StemExpress CEO Admits to Selling Beating Hearts, Intact Heads of Aborted Babies

StemExpress CEO Admits to Selling Beating Hearts, Intact Heads of Aborted Babies BY VENUS UPADHAYAYA for The Epoch Times

The StemExpress CEO told a San Francisco courtroom on Sept. 5 that the company brokered beating fetal hearts and intact fetal heads to medical researchers.

The admission happened during the court proceedings of Planned Parenthood’s lawsuit against investigators, David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt, who did an undercover operation that confirmed that top executives and clinicians from Planned Parenthood are brokering aborted baby parts.

Daleiden and Merritt are the defendants in the case and are the key investigators who had exposed the alleged dealings of Planned Parenthood and StemExpress.

The duo represents the Center for Medical Progress (CMP), a group of citizen journalist “dedicated to monitoring and reporting on medical ethics and advances.” They are facing 14 counts of felony invasion of privacy, reported conservative magazine The Federalist.

Both are accused of posing as representatives of the tissue procurement company BioMax in order to enter medical conferences and health care centers for the purpose of their investigation. The duo used pseudo names to enter the meetings of National Abortion Federation (NAF) in 2014 and 2015 to record the proceedings on video, according to the Christian Post.

On Thursday, StemExpress representative Doe 12 admitted in the court that the baby’s head could be attached to the body or “could be torn away” at the time of procurement.

In a summary update of the trial proceedings given on Twitter, the CMP mentioned Doe 12 statement in the court: “When @StemExpress’ Doe 12 is asked about the head of a baby being attached to the body upon tissue procurement, Doe 12 says the photos from CMP are accurate and show that the heads are sometimes attached and sometimes are not attached to other parts of body.”

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