Report: Colorado State University Bought Aborted Baby Parts From Planned Parenthood Client

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On Tuesday video was released showing Top Planned Parenthood abortion Director Dr. Deborah Nucatola was caught on tape describing how the organization sells baby organs.

Life News released the video.

Dr. Nucatola was munching on a salad as she described the barbaric practice.

Dr. Nucatola (over salad): “I don’t know that they’re doing with it. I guess they want muscle.”
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Dr. Deborah Nucatola: “Maybe they want muscle… A lot of people want liver.”

Later Tuesday Planned Parenthood admitted they get $30 to $100 for each aborted baby body part.

Now this…
Colorado State University bought aborted baby body parts from Planned Parenthood client StemExpress.
Life News reported:

Yesterday a shocking video released by the Center for Medical Progress showed Planned Parenthood’s Medical Director, Dr. Deborah Nucatola, discussing their negotiations with a business called Stem Express that purchases aborted babies’ body parts for experimentation.

Dr. Nucatola tells investigators posing as buyers from a human biologics company that Planned Parenthood charges per-specimen for baby body parts and is aware of their own liability for doing so. Unbelievably, she also explains that some body parts, such as livers and heads, are much more popular and go for a higher price than other specimen.

Now this scandal has come to Colorado.

On January 10, 2013, Colorado State University purchased fetal body parts from Planned Parenthood’s flagship abortion facility in San Jose, California via a company called StemExpress.  In total, nine specimens were harvested from eight different aborted babies killed in abortions at that Planned Parenthood clinic and the purchase order reveals CSU bought two body parts, including an aborted baby’s liver.

At the time, StemExpress paid Planned Parenthood $50 per specimen, which means that in one day they received $450. Additionally, Stem Express harvested body parts from Planned Parenthood facilities in Fresno, Sacramento and Stockton.

The documentation from StemExpress (below) reveals that Leila Remling, an employee of CSU’s Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology Department, purchased the body parts.

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