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Recent statements and court documents indicate that when Vice President Kamala Harris was California’s attorney general, her office colluded with major abortion providers as she pursued a criminal case against pro-life journalist David Deliden, according to her attorneys. It’s logic.

As attorney general, Harris took the unprecedented step of accusing Deliden of violating state intelligence law. Part of the investigation involved the seizure of a variety of materials from Deliden’s apartment—including then-unpublished undercover video footage of Planned Parenthood.

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Deleiden’s lawyers argue that one of Harris’s appointments, Deputy Attorney General Johnette Jauron, admitted effective May 2021 that she sent footage and other material seized during the 2016 raid to the National Abortion Federation (NAF). abused the powers of his office. Dellyden’s apartment as part of Harris’s criminal investigation. By that time, the NAF was embroiled in a civil lawsuit against Deliden.

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San Francisco County Superior Court Judge Christopher Hight asked Jauron about the evidence in May of this year, while noting that Deliden had retained separate powers in his criminal proceedings that have been ongoing since 2016. In its civilian trial with the NAF, which began in July. 2015.

In response to the judge, the deputy AG stated that he “provided to the NAF everything that I had provided to the defendant [Daleiden]”

Delyden’s lawyers now argue that the statement is implied that Jauron gave footage to the NAF along with other materials taken in the 2016 apartment raid.

Jauron did not respond to Granthshala News’ request for comment and the state attorney general’s office declined to comment.

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In August, Deliden asked the San Francisco High Court to compel AG’s office to provide correspondence with NAF, Planned Parenthood and others. The AG’s office responded by accusing Deliden of taking Jauron’s words out of context.

“The exchange shows that a number of issues were being discussed by several participants in the negotiations, and while being somewhat monotonous and overly broad, none of the sentences identified provide a factual basis on which this Court is relevant. can ascertain the existence of evidence,” read the AG’s response. “there is no one.”

She later said: “I have not made available any material confiscated pursuant to the search warrant to any unauthorized recipient in this case.”

But multiple billing records from the NAF’s civil attorney raise questions about the abortion provider’s association with Harris’ office.

Records filed in August show attorney Alexandra Lex billing $262.50 for a “coordinating review of the new video.” No further details were provided, but that entry was marked for April 6, 2016—the day police raided Dellyden’s apartment. In addition, Deliden’s attorney argues that the timing of the various release indicated that the “new videos” referred to material confiscated from his client’s apartment.

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Attorney Brent Ferreira said in a statement to Granthshala News: “At that time no finding was provided by Mr Deliden’s attorneys in the civil cases filed by the PP and the NAF.” “The reference to the new video can only pertain to the video seized as per the search warrant.”

He said that “this case is the most serious abuse of prosecutor’s power I have ever seen and I was a trial and appellate attorney at the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. [30] years.”

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Harris’ prosecution has prompted questions about the impact of Planned Parenthood, which was both a target of Deliden’s investigation and a powerhouse in fundraising for the California Democrat.

Various PP organizations and other abortion-related groups, for example, allegedly given Harris paid a combined $81,000 for him Campaign To become the Attorney General of California and later the US Senator. Harris and his predecessors — including Javier Becerra, who also serves in the Joe Biden administration — have declined to sue PP, although there is content from Deliden’s video and other evidence surrounding PP’s fetal tissue practices.

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In contrast, Dellyden’s home was raided just weeks after Harris’s March 23, 2016 meeting with Planned Parenthood officials that led to the discovery of Dellyden’s criminal case. Billing records show that on the day of that meeting, NAF Attorney Derek Foran and the AG’s office had a conference call in which they discussed “legal research” regarding a revised topic.

Four days later, Foran charged $350 for a “review of legal research notes regarding defense of the use of counterfeit driver’s licenses under California law and phone calls regarding the same”. The unsealed search warrant for Deliden’s apartment cited California Vehicle Code 4463(a)(1) and California Penal Code 470(a)—both state laws dealing with identity fraud.

Meanwhile, NAF’s civil suit was filed in federal court and referenced a federal law regarding fake identities as part of its Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) claims.

Both billing records and state DOJ investigations point to some form of cooperation. A record dated May 31, 2017 shows Foran noting “phone calls with the superior court and the Office of California AG regarding the status of flash drives of NAF material recorded in the criminal case”.

The state DOJ’s first investigation report says Planned Parenthood aides to California General Counsel Beth Parker solicited computers used to create videos taken at PP conferences.

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It read: “Parker stated that Planned Parenthood wants computers to produce the confiscated video and that the release was a federal injunction preventing additional videos.”

NAF and Planned Parenthood did not respond to repeated requests for comment. Last week, NAF announced that its CEO, Katherine Ragsdale, had left the organization, although it is unclear why.

For Deliden, NAF records paint a dark history of corruption, six years after his video caught the world’s attention. “Planned Parenthood, NAF, and Kamala Harris colluded with the California Attorney General to silence my reporting on illegal embryo trafficking and obstruct justice in the ongoing investigation of their practices,” Deliden told Granthshala News.

He continued: “Following new evidence in the NAF and Planned Parenthood attorney billing records of illegal collusion with the Attorney General’s Office, and on-the-record admissions from the prosecutor, the Superior Court now ordered the Attorney General to testify further. About the extent of the Office’s coordination with Big Abortion’s special interests in the making of bogus and unconstitutional charges against me and my colleagues. No matter how hard Planned Parenthood, Kamala Harris and her associates, tried The truth cannot be buried anymore.”

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Vice President Harris’ office did not respond to Granthshala News’ repeated requests for comment.

Deliden is currently facing multiple charges in the case initially brought by Harris. Five of those charges were dropped by a judge, who ruled that “the absence of probable cause that these conversations were ‘confidential communications’ as defined by statute.” Last year, Deliden brought a pending lawsuit alleging that Harris conspired to violate his First Amendment rights.

Critics have attempted to denigrate Deliden, pointing to a number of obvious pitfalls in her battles with abortion providers. For example, a jury awarded Planned Parenthood more than $2 million in a civil lawsuit against him.

Notably, the civil suit did not accuse Deliden of defamation. The same case also included testimony from PP officials that appeared to complicate the organization’s claims that Deliden had obscured the truth about their abortion practices.

The abortion provider has repeatedly denied wrongdoing, pointing to a series of state-level investigations and citing an audit that claimed Deliden heavily edited his videos.

In 2019, an appeals court denied Planned Parenthood’s statement, arguing that the videos were “Not misleadingly edited.”