Planned Parenthood Seeks Revenge, Files Lawsuit Against Group That Exposed Them

2015 was bad year for Planned Parenthood.  They were exposed in an undercover investigation for callously changing abortion methods to better preserve “fetal tissue” for sale.  In a series of undercover videos, senior Planned Parenthood officials are seen describing their methods and the compensation that they sought for delivering the baby parts.

Planned Parenthood is desperate to leave their scandals in the past.  To start off 2016, the abortion provider is switching their tactics.  They have gone on the offensive and attacked the people who exposed their crimes.  According to Newsmax, Planned Parenthood filed a lawsuit against the Center for Medical Progress for unlawful behavior.  The accusations in the lawsuit include trespassing and making secret recordings.

The Center for Medical Progress released a statement in response to the lawsuit.  “Planned Parenthood is under investigation by the United States Congress and multiple law-enforcement agencies, while their business is drying up and the public is turning against their barbaric abortion for baby parts trade.”

“Now they are filing a frivolous lawsuit in retaliation for CMP’s First Amendment investigative journalism that has done nothing more than tell the truth about Planned Parenthood’s lawless operations.”

“This last-ditch move of desperation is going to expose all of the sordid dealings of the California Planned Parenthood affiliates to the light of the legal system and the public will see them for the corrupt abortion and baby body parts profiteers that they really are.”

The gloves are off and both sides are about to meet in court.

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