Pro-life advocates took to the streets of Alameda last week after a local pro-life organization obtained documents detailing the purchase and sale of murdered unborn babies’ body parts between the University of California, San Francisco, and bioscientific “nonprofit” foundation Advanced Bioscience Resources.
The November 11 event was organized by pro-life activist group Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust and held outside the Advanced Bioscience Resources (ABR) facility in Alameda, a Bay Area city just east of San Francisco.
In 2015, ABR was one of multiple companies targeted by pro-life activist and Center for Medical Progress founder David Daleiden for its involvement in the “live dismemberment and fetal organ harvesting” of unborn babies.
A. J. Hurley, director of Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, told LifeSite’s Alejandro Rodriguez in an interview his group chose to rally outside the ABR building last week because local anti-abortion organization Pro-Life San Francisco recently obtained documentation which they say proves ABR was selling the organs of unborn babies for profit.
“Pro-Life San Francisco specifically obtained a fetal organ pricing sheet from ABR due to a public records request and the actual invoices for how much they’re getting for these late term second trimester fetal organs intact,” Hurley told LifeSite.
Hurley said that pancreases, livers, thymus glands, and the intact cadavers of unborn children are listed on the pricing sheet and invoices….
The above comes from a Nov. 18 story on LifeSiteNews.
Blocking the street is wrong when Antifa does it, and it’s wrong when prolifers do it.
Boy, you got right to gist of this demonic evil.
because blocking a street
is an ultimate moral value?
you attend a catholic high school?
I was at the Alameda protest, on Thursday, Veterans Day, when all city offices were closed. No one was arrested by Alameda police. Even though the streets were blocked in front of the Alameda Police Department, no police appeared. The photos of arrests were taken in San Francisco, date unknown. You can see that the shoulder patch on the officers says: “San Francisco Sheriff”. Different county.