Trial Stay Suppresses Evidence of Fetal Parts for Sale

A stay in the trial against David Daleiden, according to his legal team, was "based on the political bias and selective prosecution." Evidence will include further videos about how Planned Parenthood skirts laws against the sale of fetal parts and trades in the remains of pre-born babies. (Values Voter Summit photo)

The Christian Post – The California Supreme Court issued a stay on a preliminary hearing in the felony trial for pro-life activist David Daleiden in which his attorneys were to present a defense that would have included their undercover videos of abortion providers.

Last Friday, California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye put the hearing on delay until further notice, according to a press release emailed out on Monday morning on behalf of the Thomas More Society, which is representing Daleiden.

The high court’s decision to issue a stay put a halt to the hearing, which was scheduled to take place on Monday and was expected to last about two weeks.

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