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Cecile Richards, President of Planned ParenthoodClaire Chretien / LifeSiteNews

WASHINGTON, D.C., March 30, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – Cecile Richards, the President of Planned Parenthood, walked away from LifeSiteNews after being asked about the new Center for Medical Progress (CMP) video during which a Planned Parenthood abortionist discusses what to do if babies show signs of life after being unsuccessfully aborted. 

Richards also wouldn't comment on two pro-life activists from CMP being charged with felonies for exposing the abortion company's baby body parts sales. 

On March 29, the same day the shocking CMP video was released, Planned Parenthood held a rally on Capitol Hill. LifeSiteNews was there and asked Richards for her reaction to the new video and Daleiden being charged. The charges against Daleiden and his co-worker Sandra Merritt were announced March 28.

Richards walked away upon hearing the questions. Planned Parenthood staffers attempted to cover the camera and direct LifeSiteNews away. 

CMP's newest undercover video shows Dr. DeShawn Taylor explaining that aborting some babies requires strength causing a need to “hit the gym.” She graphically described how to deliver aborted babies intact so that their body parts can be harvested and said she pays “attention to who's in the room” if an aborted baby shows signs of life.

“It’s not a matter of how I feel about it coming out intact, but I gotta worry about my staff and people’s feelings about it coming out looking like a baby,” Taylor said of the elective abortions she does up to 24 weeks. 

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