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Planned Parenthood Undercover Video Maker Pleads Not Guilty in Court

The pro-life undercover journalist who stunned the nation with video recordings of Planned Parenthood officials allegedly selling the body parts of aborted babies for profit has entered a plea of not guilty to all charges against him in Superior Court in San Francisco.

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Justice Delayed in Texas for Anti-Planned Parenthood Video Maker, Says Attorney

Lawyers for the indicted Planned Parenthood undercover video journalists were in court in Harris County Friday and they are infuriated that justice is being delayed. Lawyers for David Daleiden filed motions to quash his indictments two weeks ago and they still have not been heard. Pretrial diversion deals were rejected weeks ago.

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Planned Parenthood Baby Parts Journalists Reject Plea Deal

The investigative journalists who exposed Planned Parenthood’s apparent practice of selling the body parts of babies it aborts on the open market have rejected plea deals offering them probation. Center for Medical Progress (CMP) project lead David Daleiden and his

David Daleiden, one of the two anti-abortion activists indicted last week, speaks to supporters outside the Harris County Criminal Courthouse after turning himself in to authorities Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016, in Houston. Daleiden and Sandra Merritt are charged with tampering with a governmental record, a felony punishable by up to …

Texas DA Offers Deal to Planned Parenthood Undercover Journalists

The pro-life operatives who took undercover videos in Planned Parenthood facilities and were indicted by a Harris County, Texas, grand jury, have been offered pretrial diversion in the criminal cases against them say attorneys for the pair.

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Las Vegas High School Censors Pro-Life Club

Administrators of a Las Vegas school district have received a demand letter from attorneys at the Thomas More Society charging them with unconstitutionally discriminating against a student by denying her the right to form a pro-life club at her high school.