Activist Plans to Release More ‘Damning and Incriminating’ Footage of Planned Parenthood’s Baby Body Parts Operation if Gag Order is Lifted

Left: FILE PHOTO: Pro-life activist David Daleiden, waits outside Superior Court in San Francisco, California. Photo by REUTERS/Lisa Fernandez/File Photo.

The man who in 2015 exposed Planned Parenthood’s trafficking of baby body parts procured during abortions has a dozen more “damning and incriminating” tapes to release if a gag order can be lifted.

Together with his legal team, David Daleiden, founder and president of the Center for Medical Progress, described to journalists on Thursday the ongoing case against him in California.

Daleiden’s attorneys filed three motions in a San Francisco federal court Wednesday to dismiss the lawsuit brought by the National Abortion Federation, a Planned Parenthood proxy, and drop the preliminary injunction gag order that forbids CMP’s remaining undercover video footage from being published.

Among the undercover footage that has yet to be seen are videos of Planned Parenthood directors from the National Abortion Federation’s annual meetings in 2014 that CMP operatives attended.

“That’s been under wraps for past three years now,” Daleiden said Thursday, “and that includes some of the most damning and incriminating tapes that we ever recorded of top level Parenthood leadership negotiating the harvesting and sale of aborted baby body parts.” He told reporters he has “a solid dozen” more tapes to release.

In April, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal of the Ninth Circuit Court’s decision on the preliminary injunction.

Yet last month, the National Abortion Federation began backing off, dropping seven of its 11 causes of action in its lawsuit, including all the federal claims and video recording claims, leaving only four contract disputes. In light of these developments, Daleiden believes the gag order should no longer stand.

His lawyers are confident that with the filing of these motions they are chipping away at NAF’s case and that they will ultimately prevail in California just as they were successful when Daleiden faced charges in the state of Texas.

“We know that we’re right on the law, both with these motions and other motions that are presently pending,” said attorney Charles LiMandri, founder of the Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund, in repsonse to the The Christian Post, when asked if they are optimistic about the outcome and when they think this ordeal will conclude.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Brandon Showalter