Fetal-tissue firm drops suit against undercover-video producers
January 12, 2017
A California firm that partnered with Planned Parenthood to market fetal tissues has dropped a lawsuit against the pro-life group that produced undercover videos about the enterprise.
StemExpress—a firm that had procured fetal organs from Planned Parenthood abortion clinics and reportedly sold them at up to 600% profit—has withdrawn its lawsuit against the Center for Medical Progress. The firm had claimed that the incriminating videos were deceptively edited.
The pro-life group described the withdrawal of the lawsuit as a victory for free speech, and voiced the hope that Planned Parenthood would soon drop its own suit against the undercover researchers.
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- Former Planned Parenthood partner StemExpress drops lawsuit against pro-life filmmakers (The Blaze)
- Planned-Parenthood partner reportedly takes 400-600% profit for fetal organs (CWN, 6/6/16)
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