issued by a Los Angeles court blocking the Center from releasing video footage of three high-ranking StemExpress employees discussing the fetal parts industry during a conversation in May. StemExpress is the corporation that trades in aborted children's body parts, and Planned Parenthood is one of their biggest clients.

The restraining order "will last about three weeks, and then we'll be fighting over whether they are entitled to a permanent injunction to block that video."

He goes on to say:

But more important than that, the videos involving Planned Parenthood are going to continue to be released, and people are going to be made increasingly aware of the atrocities that are being perpetrated by Planned Parenthood in the name of science and medical research. We can actually see them vividly in the films, picking through aborted baby body parts, and basically trafficking in them.

He hopes the video releases will result in "renewed respect for the dignity of human beings" and acknowledges the service being done by Daleiden in bringing the gruesome and inhumane practice of buying and selling children's body parts to light.


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