Monday, January 25, 2016

Corrupt Texas Attornies Indict David Daleiden - Please Sign Petition

As many of you know, David Daleiden and his Center For Medical Progress have investigated various Planned Parenthood centers and have caught many of their doctors and other officials red-handed in admitting to the selling of the bodies of babies whom they murdered.  Outrage against Planned Parenthood has increased, inspiring Congress to take serious measures to defund Planned Parenthood.  Of course the Messiah Most Miserable has vetoed all defunding efforts.  Still, that these bills have made it all the way to the White House is an historic achievement.

Comes now the word that Harris County, Texas has indicted for trafficking of babies' bodies not Planned Parenthood but David Daleiden.  They are letting Planned Parenthood off scott-free; or at least that seems to be their intent.  I learned of this through receiving an alert from LifeSiteNews asking all readers to petition Harris County to drop the charges and investigate the real culprit.

When I first heard the news, my immediate reaction was to think that someone in that DA's office must have ties to Planned Parenthood.  My gut instinct was correct, and Operation Rescue has pinned down the nature of the association.  It turns out that Lauren Reeder, an Assistant District Attorney for Harris County, sits on the Board of Directors of Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast.  This is an obvious and egregious conflict of interest.  They need an independent prosecutor to examine Planned Parenthood and Operation Rescue has called upon them for such an appointment.

Please sign the petition.  That the investigator is being charged with Planned Parenthood's crime is an absolute farce and gross miscarriage of justice.

1 comment:

  1. I do not see Lauren Reeder listed at the Harris County District Attorney's Office web site?


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