Recent witness testimony from two Planned Parenthood workers revealed the abortion provider’s gruesome practice of harvesting aborted baby body parts. Undercover journalists David Daleiden and Sandra Merrit of the Center for Medical Progress are facing up to 15 felony charges for invasion of privacy after initially exposing Planned Parenthood allegedly selling aborted fetal parts. A preliminary hearing in Planned Parenthood’s case against the CMP has begun, where witnesses from the abortion industry have revealed the CMP’s videos were “not altered.”
Witness Doe 9, an abortionist for Planned Parenthood, was reportedly “agitated, bothered, and, at times, combative.” She and witness Doe 12, a StemExpress staffer, were said to have been “determined to avoid answering difficult and incriminating questions,” but their sworn testimonies “verified and vindicated” Daleiden and Merrit’s undercover findings.
In one undercover video, Doe 9 claimed that Planned Parenthood abortionists have been “pretty successful” when it comes to harvesting intact brains from aborted babies. She then described the process of flipping the unborn baby into a breech position to extract the organs. When asked about this during the hearing, Doe 9 feigned ignorance and refused to give a direct answer about the meaning of her words.
The CMP’s undercover videos serve as evidence of Planned Parenthood’s practice of harvesting aborted babies’ brains. A former StemExpress technician even admitted to witnessing an aborted baby’s brain being harvested while his heart was still beating. CMP’s videos also led to the prosecution of DaVinci Biosciences and DV Biologics, two fetal procurement companies who admitted liability and were forced to pay a $7.8 million settlement.
Witness Doe 12 admitted that a baby’s head may still be attached to the body when the fetal brain is harvested. She even confessed that SemExpress harvests and transfers unborn children from intact abortions. Doe 12 also testified under oath that the StemExpress documents in the undercover videos were “authentic.”