In an EIGHTH damning video released by the Centre for Medical Progress, the CEO of baby parts buying company StemExpress admits that Planned Parenthood sells intact fetuses, and describes the organisation as “a volume institution.”
While sipping red wine, Cate Dyer also laughs about wanting “another fifty livers a week” from aborted babies, while weirdly laughing about how dirty and bacteria-laden abortion clinics are.
The full video was released today, after a short portion was initially released Friday, following the lifting of a restraining order on CMP, brought about by a desperate StemExpress, which has since distanced itself from Planned Parenthood.
“Oh yeah, if you have intact cases — which we’ve done a lot — we sometimes ship those back to our lab in its entirety,” Dyer says.
“Tell the lab it’s coming,” she laughs referring to the intact unborn fetuses. “You know, open the box and go ‘Oh my God.’”
Dyer also laughs about labs not being comfortable working with dead babies, “But we know what it is. I mean, [laughter], but their lab.” she says.
Dyer admits that StemExpress procures “a lot” of intact fetuses, and when asked “What would make your lab happy?” by one of the undercover reporters, Dyer responds “Another 50 livers a week,” also agreeing abortion clinics should profit from the sale of the organs.
“We’re working with almost like triple digit number clinics,” Dyer adds, “and we still need more.” Later on in the footage she states that “Planned Parenthood has volume, because they are a volume institution.”
“So many physicians are like, ‘Oh I can totally procure tissue,’ and they can’t,” says Dyer, in what could be construed as an admission that Planned Parenthood alters the standard abortion procedure, and breaks federal law, in order to get intact organs and tissue from fetuses.
StemExpress has an annual revenue of $4.5 million. It is unknown how much it profits from selling on aborted tissue to labs and ‘research’ facilities.
Dyer claimed Friday that her comments in the footage have been taken out of context, and that she never said Planned Parenthood sells intact fetuses. Perhaps she is banking on the media and politicians once again not bothering to watch the entire video.
“My use of the term ‘intact cases’ is a medical term of art that refers solely to ‘intact livers,’ as there was absolutely no mention of ‘intact fetuses’ at any point,” Dyer said in a company release. “Consistent with the company’s prior public statements, StemExpress has never requested, received or provided to a researcher an ‘intact fetus.’”
“The suction destroys everything and it gets to the point where I mean you could look at 60 cases and get nothing,” she claimed. “It’s just red water by the time it gets to us.”
Within the video, Dyer also discusses and laughs about the unsanitary conditions of abortion clinics (Why is the subject matter of abortion funny to these people?)
“I’ve seen really rampant, rampant problems with bacteria in certain clinics.” Dyer says before laughing. “Some where you’re kind of in question of should they really, you know…” once again ending the sentence with laughter.
“I’ve seen staph come out of clinics… I’ve seen all sorts of things come out of clinics.” Dyer adds.
— Brent Bozell (@BrentBozell) August 25, 2015
David Daleiden, the head of CMP, issued a statement on the latest video:
“StemExpress is the ‘weakest link’ that unravels Planned Parenthood’s baby parts chain–they readily admit the profit-motive that Planned Parenthood and their proxies have in supplying aborted baby parts,” he said.
“Congress and law enforcement should immediately seize all fetal tissue files from StemExpress and all communications and contracts with Planned Parenthood. The evidence that Planned Parenthood profits from the sale of aborted baby parts is now overwhelming, and not one more dime of taxpayer money should go to their corrupt and fraudulent criminal enterprise.” Daleiden urged.
Steve Watson is a London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’ Infowars.com, and Prisonplanet.com. He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University.