Covert video targets Planned Parenthood fetal-parts policy

Cody Griffin

July 15, 2015

The Center for Medical Progress released the video as the next in its “Human Capital” investigative series, as it researches the organization’s illegal sales of fetal body parts in America.

Eric Ferrero, Planned Parenthood’s vice president for communications, said in a statement that any charges related to tissue might be for the cost of shipping to research centers, which he says is “standard across the medical field”.

In the video below, Nucatola is at a business lunch with actors posing as buyers from a human biologics company.

BREAM: Federal law bans the sale of human organs as well as commercial trafficking of body parts from an aborted fetus.

“At a number of of our well being facilities, we assist sufferers who need to donate tissue for scientific analysis, and we do that identical to each different excessive-high quality well being care supplier does – with full, applicable consent from sufferers and beneath the very best moral and authorized requirements”.

The undercover video was filmed in July 2014 by the Center for Medical Progress, an advocacy group that reports on medical ethics. But so, too, should supporters of abortion rights and of Planned Parenthood.

But according to The Times-Picayune, “Jindal said he was ordering an investigation in part because Planned Parenthood is planning to open a clinic in New Orleans”.

Planned Parenthood – America’s largest government-subsidized abortion provider – has been caught up in a scandal involving the sale of body parts from aborted fetuses. Cecile Richards, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood, praised Nucatola at the end of the video.

“Why should the government fund an organization that is so corrupt as to be selling the brains, livers, eyes, legs and other body parts of the babies it kills – not to mention being corrupt enough to kill them in the first place”, said Priests for Life national director Father Frank Pavone.

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