NAF files suit to silence pro-life group exposing Planned Parenthood baby parts operation
The National Abortion Federation (NAF) has filed for a request for a preliminary injunction against the group that is exposing Planned Parenthood’s baby parts operation.
(UPDATE: Friday afternoon, San Francisco Judge William Orrick issued the temporary restraining writing that NAF would likely suffer irreparable injury absent a temporary restraining order.)
The suit filed against, Biomax Procurement Services LLC, The Center For Medical Progress, David Daleiden and Troy Newman of Operation rescue, seeks to prohibit the group from releasing conversations taped at their meetings.
NAF IN BED WITH PLANNED PARENTHOOD DOCS
The National Abortion Federation is considered by some as the professional voice of the abortion industry. I guess if a federation of child killers could be credible, this would describe NAF.
But, truth be told, both NAF and NARAL are in bed with the two Planned Parenthood docs, and have an investment that would motivate them to preserve now questionable reputations.
From the document:
The mission of the National Abortion Federation (NAF) is to ensure safe, legal, and accessible abortion care, which promotes health and justice for women. An important part of this work is to develop and maintain evidence-based guidelines and standards as well as to educate providers in the latest technologies and techniques. NAF’s programs make it possible for women to receive the highest quality abortion care.
Like its precursors, the 2015 edition of NAF’s Clinical Policy Guidelines (CPGs) establishes clinical policy guidelines, which are developed by consensus, based on rigorous review of the relevant medical literature and known patient outcomes. These guidelines are intended to provide a basis for ongoing quality assurance, help reduce
unnecessary care and costs, help protect providers in malpractice suits, provide ongoing medical education, and encourage research.
Any guess just who has authored some of this alleged “relevant medical literature?”
Planned Parenthood’s baby parts abortionists!
Dr. Deborah Nucatola head of Planned Parenthood’s medical services department bragged how she will crush above or crush below the desired child’s organ to appease “buyers” of the fetal body parts.
Planned Parenthood’s Medical Directors’ Council President Mary Gatter described on tape how she would modify the abortion procedure, performing a “Less Crunchy” technique to obtain more “whole specimens.” Gatter then joked about wanting a Lamborghini.
And…both are referenced in NAF’s footnotes:
From the study:
From the study:
The references were also referenced in NAF’s 2014 Clinical Guidelines
NAF’s lawsuit was announced on the abortion lobby group’s website this morning.
The suit, filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, asks that the Defendants be preliminarily and permanently enjoined from publishing or otherwise disclosing any recordings or confidential information from NAF annual meetings, publishing or otherwise disclosing the names or addresses of any NAF members that they learned at NAF annual meetings, and attempting to gain access to any future NAF meetings.
“NAF meetings are one of the only places where abortion providers can come together to learn about the latest research and advances in their field, and network without fear of harassment or intimidation. Many of the attendees are high-profile targets of anti-abortion extremists,” NAF stated in the press release.
The suit claims the pro-life group new dates, times, and locations of NAF meeting and that NAF’s annual meetings have already been referenced in the tapes released thus far, including references to conversations the conspirators had with Dr. Matthew Reeves, NAF’s Medical Director.
A response tweeted by Operation Rescue to NAF reads, “You must have a lot to hide.”
Troy Newman, president of Operation Rescue responded, “How dare a cabal of baby-killers attempt to cast aspersions on my good name when it is they themselves that are ore than likely engaging in the illegal and repulsive practice of trafficking and profiting from fetal organs obtained during abortions.”
The NAF suit claims that it could suffer “irreparable harm” if the videos were made public.
“This suit is a panicked attempt to prevent the truth from being told about NAF involvement in profiteering from aborted baby remains,” said Newman.
“It is really a cover-up of potential evidence of their own wrong doing. They obviously have a lot to hide.”
“We will fight to preserve our precious freedom of speech and freedom of the press along with the ability for citizen journalists to engage in investigative journalism. The NAF’s attempt to intimidate us and sue us into silence will not succeed,” Newman added.
Read more by Operation Rescue here.
Earlier this week, CMP’s Lead investigator spoke about a Stem Express restraining order.
David Daleiden said Stem Express wanted to censor the vids because they showed conversations with the profitable procurement company officials admitting that they get fully intact babies from abortion clinics possibly violating federal law.
(Read more here)