Houston, Texas, Jan 25, 2016 / 16:42 pm
Updated Jan 25, 2016 at 18:16 MST: The Center for Medical Progress issued a statement saying it "uses the same undercover techniques that investigative journalists have used for decades in exercising our First Amendment rights to freedom of speech and of the press, and follows all applicable laws. We respect the processes of the Harris County District Attorney, and note that buying fetal tissue requires a seller as well. Planned Parenthood still cannot deny the admissions from their leadership about fetal organ sales captured on video for all the world to see."
Original story continues:
A Houston grand jury on Monday indicted the leaders behind the undercover videos which exposed Planned Parenthood's role in offering fetal tissue for compensation. The grand jury had been investigating alleged misconduct by Planned Parenthood.
David Daleiden, project lead at the Center for Medical Progress, and fellow worker Sandra Merritt were indicted Jan. 25 on a second-degree felony charge of "tampering with a governmental record."