by Claire Chretien, LifeSiteNews.com
The biomedical company accused of contracting with Planned Parenthood to harvest and sell aborted baby body parts has dropped its lawsuit against the pro-life undercover investigators at the Center for Medical Progress (CMP), and are walking away with nothing.
CMP’s exposure of Planned Parenthood’s baby body parts business via its undercover journalism showed that the company, StemExpress, was intimately involved with collecting aborted babies. In September, the Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives voted to hold StemExpress in contempt of Congress for stonewalling its investigation into the baby body parts scandal.
In July 2015, StemExpress requested a judge issue a gag order preventing CMP from releasing video footage of its CEO Cate Dyer at a business dinner. In the video, Dyer discussed obtaining fully intact baby bodies from abortions, leading to questions about how such abortions were committed. Dyer also discussed seeking “another 50 livers a week” from a “volume institution” like Planned Parenthood, and asserted that supplying fetal tissue should be “profitable” for abortion facilities.
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