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(NaturalNews) A new undercover video released by the Center for Medical Progress reveals the horrors and illegal practices occurring at Planned Parenthood, the top feticide foundation in the US. In the video, a 2nd trimester abortion provider from Austin, Texas openly admits to the strategies used to extract intact fetal organs, extremities, and heads. The body parts are donated to "scientific research" to create new pharmaceuticals, among other ghastly-derived modern day science hokum.

Investigators posing as representatives for a fetal tissue procurement company conducted the interview on October 12, 2014. In the interview, abortion provider Dr. Amna Dermish describes how fetuses are meticulously removed from the womb to keep as many body parts intact as possible.

Dermish admits to using ultrasound to guide the fetus into certain breached positions. The fetus is then delivered partially (as in a partial birth abortion) so the body parts remain intact so they can be sold or donated to biotech companies.

What we know after watching this video:

Abortion providers are so callused to exterminating human life that they laugh and joke about handling a baby's precious organs and extremities. From previous videos, baby body parts are often referred to as "line items" or "products of conception."

Since exterminating a fetus is unethical from the start, there is no accountability or oversight during the abortion process. Hell, abortion has turned into an organ harvesting industry! Dr. Dermish describes how she was trained to conduct an organ harvest, "So usually what I do, if it's a breech [feet first] presentation, I'll remove the extremities first, the lower extremities [legs] and then go for the spine and sort of bring it down that way. Dr. Dermish strives to keep the torso intact. She calls it a "trunk" and uses it to efficiently bring down the spine. Dr. Dermish says that after 18 weeks gestation, she can deliver the fetus more intact by using laminaria and leaving the fetus in the womb for 24 hours. This allows a 2 to 4 centimeters dilation to make the organ harvest that much easier.

Dr. Amna Dermish was trained by Planned Parenthood's Senior Director of Medical Services Dr. Deborah Nuscatola who is seen in previous videos describing ultrasound guided techniques to abort babies while keeping their organs intact.

Digoxin is used to kill the fetus after 20 weeks and Dr. Dermish performs abortion up to 21.6 weeks.

Some abortion providers "are really into" organ development so they will schedule procedures during specific gestations periods so they can 'get off' on the differences of organ development at different stages. Talking about a fellow colleague's fixation with the organs, Dr. Amna Dermish said she is "really into organ development." "Yeah, she'll pull out like kidneys, and heart, and like heart we frequently see at 9 weeks and she always looks for it...its just incredible. At 10, 11, 12 weeks she's like trying to find the kidneys and any of the organs of that gestation." "It's cute," were the words used to describe it.

80,000 abortions are undergone every year in Texas alone, which shows how convenient this dreadful procedure has become. Dr. Amna Dermish says 25-30 abortions are scheduled per day, for 10 days out of each month.

When asked about harvesting an intact brain, Dr. Dermish admitted she "hadn't been able to do that yet." She laughs about it, saying "Well this will give me something to strive for!" She says often times it's hard to get around the calvarium (head) of 20 week olds, especially if the dilation of the uterus is bad.

Dr. Dermish's trainer, Dr. Deborah Nucatola, casually spoke about the organ harvesting technique, "Ultrasound guidance changes the presentation. So, if you do it starting with the breech presentation, there's dilation that happens as the case goes on..." She confirmed that this how to bring the whole body out intact, including the head.

Why all this matters:

Partial birth abortions are illegal to conduct under US law, even though they continue to occur, as described in the new video. 18 US Code 1531 states that partial birth abortion is a federal felony, punishable by up to 2 years prison and/or a $250,000 fine. A fetus extracted intact and alive during an abortion is a born-alive infant under federal law and any further action taken to kill him or her is homicide. (1 U.S. Code 8)

So why are these heinous procedures still being carried out nonchalantly, with no accountability? If the law banning partial birth abortion was being followed, then the organ harvesting industry that seeks out abortions would seize to exist. The end of organ harvesting would be a win for women who aren't really given many other options or hope outside of an abortion. It would also be a win for scientific research, encouraging scientists to find more ethical ways to do research that provide more positive results.

So why does Planned Parenthood receive money from the taxpayers to conduct such atrocious organ harvesting? This is not something most people want to choose, but they are forced to fund it anyway through taxation.

Sources for this article include:

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com

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