Contempt Charges Against StemExpress

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Contempt Charges Against StemExpress

Bradley Mattes   |   October 03, 2016

The House Select Panel on Infant Lives has been investigating Planned Parenthood selling aborted baby body parts. The chief company they’ve been selling to is StemExpress whose profits have mushroomed in recent years, likely due to this lucrative arrangement. Their own literature claims abortion mills can enjoy “a financial benefit.” The Select Panel of course wants StemExpress to account for these profits because it’s a federal offence to sell human organs. The penalty could be ten years in prison and/or a half-million-dollar fine. So far StemExpress has refused to cooperate, so the Panel unanimously voted to hold them in contempt of Congress. The company has given lame excuses why they won’t cooperate—thus the contempt charges. Please join me in praying justice is served.

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