Katie YoderRandall Terry (at podium), spokesman for the Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising, and other members of the pro-life group react to video images and photos of what the group says are the remains of 115 aborted babies it claims to have obtained from the disposed biohazard waste of an abortion facility in Washington, D.C. The group held a press conference on April 5 in Washington.
The Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising (PAAU) held a press conference in Washington Tuesday. The group’s members said the 110 smaller babies have been given names, a funeral Mass and dignified burial. The group requests the five babies be allowed to have a proper burial after any autopsies are performed.