- Sometimes, babies are delivered before Planned Parenthood is able to kill them via drugs. These babies are still harvested: “Sometimes, if someone is able to deliver before a procedure, then we are intact…we try for that not to happen.”
- Though the pay is technically for transport only, it differs depending on the specimens being transported, meaning that separate organs have different monetary compensations for Planned Parenthood. Put another way: They are trying to make a profit [Same video]:Buyer: “So compensation could be specific to the specimen? Planned Parenthood Associate: “Okay….We would need criteria for what makes something usable or not.”
- They know they are breaking the law, and admit as much: Planned Parenthood Associate: Gatter: So that’s an interesting concept. Let me explain to you a little bit of a problem, which may not be a big problem, if our usual technique is suction, at 10 to 12 weeks, and we switch to using an IPAS or something with less suction, and increase the odds that it will come out as an intact specimen, then we’re kind of violating the protocol that says to the patient,“We’re not doing anything different in our care of you.” – Febraury 6, 2015 interview
Lydia McGrew reports that they admit in the interview that they may deliver babies alive before killing them. I’ve had trouble finding that, and await her clarification.
Remember: Though technically the cost is compensation for transport only, it is dependent on the value of specific baby parts. Maybe you could kind of stretch that to say they’re not selling baby parts, but I think you probably know that that’s what they mean, and you’re lying. Or dumb. Or both.
I’m not in the mood to play games with pro-choicers.