Pro-life videographer, David Daleiden, who exposed the abortion industry’s involvement in the buying and selling of baby parts from aborted fetuses, has been ordered to pay a $195,000 fine for publishing the damning videos.
The abortion industry’s lawsuit against David Daleiden, the citizen journalist who exposed the industry’s trafficking of fetal body parts, was handed a setback last week when a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit decided to look into allegations of bias against the judge who has been presiding over the case.
The U.S. Supreme Court has given the abortion lobby until January 26 to respond to a petition filed by attorneys for pro-life activist David Daleiden asking to reverse the gag order that is preventing Daleiden from releasing more damning videos exposing the trafficking of human body parts throughout the abortion industry.
Attorneys representing David Daleiden filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court seeking a review of a lower court decision to impose a gag rule on the pro-life videographer which prevents him from releasing additional footage that exposes the abortion industry’s trafficking of human body parts.
Lawyers representing David Daleiden, the videographer who released damning footage of abortion industry workers trafficking in fetal body parts in 2015, have filed a motion to have the judge in the case disqualified because of his ties to Planned Parenthood.