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Third Undercover Video Purports to Show Planned Parenthood Director Standing Near Dead Fetuses Discussing Price ‘Per Item’


"I thought I was going to be just drawing blood, not procuring tissue from aborted fetuses."


A pro-life, medical ethics group has released a short documentary that features an ex-lab worker who claims that Planned Parenthood makes a profit off of aborted fetuses, and a doctor who allegedly "prices body parts 'per item'" — the third video in an ongoing series of undercover films that have landed the abortion provider at the center of national controversy.

Most of the mini-documentary from the Center for Medical Progress focuses on ex-procurement technician and phlebotomist Holly O’Donnell, who described herself as "very passionate about people" and "humane," revealing that she was stunned when she started a new job at biotech start-up StemExpress in 2012, and soon learned that she would be processing the remains of aborted fetuses.

"I thought I was going to be just drawing blood, not procuring tissue from aborted fetuses," O'Donnell said in the clip.

She also recalled in gruesome detail what led her to become physically ill during her first day on the job.

"I walk in, I meet the staff and I look over in the corner and there's a little white tray with some pie dishes on it … and then I see someone come in with a bottle of something and there was blood in it," O'Donnell recalled, noting that the contents were put on a dish. "My trainer comes over, puts on gloves — and she grabbed some tweezers … she's like, "This is the head, this is the arm, this is the leg.'"

Then, O'Donnell said that she was asked to take the tweezers and use them to identify fetal body parts, which she started to do before blacking out and waking up in a recovery room inside the clinic — the first time in her life that she said she experienced true anxiety.

Watch the video below (caution: extremely graphic):

O'Donnell also charged that the biotech company has a relationship with Planned Parenthood and that "they partnered with Planned Parenthood and they get part of the money … they do get some kind of benefit."

She said that the abortion provider would receive "compensation" and that there was more money in procuring a brain or a heart over other organs.

"For whatever we could procure, they would get a certain percentage. The main nurse was always trying to make sure we got our specimens," she said. "No one else really cared, but the main nurse did because she knew that Planned Parenthood was getting compensated."

Various clips are also interspersed throughout the more than 11-minute video, including comments from Dr. Deborah Nucatola — the Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s senior director of medical services who was featured in the first of the series of undercover videos that allegedly show officials discussing the sale of post-abortion fetal tissue and organs.

"I think for affiliates, at the end of the day they’re a non-profit," she is seen proclaiming in the heavily edited video. "They just don’t want to – they want to break even and if they can do a little better than break even — and do so in a way that, you know, seems reasonable — they’re happy to do that."

Dr. Savita Ginde, vice-president and medical director of Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, is also seen in the video, allegedly discussing payment per organ that is extracted from aborted fetuses.

"I think a per-item thing works a little better, just because we can see how much we can get out of it," she said, though it is unclear if there is additional context not shown in the edited video.

As TheBlaze previously reported, this video follows another undercover clip released last week that claimed to show Planned Parenthood doctor Dr. Mary Gatter “haggling” over aborted fetuses, as well as the abortion methods used to procure “specimens.”

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