It appears that - potentially, anyway - the Center For Medical Progress's Planned Parenthood Cannibalism IX: Fall Out may be the series installment that finally bags some baby-killer scalps:
Somebody in the abortion industry is breaking a Minnesota law that bans the sale or donation of aborted babies' body parts.
That's the conclusion of numerous elected officials, who are renewing calls to investigate Planned Parenthood in the wake of undercover videos about the harvesting and sale of fetal organs and tissue.
The Minnesota law at issue is Section 145.1621, which only allows fetal remains to be disposed of through “cremation, interment by burial, or in a manner directed by the commissioner of health,” the latter option applying only when the first two are somehow impossible. Furthermore, subdivision 4 also states that tests can be performed on the remains only to “complete laboratory tests necessary for the health of the woman or her future offspring or for purposes of a criminal investigation or determination of parentage[.]” Somehow I don't think that slicing into living babies' faces to rip out their brains falls into any of those categories.
Planned Parenthood's and Advance Bioscience Resources' PR defense has been to flagrantly and brazenly lie by flatly denying that they engage in illegal fetal organ harvesting. A tellingly and defiantly lame gambit given that they're not bothering to try and euphemize their assembly-line brutality but instead, in the vilest totalitarian tradition, insisting that it doesn't exist. Which Planned Parenthood Cannibalism IX transparently contradicts:
Perrin Larton, the Procurement Manager for Advanced Bioscience Resources, Inc. (ABR), says she procures fetal organs and tissue from abortion facilities "in San Diego, in Oregon, in Minnesota, and soon we will be starting in New Jersey and Philadelphia." [emphasis added]
It ought to be an open and shut case. ABR and Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota should be doomed, right?
Are you forgetting which party runs the Gopher State?:
Governor Mark Dayton accused Republicans of "full-time grandstanding," saying, "As far as I'm concerned there's no basis for an investigation at taxpayer expense into a private nonprofit organization that has stated they don't engage in those practices here in Minnesota."
Lieutenant-Governor Tina Smith - who was part of the Planned Parenthood affiliate's leadership - agrees. Smith is a former vice president for external affairs at PPMNS. [emphasis added]
Once the Left can no longer bamboozle the public about their crimes, they pretend they don't exist. When that no longer works, they stonewall. When that no longer works, they just use their power to squash their pursuers. Because they're all above the law, and the law is designed not to be applied equally and justly, but as a weapon against their subjects and their opponents.
I wonder where they could ever have gotten that idea....
Minnesota House Speaker Kurt Daudt, R-31A today told Life Site News through a spokesperson that the State's Democrat leadership has turned a blind eye to a burgeoning scandal, and justice must be enforced at once.
Don't hold your breath, Mr. Speaker, don't hold your breath.