Bogus trafficking charge dismissed against activist who exposed Planned Parenthood

Bogus trafficking charge dismissed against activist who exposed Planned Parenthood

[Ed. – Good news.  The “tampering” charge with federal documents may be harder to beat.]

A Texas judge threw out one of the charges against the pro-life activist who captured Planned Parenthood executives on tape talking candidly about selling baby body parts.

A Harris County, Texas judge dropped a misdemeanor charge of attempting to purchase or sell human organs against Center for Medical Progress founder David Daleiden in connection to his 2015 undercover investigation of the nation’s top abortion provider. Judge Diane Bull voided the charge, citing a “defective indictment” that failed to establish that the Center for Medical Progress went outside the bounds of a law prohibiting the sale of organs for profit. …

Daleiden still faces a felony charge of tampering with government documents before a different Harris County court. The next hearing in that case takes place in July.

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