This conversation is awful enough. But over lunch?  Nazi “doctor” Josef Mengele had nothing on this woman.  Sounds like a network of butchers.

Do they obtain true “informed consent” from these girls before they cut apart their babies?  Do they just steal the body parts from these girls, converting them for their own use and profit?  Or do they enter into valid contracts with them for the sale of the body parts?  Do they negotiate fairly or engage in deceptive trade practices?  Do they discount the cost of the abortion in exchange for the transfer of title to the body parts? Is there a criminal enterprise in action subject to racketeering claims?  The questions abound.

The hue and cry should go out.



  1. Donna Sutton says:

    Jim and I watched for just a few moments in horror at these ladies having lunch and wine while discussing this act that we could not have imagined possible. My comment to Jim is that we are a wicked and depraved people. How long will God allow us to sin against Him and spare our nation of His judgement? Your articles are great! So glad to be on your list.



  2. Planned Parenthood’s reply: “A well funded group established for the purpose of damaging Planned Parenthood’s mission and services has promoted a heavily edited, secretly recorded videotape that falsely portrays Planned Parenthood’s participation in tissue donation programs that support lifesaving scientific research.”

    Criminals all over America should rejoice at this precedent: As long as a WELL FUNDED organization with intentions of DAMAGING your mission (insert criminal activity — murder, theft, rape, etc) presents evidence that has at any point been edited, you should be fine.

    How’s the funding of the FBI these days? State law enforcement getting a good amount of money? If so, that fact should raise suspicions as to whether any criminal activity they find is authentic. After all, they’re all getting paid to catch crooks.

    As for the heavy editing and the false portrayal: the well funded organization in question has posted a full-length (3 hours!), unedited version of their video online. Watching it, it’s almost like you get to be there, listening to graphic descriptions of how parts of babies are strategically “crushed” in order to save a liver in support “lifesaving research.”

    And all for under $100.


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