Friday, January 29, 2016

Planned Parenthood in South Carolina Fights Fine for Cooking Remains of Aborted Babies


By Holly Gatling

South Carolina has a long history of grotesque abortion stories — from aborting a baby who lived 21-days to documenting an abortionist grinding up babies’ bodies in a common sink disposal.

The most recent disgusting revelation involves all three abortion facilities in South Carolina, but most prominently Planned Parenthood in Columbia, S.C. According to the duly authorized investigation by the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC), the PPFA staff has been illegally cooking the bodies of aborted babies who were then dumped in garbage landfills.

It is bad enough that the law requires the babies’ bodies to be cremated or donated for scientific research. But the DHEC citation of Planned Parenthood noted that there had been 23 shipments of aborted babies that had been “steam sterilized.” In my book that is nothing more than cooking the bodied of aborted babies and that is illegal in South Carolina.

Planned Parenthood got caught and heavily fined for illegally disposing of the “products of conception,” the technical name for aborted babies. Now the abortion giant is fighting to keep from paying the fine while shrieking that the government is on a politically motivated “witch hunt.” Never mind that DHEC uncovered the nauseating “health care” practices in the state’s abortion industry.

Begun in September of 2015, the South Carolina House Legislative Oversight Committee continues its investigation of the three free-standing abortion facilities in the state. The purpose of the investigation is to determine if any abortion facility traffics in baby body parts as some Planned Parenthood facilities have been caught doing in other states.

To deflect attention from the other illegal practices that have been unearthed, Planned Parenthood officials and supporters smugly crow that the probe has shown no evidence that the local abortion businesses trafficked in the bodies and body parts of aborted babies. Be that as it may, the investigation is shining a cleansing light on the pit-of-hell practices that go on in the state’s abortion businesses.

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