Indiana investigators find Planned Parenthood incinerating babies as ‘bio-hazard waste’
INDIANAPOLIS, IN, August 12, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) – An investigation into Planned Parenthood of Indiana discovered the abortion business literally incinerates aborted babies as "bio-hazard waste."
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence ordered the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) to investigate Planned Parenthood clinics in Indiana after videos were released claiming that the nation's largest abortion business sells aborted fetal organs and profits from the sales. That's illegal in Indiana.
At the direction of the governor, Indiana state investigators looked at 60 records of abortions done in three Planned Parenthood abortion businesses. Local television station WRTV obtained and examined the state inspection reports.
WRTV reported that while investigators found the sale of fetal body parts "unsubstantiated," at least at the three clinics investigated, "interviews done with staff at the clinic and medical paperwork showed that fetuses were sent to incineration with other so-called 'bio-hazard medical waste.''
In fact, records examined by LifeSiteNews reveal that this gruesome practice of incinerating aborted babies is, according to the state investigators themselves, Planned Parenthood's "routine" "policy/procedure" for "disposal" for "Products of Conception (POC)."
LifeSiteNews found that even the state of Indiana officially and repeatedly described baby hands, heads, and organs as "POC tissue" and "pathological waste." In one typical statement, state investigators simply wrote, "POC are sent out as pathological waste for incineration."
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State investigators concluded, and reported to the governor, that they found a "lack of sufficient evidence" regarding their main task of finding out if Indiana Planned Parenthood sells fetal body parts.
The "use" of burning baby parts for energy has been discovered at abortion clinics worldwide. LifeSiteNews previously reported that the remains of more than 15,500 British aborted babies were found to have been incinerated as "clinical waste" to generate electrical power.
England's Department of Health responded to the revelation by issuing an immediate order to stop the practice.
In British Columbia, the Canadian government routinely sent fetal remains to the Covanta Marion waste-to-energy facility to be burned along with "medical waste." The story made national news after LifeSiteNews reported on the revelation.
As a result of the Indiana state investigation, Gov. Pence has signed a bill establishing rules for the handling of aborted baby parts. The new bill requires abortion facilities to allow the mother the option of burying her aborted baby.