While a hot debate over abortion rights rages, less attention goes on the research institutions and scientists benefiting handsomely from the trade in fetal organs and body parts.
Contrary to what many readers may think, much of the trade is legal and thriving. Where there are elements of corporate criminal enterprise, authorities have seemingly been lax in bringing abusers to book.
Babies, in or outside the womb, with heartbeats, hands, feet and faces, are certainly valuable on the black market, for wild and sadistic purposes. More ‘responsible’ research use of such ‘waste human material’ garners little interest. But should it?
Helping throw some light on this evil, has been the Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives. The panel was created on Oct. 7, 2015, when the House passed a resolution calling for a full and complete investigation regarding the medical practices of abortion service providers and the business practices of the procurement organizations that sell fetal tissue.
Being exposed is the fact that surgically removing fetuses from the womb of American women isn’t just about giving women choice in the land of the free and killing fetuses isn’t just a way to keep the population down in China.
Widespread shock and anger was first triggered (March 04, 2016) with the publication of ‘Human baby parts found mailed to the United States from Bangkok; black market for dead babies is real.’ This was followed by a graphic revelation (April 20, 2016) of the various prices offered on specific body parts from new born infants.
Since then, the full picture of a fully-integrated flourishing international trade in newborn ‘bio waste’ has been put together.
What we need to appreciate is that a veil of legality cloaks this vile trade. Of course, abortion is widely accepted as a human right. But this has come at a price – abuse of that right has been put under a microscope by a House special panel which presented evidence breaking down the price per body part.
Undercover video recordings seem to show a nonchalant, amoral attitude among scientists, doctors and researchers:
More footage can be viewed at www.centerformedicalprogress.org
The dailysignal.com cited evidence that:
“Middleman procurement businesses are companies that obtain tissue and other body parts from aborted babies and provide them to institutions or other organizations for research. Under federal law, the transportation of fetal tissue is based on a nonprofit model.”
The wider scientific community, as well as the general public, may be aghast to learn that over the span of a year, one research institution paid a middleman company $42,535 to obtain 38 fetal brains, 12 fetal hearts, three fetal upper/lower limbs, five fetal livers, and 12 fetal pancreases, according to the select House panel’s documents.Lawmakers showed that:
“.. a researcher paid a middleman procurement company $3,340 for a fetal brain, $595 for a “baby skull matched to upper and lower limbs,” and $890 for “upper and lower limbs with hands and feet.””
Who is profiting the most from this vile business?
Well, subpoenas have been issued to those companies and organizations that refused to cooperate with the investigation. Those groups included StemExpress, Ganogen, Biomedical Research Institute of America, the University of New Mexico, and Southwestern Women’s Options.
If abortion becomes wholly socially acceptable and commonplace and organs from aborted babies are openly permitted to be traded, are we sinking to a new low point in our ‘advanced’ civilization?