Planned Parenthood Sued for Selling Aborted Baby Body Parts

Planned Parenthoos Dued For Selling Aborted Baby TissueLast year when the undercover videos of Planned Parenthood discussing the sale of aborted baby body parts were revealed by the Center for Medical Progress, Planned Parenthood blatantly denied their content and accused CMP of doctoring their videos and outright lying. In fact, they colluded with elected officials to have CMP founder, David Daleiden, arrested and charged. This was in an effort to scare off other potential whistleblowers on Planned Parenthood.

In July all of these fraudulent charges were dismissed and Daleiden has been cleared of all wrongdoing. Meanwhile, a House Select Investigative Panel and other state agencies have been investigating Planned Parenthood and its involvement in the illegal profitmaking on the sale of aborted baby body parts.

The relationship between Planned Parenthood and two California medical companies exposed in one of the videos has now resulted in a lawsuit against them by the Orange County District Attorney Office. According to CMP these companies were providing kickbacks to Planned Parenthood for providing access to aborted baby body parts.

DV Biologics and DaVinci Biosciences have been charged with selling hundreds of aborted baby hearts, lungs, and brains for profit and treating them as commodities. According to the charges, these companies frequently offered 25 per cent off promotion sales to increase their income. The regular prices were up to $1,100 for brain tissue, $375 for lung tissue, and $700 for heart tissue.

Planned Parenthood has earned millions of dollars from their abortion business and the sale of aborted baby body parts. Meanwhile, they have hidden behind the shield of providing important medical services to women like breast cancer testing, which was also a complete lie on their part. In fact, over the past year the President of Planned Parenthood had to admit to Congress that none of their offices even have a mammogram machine for breast cancer screening. Exposed again.