BREAKING: Congressman Pearce Calls On U.S. Attorney General to Investigate University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center and Southwestern Women's Options Late-Term Abortion Business
ALBUQUERQUE: As New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas allows valid claims to expire daily, Congressman Steve Pearce issued a statment yesterday calling on U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate Southwestern Women's Options (SWWO) late-term abortion business and University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center (UNMHSC). Pearce cited the violations of law identified by the Select Panel on Infant Lives' criminal referrals for both UNMHSC and SWWO. The Panel found numerous violations of both state and federal law in the harvesting of aborted infant body parts for research between SWWO and UNMHSC. From Pearce's letter to the U.S Attorney General:
"We formally request your office conduct an investigation on UNMHSC and SWWO practices related to the Panel's findings... We also ask that your office prosecutes, to the fullest extent of the law, any violations that are uncovered. It is entirely unacceptable for these institutions to continually violate 42 U.S. Code § 289g-2 as well as other state and federal laws, especially in-light of the interstate commerce that is generated from these abortions and the research that is conducted with the subsequent fetal tissue."
New Mexico Alliance for Life (NMAFL) consulted with the Panel and provided thousands of documents resulting in the two criminal referrals issued for UNMHSC and SWWO. NMAFL has also raised the issue of claims involving baby brains, hearts and skin expiring by NM Attorney General Hector Balderas, protecting the abortion industry over women and unborn children.
"It has been over a year since NM Attorney General Hector Balderas received the criminal referrals from Congress evidencing massive violations of the law--yet he has done nothing but allow over one hundred claims to expire," said Elisa Martinez NMAFL executive director. "We will continue working with Congressman Pearce on these issues and applaud his stand in demanding justice on behalf of New Mexico women and unborn children who have been left behind by Hector Balderas."
You can read the letter sent by Congressman Pearce to the Office of the U.S Attorney General here.
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HECTOR BALDERAS: DENIES JUSTICE TO OVER 100 WOMEN
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