BREAKING: Baby Brain harvesting scandal In New Mexico [VIDEO]

BREAKING: Baby Brain harvesting scandal In New Mexico [VIDEO]

The New Mexico Alliance for Life is calling for a special prosecutor in a case that will make your hair curl.

NMAFL has evidence that the University of New Mexico ordered the brain of a 7 month-old aborted baby with the intent to dissect it during a summer camp.

In a video, Dr. Paul Roth – the Chancellor of the University of New Mexico Health Science Center – admits that the university procured the “fetal brains.”

Watch the video below:

Elisa Martinez, the NMAFL Director, claims that there is evidence of illegal activity. Despite this, New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas is refusing to investigate the situation and is allowing the statue of limitations to run out.

“Five years ago tomorrow, the University of New Mexico unlawfully ordered the brains of a seven-month aborted baby to dissect with summer camp student,” Martinez stated. “Dr. Paul Roth, Chancellor of the UNM Health Science Center, has admitted that UNM obtained these brains, which were never used for research.”

“There is ample evidence that UNM has broken state law by collecting these aborted baby parts without lawful consent from the mothers of the children. Yet Attorney General Hector Balderas refuses to do the basic duty of his office and investigate what’s really going on behind the taxpayer-funded university’s closed doors.”

Don’t you think that Balderas owes it to the taxpayers of his state to look into an institution that is breaking the law, if they are funding it?

The press release from the New Mexico Alliance for Life obtained by Right Wing News reads, in part:

“This is malpractice,” said Martinez, whose organization provided key information that led to criminal referrals against UNM and late-term abortion center Southwestern Women’s Options (SWO) by a Congressional committee. “Taxpayers deserve better than this, which is why NMAFL is formally calling for a special prosecutor to investigate UNM and Southwestern Women’s Options.”

Under New Mexico law, the Maternal Fetal and Infant Experimentation Act (MFIEA) requires a six-point consent process for fetal tissue donation. Additionally, the Jonathan Spradling Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act prohibits the donation of fetal tissue for research. Both laws were cited in the Congressional committee’s referrals.

Violations of the Spradling Act are third-degree felonies punishable by up to a $5,000 fine and/or six years in prison. The statute of limitations on such a crime is five years, which in the case of the procured brains is May 24, 2017.

A deposition indicates that the abortionist did not actually ask for permission to utilize the dead child’s brain from the mother prior or even after the abortion. She was also not familiar with the form that is allegedly used to obtain permission for the use of a dead baby’s body parts.

A total of 82 criminal claims expired while Balderas has been in office, with 59 of those coming after he received the 300-page criminal referral last summer, according to Martinez.

This is absolutely unacceptable and needs to be brought to the attention of the public. There is no excuse for refusing to investigate these heinous actions, except complete and unabashed corruption.

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