Seventh Planned Parenthood Video Shows Former Tech Explaining Intact Brain Was Harvested From Live Baby

Seventh Planned Parenthood Video Shows Former Tech Explaining Intact Brain Was Harvested From Live Baby

Pro-life medical ethics group The Center for Medical Progress has released the seventh video in an ongoing undercover series alleging that Planned Parenthood sells aborted fetal parts and tissue for profit.

The latest 10-minute clip  includes a testimony from Holly O’Donnell, a former blood and tissue procurement technician for StemExpress, saying that Planned Parenthood harvested an ‘intact brain from a late-term male fetus whose heart was still beating after the abortion.”

O’Donnell described in the majority of the video how one abortionist thought it was “kinda cool” to arbitrarily stop and start an unborn baby’s heart during the abortion.

“‘Hey, Holly, come over here. I want you to see something kinda cool. This is kinda neat,’” O’Donnell’s coworker told her.

“The moment I see it, I’m just flabbergasted,” O’Donnell said. “This is the most gestated fetus and the closest thing to a baby I’ve seen.”

She said that her coworker then tapped the aborted baby’s heart and that it immediately started beating.

“I’m sitting here and I’m looking at this fetus and its heart is beating — and I don’t know what to think,” O’Donnell said. “I knew why it was happening, because the electrical current, the nodes were still firing, and I don’t know if that constitutes it’s technically dead or if it’s alive.”

O’Donnell went on to describe the fact that the baby had a face that included eyelids and a pronounced mouth and nose, and detailed how her breaking point was when the abortionist encouraged her to harvest the baby’s brain by cutting his face open with scissors — and she complied.

“I’m just sitting there like, ‘What did I just do?’” she said. “That was the moment that I knew I couldn’t work for the company anymore.”

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