You knew when the company went to court to stop the release of more videos that there was something bad they did not want out. You just knew that it was worse than anything that we had seen thus far from the undercover videos. But, this is bigger than many could have hoped. What this does is basically indicts all Abortion agencies for breaking Federal law.
Christian News reports
The Center for Medical Progress has now released at least one of the videos that the Planned Parenthood business partner StemExpress sought to block in court after a California appeals court denied the fetal tissue company a preliminary injunction against the release of the undercover footage with its CEO.
The video, released on Tuesday, features CEO Cate Dyer, who discussing a potential business partnership with what she believes is a human biologics company. She speaks with them over dinner about her current arrangements with abortion facilities, noting that StemExpress works with high volume suppliers.
Cate speaks openly about her great need for more baby parts. Sounding like she is speaking of pig livers rather than the livers of children.
Christian News continues
“As you see Megan out there in clinics, we’re working with almost triple digit number clinics, so it’s a lot on volume and we still need more than what we do,” she says. “So, it’s a lot. So, I don’t think you’re going to hit a capacity with us anytime in the next ten years.”
Dyer notes that she would like to obtain “another 50 livers a week” when asked what would make her happy.
Cate wants more and more. But, she also wants them to know that she can deliver the goods. She felt that this could be done in such a way that would make it profitable for all involved.
Christian News reports
When the undercover investigators mention that they would like to seek to make the arrangement financially profitable for all sides of the agreement, Dyer asks if they have seen abortion facilities that don’t profit from the arrangement and notes that she has not seen any such situations.
“You feel like there are clinics out there that have been burned, that feel like they’re doing all this work for research and it hasn’t been profitable for them?” she asks. “I haven’t seen that…”
What this means is that she is sure that the people that she deals with are turning a profit from the sale of these baby parts. This revelation is a very important one. It basically states that every abortion clinic she knows about has sold baby parts for a profit. This would then include Planned Parenthood.
As I pointed out in an earlier article, the practice of selling baby parts is illegal in the United States.
The National Review reported
The harvesting, sale, and ultimate use of the tissue and body parts of aborted fetuses is governed by a 1993 federal law passed when the United States Congress enacted 42 U.S.C. 289g, regulating fetal research in general. In particular, 42 U.S.C. 289g-2(a) makes it unlawful for any person “to knowingly acquire, receive, or otherwise transfer any fetal tissue for valuable consideration if the transfer affects interstate commerce” (emphasis added).
Now, what will the authorities do about this?