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November 6, 2019

Daleiden Trial: Planned Parenthood Claims Security Upgrades After Undercover Report are "Damages"

CMP undercover journalist David Daleiden
The Planned Parenthood Federation of America had Gregory Regan, a public accountant, taken the stand to explain the "damages" that Planned Parenthood suffered as a result of videos released by the Center for Medical Progress. The videos were recorded by undercover journalists and exposed the sale of aborted babies' body parts.

Between "infiltration" and "security" categories, PPFA claims to have suffered $630,213 worth of damages. This includes costs for increased vetting for conference attendees, badges, ID scanners, and guards.

When he was cross-examined, Regan agreed with defense attorney Vladimir Kozina that he was not giving an opinion on the cause of those damages. Furthermore, the prosecution offered no analysis regarding the necessity of security upgrades.

Defense Attorney Peter Breen issued into evidence an email from Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains CEO Vicki Cowart, who was frustrated at a lack of very basic security measures. Cowart states in the email that a Google search for the "BioMax" address (the fake company that the CMP used to conduct its undercover investigation) showed that it was not a real tissue procurement company. “If you have not been doing this level of security and vetting [a Google search], will you start immediately?” she wrote.

If a Google search could have accomplished the same goal that Planned Parenthood spent over half a million dollars doing, then those costs weren't really necessary.

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