Reporter Goes Undercover And Discovers Gruesome Details About Possible Killing Of Babies
A recent controversy states that Planned Parenthood may have been delivering live babies to StemExpress—a company that collects human blood, tissue and other parts of the body for research and medicinal development.
On the 30th of July last month, Center for Medical Progress was denied the right to publish any videos containing employees of StemExpress due to a court order issued by the company.
CNN reporter David Daleiden went undercover as the CEO for BioMax, an organization specializing in biometrics. He told StemExpress that he wanted to do business with them, and from there he was able to capture the video. There are those who suspect that Planned Parenthood had acquired the infants when they were alive but allowed them to die as they were being sent to StemExpress.
“StemExpress is trying to suppress a specific video recording of a meeting with their top leadership where their leadership admitted that they sometimes get fully intact fetuses shipped to their laboratory from the abortion clinics that they work with, and that could be prima facie evidence of born-alive infants. That’s why they’re trying to suppress that videotape, and they’re very scared of it.” states David Daleiden.
If these accusations are true, then Planned Parenthood could be breaking the federal law titled the Born Alive Infants Protection Act—a law that requires infants who are born alive from an unsuccessful abortion to be given proper medical care.