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It’s ‘Fun’ To Dissect Fetuses: New Planned Parenthood Video – Just like selling popcorn at the theater

Horrific indeed…..
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The Center for Medical Progress on Tuesday released a fifth undercover video in its campaign targeting Planned Parenthood, this time focusing on a facility in Texas.

In this latest edited 16-minute installment, the head of research for Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast, Melissa Farrell, is seen bragging about her branch’s track record of fetal tissue sales and its ability to deliver fully intact fetal organs to clients.

On April 9, 2015, actors posing as representatives of a human biologics company met with Farrell at the Planned Parenthood center in Houston to discuss the prospect of obtaining intact fetal cadavers for the purposes of medical research.

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Director of research for Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast, Melissa Farrell, met with actors posing as representatives of a human biologics company back in April to discuss procuring intact fetus organs

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High praise: During a lunchtime meeting, the female participant in the sting heaps praise on the Planned Parenthood boss for her ability to recognize the financial benefits in ‘getting the right specimen and getting it intact’

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Bragging rights: Farrell boasts to her companions that the specimen sales from her department contribute significantly to Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast’s bottom line
‘Where we probably have an edge over other organizations, our organization has been doing research for many many years,’ explains Farrell.
She adds that when researchers need a specific body part from an aborted fetus, ‘We bake that into our contract, and our protocol, that we follow this, so we deviate from our standard in order to do that.’
If we alter our process, and we are able to obtain intact fetal cadavers, we can make it part of the budget that any dissections are this, and splitting the specimens into different shipments is this. It’s all just a matter of line items.
Melissa Farrell
Under federal law, altering an abortion procedure to obtain organs is illegal.
She later says: ‘Telling you this, so we can get creative about when and where, and under what conditions can we interject something that is specific to the tissue procurement needs.’
The investigator inquires: ‘Can you alter, if we say, we need a liver?’
Farrell goes on to explain that the condition of harvested organs depends on many factors, including the patient’s anatomy, length of gestation and the placement of the fetus in the uterus.
‘We’re going to potentially be able to have some that will be more or less intact, and then some that will not be… but it’s something that we can look at exploring how we can make that happen so we have a higher chance,’ she notes.
Asked specifically if this means Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast can change abortion procedures to extract intact fetal tissues for research, Farrell affirms: ‘Some of our doctors in the past have projects and they’re collecting the specimens, so they do it in a way that they get the best specimens, so I know it can happen.’
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The video concludes with a trip to Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast’s pathological laboratory, where the undercover duo ask to see fresh fetal body parts
The female undercover volunteer then launches into a discussion of the ‘business end’ of the transaction, telling Farrell that the compensation for specific specimens would be higher, ‘Because we know you’re going to run into problems.’
Farrell responds by saying that the higher price for intact organs could be ‘framed‘ as costs associated with a later-term abortion, possible complications and ‘administrative burden.’
‘If we alter our process, and we are able to obtain intact fetal cadavers, we can make it part of the budget that any dissections are this, and splitting the specimens into different shipments is this,’ she sums up for her would-be clients. ‘It’s all just a matter of line items.’
The bogus tissue buyer clarifies: ‘so that our compensation that’s higher to you for our specific specimen intact could be built into that.’
The video then skips ahead to a lunchtime meeting between the buyers and Farrell, during which the female participant in the sting heaps praise on the Planned Parenthood boss for her ability to recognize the financial benefits in ‘getting the right specimen and getting it intact’ by changing the abortion procedure ‘just a little bit.’
Between mouthfuls of food, Farrell boasts to her companions that the specimen sales from her department contribute significantly to Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast’s bottom line.
‘I think everyone realizes, especially because my department contributes so much to the bottom line of our organization here, you know we’re one of the largest affiliates, our research department is the largest in the United States. Larger than any the other affiliates’ combined,’ Farrell brags.
During a hearing in the Texas State Senate July 29, former Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast clinic director Abby Johnson estimated that the branch had previously earned as much as $120,000 a month off of aborted fetal tissue.
Earlier last month, Cecile Richards, the president of the organization, said in a TV interview that Planned Parenthood has done nothing illegal and is the target of a political smear campaign by anti-abortion activists.
The video concludes with a trip to Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast’s pathological laboratory, where the undercover duo ask to see fresh fetal body parts to judge the quality of the specimens.
A lab worker responds with a chuckle that they ‘had a really long day’ and that all of the organs ‘are mixed up together in a bag.’
The workers then proceed to show the fake ‘buyers’ a tray of body parts belonging to an aborted a 20-week twin.
The graphic footage depicts the Center or Medical Progress volunteers rummaging through human tissue and picking out intestines, lungs, limbs and eyeballs.

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