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Ex-abortionists speak out

     Under the radar: The lucrative sale of fetal body parts:

       The largest unregulated industry in our nation, the abortion industry, and its collaborators in the medical research fields have found a way around the law to profit from illegal trafficing of human fetal tissues. This goulish practice has been exposed on national TV, and the U.S. House of Representatives held hearings on the matter. But if you know how the game is played, you can safely participate in the thriving fetal body parts business without violating the guidlines of the National Institute of Health or being penalized by the feds.

Follow the money trail around the law:
Abortion clinics receive a large part of the $250 million taxpayer funding for "family planning" services every year. This money buys contraceptive drugs and devices designed to kill an embryo of 5 to 7 days.

2. Pregnant mothers contribute to clinic profits in a big way. Sadly, most donate their aborted babies after being told, "What you carry inside you is merely a glob of tissue...and that same fetal tissue could help researchers preserve another life." About 75% of women agree to such a donation in this context.

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3. Selling human tissue is against federal law. But body parts wholesalers work around this by placing an employee on site at the clinic to train and oversee the collection of fetal material they desire. They then pay the clinic a "site fee" in return for the value of the body parts removed from the clinic. Most orders for fetal material are for healthy tissue--no abnormalities, please! The more fully formed, the more desirable they are for research purposes.
      Orders are often placed specifying that an organ must be procured from a living, aborted baby! Use of certain chemicals might harm a desired organ.

4. Technically, the abortion clinic "donates" the fetal materials to the wholesaler. There is no record of anyone illegally paying for a body part. Specimens can be obtained within minutes of passage, flash-frozen or processed to your specification, then shipped FedEx to preserve freshness.

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5. Once again, the fetal tissues are "donated", not sold, from the wholesaler to the research organization. The biggest demand for human fetal tissues comes from pharmaceutical and biological firms, government and university research laboratories.

6. If no one has illegally bought or sold a human body part, how is the wholesaler paid off? The wholesaler cleverly bills the research facility for "retrieval costs", which cover all operational expenses plus profits. The mother is the only one to not share in the profits from her infant’s body parts.
     Each year $19 million in grants and awards is dished out for fetal tissue research by the U.S. taxpayer-funded National Institute of Health, whose guidelines prohibit profit from direct sales, but allow all other forms of compensation which cover the hidden profit.

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7. Why doesn't our government shut down this grisly business of harvesting and selling body parts of our unborn citizens? Because it's not illegal, as the laws are written. The money trail leads us back to legislators who accept campaign funds from the abortion industry and others profiting under the radar. But the trail of money pales compared to the trail of innocent blood spilled in the clinics since Roe vs. Wade.
     It would fill the Potomac.

Price lists from wholesalers are in the form of service "fees" paid for acquiring baby body parts. Prices for unborn body parts reported in the past have been: An intact trunk, $600; Eyes,$75; Brain,$999; Limbs,$150 a pair; Spinal cord,$325; Liver,$150; Kidney,$125; Spleen,$75;
Lungs & heart, $150; Bone marrow, $350; Skin, $100; and on and on...  Body parts wholesalers offer volume discounts and other incentives.