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Anti-abortion activist David Daleiden faces felony charges after producing heavily-edited undercover videos purporting to show Planned Parenthood executives discussing the sale of fetal tissue.
The family planning provider is more popular today than it was before the sting videos came out.
The GOP letter was signed on behalf of ADF by Michael Norton, an outspoken social-conservative attorney in Colorado, who
Norton, who drafted a 2006 amendment that voters added to the Colorado Constitution defining marriage as between a man and
Sadly, the silence from Christian leaders once so outspoken about the doctored Planned Parenthood videos has become deafening. But the absence of their leadership shouldn't stop the rest of us from seeking forgiveness no matter how much we may disagree with our neighbors.
The anti-abortion activists behind the videos were indicted Monday.
"There are always going to be efforts by anti-abortion activists who try to stop groups like Planned Parenthood in their tracks."
The court papers said the pair unlawfully used a fake government record "with the intent to defraud or harm others."
The provider called the series of videos an "elaborate, illegal conspiracy in order to block women’s access to safe and legal abortion."
"The videos, as dishonest as the videos are, have had their intended effect."
Another day, another person proves that Carly Fiorina didn't see the video that she claims she saw. What's interesting is that, this time, it is the person who is responsible for collecting the very footage that Fiorina claims she viewed.