Thursday, September 7, 2017
IFI Staff
Pro-Life Movement Wins in Liberal 9th Circuit

It’s always nice to see liberal judges standing up for the rule of law.

780x438-n_83a632b1ca16fa34e75893938ae066a2.jpgLast weekend, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals – largely seen as one of the most liberal courts in the entire United States – issued an order that granted another legal victory to pro-life filmmaker David Daleiden. 

Earlier last year, Daleiden and IFI sister organization the Family Policy Institute of Washington (FPIW) were sued by abortion groups hoping to prevent them from accessing public records related to the University of Washington’s purchase of baby parts from abortion clinics in Washington and Idaho. Release of the records, plaintiffs claimed, would endanger the lives of abortion clinicians and doctors. 

Thankfully, the judges didn’t buy it.

While FPIW ultimately withdrew from this lawsuit, they did launch a similar investigation into baby body parts that were transferred between the University of Washington and Indiana University last year. Invoices from those transfers clearly showed that IU had purchased fetal brains from the University of Washington.

We’re just not okay with Indiana being a haven for the sale of baby body parts.

Would you like IFI to look into this matter further? If yes, please let us know by connecting with us on Facebook and Twitter, and, if you can, pitch in to help us hold Planned Parenthood accountable in the Hoosier State.

The abortion industry cannot get a free pass here in Indiana. Lives are at risk. 

Let’s hold them accountable, together.

Planned Parenthood wants to make Indiana a marketplace for aborted baby parts. We aren't okay with that, and we know you aren't either. Will you help us keep that from happening by making a tax-deductible contribution today?

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