An abortion-linked judge – who has served on the board of an organization that works directly with Planned Parenthood – has decided the public has no right to see undercover videos made of abortionists in the National Abortion Federation complaining of “heads that get stuck” and describing taking a fetus apart as “very difficult.”
The ruling from Judge William Orrick, who served on the board of Good Samaritan Family Resource Center, which houses an abortionists’ office, also means that investigator David Daleiden’s lawyers can’t use the information in the videos to assist their client in a criminal trial.
Daleiden and his Center for Medical Progress captured Planned Parenthood and other abortion industry officials on undercover video talking openly about obtaining payment for the body parts of dismembered unborn babies. One stated she wanted more money because, “I want a Lamborghini.”
Orrick has participated in several cases against Daleiden, despite his abortion connections and requests to the court that he be replaced on account of bias. He earlier ruled videos taken at the NAF must be suppressed.
He also imposed a $200,000 penalty on Daleiden and his lawyers for releasing one of the videos taken at a National Abortion Federation event. The lawyers submitted it to the court because its evidence would support Daleiden’s defense.
Orrick quickly ordered the NAF video be removed from the web, and his order even extended to organizations that were not part of the case or even in his jurisdiction.
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