Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

US News

University Under Investigation For Making Use of Aborted Babies

via BBC News
This article was originally published at Publications approved for syndication have permission to republish this article, such as Microsoft News, Yahoo News, Newsbreak, UltimateNewswire and others. To learn more about syndication opportunities, visit About Us.

The University of Pittsburgh is under investigation by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for alleged illegal harvesting of fetal tissue from aborted babies for research.

The investigation was prompted by emails obtained through a public records request, revealing that the university had been subpoenaed by the HHS Office of Inspector General.

The emails confirm a federal probe into the university’s fetal tissue projects, including experiments involving late-term aborted fetal kidneys and other body parts. (Trending: Democrat Excludes White People From Holiday Party In Controversial Email)

“The University of Pittsburgh has been a center for some of the most barbaric experiments, government funded experiments, on the body parts of late-term aborted babies,” CMP President David Daleiden said.

“We now have the first confirmation with these FOIA documents that this is all subject of a formal federal law enforcement investigation of the OIG [Office of Inspector General].”

“With regard to your request for documentation/information, please be aware that we received a subpoena from HHS OIG requesting similar documentation on October 28, 2021,” Pitt’s Senior Vice Chancellor for Research Dr. Rob Rutenba wrote.

“We are happy to provide the requested information to both you and the HHS OIG, however, [redacted] instructed us not to provide the documentation you have requested information until he has had the opportunity to speak with you.”

“We don’t know the results of the OIG investigation yet. We don’t know if the OIG has further referred that investigation to the FBI or the Department of Justice. The University of Pittsburgh has been completely in damage control mode,” Daleiden said.

“As we have stated in the past: Fetal tissue research plays a critical role in advancing life-saving discoveries. We remain committed to maintaining robust internal controls and to extending our record of compliance at the state and federal levels, and we take these responsibilities seriously,” a Pitt spokesman stated early in 2022.

“I think that the fact that a federal law enforcement agency like OIG thought that the information and allegations about the grant application were serious enough to open an investigation shows that the issue of fetal trafficking and selling aborted baby parts is not going away for the abortion industry,” Daleiden said.

The university hired an outside law firm to review its fetal tissue experiment program and claims compliance with state and federal law, while Republicans are calling for an audit of Pitt’s activities.

Most Popular:

New Movie Obamas Helped Make Raises Eyebrows: ‘Don’t Trust White People’

Dr. Fauci Says the Unthinkable About Going To Church

Here Are The Most Disturbing Ways Hunter Biden Spent His Millions

You May Also Like