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originally posted by: Gryphon66
originally posted by: notmyrealname
If someone is violating the law, a non-disclosure agreement can not be enforced against you for reporting the violation.
A statement that, while true in most cases, has absolutely NOTHING to do with anything I posted.
Not the link to the actual CNN article. Not anything I said about it.
The Center for Medical Progress, in another one of its illegal confidence games, fraudulently attempted to have PP sign a contract which would have broken the law.
This was refused by their legal team.
originally posted by: Gryphon66
originally posted by: OptimisticCynic
a reply to: krosnos
So selling fetus parts is faux outrage?
Seems to me if there's anything to actually be outraged about its killing babies and selling their body parts
Wow some people's thinking
Perhaps you'll have a more salient point when someone kills a baby and sells its parts?
originally posted by: KesleyJ
Why do people call it a woman's right to choose????????
You have the right to CHOOSE to:
- have your partner wear a condom
- refrain from sex
- use birth control
- be homosexual
You do not have the right to kill someone after YOUR CHOICES created it. Choice comes before the baby is conceived, not after.
I do not understand why liberals don't get it. When are people going to call murder murder. And this is coming from a black woman who's neighborhood is the customer base for Planned Parenthood and other operations.
Here’s a snippet of a conversation about how hard it is to ship severed baby heads.
You read that right… And everyone gets a good laugh.
Cate Dyer laughs and jokes about researchers being squeamish about receiving baby parts in the mail:
SE: As you probably know, one of the issues with neural tissue, it’s so fragile. It’s insanely fragile. And I don’t even know — I was gonna say, I know we get requests for neural, it’s the hardest thing in the world to ship.
Buyer: You do it as the whole calvarium.
SE: Yeah, that’s the easiest way. And we’ve actually had good success with that.
Buyer: Make sure the eyes are closed!
SE: Yeah! [laughter] Tell the lab it’s coming!
SE: They’ll open the box, go, ”Oh God!” [laughter] So yeah, so many of the academic labs cannot fly like that, they’re not capable.
Buyer: Why is that? I don’t understand that.
SE: It’s almost like they don’t want to know where it comes from. I can see that. Where they’re like, “We need limbs, but no hands and feet need to be attached.” And you’re like, ? Or they want long bones, and they want you to take it all off, like, make it so that we don’t know what it is.
Buyer: Bone the chicken for me and then we’ll—
SE: That’s it.
Buyer: And then I’ll eat it, but.
SE: But we know what it is. I mean, [laughter], but their lab.
Buyer: But then it goes to that whole stigma.
SE: Oh yeah. And their lab techs freak out, and have meltdowns, and so it’s just like, yeah. I think, quite frankly, that’s why a lot of researchers ultimately, some of them want to get into other things. They want to look at bone marrow, they want to look at adipose — sort of adult human, kind of adult based sampling. They want to avoid publishing a paper that says it was derived from fetal tissue.