Planned Parenthood Exec Busted Again Trying To Sell Baby Body Parts

Eichelberger was unable to provide any projections, but later asserted that "we've heard numbers about some isolated services that Planned Parenthood provides" but that "they don't do lots of things that families need".

The undercover journalist explains that they like to pay "per specimen" because "that way we're not paying for material we can't use".

"But you would show up to do this?" That even comes up in the conversation with Gatter in this video - she asks, "You would send somebody?"

"Yeah, fifty's on the low end", Gatter says.

Under federal law, Planned Parenthood can be reimbursed for the costs of harvesting organs, but the details of this informal arrangement make it clear the abortion provider would not have any costs.

A key committee in the Pennsylvania state Senate today voted in favor of a bill that would partially defund Planned Parenthood in Pennsylvania - a move opponents of the bill say could lead to the closure of Planned Parenthood centers in Pennsylvania.

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"The volume-based sums that Planned Parenthood charged these businesses for baby parts are criminal trafficking and profiteering in fetal body parts", he said.

In the first undercover video released by CMP, Deborah Nucatola, the senior director of medical services for Planned Parenthood Federation of America, commented on crushing babies.

While at the L.A. branch, Gatter oversaw the affiliate's partnership with Novogenix Laboratories LLC, a local for-profit fetal organ and tissue harvesting company, CMP said. "I think it's a great idea". This generally does not include abortions. Documents also show that payments made by the customer to the procurement business appear to exceed the costs incurred on the procurement business by a factor of 300 to 400 percent. As a board member of Planned Parenthood Association of Utah, I know the best way to decrease abortions is for them to be safe and legal, for contraception to be affordable and accessible, and for reproductive education to be accurate and comprehensive.

"I don't know what Planned Parenthood provides", Eichelberger answered.

The Senate Judiciary Committee and House Select Investigative Panel both referred Planned Parenthood Los Angeles and others to the FBI and Department of Justice for investigation and possible prosecution just a few months ago. As CNS News' Terence P. Jeffrey points out, "There is now no talk that [the budget bill] will include language to prohibit funding of Planned Parenthood" despite a laundry list of GOP assurances to the contrary.

If Republican leadership manages to bungle and apologize its way to continuing the flow of tax dollars to the nation's largest abortion provider despite the evidence put forward in these videos, one wonders what it would take for them to actually go through with it.

  • Marjorie Miles