California AG to Investigate Group That Exposed Planned Parenthood Baby Parts Harvesting Program
They exposed Planned Parenthood’s aborted baby parts harvesting program.
Now they must be punished.
The Center for Medical Progress released video this week showing Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s Medical Directors’ Council President, Dr. Mary Gatter, haggling over payments for intact fetal specimens.
In the video Dr. Mary Gatter haggles over aborted baby parts.
California Democratic Attorney General will investigate the group that exposed Planned Parenthood’s ghoulish baby organ harvesting program.
But Planned Parenthood will get a pass.
FOX News reported:
California Attorney General Kamala Harris announced Friday she plans to review two undercover videos released by anti-abortion activists aimed at discrediting Planned Parenthood’s procedures for providing fetal tissue to researchers to see if any law was broken in the filming.
Harris made the announcement in a letter to four Democratic members of Congress who had requested the investigation, saying she’ll use her office’s authority to regulate charity organizations to see if the organization that made the videos violated registration or reporting requirements, or broke any other rules.
“We will carefully review the allegations raised in your letter to determine whether there were any violations of California law,” Harris said in the letter to four members of the U.S. House of Representatives.
She said her office will look into “allegations that individuals impersonated corporate officials from a fake biologics company, resulting in the release of secretly filmed videos of Planned Parenthood physicians without their consent.”
Harris, a Democrat, plans to run for the U.S. Senate in 2016.
The videos show Dr. Mary Gatter, a Planned Parenthood medical director in Southern California, meeting with people posing as possible buyers of intact fetal specimens. The conversation is centered of the cost of the specimens.
David Daleiden of the Center for Medical Progress, the group that released the videos, contends it follows all applicable laws when making videos that he called investigative journalism.