Judge Nap on Charges Against Pro-Life Activists: 'Planned Parenthood Is Not Exonerated'
Pro-life activists have now been indicted in Texas after releasing a series of undercover videos last year of Planned Parenthood employees discussing the sale of fetal tissue.
Center for Medical Progress founder David Daleiden and another employee, Sandra Merritt, face felony charges of tampering with a government record.
Daleiden was also charged with a misdemeanor count related to purchasing human organs.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said this morning that the indictment appears to be nothing more than a "political hit job" and it does not exonerate Planned Parenthood.
"Leave Planned Parenthood alone? They're using tax dollars to kill babies and sell their body parts," he said, pointing out there are investigations still going on in 14 states.
He explained that the prosecutor not only declined to charge Planned Parenthood officials in the alleged sale of the body parts of aborted fetuses, but she then turned around and went after the activists.
Napolitano added that the Center for Medical Progress activists employed techniques commonly used by journalists and the government.
He also said that it's "unheard-of" for an indictment to be announced without the documents being released publicly.
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