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New CMP Video Shows Abortion 'Trade Show,' Gruesome Baby Parts Secrets

The Center for Medical Progress (CMP) is at it again. The latest video, released Thursday, purports to reveal a "secretive, annual meeting trade show" hosted by the National Abortion Federation (NAF) every April. In the video, various abortionists admit the gruesome nature of their work, and talk about performing abortions with an eye to preserving body parts for sale.

"You know, sometimes she'll tell me she wants brain, and we'll, you know, leave the calvarium [skull] until last, and then try to basically take it or actually take it or actually, you know, catch everything, and then even keep it separate from the rest of the tissue so it doesn't get lost," Dr. Deborah Nucatola, senior director of medical services at Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA), says in the video.

Nucatola was the center of earlier CMP sting videos, which revealed certain Planned Parenthood staff members' penchant for keeping body parts of aborted babies to sell to outfits like StemExpress. Under the law, PPFA may recoup costs of harvesting and transporting fetal tissue, but it may not profit from the sale.

The earlier videos showed workers allegedly profiting, speaking about purchasing Lamborghinis. While PPFA released a report meant to silence the scandal, they used Fusion GPS, the same firm behind the notorious Trump-Russia dossier. Meant to dismiss the CMP videos as selectively edited, the report actually acknowledged that there was no "widespread evidence of substantive video manipulation."

This means that most likely, the new CMP video is also accurate. So Nucatola's comments about preserving the skulls of aborted babies are likely legitimate.

On the subject of skulls, the new video also showed Talcott Camp, J.D., the deputy director of the ACLU's Reproductive Health Freedom Project. "I'm like — oh my God! I get it! When the skull is broken, that's really sharp!" Camp admitted in a speech. "I get it! I understand why people are talking about getting that skull out."

"The fetus is a tough little object, and taking it apart, I mean taking it apart, on day one is very difficult," Dr. Susan Robinson, an abortionist at Planned Parenthood Mar Monte in San Jose, Calif., said in the video.