The Center for Medical Progress released a second video Tuesday showing a Planned Parenthood director negotiating prices for aborted baby body parts as well as offering a "less crunchy [abortion] technique" to a pretend biotech company.
Mary Gatter, the medical director at Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley in California, is seen in the new video negotiating over the price for body parts with the pretend company that Planned Parenthood is now accusing of "harassment." Gatter even offers to ask her staff abortionist to use different tools on women during first-trimester procedures in order to extract in-tact tissue and organs.
"I wouldn't object to asking Ian, who's our surgeon who does the cases, to use an IPAS [manual vacuum aspirator] at that gestational age in order to increase the odds that he's going to get an intact specimen," declares Gatter. more >>
Planned Parenthood is giving drinks a bad name. And Lamborghinis.
The second explosive video on Planned Parenthood has been released this morning, and this time, it's Dr. Mary Gatter's turn to reveal the true facts about America's abortion giant and, apparently, baby body part seller in chief.
Gatter is the President of the Planned Parenthood Medical Director's Council, another top-level position within the national organization. In the video, Gatter is seen haggling and negotiating over prices for baby parts, with great amusement, it would seem. more >>
Like car parts chunked and sold in a junk yard, unborn baby parts have value too, according to a top Planned Parenthood Federation of America official as well as a company called StemExpress, which offers human fetal livers for up to $24,250 on their (currently shutdown) website. Finally, the abortion crowd concedes that fetuses are human, for medical research only, of course.
A newly released video reveals Planned Parenthood's senior director of medical services, Deborah Nucatola sharing between wine sips and salad nibbles, and with a chillingly Hannibal Lecher-like tone, "We've been very good at getting heart, lung, liver, because we know that, so I'm not gonna [sic] crush that part, I'm gonna basically crush below, I'm gonna crush above, and I'm gonna see if I can get it all intact."
And I'm "gonna" be sick. more >>
By now, you've probably heard about the video released by the Center for Medical Progress featuring Planned Parenthood's Director of Medical Services, Deborah Nucatola.
There are so many things you could say after viewing it, but all I could come up with was "Lord, have mercy!" And I meant that as a prayer, not merely as an interjection.
In the video, Nucatola describes "how Planned Parenthood sells the body parts of aborted fetuses." She tells actors posing as potential buyers that "At the national office, we have a Litigation and Law Department which just really doesn't want us to be the middle people for this issue right now. ... But I will tell you that behind closed doors these conversations are happening with the affiliates." more >>
Pro-life activists plan to launch another major offensive Tuesday against Planned Parenthood, after a graphic undercover video released last week prompted Congressional and state investigations of the nation's largest abortion provider.
According to Troy Newman, president of Operation Rescue, The Center for Medical Progress is planning to release another video Tuesday proving that Planned Parenthood is selling fetal body parts, which is illegal.
"The evidence we have is irrefutable," Newman said. "This is pretty huge. It might be the final nail in the coffin of Planned Parenthood." more >>
What do you have to do to lose your government funding these days? Try believing in natural marriage or running a pro-life charity. But defraud taxpayers, cover-up child sexual abuse, botch abortions, and scavenge babies for body parts, and you're untouchable. Or at least you used to be.
After a breezy lunch conversation about selling baby organs, Planned Parenthood's invincibility is being put to the ultimate test, along with the resolve of lawmakers to stand for human decency. Decades of lies and corruption have all come to a head last week after Cecile Richards's group was accused of running a black market of baby parts. Out of the mouth of the organization's own senior medical director, more than two million Americans have watched the President's closest ally talk about changing their abortion procedures (often at risk to the mother) to protect -- not the woman's or baby's interests, but Planned Parenthood's.
For the first time last week, Richards addressed the scandal, insisting that her organization "follows all laws and ethical guidelines" -- a claim that might have more validity if it weren't preceded by years of exploitation and wrongdoing. Richards insists that the executive in question has been reprimanded for her "tone" -- but this problem runs much deeper than one person's nonchalance. This is a crisis of inhumanity in our culture. more >>