Abortionists' lawyer flubs, asks witness about crimes in industry
ACLJ said lawyers for Planned Parenthood called Merritt to the stand.
"She is the pro-life grandmother who went undercover to expose Planned Parenthood. The judge in the case has said that the abortion-related nature of the videos should not be the focus of the trial. But the attorney for Planned Parenthood opened the door by asking Merritt why she recorded her conversations with the Planned Parenthood doctor. And the judge allowed it.
"Merrittâ€™s answer was that her main reason for participating was to see if Planned Parenthood was engaged in criminal activity," ACLJ said. "She said that she went undercover to see if abortionists were really willing to alter the abortion procedure in order to profit from the sale of human body parts, such as performing partial-birth abortion. She also wanted to see if any other laws were being violated."
ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow previously explained...