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Sun, Jan. 26

Shooting the messenger (Letter)

A Harris County, Texas, grand jury, tasked with the job of indicting Planned Parenthood for its horrific practice of selling the body parts of babies slaughtered by abortion, made a bizarre decision to instead indict the two pro-life investigative journalists who exposed PP through numerous hidden camera videos.

For us who watched, there was no doubt as the doctors, over salad and wine, nonchalantly spoke of the sale and price of the baby parts.

And those of us who picketed PP for years have known from ex-PP employees that the sale of baby parts has been PP's cash cow for decades.

Pro-aborts screamed from sea to shining sea that the videos were tampered with. They weren't.

To criminalize these journalists exposing true criminal activity is a misuse of justice and an inappropriate use of our legal system. Apparently they were accused of not having legal immunity protection in spite of what they did being done daily by journalists countrywide.

One interesting fact: One of the Harris County District Attorney prosecutors is deeply involved in Planned Parenthood, serves as a board member for the local PP and has been an active fundraiser for PP for years.

Conflict of interest? Tainted probe? Rogue pro-abort prosecutor in the grand jury room? Possibly with other pro-aborts?

This isn't over. God is on the side of life and so far, in our country alone, we have murdered over 55 MILLION unborn babies as compared to 11 abortion mill providers. Planned Parenthood is the biggest supplier of abortions in America.

God bless the Center for Medical Progress CEO David Daleiden and activist Sandra Merritt who could get as much as 20 years for this political hit job on them. I know there will be millions of Christians lifting them in prayer.

Linda Athens


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