A horrible outcome in the case against David Daleiden, who exposed the horrors at Planned Parenthood with his hidden video camera work.
From the Hill:
A federal jury in San Francisco found that the anti-abortion group Center for Medical Progress and its president, David Daleiden, broke multiple state and federal laws when they secretly recorded and released videos of Planned Parenthood employees.
Of course it’s San Francisco. Jurors had to wade through feces and needles in order to get to the courthouse to screw over the prolife activist.
The jury awarded Planned Parenthood $2 million in damages, finding that Daleiden and his organization engaged in fraud, trespassing and illegal secret recording.
“David Daleiden and the Center for Medical Progress intentionally waged a multi-year illegal effort to manufacture a malicious campaign against Planned Parenthood,” said Alexis McGill Johnson, the acting president and CEO of Planned Parenthood.
“The jury recognized today that those behind the campaign broke the law in order to advance their goals of banning safe, legal abortion in this country, and to prevent Planned Parenthood from serving the patients who depend on us.”
Moloch, the pagan god of child sacrifice, applauded the decision, telling reporters, “now I can continue my campaign to obliterate and devour unborn babies in order to feed my unending lust for blood and gore.”
In 2013 and 2014, Daleiden and Sandra Merritt, posing as human tissue procurers for a fake company, secretly recorded their discussions with Planned Parenthood employees about acquiring fetal tissue from abortions for medical research.
Planned Parenthood argues the videos were selectively edited and manipulated to make it appear as if their employees were talking about profiting off fetal tissue donations.
This is pretty horrible, but there’s one good thing that came out of all of this. Daleiden can be assured that his efforts helped lead to more people finding out what is actually going on at Planned Parenthood, and no doubt helped end the government funding of these abortuaries.