The Death Merchants Don’t Want Planned Parenthood Video Maker Daleiden To Face A Jury

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  1. Revmitchell

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    Harris County prosecutors offered David Daleiden a plea deal. He didn’t take it. Bravo.

    You see, now that felony charges were brought against Daleiden for altering government records*, and a misdemeanor involving the purchase of human body parts, the death merchants have realized that it’s not a good idea to put the Center for Medical Progress investigator in front of a jury.

    So they threw him a plea deal for a misdemeanor after Daleiden posted bail today. For his part, Daleiden stuck to his guns, asking prosecutors for an apology instead of a deal.

    “I think we all know that every day that goes by that the Texas authorities do not prosecute Planned Parenthood for their illegal trade in baby parts, they are sending a message to the entire country,” Daleiden told supporters outside the courthouse. “The state of Texas right now is open for business in baby body parts.”

    If Daleiden were to go to trial, the videos he made along with Sandra Merritt and the Center for Medical Progress exposing Planned Parenthood’s baby body parts operation would certainly enter into evidence. And they’d be found to be truthful. And Planned Parenthood officials would be subpoenaed to testify at the trial. And they’d be found to be lying.

    It’s that simple.

    When the Harris County Grand Jury handed down the indictment, I wrote that this could be a huge favor for the pro-life cause. How could they possibly charge someone with attempting to purchase human tissue if there was nobody selling it? Did he force them to offer up the tissue for cash despite their objections and then offer up the video as proof of his crime?

    http://theresurgent.com/the-death-m...renthood-video-maker-daleiden-to-face-a-jury/
     
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    Really stupid move by the Harris County district attorney to indict the film makers. It's going to end up a huge embarrassment. She has no case at all, but it will shine a spotlight on the pro abortion leanings of the DA and her staff. This indictment has nothing to do with justice. It's all politics.
     

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