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Pro-life activist Lila Rose recounts efforts to expose Planned Parenthood

Catholic World News - November 17, 2010

In a recent article in First Things, pro-life activist Lila Rose, the founder of Live Action, discussed her undercover investigations of Planned Parenthood clincs.

At the age of nine, β€œon the bottom shelf of a bookcase, I found something called the Handbook on Abortion by Dr. and Mrs. J.C. Willke. Curious, I opened it. And there they were: pictures … I had little idea then that within a few years I would be leading undercover investigations of the abortion industry, founding a pro-life nonprofit, editing a national pro-life magazine, and serving as a spokesperson for the pro-life cause.”

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