…even though the baby might be born alive.
The Center for Medical Progress (CMP) released a new video that provides more evidence of Planned Parenthood killing babies in a way to preserve the bodies intact to sell to tissue companies.
Featured in the video is Dr. Jennefer Russo, a Planned Parenthood medical director who said that her abortion mill employer works with tissue companies Da Vinci Biosciences, LLC, and DV Biologics, LLC.
Russo, by the way, kills babies up to 24 weeks.
A CMP operative asked Russo if her clinic used a baby-killing method similar to one Dr. Deborah Nucatola (who makes a brief appearance) uses, an ultrasound-guided procedure to turn the baby feet first to get an intact dead baby to sell. Nucatola is the abortionist who talked about aborted babies’ hearts, lungs, and livers while munching on salad and sipping wine.
“Yeah, we like to do that too,” Russo said about her fellow abortionist’s methods. The U.S. Supreme Court in 2007 upheld a law that bans partial-birth abortion.
From CMP (emphasis added):
Russo also divulges that her Planned Parenthood affiliate is not using digoxin, the chemical used as feticide in later 2nd-trimester abortions to kill the fetus and prevent a live birth, due to a nationwide supply shortage. Without a feticidal procedure like digoxin, it is possible for a fetus extracted intact during an abortion to be born alive.
Asked a second time about producing intact fetuses in late 2nd-trimester cases for organ harvesting, Russo admits, “It happens sometimes, but it’s pretty rare.” She continues with a smile, “But, we try.”
David Daleiden, the CMP founder indicted by a Texas grand jury for his role in exposing Planned Parenthood’s baby-parts selling operation, said that although the abortion giant’s “political and PR cronies work overtime to cover-up the revelations of its illicit baby parts trade, Planned Parenthood’s interstate criminal scheme to harvest and sell aborted baby parts continues without any transparency or accountability.”
The high court is set to hear arguments in a case about a pro-life law in Texas that raises the standard of care for abortion mills.
“The fact that a community like Orange County, CA, is open for business for baby body parts makes clear the need for law enforcement and elected officials to hold Planned Parenthood accountable,” Daleiden said. “And as the Supreme Court prepares to hear a landmark abortion business regulation case, Planned Parenthood’s baby parts scheme sends an urgent message about the critical need for States to have strong regulatory authority over the abortion industry.”