Bloody Paper Trail

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by Rodney Pelletier  •  •  April 17, 2020   

Planned Parenthood breaking the law

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New evidence is proving Planned Parenthood has been trafficking in aborted baby parts, but they're still playing the denial game.

Recently unsealed invoices are revealing a Planned Parenthood affiliate covering mid-California and northern Nevada charged a tissue company, StemExpress, nearly $25,000 for fetal body parts from July to September 2012.

According to three invoices and a contract between the organizations, Planned Parenthood billed StemExpress for 21 "products of conception" (POCs) at $55 each and 23 blood samples at $10 each.

It's the latest revelation in the ongoing case against Planned Parenthood, but despite evidence coming out against the abortion giant since 2015, it's the undercover journalists who are feeling the heat.

David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt — the two main investigators behind the 2015 undercover videos, released under their company Center for Medical Progress — have been on trial incessantly since the videos came out.

In December 2016, a congressional panel — the Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives — concluded after a year of investigations that Planned Parenthood of Gulf Coast and its various business partners illegally trafficked aborted baby parts.

And almost a year later, the U.S. Department of Justice, led by then-attorney general Jeff Sessions, confirmed an FBI and Senate Judiciary Committee investigation into Planned Parenthood.

The abortion giant is stopping at nothing to keep its hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayer money rolling in every year, including the destruction of anybody who will expose its illegal practices.

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