TX GRAND JURY: Just Indicted Under-Cover Video Makers, INSTEAD of Planned Parenthood

fifth-planned-parenthood-video-725x375The Grand Jury has come to the conclusion that PP has ‘done nothing wrong’. But the people who thought selling baby parts, for a profit, was wrong and investigated it are now getting the heat. Unbelievable.

The question going in: how did it occur to the grand jury to level charges against the video investigators for the Center for Medical Progress?

The stories about this are all written as if the Harris County grand jury came up with the charges.  But grand juries don’t do that.  Prosecutors come up with charges, and then present them to grand juries for the indictment decision.

So the next question is obviously: why are the news stories ignoring what had to be the role of the Harris County District Attorney’s office in framing charges against the CMP investigators, David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt?

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Backing up for just a moment, the breaking story is, as indicated in the headline, that the grand jury convened to investigate Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast (PPGC) “brought charges” today against Daleiden and Merritt.  Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick (R) requested a criminal investigation into PPGC back in August 2015, after the CMP video series was released showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale and harvesting of body parts from aborted babies.  The Harris County DA, Devon Anderson (also an R), agreed to undertake an investigation in the Houston area, and had the grand jury convened to consider charges.

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