Sue Thayer and Marianne Anderson recount gruesome ‘baby parts sorting’ as Planned Parenthood workers
Two former Planned Parenthood clinic managers shared first-hand accounts of the gruesome procedure of sorting baby body parts after an abortion during an interview with Live Action.
Both Sue Thayer and Marianne Anderson spoke about what they witnessed while Planned Parenthood employees after an abortion: the sorting of baby body parts.
“You kind of piece it back together and try to see if you got all the parts” Thayer said, explaining the shocking process.
Thayer went on to recall one instance when she was trying to assemble the parts of an aborted baby.
Anderson said she remembered hearing a doctor talk to the baby body parts while he was sorting them.
“There was one doctor that would sit there and he would sometimes talk to this,” said Anderson. “I’ll never forget him saying, ‘Now, where’s your little arm? I didn’t see your — I’m missing this arm,’ and he would sift through it trying to find the pieces. And then I remember him saying, ‘Oh there you are, now where’s the head?’”
Thayer also said that other parts of the aborted babies were flushed down the drain into the city’s septic system. ‘All those babies are in the Des Moines sewer system,’” she says she remembers thinking.
Many pro-lifers point to this fact and similar gruesome stories to contradict the concept that the fetus is just a little clump of cells.
“No business, certainly no healthcare clinic, should view a woman’s body as a profit center, yet that is exactly what Planned Parenthood does. I want to share with you just a little of my own experience about how Planned Parenthood is focused more on its bottom line than the women it claims to serve,” Thayer said in a 2015 statement
“One of the first times that I saw the truth about Planned Parenthood was in 2002 when a recycling center in my small Iowa town discovered the remains of a newborn child. The Sheriff came to my clinic, seeking records of women who may have been the mother of this child who was born alive and killed. This was not an abortion. It was a murder investigation. So, maybe naively, I thought Planned Parenthood would want to cooperate. Instead, Planned Parenthood leadership saw this as a fundraising opportunity….Rather than trying to quietly deal with this very sad story, leadership leaked it to the Des Moines Register and capitalized on it, making claims in the media that I knew were completely wrong but which kept the money coming in from around the country to fight this imaginary injustice.”