Aborted fetal remains from Ohio Planned Parenthood reportedly ended up in …

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Aborted fetal remains from Ohio Planned Parenthood reportedly ended up in landfills, incinerators.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio’s governor and top law enforcer asked educators across the state on Thursday to help in the battle against opiate addiction.After Planned Parenthood was caught potentially breaking multiple federal laws to sell the body parts of aborted babies, multiple states began investigations of the nation’s largest abortion business Now, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has announced the results of his investigation and he indicates the abortion giant appears to be breaking state laws regarding the disposal of the bodies of aborted babies.

Planned Parenthood facilities in Cincinnati, Columbus and southeast of Cleveland violated regulations by disposing of aborted fetuses in landfills, the Ohio attorney general’s office found. DeWine announced the investigation in mid-July after anti-abortion activists began releasing undercover videos they said showed Planned Parenthood personnel negotiating the sale of fetal organs. Documents and financial records from Planned Parenthood organizations as well as companies they contracted with revealed that no fetal tissue was sold, but that disposal methods were in violation of Ohio law, which requires that a “fetus shall be disposed of in a humane manner,” Additionally, the Planned Parenthood facility in Bedford Heights stated it uses only one company for disposal. Kasich asked the officials to spread the word to teachers and other colleagues of the value of delivering regular warnings to students about the negative effects of drug use.

It is important the public be aware that these practices are taking place at these Ohio facilities.” But Planned Parenthood flatly denied DeWine’s conclusion: “This is not true,” said Stephanie Kight, president and chief executive officer of Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio. “Planned Parenthood contracts with vendors to handle fetal tissue in a respectful manner and in accordance with the law. According to the attorney general’s investigation, Planned Parenthood clinics in Cincinnati and Columbus gave fetal remains to Marietta-based Accu Medical Waste, which then sent the remains to a landfill in Kentucky. He cited a statistic that a student who hears a message discouraging them from using drugs has a 50 percent likelihood of not using them, making it “within our power” to have an impact. “What we really need to do is to make sure that every superintendent in every school district in this state knows that the drug problem is everywhere and that one of the most important components in fighting drug abuse is to have our teachers communicate a very simple message,” Kasich told the group. It is irresponsible for the AG to say otherwise.” The investigation by the attorney general’s Charitable Law Section was launched this summer after video appeared on the Internet apparently showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing how to abort fetuses so the tissue would be in the best condition to be sold. While the state sends out anti-drug talking points every two weeks for use by school districts, it remains a challenge to get people to open, read and make use of emails providing the tips, the governor said.

It is a grotesque portrait of their urgent need to dispose of their victims along with the truth.” Ohio Right to Life joins Attorney General DeWine in calling on the Ohio General Assembly to pass legislation to ensure that the aborted remains of babies are treated humanely, Gonidakis said. Planned Parenthood has been the subject of intense scrutiny after a series of undercover videos accused the abortion provider, which receives federal funding, of selling fetal parts. Both Kasich and DeWine urged education officials to take advantage of the services and resources that their offices provide to school districts to get the anti-drug message to more young people. “The one thing that seems to work is when a local community gets so sick of seeing their kids die that this brings up a grassroots effort, and it’s focused not on law enforcement but it’s focused on treatment, it’s focused on prevention, it’s focused on education,” he said. “The communities that are doing that are really making some progress. He indicated the pro-life organization is currently working with Representative Robert McColley (R-Napoleon), Representative Kyle Koehler (R-Springfield), and Senator Joe Uecker (R-Miami Township) to introduce such legislation.

Department Director Rick Hodges said his office is working with the attorney general “to pursue appropriate legal action including seeking a court order to restrict Planned Parenthood activities where violations of law have occurred. The abortion clinics, along with two waste disposal companies, could pay fines ranging from $2,200 to $21,150 for violating the state disposal regulations, department Director Catherine Heigel told the panel.

And there’s no way they would know.” In the seventh and perhaps most disturbing video: Holly O’Donnell described the harvesting, or “procurement,” of organs from a nearly intact late-term fetus aborted at Planned Parenthood Mar Monte’s Alameda clinic in San Jose, CA. “‘You want to see something kind of cool,’” O’Donnell says her supervisor asked her. “And she just taps the heart, and it starts beating. And I’m sitting here and I’m looking at this fetus, and its heart is beating, and I don’t know what to think.” The ninth video: catches a Planned Parenthood medical director discussing how the abortion company sells fully intact aborted babies — including one who “just fell out” of the womb. Amna Dermish is caught on tape describing an illegal partial-birth abortion procedure to terminate living, late-term unborn babies which she hopes will yield intact fetal heads for brain harvesting.

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