Tara Shaver of Abortion Free New Mexico points to a Planned Parenthood clinic, located in Albuquerque, where pro-lifers learned an unmarked truck was removing the aborted babies.
To learn the owner, Shaver filed a complaint with the state environmental department along with photos of the automobile.
“Because it's actually against the rules and regulations in the state of New Mexico,” she points out, “to be transporting and collecting biohazard waste in an unmarked vehicle.”
Six months passed before pro-life activists learned the company is Oncore Technology, which is headquartered in Grand Prairie, Texas.
“We're really glad and thankful for the investigation,” Shaver tells American Family News, “because now we can move forward bringing accountability to this company that is ultimately enabling Planned Parenthood's killing business.”
That means Oncore, which operates in 10 states in the Southwest, will be hearing from pro-life activists who will urge it to cut ties with the nation's largest abortion provider.