StemExpress, a biotech company with ties to Planned Parenthood, has been surreptitiously editing its website since the release of a video shining a light on its practice of buying the remains of aborted fetuses.
Last Tuesday, the group Center for Medical Progress posted a video showing Planned Parenthood executive Deborah Nucatola going into vivid and disturbing detail about how she and other abortionists affiliated with the organization go about collecting body parts from aborted fetuses in order to turn them over for medical research. The video brought a great deal of attention to StemExpress, which was highlighted on the Center’s website as a major purchaser of aborted fetal material.
Shortly after the video broke and began getting attention, StemExpress’s website went down. After about a day, the site went back up, with an apology, insisting it had been “knocked offline by excessive traffic.” The page now also has a statement “concerning recent media stories,” affirming that it follows all laws and contributes to life-saving research:
StemExpress is a small life sciences company that supports leading research institutions in the United States and internationally … to provide stem cells and other human tissue critical to medical research.
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