- The Washington Times - Monday, March 13, 2017

A former clinic manager at Planned Parenthood says she was instructed not to tell mothers if they were pregnant with twins after abortions, because “it usually just upsets them.”

In a video released by Live Action last week, Sue Thayer describes in graphic detail an abortion she witnessed during her time at the nation’s largest abortion provider.

After the procedure, she says she had to rearrange the body in order to ensure “you got all the parts.”

“And I remember standing there looking at that, and I said, ‘Why are there three arms?’” Ms. Thayer says in the video. “And you know we’re looking at — and the gal training me said, ‘Twins. It was twins.’”

“And I said, ‘Do you tell the mom that she had twins?’” Ms. Thayer says. “And she said, ‘No, it usually just upsets them.’”

Ms. Thayer says she flushed the remains after that abortion.

“And I just remember standing there thinking, ‘All those babies are in the Des Moines sewer system,’” she says.

But later, she noticed the company storing the body parts in a freezer.

“In later time that I would be there, they were putting those babies in little red bags with a twist tie, and then they’d fling them in the freezer,” she says. “And I remember kind of thinking, ‘I wonder what they do with those. Because if there’s a buck to be made, they will sell those.’”

A series of undercover videos released by the Center for Medical Progress in 2015 accused Planned Parenthood of illicitly profiting off of the sale of body parts from abortions.

The Live Action video is part of its Abortion Corporation series to debunk Planned Parenthood’s claim that it provides comprehensive women’s health care and to encourage Congress to defund the nation’s largest abortion provider.



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