Baby Body Parts Traffickers to be Deported to Ecuador

The Isaias Family Were Some of Planned Parenthood’s Best Customers


from the Staff of Population Research Institute

The brothers Roberto and William Isaías were arrested by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Service on February 13th. The spokesman for ICE, Nestor Yglesias, indicated that the brothers were “illegally present” in the United States. They will be deported to Ecuador, where they are wanted for various crimes.

But the Isaias family also has a criminal record in the State of California. They are linked to a scandal of selling human organs and tissues, particularly those of aborted babies, which they trafficked internationally. Now that they are being returned to Ecuador, one wonders if they will try and start a similar business there.

Planned Parenthood clinics in the U.S. have been accused of trafficking in baby body parts. Those who promote the legalization of abortion in Ecuador gloss over the fact that, while abortion may be legal in the U.S.,  other crimes continue to occur. What would be the fate of the bodies of aborted Ecuadorian babies, if abortion is legalized there?

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