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Judge voids charge against photog who exposed PP's baby parts business

Pro-lifers call decision 'a smack-down of bogus charges' that were politically contrived

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A county court on Tuesday dismissed a misdemeanor charge against the man responsible for undercover investigations of Planned Parenthood, although a related felony charge is still pending.

“The dismissal of the first indictment today sends a strong message to Planned Parenthood and their political cronies that colluding to suppress the First Amendment rights of citizen journalists will never work,” said the Center for Medical Progress, the group founded by David Daleiden.

The “swift dismissal” of the charge against Daleiden is evidence that “the indictments from a runaway grand jury in Houston were a politically-motivated sham all along,” the statement went on to say.

Daleiden leads the “Human Capital Project” for the Center for Medical Progress, which describes itself as a “group of citizen journalists dedicated to monitoring and reporting on medical ethics and advances.”

The project, a series of undercover videos released starting last July, tried to show Planned Parenthood’s role in the transfer of fetal tissue of aborted babies to harvesters for compensation.

This article continues at [The Pilot] Judge drops charge against Planned Parenthood investigator

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