California officials raid anti-Planned Parenthood videographer’s home
California state officials on Tuesday raided and searched the home of pro-life activist David Daleiden, who had exposed Planned Parenthood’s immoral trade in aborted baby parts.
Daleiden told reporters that the state officials searched his apartment and seized all videos related to his explosive covertly conducted investigation into Planned Parenthood. He said the raid was conducted under the auspices of state Attorney General Kamala Harris’s office.
The pro-life activist said, “Today, the California Attorney General’s office of Kamala Harris … seized all video footage showing Planned Parenthood’s criminal trade in aborted baby parts, in addition to my personal information.”
In July last year, Harris had announced that her office would review whether pro-life activist Daleiden’s investigation breached state laws.
Daleiden posted a statement on social-networking platform Facebook, stressing his organization the Center for Medical Progress would pursue all remedies to justify the First Amendment rights.
The raid is the latest in a series of legal woes for Daleiden and his California-based organization. Earlier this year, a Harris County grand jury indicted Daleiden and another pro-life activist Sandra Merritt for using fake driver’s licenses as part of their explosive investigation.
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