HORRIFIC: StemExpress CEO Admits To Selling Beating Baby Hearts & Decapitated Baby Heads

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This is truly disturbing news not for the faint of heart, so consider this a warning: the details of what you are about to read are utterly gruesome and sickening.

The CEO of StemExpress – a biotech company dedicated to "progress" in medical research who has been exposed as Planned Parenthood's go-to for getting baby body parts to traffick – has admitted that her business supplies, among other body parts, intact heads of unborn babies and still-beating fetal hearts.

These details were revealed during the preliminary hearing of David Daleidena and Sandra Merritt, who are being charged with felony invasion of privacy after posing as fetal tissue procurers to covertly infiltrate and record meetings with abortion providers in an effort to expose them.

StemExpress was one of the companies implicated in Daleiden and Merritt's findings as baby body part traffickers.

The CEO was caught on tape by Daleiden and Merritt stating that there is a huge demand for "raw fetal tissue" in the market and making sick comments like "Just make sure the eyes are closed" in reference to how they ship baby heads.

LifeSite News has more gritty details of this disturbing admission:

The CEO of StemExpress admitted in court Thursday that her biotech company supplies beating fetal hearts and intact fetal heads to medical researchers.

She also admitted at the preliminary hearing of David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt of the Center for Medical Progress that the baby’s head could be procured attached to the baby’s body or “could be torn away.”

“That is an especially gruesome admission, but it begs the question: how did they get these fully intact human children?” says Peter Breen of the Thomas More Society, which is representing Daleiden at the hearing.

“If you have a fetus with an intact head and an intact body, and intact extremities, that is something that would indicate that child was born alive, and then had their organs cut out of them, or that that child was the victim of an illegal partial-birth abortion,” he told LifeSiteNews.

“Both of these are gruesome and violent acts.”

CMP’s Daleiden and Merritt are charged with 15 felony counts of illegal taping of confidential information in connection with undercover videos they released in 2015 after a three-year covert investigation into the buying and selling of baby body parts, which is a felony.

The covertly recorded videos exposed StemExpress as the go-to in California for Planned Parenthood’s trafficking in baby body parts, and the biotech company cut its ties with Planned Parenthood shortly after these were released.

CMP’s legal team is arguing in the preliminary hearing that the law does not consider conversations that can be overheard confidential and that covert recording is allowed when done to investigate violent crimes.

On Thursday, the court saw video clips of the StemExpress CEO, identified as Doe 12, meeting in May 2015 with Daleiden and Merritt, who were posing as owners of a biotech company.

Doe 12 says in the video there’s a great demand for “raw fetal tissue,” and that the “insanely fragile” neural or brain tissue is best shipped in a “whole calvarium,” or head, whereupon Daleiden says, “Just make sure the eyes are closed.”

“Yeah,” laughs Doe 12, “Tell the lab techs its coming…it’s almost like they don’t want to know what it is.”

Doe 12 was far less forthcoming in her testimony Thursday, as Breen noted.

“One thing we’ve observed throughout these proceedings is that these witnesses were much more candid when they spoke to David and Susan on the undercover video than they are on the stand,” he told LifeSiteNews.

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