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These Judicial Watch FOIA documents seem to suggest that they may be killing full-term babies to get the organs. The online version doesn’t mention a gestation period longer than 24 weeks. The FOIA documents do, however. The legal limit for abortions is supposed to be around 12 weeks, with some exceptions of 16 weeks for severely deformed babies or when the mother’s life is in danger. It appears that abortion is a slippery slope to infanticide.

The PI (Principal Investigator-Project Leader) and so-called pathologist on this project is apparently Rajiv Dhir who was given a medical degree in India, but is now affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh. The disproportionate numbers of Asian babies, and the preference for girl babies, suggests that he may be getting babies from poor people in India, though it is claimed on p. 76 that they are from the United States. Ultimately he got White, Black, Asian boy babies, and Hispanic girl babies, according to the FOIA documents.

Contracts online: https://reporter.nih.gov/project-details/9177967 https://reporter.nih.gov/project-details/9352233 About Rajiv Dhir: https://archive.is/gysRy
FOIA documents: https://www.judicialwatch.org/documents/jw-v-hhs-nih-july-2021-records-00642/
They’ve apparently gotten more than the above list – between $2.7 million and $3.2 million. https://www.judicialwatch.org/documents/hhs-cmp-responsive-records-july-2021-pg-119/

There are also disproportionate numbers of Black babies included. The Black Non-Hispanic population is 13.4% in the United States; the “Planned enrollment” of Black non-Hispanics is 25%.

The application admits that they will use babies from the NJ based “International Institute for the Advancement of Medicine” for 24-42 week olds, which he calls neonates (newborns). He calls this a novel source.

News Release from JUDICIAL WATCH:
Judicial Watch: New HHS Documents Reveal Millions in Federal Funding for University of Pittsburgh Human Fetal Organ Harvesting Project Including Viable and Full-Term Babies AUGUST 03, 2021
Washington, DC) Judicial Watch and The Center for Medical Progress [1] (CMP) announced today that they received 252 pages [2] of new documents from the US Department of Health and Human Services that reveal nearly $3 million in federal funds were spent on the University of Pittsburgh’s quest to become a “Tissue Hub” for human fetal tissue ranging from 6 to 42 weeks gestation. 

These documents were obtained as part of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit in which Judicial Watch represents CMP and is suing HHS after it failed to respond to an April 28, 2020, FOIA request seeking among other things, the grant applications for a University of Pittsburgh “tissue hub and collection site.” (Center for Medical Progress v. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (No. 1:21-cv-00642)) [3].
[1] https://www.centerformedicalprogress.org/about-us/
[2] https://www.judicialwatch.org/documents/jw-v-hhs-nih-july-2021-records-00642/
[3] https://www.judicialwatch.org/documents/cmp-v-hhs-fetal-tissue-complaint-00642/

The documents reveal the following:
* The aims of the project listed in the original 2015 proposal were to “develop a pipeline to the acquisition, quality control and distribution of human genitourinary [urinary and genital organs and functions] samples obtained throughout development (6-42 weeks gestation). … [and] generate an ongoing resource to distribute fresh developmental human genitourinary samples from various stages (6-42 weeks) to the GUDMAP [GenitoUrinary Development Molecular Anatomy Project] Atlas projects.”

JW v HHS NIH July 2021 Records 00642 pg 168

* In the proposal, Pitt notes that is has been “collecting fetal tissue for over 10 years … include[ing] liver, heart, gonads, legs, brain, genitourinary tissues including kidneys, ureters and bladders.”

JW v HHS NIH July 2021 Records 00642 pg 169

* Pitt noted in 2015 “we have disbursed over 300 fresh samples collected from 77 cases. The collections can be significantly ramped up as material could have been accrued from as many as 725 cases last year.” https://www.judicialwatch.org/documents/hhs-cmp-responsive-records-july-2021-pgs-127-144/

* The Health Sciences Tissue Bank at Pitt is “embedded within the Department of Pathology … thus providing rapid access to very high quality tissue and biological specimens.” https://www.judicialwatch.org/documents/hhs-cmp-responsive-records-july-2021-pg-168/

* Pitt boasts it has a number of internal connections as well as a “strong working relationship with UPMC [University of Pittsburgh Medical Center] and the Department of Pathology” as well as three “laboratories in the flagship UPMC hospitals.” This includes a lab boasting a “ButcherBoy band saw for sectioning bone,” and a “frozen section room has digital video feed to and from the operating rooms. This also allows for instantaneous discussions with the surgeons as well [as] immediate ‘show and tell’ for them.” The proposal ironically also boasts about the laboratories at the “Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.” 

JW v HHS NIH July 2021 Records 00642 pgs 135-136

JW v HHS NIH July 2021 Records 00642 pg 138

* Later in the proposal, Pitt states that it records the “warm ischemic time on our samples and take steps to keep it at a minimum to ensure the highest quality biological specimens.” [The “warm ischemic time” refers to the amount of time an organ remains at body temperature after blood supply has been cut off.  Warm ischemic time differs from cold ischemic time which refers to amount of time the organ is chilled.  Pitt’s statement suggests the time between the abortion and collection is minimal.]

JW v HHS NIH July 2021 Records 00642 pg 170

* The Pitt scientists note that, “All fetal tissue is collected through a collaborative process including Family Planning, Obstetrics and Pathology.” And that, “the numbers of consents and collections has been steadily increasing… and we are in an excellent position to expand our services to include the needs of the GUDMAP Atlas projects.” https://www.judicialwatch.org/documents/hhs-cmp-responsive-records-july-2021-pg-172/
* Pitt anticipated “being able to harvest and distribute quality tissue and cells … [and] do not anticipate any major problems related to the acquisition and distribution of the tissues.” https://www.judicialwatch.org/documents/hhs-cmp-responsive-records-july-2021-pg-180/

* Pitt’s target goal “is to have available a minimum of 5 cases (tissues and if possible other biologicals) per week of gestational age for ages 6-42 weeks.” https://www.judicialwatch.org/documents/hhs-cmp-responsive-records-july-2021-pg-178/

* Pitt’s proposal also included a racial target for harvesting of human fetal parts. Of its planned aborted “subjects” Pitt desired 50% to be minority fetuses. The proposal suggests that the “subjects” be diverse because Pittsburgh is diverse, the U.S. Census Bureau shows the city of Pittsburgh is close to 70% white. https://www.judicialwatch.org/documents/hhs-cmp-responsive-records-july-2021-pg-184/

* Pitt’s proposal requested more than $3.2 million over a five-year period. The documents show NIH has funded at least $2.7 million so far for Pitt’s human fetal tissue harvesting and hub. https://www.judicialwatch.org/documents/hhs-cmp-responsive-records-july-2021-pg-119/

In March 2021, a federal court ordered HHS to release additional information about its purchases of organs harvested from aborted human fetuses. The court also found “there is reason to question” whether the transactions violate federal law barring the sale of fetal organs. https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-releases/aborted-fetuses-information/

In May 2021, Judicial Watch announced it had uncovered records from the FDA showing the agency spent tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars to buy human fetal tissue from California-based Advanced Bioscience Resources (ABR).

Judicial Watch Obtains Additional Records of FDA Purchases of Fetal Tissue for ‘Humanized Mice’ Project; Agency Wanted ‘Fresh, Shipped on Wet Ice’ Fetal Organs

The tissue was used in creating “humanized mice” to test “biologic drug products.” The records show the agency ordered shipments to be “fresh; shipped on wet ice.” https://www.ewtn.com/catholicism/library/fetal-experimentation-frankenstein-revisited-9610

In June 2020, Judicial Watch released records showing the FDA between 2012 and 2018 entered into eight contracts worth $96,370 with Advanced Bioscience Resources (ABR) to acquire “fresh and never frozen” tissue from 1st and 2nd trimester aborted fetuses for use in creating humanized mice for ongoing research. https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-releases/fda-humanized-mice/
In February 2020, Judicial Watch made public additional humanized mice records. https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-releases/judicial-watch-obtains-records-detailing-nih-purchases-of-aborted-fetal-parts-for-humanized-mice-testing/

“These documents show taxpayer money is being used to turn the University of Pittsburgh is a one-stop human fetal tissue shop – from procuring the tissue from elective abortions, ‘subdividing’ the human remains, to distributing and shipping the harvested tissue,” stated Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. 

The Center for Medical Progress’ press release is available here: https://www.centerformedicalprogress.org/2021/08/aborted-infants-continued-blood-flow-advertised-in-racist-university-of-pittsburgh-grant-application-to-nih/
Link – https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-releases/hhs-documents-organ-harvesting/

The fetus is considered full-term at the end of the 39th week of gestational age.

White Non-Hispanic is 64.7% of the Pittsburgh population and 60% Nationwide. “Planned enrollment” white non-Hispanic is 200/400 = 50%
Black Non-Hispanic is 23% population in Pittsburgh and 13.4% Nationwide.
“Planned enrollment” Black non-Hispanic is 50/400 = 25%
“Planned enrollment” Asian is 50/400 = 12.5%
Pittsburgh Asian is 5.8%; Nationwide is 5.9%.
Pittsburgh Hispanic population 3.2%.
And Hispanic “Planned enrollment” 50/400 is 12.5%. Nationwide Hispanic is 18.5%.

The Principal Investigator is from India and has a medical degree from there. He says that they have international partners. Their “Planned enrollment” Asian is 50/400 = 12.5%. Pittsburgh Asian population is 5.8%; Nationwide is 5.9%. He also targeted girls, as many do in India, though ultimately got boys.

Rajiv Dhir, MBBS, MBA: Professor of Pathology
Dr. Dhir is the Executive Vice Chairman and Medical Director of Anatomic Pathology Services at UPMC. He is also the Chief of Pathology at UPMC Shadyside, the Director of the Genitourinary Pathology Center of Excellence, and the Medical Director of the Pitt Biospecimen Core
Office Location:
Room WG 02.6 UPMC Shadyside Hospital
* MBBS – New Delhi, India, 1983
* MBA – University of Pittsburgh, 2012

Clinical Expertise
Dr. Dhir is a practicing pathologist and currently serves as the Executive Vice Chairman and Medical Director of Anatomic Pathology Services at UPMC. He is a board certified pathologist with subspecialty fellowship training in Genitourinary pathology. He has served as the director of the GU center of excellence at the University of Pittsburgh for the past fifteen years


Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DIABETES AND DIGESTIVE AND KIDNEY DISEASES
Grant Number: 5U24DK110791-04 FAIN: U24DK110791
Principal lnvesti ator s : {b){6)
Project Title: University of Pittsburgh as the GUDMAP Tissue Hub and Collection Site
l(b)(6) I University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA 152132303
Award e-mailed to: ornih@offres.pitt.edu
Period Of Performance: Budget Period: 06/01/2019 – 05/31/2020 Project Period: 09/15/2016- 05/31/2021
Obtained via FOIA by Judicial Watch, Inc

JW v HHS NIH July 2021 Records 00642

Contracts online: https://reporter.nih.gov/project-details/9177967

Planned Enrollment Fetal tissue race ethnicity gender FOIA Judicial Watch August 2021

Planned and Cumulative Enrollment Fetal tissue race ethnicity gender FOIA Judicial Watch August 2021

Goals and Accomplishments Fetal Tissue University of Pittsburgh FOIA Judicial Watch August 2021

Gina Dunne-Smith: Director at IIAM (International Institute for the Advancement of Medicine) Jessup, Pennsylvania, United States”. https://archive.is/DFh7m. The headquarters is apparently in New Jersey. There appears to be another India connections, as well as a possible Mozambique connection, though LinkedIn won’t let us on their site so we have to pass through archives and it’s not totally clear: https://archive.ph/wyket Are they bringing black babies from Mozambique, rather than getting them in the USA? Or Haiti?

Exploring the dark world of vaccines and fetal tissue research: Part 2
If we were to pause and actively confront and acknowledge the reality of the grave evil that has so often purchased our vaccines, it might change everything.
” May 26, 2021 Monica Seeley https://www.catholicworldreport.com/2021/05/26/exploring-the-dark-world-of-vaccines-and-fetal-tissue-research-part-2/

Head of Duvalier’s Tontons Macoutes, Luckner Cambronne, “was known as the “Vampire of the Caribbean” for his profiting from the sale of Haitian blood and cadavers to the West for medical uses. Critics accused his forces of picking people to murder to provide bodies for such shipments.[4] Cambronne was co-owner of Hemo-Caribbean, a plasma center in Port-au-Prince that operated from 1971 to 1972 and had poor hygiene standards.[5] A 1972 New York Times story[6] reported that Hemo-Caribbean exported 1,600 gallons of plasma to the United States a month.[5]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luckner_Cambronne
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/obituaries/luckner-cambronne-418865.html When US Med Schools complained the bodies were moldy, Cambronne allegedly said that if they want he can send the people alive and let the US Med Schools kill them themselves.