BREAKING: Fifth Video Shows Planned Parenthood Official Willing to Sell Whole Baby Bodies For Intact Parts

Katie Pavlich
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Posted: Aug 04, 2015 12:05 PM
BREAKING: Fifth Video Shows Planned Parenthood Official Willing to Sell Whole Baby Bodies For Intact Parts

A fifth undercover video just released by the Center for Medical Progress shows Director of Research for Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast Melissa Farrell discussing how abortionists "adjust" abortion procedures to keep entire baby bodies [cadavers] intact in order to best provide, and sell, wanted body parts.

"We can get creative about when and where, and under what conditions we can um, interject something that is specific to the tissue procurement needs," Farrell says. "If we alter our process, we are able to obtain intact fetal cadavers, then we can make it part of the budget that any dissections are this, and splitting the specimens in different shipments in this. I mean, that's, it's all just a matter of line items." 

"Take whatever they want," Farrell added about the benefits of selling whole baby bodies, preferably at 22 weeks of age [5 1/2 months]. 

An undercover journalist posing as a representative from a tissue procurement company is shown asking, "Could you adjust the procedure if you knew, okay they need, high volume of this...could you match that in 18-22 week [gestation] neural [brain] specimens..." 

Farrell is seen saying "mhmm" multiple times. She is also seen discussing higher prices for certain specimens outside of the cost of transfer and procurement. 

"When I'm working with our clinical trials and all of our specimen collection, additional specimen collection needs, I'm pretty bullish about getting as much information as I can prior to budgeting," she said. 

Undercover investigators were given a tour of the abortion facility and show freshly procured baby parts that could be sold.

"We've had a really long day and they're all mixed up in a bag," an lab worker is seen saying while laughing out loud.

Yesterday the Senate failed to defund Planned Parenthood when Republican fell short of needed votes, but lawmakers say the fight is far from over.

This post has been updated with additional information.