Who is buying all these Body Parts?

John Stonestreet gives a fine reprisal of the situation as it stands with Planned Parenthood’s murder spree.

Unless you’ve been completely unplugged for the last several months, you know about the undercover Planned Parenthood videos released by the Center for Medical Progress. These videos show Planned Parenthood officials haggling over the price of fetal body parts procured during abortions and admitting that they had altered the abortion procedures in order to procure those parts. On air and in front of Congress, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards has denied that the organization ever profited via such transactions—but the videos tell a different story.Now Richards, after withering publicity, congressional scrutiny, state investigations, and calls for the federal government to defund the organization, says that Planned Parenthood will no longer take any money for fetal tissue used for medical research.

Source: Planned Parenthood Changes Its Plans, But We Do not

OK, so they’re not going to sell any more body parts.  Now they’ll just dismember babies and throw them away.  And we’re supposed to be fine with that?  I don’t think so.

For more information see: Answering the Arguments for Planned Parenthood.

Somewhere along the line I realized that few people seem concerned with the other end of the story.  just exactly who has been buying up baby brains, livers, heads, and hearts?  Who wants to purchase the dismembered children?  Who are they and why are they not being implicated in the wanton murder of innocents?

Oh yes, well murder in the womb is legal.  God help us.  But the question still remains: Who is buying the corpses?

The video’s have identified StemExpress, who’s Google search result declares, “We assist the medical research community by providing researchers with maternal blood, umbilical cord blood and human gestation tissue for research…” (emphasis added)

It get’s worse on their about page:

StemExpress fuels regenerative medicine and translational research by supplying human specimens to biomedical researchers around the world. Founded in 2010, StemExpress is the only company of its kind to procure tissues and isolate cells for researchers’ individual needs in its own labs.

Our Products and Services StemExpress’s human-tissue products range from healthy to diseased and fetal to adult. We collect bone marrow and leukopak for isolation, too. In fact, StemExpress offers the largest variety of raw material available, as well as fresh and cryopreserved human primary cells.

They claim to be the only company of their kind. Over all it sounds like they are the middle man company for tons of other research labs who want to dissect human babies.

So where are they sending all the baby parts they procure?  Outside of a successful investigation I can’t be sure, but they are kind enough to list some of their clients – who knows how many of them are buying the ill gotten body parts.

  • Genentech
  • Harvard Medical School
  • The Jackson Laboratory
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Novartis
  • Pfizer
  • Stanford University
  • UCLA
  • Yale University
  • Penn
  • Perkin Elmer
  • Ariosa
  • BD
  • Dartmouth
  • Duke University
  • FDA (Yes, the FDA)
  • Penn
  • Perkin Elmer
  • Quest Diagnostics
  • Roche

The following are identified by lifenews.com

I’m sure there are many others. But don’t be shocked to discover that the people who make your medicine, and those who train your medical students are buying the body parts that Planned Parenthood is claiming they will no longer sell. (I don’t believe them and neither does David Daleiden, who founded the Center for Medical progress which took those damning videos. According to thefederalist.com Daleiden, “noted that there’s no way to monitor how, or even if, Planned Parenthood plans to enforce its new policy.

So maybe Planned Parenthood will keep selling or maybe they won’t.  But they will keep on murdering. What then? I suppose all those slaughtered babies will just become donations. Giving them away is still cheaper than paying the garbage man to take them away.