Finally, Planned Parenthood Under Investigation

Planned Parenthood under investigation by Justice Department over sale of fetal tissue

 

 

Fox News
By Brooke Singman and Jake Gibson
December 7, 2017

In a letter first obtained by Fox News, Justice Department Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs Stephen Boyd formally requested unredacted documents from the Senate Judiciary Committee, the same panel that led the congressional probe into the women’s health organization.

“The Department of Justice appreciates the offer of assistance in obtaining these materials, and would like to request the Committee provide unredacted copies of records contained in the report, in order to further the Department’s ability to conduct a thorough and comprehensive assessment of that report based on the full range of information available,” Boyd wrote.

Fox News has learned that last month, the FBI first requested the unredacted documents from the committee.

Fox News is told that Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Ranking Member Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., said they needed to receive a letter and be assured that the documents would be used for investigative purposes.

The letter, sent to Grassley and Feinstein on Thursday, is a rare confirmation by the Justice Department of a federal investigation.

At this point, the records are intended for investigative use only—we understand that a resolution from the Senate may be required if the Department were to use any of the unredacted materials in a formal legal proceeding, such as a grand jury,” Boyd also wrote.

A spokesman for the committee told Fox News on Friday that they received the Department’s “official request for unredacted copies of its 2016 report and we will work to cooperate fully.”

In that final report entitled “Human Fetal Tissue Research: Context and Controversy” published in December 2016, Grassley referred Planned Parenthood and other providers to the FBI for investigation.

The federal investigation by the Trump administration will reopen the years-long debate on whether Planned Parenthood and other providers violated the law with the illegal sale of body parts.

Read the article HERE.

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FINALLY!

Now that Planned Parenthood no longer has the protection of Obama, maybe we can get to the bottom of this horrendous  “murder for profit scheme” against this group.

Abortions should be emergency for specific ages and reasons, not because some female decides she won’t take responsibility for her own actions.  The parts of aborted fetuses should NEVER be allowed to be used to profit the seller. 

I want justice served, our taxes taken away, and those who callously used this means of getting wealthy put in prison.

–Uriel–

 

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6 Responses to Finally, Planned Parenthood Under Investigation

  1. vonmesser says:

    When I see indictments I will start to believe.

  2. Whitetop says:

    Does the Senate committee now drag their feet and refuse to give information to DOJ? Is any agency or congressional committee really ready to go after PP? I agree Von; show me the paperwork.

  3. This is just another scene in the Kabuki Theater that the DoJ like to put on.
    At first word of this, the DoJ should have been all over this like flies on shit.
    Not only is this PP a disgrace to America but it’s also a disgrace to humanity as a whole.

    They’re selling of human body parts – WTF??? Why weren’t these assholes arrested and their operation shut down, cold?

    And WHY was Project Veritas prosecuted for exposing a crime. The “illegal” exposure of a crime” is NOT a crime, in and of itself. “Crime” does NOT” have rights and any exposure, thereof, is unprosecutable” under the law.

    Equate Veritas with a clandestine operation exposing a suicide bomber in NY. Would THAT be wrong? I think not. It would be relished, instead.

    I’d have them all in prison, in the footsteps of Dr. Mengele, and they’d never see the light of day again (except for the time they’re stood, tied to a pole, awaiting the firing squad).