Former organ harvester interviewed (warning: viewer discretion advised)
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, a third stealth video exposing Planned Parenthood’s trafficking in human fetal organs and tissues has been released—and its contents are chilling.
An undercover team from the nonprofit Center for Medical Progress got into a medical lab and showed a technician combing through parts of a recently aborted baby. Actors pretending to be from a biotech company discuss what they are seeing with technicians and doctors, and the money issue is as much a part of the conversation as how well-formed that kidney is.
Much of the video consists of an interview with a young woman who found a job online as a phlebotomist. She soon found that part of her duties involved sorting through baby parts.
More damning, perhaps, is a segment in which an actor playing a "buyer" stands around discussing business options with Planned Parenthood medical personnel. As they hover over a "pie dish" containng bloody specimens from an 11-and-a-half week old fetus, he states there are “three or four samples” they could have taken out of the "11-6."
“If we were doing like 50 to 75 [dollars] per specimen, that’d be like 200 to 300 [total], and we’d be comfortable with that,” the buyer says. “But stuff like this, we don’t want to be like just a flat fee of like 200, and then it’s like-“
“No, and I think a per-item thing works a little better, just because we can see how much we can get out of it,” says Dr. Savita Ginde in response.
Watch the video above, with care.