FBI demands answers on sale of baby body parts

By Bob Unruh

David Daleiden

David Daleiden

Those 2015 undercover videos showing Planned Parenthood executives and others setting up lucrative payments for the body parts of unborn babies the abortionists could deliver to middlemen who then sold them to researchers are in the news again.

With word that the FBI now is seeking the unredacted originals that a congressional committee reviewed before recommending that the FBI investigate for possible prosecutions.

The Hill is reporting the request from the FBI to the Senate is “signaling agents may be investigating whether Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers illegally sold fetal tissue and body parts.”

The report quoted the organization’s sources saying the request to the FBI was from the Senate Judiciary Committee. It was the chief of that committee, Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, who referred the abortionists to the FBI last year.

At the time, the committee reportedly found evidence to show “abortion providers had transferred tissue and body parts from aborted fetuses to firms for use in research by charging dollar amounts above their actual costs,” the report said.

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Federal law allows abortion providers to recover their costs when they transfer fetal tissue to middlemen for resale to researchers, but they are not allowed to profit.

Both the DOJ and the FBI declined comment, the Hill said, regarding the issue raised by the 2015 release of multiple undercover videos created by David Daleiden and his Center for Medical Progress. In those videos, various Planned Parenthood and other abortion industry players talked about the baby body parts trade, one Planned Parenthood executive arguing for more pay because, “I want a Lamborghini.”

But Planned Parenthood’s Dana Singiser said the abortion business disagreed with the recommendation it should be investigated.

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