Intact Late-Term Aborted Baby Cadavers Available says Planned Parenthood Official in Latest Shock Video
From diversified revenue streams to intact fetal cadavers, Planned Parenthood says, "We can make that happen."
By Cheryl Sullenger
Houston, TX -- A fifth video was released today by the Center for Medical Progress, this one discussing Planned Parenthood's willingness alter abortion procedures to procure intact late-term aborted fetal cadavers form babies that could have been born alive. This information adds a shocking new layer of insight into Planned Parenthood's participation in the illegal sale of fetal body parts.
Today's video focuses on Planned Parenthood's Center for Choice Surgical Center, located on Gulf Freeway in Houston, Texas.
CMP actors posing as representatives of an organ procurement company engaged in conversations with Melisa Farrell, Planned Parenthood's Director of Research, who explained that abortion procedures are being altered to produce "intact specimens" when orders require it.
The discussion centered on the desire for aborted baby remains, particularly intact cadavers that were in the 16 to 22 week range. If such babies were birthed intact, the possibility exists that they could be born alive during the abortions, which is illegal.
Altering a medical procedure to ensure organs are better suited for harvesting is illegal. It is also dangerous. If a woman were to be injured or die during a procedure that was altered to ensure marketable organs, it would be grossly unethical and would represent huge liabilities to Planned Parenthood.
The Houston Planned Parenthood facility has been the site of multiple documented medical emergencies. Operation Rescue obtained 911 records that indicated that a February 6, 2015, incident involved a patient with a ruptured uterus during an abortion that required emergency transport to a nearby hospital.
"Whether any of those injuries were done during altered abortions is a matter for investigators to determine," said Newman.
Other topics discussed in the video included:
- Financial benefit and Planned Parenthood's efforts to diversify their revenue stream.
- The fact that intact late-term fetal cadavers are requested by laboratories for pharmaceutical testing.
- Houston's Planned Parenthood runs the largest "research" department, bigger than all Planned Parenthood affiliates combined.
- Planned Parenthood abortion providers in Houston are personally engaged in their own experiments using fetal body parts from abortions they perform.
Newman also serves on the Board of the Center for Medical Progress, and acted in an advisory capacity during the nearly three-year long investigation.
The scene shifts to the "POC Room" where the fetal remains, also known as the 'products of conception' are sorted and stored in a freezer.
One technician produced from a freezer a bag of remains from an 18-20 week old fetus that was aborted earlier that day. She poured the tissue in a colander and rinsed it, then dumped the chunky lumps of flesh into a glass pan.
There, the baby's dismembered remains were inspected. Arms with hands attached and legs with feet were clearly observed, as well as eyeballs still within the orbital pockets.
There were discussions of an upcoming National Abortion Federation meeting where Planned Parenthood executives were to present on matters related to "fetal collection."
"This information implicates the National Abortion Federation in the illegal selling of fetal organs," said Newman.
Evidence of alleged NAF involvement comes one day after a San Francisco judge extended a temporary restraining order on videos taken during secretive NAF national meetings, citing NAF's arguments that their meetings are confidential and attendees must sign non-disclosure agreements.
"The NAF knows that if the public understood what really is discussed behind closed doors that there is no public relations firm in existence that could spin that in a favorable light. In order for abortion to continue, the veil of secrecy that conceals horrifying acts from the public must be maintained at any cost," said Newman, who was named in the suit along with the Center for Medical Progress and its Director, David Daleiden. "We will continue to fight to protect our Freedom of Speech and Freedom of the Press. The truth will ultimately come out, no matter how hard the Abortion Cartel tries to hide it."
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