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Planned Parenthood sells baby parts for profit, but claims people who caught admissions on video are running a 'criminal enterprise'

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(NaturalNews) In a different time in our history, this kind of insanity would not only have been shunned and ignored, but ridiculed and excised from society.

In a stunning – and ironic – turnabout, Planned Parenthood, the nation's biggest danger to unborn children, is suing groups who exposed it for grotesquely selling aborted baby body parts for profit – which is, by the way, against federal law.

As reported by The New York Times, a legacy media source whose Left-wing editors are no doubt cheering the legal action, Planned Parenthood's suit is aimed at pro-life groups that secretly videoed some of its officials wheeling and dealing to get better prices for aborted fetal tissues and organs.

Calling the groups "anti-abortion extremists," Planned Parenthood, in its federal suit filed in the liberal bastion of San Francisco (as in: Yes, they were court-shopping), claimed the journalists had engaged in a three-year "complex criminal enterprise." Talk about the pot calling the kettle black.

'I don't want to lowball ...'

The Times noted further:

"The lawsuit ... was brought by the Planned Parenthood Federation of America and its seven California affiliates. The named defendants include the Center for Medical Progress (the anti-abortion group that made and released the videotapes); its director, David Daleiden, who appeared under an alias in many of the videos; Troy Newman, the head of Operation Rescue, who is accused of helping to plan the elaborate deception; and others who played roles in a sham medical company."

"The people behind this fraud lied and broke the law in order to spread malicious lies about Planned Parenthood," Dawn Laguens, executive vice president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, said in a written statement, according to The Times. "We filed the case to hold them accountable."

Beginning last summer, the Center for Medical Progress began releasing the undercover videos one at a time. In the first videos, senior Planned Parenthood medical officials casually discussed – over lunch, and as they drank wine – the provision of organs and fetal tissue for a profit to a group of undercover journalists who posed as a medical research company.

The undercover researchers claimed the tapes make clear – and they do – that Planned Parenthood was routinely engaged in the illegal sale of body parts, a charge that the nation's largest abortion provider has sickeningly denied. In one video, one PP official, while discussing price, even said she wanted "a Lamborghini" – automobiles which are quite expensive. In the same video, that same official, Dr. Mary Gatter, president of PP's Medical Director's Council, also said, when the subject turned to the price of body parts, "You know, in negotiations whoever throws out the figure first is at a loss, right?" and, "I just don't want to lowball. ..."

In its own written statement, the Center for Medical Progress called the lawsuit "frivolous," and then accused Planned Parenthood of filing it "in retaliation for CMP's First Amendment investigative journalism that has done nothing more than tell the truth about Planned Parenthood's lawless operations."

Planned Parenthood should be held 'accountable'

The suit, at 65 pages, alleges that defendants established a fake company called Biomax Procurement Services, while claiming to be a legitimate provider of fetal tissue to researchers, and that they used fake identities to gain access to closed meetings of PP and the National Abortion Federation.

Interesting, considering that Left-wing animal rights organizations use undercover techniques like those used by the CMP all the time, and yet they are praised by the liberal media.

Not only that, but any attempt by states to ban such undercover videoing of slaughterhouses and farms, has been struck down by a federal court in the same 9th Circuit that will hear the PP case.

It doesn't get anymore ironic – or hypocritical.

If anyone needs to be held "accountable" here, it's the ghoulish Planned Parenthood. Maybe the next president won't be as much of a radical pro-abortion extremist as Barack Obama, and will appoint someone to the attorney general's post who cares about enforcing U.S. law.






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