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DC Officials Urged to Preserve 5 Aborted Babies That Could Be Evidence of Federal Crime

Updated: February 9, 2024 at 4:15 pm EST  See Comments

The pressure is mounting on D.C. city officials to preserve the bodies of the five dead babies suspected of being victims of illegal and very late-term abortions performed in 2022 at a Washington, D.C. abortion clinic. 

As CBN News reported in April of 2022, the five babies at the center of headlines were among 115 remains from unborn babies rescued on March 25 from a medical waste transport company parked outside the Washington Surgi-Clinic in D.C.

The babies’ masticated corpses were handed over to pro-life activist Lauren Handy. Pro-life groups believe the five babies were illegally aborted in violation of the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act or the Born-Alive Infant Protection Act.

Attorneys with the Thomas More Society are defending Handy against prosecution by the Biden Department of Justice for her attempts to stop such abortions in the facility, the nonprofit law firm said.

On Monday, Thomas More Society Senior Counsel Martin Cannon received “a call from the Medical Examiner’s Office indicating that the DOJ has advised them that there is no reason to keep those babies anymore,” The Daily Signal reported. 

“And the medical examiner’s office accordingly tells me that if we don’t have an order to the contrary, by the

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