Doctor Refuses to Say What Happens to Babies After They’re Aborted at Planned Parenthood

Missouri state legislators are closer to learning what goes on behind the scenes at Planned Parenthood, but their state investigation faced a new roadblock this week after a pathologist who works with the abortion giant refused to testify. State legislators launched an investigation of Planned Parenthood last year after undercover videos revealed some of the abortion business’s top officials discussing the trafficking of aborted babies’ body parts. One of the undercover videos mentioned the abortion chain’s St. Louis clinic as an “untapped supplier” of baby body parts. Planned Parenthood leaders in Missouri stalled the investigation when they failed to answer a state subpoena for information in November. Late last week, the abortion group finally reached an agreement with state lawmakers to hand over documents pertaining to its disposal of aborted babies’ bodies, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Keep up with the latest pro-life news and information on Twitter. However, pathologist James Miller, the owner of Pathology Services of St. Louis, which works with Planned Parenthood to analyze fetal tissue, is refusing to testify after he also was subpoenaed for information, ABC 17 News reports. An attorney for Miller told the news outlet that he planned to use his fifth amendment rights against self-incrimination to not testify in front of the state Senate. Miller and Mary Kogut, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region and Southwest Missouri, had been summoned to testify in front of the state Senate on Monday to explain why they did not answer the subpoena; but the meeting was canceled when Planned Parenthood finally agreed to comply, according to the report....