Supremes: Baby body parts vids can stay hidden

William Orrick

The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to take up an appeal of an abortion-linked federal judge’s gag order on undercover videos exposing the abortion industry’s body-parts trade, leaving in place a lower-court ruling that blocked the release of videos.

The case will continue, however, against the ruling from U.S. District Judge William Orrick, who has links to Planned Parenthood and whose part in the case is being challenged on ethics grounds.

While videos of Planned Parenthood operatives and others made by the Center for Medical Progress were released in 2015, Orrick suppressed videos made at a National Abortion Federation, or NAF, meeting, even though they allegedly reveal “criminal, illegal, and unethical acts.”

Observing the backlash against Planned Parenthood caused by the videos – several divisions were referred for investigation – NAF sued CMP and its board, which includes Troy Newman of Operation Rescue.

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