BREAKING: Transfer Agreements show UNM Sent Baby Body Parts To Universities Across The US and Canada
Updated: May 15, 2021
Documents obtained by pro-life attorney, Mike Seibel, show the University Of New Mexico obtained and transferred aborted baby body parts for medical research. UNM's own tissue logs show over 500 aborted babies were dissected and used for medical research. Those aborted babies came from Curtis Boyd's late-term abortion facility, Southwestern Women's Options, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
If the horror of dissecting electively aborted babies for their brain, lung, eyes, and skin is not enough to raise concern, now it's been documented that UNM is also shipping these baby body parts nationwide and internationally numerous other universities. Material Transfer Forms from UNM show multiple universities across America, and in Canada as well, were receiving fetal tissue sent to them by UNM.
The University of South Florida received both "fetal tissue" and "fetal GI tissue" from UNM.
Shockingly one transfer agreement with the University of South Florida shows that fetal tissue was being sent from the Obstetrics and Gynecology department at UNM rather than the medical research department.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham also received tissue from UNM.
UNM was also sending aborted baby body parts out of the country to the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute in Canada.
In addition to the "fetal tissue" shipped to the institute in Ottawa, UNM sent Fetal Lung Stem Cells. "The acquisition of fetal stem cells is evidence of 4s U.S.C. 289 g-2 section b," says attorney Mike Seibel. "The Department Of Justice must investigate and begin criminal prosecution by April 1, 2021, or UNM will get away scot-free."
UNM has boasted of its partnerships with nearly 20 other Universities in North America, such as UCSF, University of Illinois-Chicago, and even the Canadian University of Alberta.
"This is not only limited to the University of New Mexico and Curtis Boyd. The University of California San Francisco, The University of South Florida, and the University of Alabama Birmingham should all be immediately investigated and prosecuted by the Department Of Justice before the statute of limitations expires," said Mike Seibel.
Mr. Seibel, Pro-Life San Francisco, Abortion On Trial, and multiple other human rights and groups will be in Washington D.C. on October 8th to demand the DOJ take action on these documented offenses. This event is open to the public.