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(LifeSiteNews) — Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has called for a full investigation into the possible infanticide of five dead babies recovered by pro-life activists in Washington, D.C. 

“In our nation’s capital, five dead babies were delivered to police by a pro-life activist, Lauren Handy,” Greene said in a video posted to social media on Tuesday.  

“The babies were intact, suggesting that they had been delivered alive. One of them had her skull crushed and her brain removed in a manner consistent with partial birth abortion, or infanticide,” added the representative from Georgia.  

Greene explained that despite the evidence that the babies were killed in illegal partial birth abortions, D.C. Metro police have said that “no murder investigations have been opened” as an initial inquiry shows the babies were killed in “accordance with D.C. law.” 

“This is absurd. The American media, consumed with Joe Biden’s ‘Trans Day of Visibility,’ has been shamefully silent. The slaughter of innocent children is of course the logical endpoint to the Left’s culture of death,” stated Greene.  

“Since baby killing activists are now brazen enough to advocate for infanticide, it is right to ask if these infants were a victim of this new and bloodthirsty zeal of the deaths of innocents,” added Greene, referencing California’s proposed AB2223 bill which if passed, allows for “perinatal” abortion. 

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Greene says she urges D.C. police to “leave no stone unturned” in regards to the investigation of what happened to the five babies, because “a society that looks the other way when innocents are slaughtered, or which doesn’t investigate cases like this because [they are] daunting or difficult, or just too politically inconvenient, cannot endure.” 

In an interview with LifeSiteNews’ John-Henry Westen on Tuesday, Handy, the pro-life witness who found the remains of the five infants, explained that she took them from a medical waste worker in order to give the children a proper burial.  

In Handy’s heartbreaking interview, she explained how the unpacking of the babies’ bodies from medical waste boxes was the “most soul-crushing experience” she’s ever had in her life. 

“I kept saying to myself, ‘I’m sorry, baby. I’m sorry. I love you,’” Handy recalled to Westen.  

“I’ve already dedicated my life to helping these babies, but I have never seen such horror, such violence, such hatred for our fellow man. And I can’t unsee it. And it’s haunted me every second of the day since that moment.” 

Handy and eight other pro-life activists were arrested and charged by the FBI last week for leading a “traditional rescue” at a Washington, D.C., abortion mill in October 2020. Handy and the others are now facing up to 11 years in prison, three years of supervised release, and $350,000 each in fines. 

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