Even those who disagree with David Daleiden and his techniques but care about how the legal actions against him could define press freedom need to follow this case.
Undercover journalist and anti-abortion activist David Daleiden was arraigned Friday on 10 felony counts for his videotape exposés of the abortion industry’s trafficking of aborted baby body parts.
A California judge ruled to let the criminal trial proceed against David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt for their undercover videos of Planned Parenthood’s illegal baby body part trafficking.
The country’s largest abortion provider sued undercover journalists after the 2015 release of a series of investigative videos that exposed Planned Parenthood’s trafficking in fetal parts.
The jury in a federal civil trial ruled Daleiden and his colleagues at the Center for Medical Progress must pay Planned Parenthood $870,000.
In an ABC News ’20/20′ investigation from 2000, Chris Wallace said reporters went undercover ‘to find out for ourselves how these companies do business.’ Daleiden is being prosecuted for the same thing.
‘We’re not going into the truth of abortion procedures. I’ve excluded that,’ said Judge William Orrick during the trial of Planned Parenthood v. David Daleiden.
The next Democratic debate is coming up soon, and it would be a great opportunity to push the candidates on their views on abortion.
Planned Parenthood has successfully kept significant evidence related to babies born alive during abortion and fetal tissue trafficking barred from its lawsuit against David Daleiden.
In the last two weeks, details have emerged about Planned Parenthood’s gruesome trafficking of whole fetuses with attached heads and beating baby hearts.
‘The attorney general had no evidence whatsoever that these were private conversations that nobody could overhear,’ said citizen journalist David Daleiden.
The California attorney general filed a motion for gag order late Tuesday in an attempt to prevent citizen journalist and pro-life activist David Daleiden and his legal team from publicly discussing the witnesses who illegally trafficked aborted baby body parts.
Why would journalists supposedly concerned about the First Amendment ignore the case of David Daleiden, prosecuted by former California attorney general Kamala Harris?
Democrats’ embrace of extreme abortion ideology is producing some strange policy proposals increasingly divorced from reality.
The nine-day hearing is the first time multiple Planned Parenthood leaders have testified in court since undercover videos surfaced of them harvesting aborted baby body parts.
Lawyers for undercover journalist David Daleiden have motioned for charges in California to be dismissed after evidence suggests a search warrant lacked probable cause.
Harris exemplifies time and time again that her allegiance to political ideology is more important than her allegiance to upholding justice.
The kerfuffle over CNN’s hiring of Sarah Isgur and her views on Planned Parenthood exposes why the mainstream media needs more conservatives.
The court ruling refutes Planned Parenthood’s own talking points about how the CMP videos were “highly edited.”
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