The Center for Medical Progress has released a ninth video today revealing more details about Planned Parenthood’s organ-trafficking scheme, including rampant disease contamination in its abortion centers.
“[There are] rampant problems with bacteria in certain clinics,” StemExpress CEO Cate Dyer says in the video. “Some where you’re kind of like in question of really, should they really, you know… I’ve seen staph [infections] come out of clinics… I’ve seen all sorts of things come out of clinics.”
According to the video, StemExpress has partnered with Planned Parenthood since 2010. Dyer explained that her company works with “almost triple-digit-number [Planned Parenthood] clinics.” One hundred clinics is about one-seventh of all Planned Parenthood clinic locations.
Dyer said the huge demand for liver has driven “procurement experts” to ship intact baby bodies back to the lab to harvest liver themselves, because abortionists often confuse blood clots for livers, Dyer explained.
“If you had intact cases, which we’ve done a lot, we sometimes ship those back to our labs in its entirety,” Dyer claimed.
Toward the end of the video, Dyer said all the Planned Parenthood clinics she’s worked with believe the organ-trafficking scheme is profitable.
In the video, Dyer also admitted that StemExpress often ships whole baby heads to its labs to preserve their “fragile” neural tissue.
“[We] [t]ell the lab it’s coming, so they don’t open the box and go ‘Oh God!'” Dyer said.
Many scientists are squeamish about using baby parts in their research, and try to use adult organs and bone marrow instead, Dyer noted. The ones who do order baby parts from StemExpress will often request that the parts be dismembered beyond recognition, so that lab technicians will not feel bad about using baby organs.
But the stigma hasn’t slowed down the organ traffickers or abortionists from their work.
“Planned Parenthood has volume,” Dyer said. “Because they’re a volume institution.”