Daleiden accusers will be secret

Deputy attorney general confers with abortionist attorneys during hearing breaks

David Daleiden: “Kamala Harris owns everything that happened in the courtroom.” (Photo by Pete Balinski/LifeSite.)

The following comes from a Feb. 12 story on LifeSiteNews.

Pro-life advocate David Daleiden decried what he said was “collusion” that he witnessed happening in court yesterday between California’s deputy attorney general and abortion organizations.

“What you saw in court [yesterday is that] U.S. presidential candidate Kamala Harris owns everything that happened in the courtroom, and everything that’s going to continue to happen in this case,” said Daleiden in an exclusive interview with LifeSiteNews after the hearing in San Francisco.

“This case was brought by Kamala Harris on behalf of Planned Parenthood and you can see the collusion in real time in the courtroom between Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Federation and the California Attorney General’s office weaponizing the law enforcement powers of the California Attorney General’s office to come after citizen journalism, attack the first amendment, and try and cover up for their political buddies and their campaign donors of Planned Parenthood who are under current FBI and DOJ investigation right now for selling baby body parts against the law for profit,” he added.

When LifeSiteNews asked Daleiden to explain the “collusion” that he saw happening, he responded: “You can see in every break and sometimes not even during a break the [deputy] attorney general [Johnette Jauron] is constantly going back to the lawyers for Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Federation, consulting with them, asking them how to proceed, plotting their next moves together.”

“This is something that we see in the documents that have already been produced from the investigation of this case. And, it’s something that Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Federation need to be held accountable for because this isn’t a fair proceeding right now when an outside third party corporation — two of them, Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Federation — are allowed to come in and try and just take over a prosecution as if it’s any other lawsuit. So, they should be thrown out of court,” he added.

Yesterday Judge Christopher C. Hite of the Superior Court in San Francisco ruled that the 14 “secret” pro-abortion “Does” named as accusers in 15 criminal charges brought against Daleiden and co-defendant Sandra Merritt in 2017 would remain sealed during the case.

 

Comments

  1. I believe Kamala Harris plotted and colluded with PP to provide legal advice and protection when threatened by a lawsuit for the illegal sale of baby parts. This is still going on from a distance. She should be in jail right now, not in the U.S. Senate.

    • CalCatholic says

      I agree. So why isn’t she. What name is keeping her out? Are good lawyers afraid to print charges against her, what is that person’s name? There must be somebody in charge who stops her prosecution or we are being lied to.

  2. On what possible grounds would this happen? There is a lot of missing information in the story.

  3. helen wheels says

    makes you think there is no longer any rule of law
    just raw power

  4. ELIZABETH T. says

    RIGHT ON JOHN!!!!!!

  5. And all along we have always been told that we have a right to face our accusers. I never knew that SF has an exception to it.

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