Savita Ginde, VP and Medical Director at Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains
Holly O’Donnell, former Procurement Technician for StemExpress, LLC
Ginde states clinics must be coordinated with each other and saying the same thing in case anyone gets “called out.”
Ceclie Richards says there is no financial gain to selling tissue.
Ginde states, when talking about financial compensation, “I think the per item thing works a little better just because we can see how much we can get out of it.”
Ginde shares concern that in some states they may “get caught” selling fetal parts across state lines.
Ginde states they don’t use water to wash away debris for second-trimester babies. They just pick up the “parts” because “they are so big.” They don’t use water pressure, which would make them look “war-torn.”
Tissue collection business partnerships mentioned: CU/CSU (Colorado State University) in Fort Collins
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains does over 10,000 abortions a year.
Undercover investigators were taken into the abortion clinic, where the team demonstrated the “quality” of fetal parts available that day.
Investigator hears and asks if the sound he just heard was the crack of a skull; sees the heart and kidneys.
Verbiage used by Dr. Savita Ginde referring to a second-trimester fetus: will not use water most of the time because it is big enough to pick up parts with hands…it wouldn’t look as “war-torn.”
Medical assistant says, “Another boy,” while looking at the 12-week-old fetus.