The Center for Medical Progress is arguing that Orrick should be disqualified from the case because he served on the board of an organization that houses a Planned Parenthood clinic and contributed large sums of money to pro-abortion politicians.

Claire Chretien : Jun 12, 2017 : LifeSiteNews.com

(San Francisco, CA)—[LifeSiteNews] The Center for Medical Progress (CMP) is seeking to disqualify the judge who censored its undercover footage of an abortion conference because of his ties to a pro-Planned Parenthood organization that lets the abortion company run a clinic on its premises. (Photo via LifeSiteNews.com)

When David Daleiden began releasing his now-famous exposé on the abortion industry’s participation in the body parts trade, the National Abortion Federation (NAF) took him to court. Daleiden had undercover recordings of its abortion trade show. NAF succeeded in getting U.S. District Judge William Orrick to issue a gag order preventing the release of this footage.

Last month, Daleiden’s attorneys released the footage. Some of the extended footage had already been leaked by Got News, but the video released by the CMP attorneys was more condensed and contained a compilation of the most shocking statements from abortionists at the conference. (Screengrab via LifeSiteNews.com)

Orrick then ordered Daleiden and his attorneys, Steve Cooley and Brentford J. Ferreira, to appear in court on June 14. They may face contempt of court charges for having released the video.

But CMP is arguing that Orrick should be disqualified from the case because he served on the board of an organization that houses a Planned Parenthood clinic. CMP’s motion to remove Orrick from the case says that Orrick’s affiliation with this organization shows “bias in favor of the plaintiff and prejudice against the defendants”…

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