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cadaver that has been donated to science arrives with a heart that has already stopped and cannot be brought back to life, rendering it useless for the research that was being conducted in a university study. During that study, fetal hearts were obtained from a broker that purchased them from a Planned Parenthood Center.

Dr. Deisher stated that the heart could only have been removed from a live baby after birth.


The lawsuit was brought by Planned Parenthood Federation of America and no less than 10 regional Planned Parenthood affiliates. Several of them are subject to an investigation in Congress for their roles in fetal organ trafficking.


Planned Parenthood was awarded nearly $470,000 in alleged security upgrade “damages” and $870,000 in punitive damages against the Defendants. Under RICO’s trebling provision, the total fee is nearly $2.3 million according to a press release from the Center for Medical Progress, the organization that Daleiden worked for while filming the undercover videos.


CMP issued a press release after the verdict that included Daleiden’s statement. “Justice was not done today in San Francisco. While top Planned Parenthood witnesses spent six weeks testifying under oath that the undercover videos are true and Planned Parenthood sold fetal organs on a quid pro quo basis, a biased judge with close Planned Parenthood ties spent six weeks influencing the jury with pre-determined rulings and suppressing the video evidence, all in order to rubber-stamp Planned Parenthood’s lawsuit attack on the First Amendment. This is a dangerous precedent for citizen journalism and First Amendment civil rights across the country, sending a message that speaking truth and facts to criticize the powerful is no longer protected by our institutions.”


Daleiden, CMP undercover investigators Adrian Lopez and Sandra Merritt, CMP itself, its undercover subsidiary BioMax Procurement Services, LLC, and two early board directors were named in the lawsuit.


The lawsuit against the publication of the undercover videos alleged fraud, trespass, breach of conduct, and eavesdropping as part of a conspiracy under the federal RICO act. The defendant’s attorneys felt the trial was unfair and promised to appeal the decision.  


Peter Breen of the Thomas More Society, which represents Daleiden stated in a press release, “This lawsuit is payback for David Daleiden exposing Planned Parenthood’s dirty business of buying and selling fetal parts and organs. Rather than face up to its heinous doings, Planned Parenthood chose to persecute the person who exposed it. I am fully confident that when this case has run its course, justice will prevail, and David will be vindicated.”


“This case puts the constitutionally guaranteed right to free speech on trial. It tests the sacred tenet of freedom of the press. Planned Parenthood decided that it was above the law. Planned Parenthood was wrong, and I am confident that we will win on appeal.” explains Thomas More Society president Tom Brejcha.


“Planned Parenthood won a temporary victory today and obtained a jury verdict in their favor against David Daleiden and his co-defendants. The verdict is the natural product of Judge Orrick’s erroneous legal rulings,” remark Lead Trial Counsel Charles LiMandri and defense attorney Paul Jonna, of the Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund, representing Daleiden, CMP, BioMax, and Adrian Lopez. “Ultimately, though, this verdict won’t stand. The court made too many mistakes and we have a tremendous record for appeal. We will continue to fight to protect the First Amendment and the rights of the unborn.” 


Pro-lifers were able to celebrate some parts of the case including Planned Parenthood admitted in a stipulation that the undercover videos accurately recorded the words their leadership said. Emails from Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast abortion leadership in Houston, TX and testimony from PPGC abortion administrator Tram Nguyen revealed they wanted to “move forward” with a draft contract in which “BioMax Procurement Services” would pay PPGC $750 per fetal liver. Dr. Mary Gatter, former Planned Parenthood Los Angeles Medical Director, testified that PPLA was paid a set fee per fetal specimen. Both examples represent an illegal transaction where the volume of marketable fetal body parts is the quid pro quo.


Leadership from PPFA’s Medical Services department testified they do not disagree with statements on the videos by former PPFA Senior Director of Medical Services Dr. Deborah Nucatola and former Planned Parenthood Orange & San Bernardino Counties Vice President Dr. Jennifer Russo about flipping fetuses in the womb to breech position in order to deliver them intact and harvest more marketable body parts, the hallmark of the criminal partial-birth abortion procedure. Dr. Nucatola testified she did not think there was anything wrong with what she described.


The leadership of Advanced Bioscience Resources, Inc. admitted they continue to harvest fetal organs and tissues at Planned Parenthood Pacific Southwest, and that they regularly receive intact fetuses for organ harvesting. Planned Parenthood witnesses failed to identify any of the information recorded in CMP’s videos as confidential or proprietary.


All of that testimony, under oath, allows the public to confirm what the pro-life camp has been saying for years. Planned Parenthood has argued that they provide a service for women that allows when and how many children she will have. Pro-lifers have argued that the organization is involved with illegal harvesting and selling human organs and body parts with disregard for human life.


The debate has long ago spilled into national politics and has very devoted voices on both sides.

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