A pro-life, medical ethics group has released the fifth video in its ongoing undercover series that allegedly shows Planned Parenthood doctors and staffers discussing the sale of aborted fetal body parts.
The latest footage, which was captured on April 9, 2015, features Melissa Farrell, director of research for Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast in Houston, Texas, who proclaims that her organization has been "doing research for many, many years."
Farrell also allegedly tells two actors posing as tissue buyers that Planned Parenthood can "get creative about when and where, and under what conditions can we interject something that is specific to the tissue procurement needs."
At one point, the buyers speak with her about "financial gain" over a meal, and at another point they are seen with medical staff observing fetal remains in a pathology lab — an incredibly graphic scene that is reminiscent of what unfolded at a different clinic in the fourth video.
"This patient was at, like, 18 weeks, I think," one medical staffer says, while sifting through fetal remains.
The clip also features the faux tissue buyers presumably asking if abortion procedures can be changed and adjusted to account for specific organ and tissue needs, including fully intact fetuses — to which Farrell seemingly responds affirmatively.
"So, if we alter our process and we are able to obtain intact fetal cadavers, then we can make it part of the budget that any dissections are this, and splitting the specimens into different shipments is this," she said. "I mean that's — it's all just a matter of line items."
Watch the shocking footage below (caution: graphic):
The footage seemingly repeatedly shows Farrell discussing how specific needs are taken into account.
"We've had studies in which the company, or in the case of the investigator, has a specific need, for a certain portion of the products of conception and we bake that into our contract, and our protocol, that we follow this, so we deviate from our standard in order to do that," she said.
Farrell did mention in the heavily edited clip that input would be required from the doctors who perform the abortions.
"In the cases of when it's mattered, you know, physicians also need an intact specimen, they can make it happen," she added.
This follows a fourth video that featured Dr. Savita Ginde, vice-president and medical director of Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, allegedly discussing payment per organ that is extracted from aborted fetuses.