University Busted Paying $200 For Aborted Babies Brains, But It Gets MUCH WORSE!
Indiana University has been involved in the grisly body parts trade, but now it is suing state officials to be able to continue it.
Another top university is embroiled in the scandal enveloped the Planned Parenthood abortion business, which was caught selling the body parts of aborted babies for potentially illegal profits.
Now, not only has Indiana University been found to be involved in the grisly body parts trade but it is suing state officials to be able to continue it.
Indiana University is suing the state of Indiana in order to continue experiments using parts from aborted babies, including the brains of aborted babies purchased for $200 each. Today, Indiana Right to Life informed LifeNews.com that it has confirmed Indiana University purchased brains from the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Washington.
Indiana University is suing over a portion of the 2016 Dignity for the Unborn law, which prohibits the transfer and sale of aborted baby parts. Indiana University claims in its lawsuit that the law will jeopardize its research.
Indiana Right to Life opposes using aborted baby body parts for research, citing this practice as unethical and unnecessary. Scientists are working on cures for diseases with ethical avenues like adults stem cells and umbilical cord blood, the pro-life group says.
“Each aborted baby’s brain being dissected by Indiana University researchers belonged to a little boy or girl,” said Mike Fichter, President and CEO of Indiana Right to Life. “We’re sickened that a price tag of $200 was put on the brain of a deceased child whose life was ended in the barbaric practice of abortion. We urge the Indiana University Board of Trustees to step up and put a stop to the experiments on aborted babies.” More