This summer, many were horrified to hear comments concerning the harvesting and sale of baby body parts from Planned Parenthood officials. There was anger over the negotiations regarding reimbursement with one individual indicating they wanted a Lamborghini. In spite of all this it is not these horrendous deeds that have brought forth indictments, instead indictments came out against those who have exposed the evil acts.
Joining Jim to discuss this issue was Cheryl Sullenger. Cheryl is the senior vice president for Operation Rescue. She has been involved in the pro-life movement since 1984. She founded and directed the California Life Coalition in San Diego and helped to close over a dozen abortion clinics and influence over 40 abortionists to quit the abortion business. Her sidewalk counseling ministry has saved over 2,500 lives.
David Daleiden is an investigative journalist from California who directed the Center for Medical Progress. He approached Operation Rescue and discussed the undercover investigation that he wanted to conduct that involved infiltrating Planned Parenthood to document the truth about what was taking place concerning the sale of aborted baby body parts for profit.
Through the commonly accepted practice of investigative journalism, David was able to document Planned Parenthood executives and abortionists actually haggling over the price of how much they'd be willing to accept for some of the body parts. They described how they'd be willing to alter abortion procedures (which is also illegal) in order to obtain the best and most complete body parts.
The second person involved is Sandra Merritt. Sandra was hired by David to accompany him on the investigations, posing as the CEO of the Center for Medical Progress, while David posed as more of a tech guy who would be responsible for procurement.
The grand jury became involved when David presented evidence to the attorney general who referred the case to Harris County (Texas) for investigation.
Both David and Sandra have each been charged with a felony count of tampering with a government record and a misdemeanor count related to an attempt to purchase fetal remains.
Cheryl discusses the possible conflict of interest at the district attorney's office, why these indictments may amount to retaliation, where the case moves from here and more.
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