Indiana University Buying Aborted Baby Organs

By St. Joseph County Right to Life | November 4, 2016, 2:34pm

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Public records have surfaced which indicate that Indiana University is buying aborted baby brains for $200.00 each. This invoice is proof! Further, the university has filed a law suit against the State of Indiana, arguing against measures which would prevent them from continuing these practices (see here).

“Each aborted baby’s brain being dissected by Indiana University researchers belonged to a little boy or girl,” said Mike Fichter, President and CEO of Indiana Right to Life. “We’re sickened that a price tag of $200 was put on the brain of a deceased child whose life was ended in the barbaric practice of abortion. We urge the Indiana University Board of Trustees to step up and put a stop to the experiments on aborted babies” (for the full story, see this brief).

Please speak out NOW. In just a few seconds, you can allow your voice to be heard in support of the unborn by using your mobile device.

Simply text the letters ‘IU’ to 52886, and follow the prompt.  With a single click you can send individual e-mail messages advocating for the unborn to every single member of the IU Board of Trustees, federal and state representatives and senators, and the governor.

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