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LOS ANGELES, September 10, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) – With the white hot backlash created by a series of undercover videos, Planned Parenthood is under scrutiny like never before. But as predecessors like the Susan G. Komen Foundation have learned, Planned Parenthood knows how to return fire.

The nation's leading abortion provider has targeted the lead investigator at the Center for Medical Progress, with Congressional Democrats and the Obama administration raising the possibility of prosecuting CMP.

As they do for the unborn, pro-life legal organizations are rushing to their rescue. And they want to let you know all about it in an upcoming nationwide webcast.

A coalition of leading pro-life groups – including 40 Days for Life, the Thomas More Society, and the Life Legal Defense Foundation (LLDF) – will host the web-based broadcast next Tuesday, September 15, at 9 p.m. EST (6 p.m. Pacific).

It will discuss the details of how the videos have hurt the abortion lobby, how the industry is striking back at CMP, and what grassroots advocates can do to see that life prevails.

“Planned Parenthood and the rest of the abortion industry — along with their powerful allies in Washington D.C. — have just launched a full-scale war against David Daleiden, whose probe revealed the ghastly brutality,” the coalition said.

“The abortion industry's high-powered, top-dollar legal, PR, and crisis management firms are rolling out a barrage of ruthless offensives in a desperate attempt to misdirect and mislead the American people,” it continued.

Legal counsel at Thomas More and LLDF are representing Daleiden pro bono, so he can focus on exposing all the secrets CMP collected over the course of its 30-month-long investigation.

LifeSiteNews is one of 30 co-sponsors of Tuesday's webcast. Other co-sponsors include Americans United for Life, Coalition for Life, Human Life International, Live Action, Operation Rescue, The Radiance Foundation, Stand True, and Susan B. Anthony List – among numerous others.

More information will be posted on its new website, StopBabyPartsTrafficking.com, as they become available.

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