While sorting the late abortionist’s property, his family discovered 2,246 medically preserved fetal remains. State and federal investigations are forthcoming.
Abortion apologists are now distancing themselves from abortionist Ulrich George Klopfer, who was recently found to have kept the remains of more than 2,000 babies. But they weren’t before.
U.S. scientists are outraged over gene editing on babies in China, yet silent about the federally expanded market for aborted baby parts here in the United States.
The Center for Medical Progress submitted evidence to a federal judge to back up a new accusation Planned Parenthood may have lied to Congress.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a lower court ruling on a Texas case related to fetal cremation laws on Sunday.
Planned Parenthood claims a law requiring them not to throw aborted fetuses in the trash is bad because unborn children are not persons, so their remains are not the remains of persons.
I feel almost embarrassed having to point this out to a grown woman, but nevertheless it seems necessary: aborted fetuses are deceased humans.
A California court tossed 14 of 15 criminal charges against journalists who recorded high-level Planned Parenthood employees discussing trafficking the body parts of aborted babies
Texas will now require abortion clinics to bury the babies they’ve killed—a law that has the pro-abortion community fuming.
In the newly released video, the medical director for Planned Parenthood Los Angeles is seen haggling over the price she’ll pay for aborted baby remains.
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