By Cheryl Sullenger
Washington, D.C. - Yesterday, Rep. Marsha Blackburn issued a press release calling out Cate Dyer, CEO of StemExpress, for failing to comply with Congressional subpoenas issued as a result of an investigation by the Select Panel on Infant Lives into the illegal sale of aborted baby body parts.
Blackburn, who chairs the Select Panel, also released a five-page letter to Dyer, complete with ten pages of attachments that document her lack of compliance with the subpoenas and calling on Dyer to cooperate.
Dyer has until the "close of business on May 12, 2016," to fully comply with the subpoenas.
"Failure to comply will leave the Panel with no choice but to pursue all means necessary to compel compliance," the letter stated.
Find out what else Blackburn said to the "middleman" that was in cahoots with Planned Parenthood to sell baby body parts!