Planned Parenthood abortionists Mary Gatter and Deborah Nucatola were outed by the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) whose undercover videos exposed Planned Parenthood’s gruesome baby parts operation. Ironically, they authored a research paper on Digoxin for inducing fetal death prior to second-trimester surgical abortion.
Gatter was recorded telling Center for Medical Progress investigators that she wanted a Lamborghini. A look at Planned Parenthood’s compensation for Mary Gatter reveals that they paid her over ONE MILLION DOLLARS in less than 10 years for her work.
In the CMP video, the Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s Medical Directors’ Council President, Dr. Mary Gatter told actors she thought were buyers from a Biotech company that she had check to with their abortionist, Ian about performing a “Less Crunchy” technique to obtain more “whole specimens.”
By the lunch’s end, Gatter suggests that their offer of $100 per specimen was not enough and then stated, “Let me just figure out what others are getting, and if this is in the ballpark, then it’s fine, if it’s still low, then we can bump it up. I want a Lamborghini.”
A new Lamborghini can cost upwards $200,000 and as it turns out Gatter can afford one.
Below is a sample of the compensation they have received:
Mary Gatter is listed as the 2013-2014 Medical Director of Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley.
BUT HER COMPENSATION CAME FROM PLANNED PARENTHOOD LOS ANGELES –
2004 – $95,462 plus $13,058 in compensation
2007 $101,866 plus $7,376 in compensation
2008 – $111,842
2009 – $233,478 plus $9557 in compensation
2011 $244,455 plus $4476 retirement compensation plus $11,920 non taxable benefits
2012 $140,605 plus $2992 in compensation
2013 $100,427 plus $1712 in compensation
Deborah Nucatola was also exposed by the Center for Medical Progress and she received compensation from PP in Los Angeles as well. She described to CMP investigators how she would crush above and crush below the desired body part of the preborn child she aborted.
“After completing my BS in Kinesiology at UW-Madison, I decided to go to medical school and planned to pursue orthopedic surgery. It was clear to me in medical school that I was attracted to the very hands-on, surgical specialties. But, by the end of my third year I was leaning in an entirely different direction. I completed medical school and did a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology followed by a Fellowship in Family Planning Clinical Care and Research at the University of Southern California and I am happy to share that I have been Senior Director of Medical Services at Planned Parenthood Federation of America since 2009. I also continue to see patients.”
2007 – $203,180