California Clamps Down on the Pro-Life Cause

Pro-life advocates are outraged and defiant as the state of California files felony charges against citizen journalists who exposed Planned Parenthood's harvesting and selling of baby body parts in undercover videos released to the public two year ago.

David Daleiden, founder of the Irvine, California-based Center for Medical Progress which spearheaded the investigation into the abortion giant, was charged with 15 felonies Tuesday, including 14 counts of unlawfully recording of people without their consent and one charge of conspiracy to invade privacy.

Felony charges were also filed in Texas against Daleiden and his associate Sandra Merritt in January 2016 but were dropped several months later, a fact Daleiden tweeted upon hearing of the new charges in California.