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So the kid (Gabriel) who survived her mother's abortion decision is the same 37 month old fetus that was aborted in the video?
Daleiden's organization set up a fake biomedical research company, called Biomax Procurement Services. Under this guise, they posed as potential buyers of aborted fetal tissue and organs, and secretly recorded Planned Parenthood officials during meetings. CMP released edited versions of these videos, which it promoted as showing Planned Parenthood officials "price haggling over ‘baby parts'".
When the full, unedited, videos became available, they instead showed "a Planned Parenthood executive repeatedly saying its clinics want to cover their costs, not make money, when donating fetal tissue from abortions for scientific research."
According to the lawyer for Planned Parenthood, Roger K. Evans, Biomax proposed “sham procurement contracts,” offering US$1,600 for liver and thymus fetal tissues.
originally posted by: silo13
Well here I go off to the HOAX bin! Thank you for pointing it out. I hadn't heard the 'rest of the story' concerning that Planned Parenthood crap that went on a while back.
I appreciate you doing what you can to keep ATS free from hoaxes - believe it or not. I wouldn't have posted it had I known. That being said - with such heated issues I'll have to be a little more diligent in the future.
An undercover investigator from Abortion-Free New Mexico, identified only as Felicia, went into Southwestern Women’s Options at 37 weeks pregnant. She’d had two tests during her pregnancy that indicated her baby had trisomy 18.
“If we are to see you here in the clinic, it would be $17,000” for the entire procedure, a Southwestern Women’s Options employee told Felicia. The employee was Susana Estorga, according to Abortion-Free New Mexico.
Felicia said throughout her pregnancy that medical professionals brought up abortion to her “three different times” and focused on how difficult life would be if she chose not to kill her baby.
“It wasn’t talking positive about keeping the baby and how some parents make a good life for the baby,” she told Abortion-Free New Mexico’s Tara Shaver. “I didn’t hear anything like that.” “Not once when I talked to the genetic counselor did I hear” about parents who didn’t abort their babies with trisomy 18, said Felicia.
Inside Southwestern Women’s Options, Felicia wasn’t allowed to bring her sister back into her consultation appointment with her.
Estorga explained to Felicia that the late-term abortion would begin with an injection to cause her baby to have a heart attack. “The first day after you checked in, filled out paperwork, then met with the doctor, part of the procedure that happens that day is a fetal injection which lowers the heart rate and eventually stops it,” the abortion worker said. “It takes about four to six hours to stop” the baby’s heart.
A small number of adults (usually girls) with Trisomy 18 have and are living into their twenties and thirties, although with significant developmental delays that do not allow them to live independently without full time caregiving.
Intracardiac potassium chloride and intrafetal or intra-amniotic digoxin injections are the pharmacologic agents used most often to induce fetal demise. In the last several years, induction of fetal demise has become more common before second-trimester abortion.
originally posted by: dawnstar
a reply to: fiverx313
genitic testing aren't done via ultrasound..
although if something was picked up through an ultrasound, there probably would have been further testing done, including ultrasounds to determine the condition of the fetus more than likely. I wonder if this women would have decided differently if the ultrasounds had picked up significant problems changing that 1 in 80 risk factor to a definitive yes!!