A former StemExpress tech who dissected dead babies for sale opens up further about what happened in Planned Parenthood’s abortion clinics.
Editor’s note: This article contains graphic descriptions of dissecting baby bodies.
The ninth and latest undercover video exposing Planned Parenthood’s fetal parts trafficking features Cate Dyer, the CEO of StemExpress, which until these videos began coming out bought baby parts from Planned Parenthood. Dyer worked as a “procurement technician” for another company that contracts with Planned Parenthood before jumping ship to start her own, competing fetal parts company.
Her own experience dissecting babies for StemExpress as a “procurement technician” led Holly O’Donnell, not to start her own company, but to become a whistleblower. In a recent interview with conservative podcast Splintered Caucus, O’Donnell makes it clear that “this is not political to me. This is just me telling you the truth, giving you my testimony.”
On her first day on the job with StemExpress, O’Donnell passed out when faced with her first dead baby. She says StemExpress managers probably eventually realized she wasn’t the right person for the job because she wasn’t motivated by the financial incentives that were part of her work.