[Ed. – It took cross-examination under oath, in the civil trial for the Planned Parenthood lawsuit against David Daleiden, to get this truth finally in the public record.]
An arson attack on a Planned Parenthood facility that was reported as a hate crime inspired by undercover videos was actually an incident of domestic violence, a senior executive of the organization has been forced to admit in a San Francisco court room.
Jenna Tosh, the CEO of Planned Parenthood California Central Coast, made the admission under cross-examination Thursday in a lawsuit the organization has taken against David Daleiden and his colleagues over undercover videos that showed senior executives negotiate over the sale of body parts from abortions.
[U]nder cross-examination, Tosh admitted that the arson, one of the alleged security incidents following the release of the videos, was not connected to the release and was as a result of domestic violence involving a violent partner of a staff member.