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Judge: Videos on Fetal Parts Trafficking Legal


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Following a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge ruling that the Center for Medical Progress has a constitutional right to release undercover videos on the trafficking of baby body parts, CMP released another video plus a trailer of those to come.

The latest video shows the CEO of StemExpress, the company that purchased aborted babies from Planned Parenthood, laughing about how her lab technicians were shocked when they received fully intact aborted babies.

"Tell the lab it's coming, and they open the box and go, 'Oh God!" StemExpress CEO Cate Dyer says in the video.

Dr.Deborah Nucatola, Planned Parenthood director of Medical Services, talked about the demand for fetal organs.

"Yesterday was the first time she said people wanted lungs," Nucatola explains. "And then, like I said, always as many intact livers as possible."

In CMP's newest video, Planned Parenthood Research Director Melissa Farrell talks about providing intact baby cadavers for harvesting internal organs.

"So, if we alter our process and we are able to obtain intact fetal's all just a matter of line items," Farrell explains.

CMP suggests those "line items" apparently mean greater profit for Planned Parenthood.

In an undercover video released in July, Dr. Mary Gatter says, laughing, "We agreed that $100 would keep you happy? I want a Lamborghini. I said I want a Lamborghini. Don't we all, right?"

The buying and selling of human fetal tissue is a violation of federal law.

While LA Superior Court Judge Joanne O'Donnell has allowed the public release of the undercover videos, a StemExpress violation of privacy lawsuit against CMP will move forward.

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