Congressional Panel to Release Deposition of UNM Department Chair
NMAFL Investigation Resulted in Deposition
We've received notice that the Congressional Select Panel on Infant Lives is preparing to release content from a deposition of University of New Mexico Obstetrics & Gynecology Department Chair and abortionist, Dr. Eve Espey. The Panel will vote on this matter today, along with holding Cate Dyer, the CEO of StemExpress, a fetal tissue procurement company for Planned Parenthood, in contempt of Congress for withholding information regarding profiting and possible trafficking of aborted infant body parts.
The Select Panel's deposition of Espey, took place in May of this year, came as a result of New Mexico Alliance for Life (NMAFL) investigations into University of New Mexico (UNM) practices.
"Dr. Espey, Dr. Paul Roth, and other senior UNM Health Sciences officials have long stonewalled the public, our investigations and even Congress on their unethical and possibly illegal practices," said NMAFL Executive Director Elisa Martinez. "We believe today's release will lay bare some of these activities, many of which have been subsidized by taxpayer dollars."
Among other items, documents exclusively provided to the Panel by NMAFL:
Dr. Espey's invalid contract for UNM resident training at late-term abortion clinic, Southwestern Women's Options (SWWO), since disbanded after our investigation exposed in the Albuquerque Journal.
Wednesday, September 21, 2016 2:00 PM EST, 12:00 PM MST
"New Mexico and federal taxpayers send millions of dollars to UNM Health Sciences Center every year," said Martinez. "Today's release of the deposition summary is the first step in forcing UNM Health Sciences Center to finally be transparent and accountable to the public."
We will keep you informed with accurate analysis as the content of Espey's deposition is released and what you can do next. Make sure to stay tuned to NMAFL as your insider source for updates on our investigations and work with the Select Panel on Infant Lives.