The Center for Medical Progress has released its sixth video on Planned Parenthood’s practice of selling aborted baby parts to research facilities. The latest video is titled “Human Capital – Episode 2: Inside the Planned Parenthood Supply Site” and features an interview with Holly O’Donnell, an ex-Procurement Technician for StemExpress.
“She told me, ‘It’s not an option. It’s a demand. That’s what your job is,'” said O’Donnell, explaining that her superiors required her to obtain a high volume of body parts extracted from aborted fetuses.
O’Donnell revealed that she was instructed to ship the parts via FedEx to StemExpress.
“People would ask what was in the box, and I didn’t know what to say,” she says in the video. The video shows a document which lists the amount of compensation relevant to specific body parts and organs.
Part of O’Donnell’s job was to get women to sign consent agreements that say they agree to donate the fetal tissues. However, the women are not told that the clinic will be compensated for the “donation.” O’Donnell says there was pressure from her employer StemExpress to encourage the women to get an abortion so they could procure the parts for profit.
“I’m not going to tell a woman to kill her baby just so I can get money,” O’Donnell says. “That’s what this company does.”
O’Donnell also claims that clinic workers would oftentimes perform abortions and obtain the fetal parts without a woman’s expressed permission.
“They would just take it, and the mothers don’t know, and there’s no way they could know,” O’Donnell says.
O’Donnell describes the abortion workers as “cold,” and she says the abortionist Dr. Ron Berman had an unhealthy compulsion to perform abortions.