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06-26-2009, 12:03 AM
YouTube Bans New Video of Planned Parenthood Telling Customer Abortion Photos "Not Real"

LOS ANGELES, California, June 25, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Live Action Films, the investigative group responsible for uncovering the illegal practices of Planned Parenthood employees, has released another video showing a Planned Parenthood employee denying that widely disseminated photographs of aborted children are real. However, the video-sharing site YouTube quickly and without explanation removed the video, and the group says YouTube issued Live Action's account a "warning strike."

The video first plays undercover footage of a Planned Parenthood counselor from Tucson, AZ telling a patient that images of aborted fetuses are "not real."

Following a warning for graphic content, photographs of first-trimester abortion victims, similar to those regularly used on pro-life signs and websites
were displayed, along with the website for their documentation of authenticity.

Acknowledging that Youtube does not permit "shock" videos, Live Action Films defended the video, saying: "Our video is clearly not a shock video as the graphic content is providing with a warning and a reasonable context for display. It is clear that our video passes the standard provided by the following YouTube Policy."

Lila Rose of Live Actions is calling on YouTube to re-instate the video in accordance with its own guidelines.

"Since the video we posted does not violate any terms of use, we expect YouTube to re- instate it immediately," said Rose. "YouTube's own 'Community Guideline Tips' advise that intense or disturbing imaging should be 'balanced with additional context and information,' which is exactly what Live Action has done."

YouTube has removed videos posted by Live Action without explanation before,
including videos showing Planned Parenthood employees caught on tape sympathizing with donors with racist agendas who explain that they are donating to the organization to encourage the abortion of black babies.

Live Action's videos use undercover tactics to expose fraudulent practices in the abortion industry and are similar to other "sting" investigations which journalists often post on YouTube. The most recent video is part of Live Action's Mona Lisa Project, which documents abusive practices in Planned Parenthood facilities across the nation.

Planned Parenthood falsely says abortion pictures are "not real"
On June 24th, Live Action uploaded a video to YouTube which was removed by YouTube shortly there after for "violation of the YouTube Community Guidelines". No detailed explanation was provided and YouTube also give our account a "warning strike".



06-26-2009, 12:07 AM
YouTube Yanks Video Exposing Obama’s Abortion Extremism

Operation Rescue posts the video that YouTube does not want the public to see

Wichita, KS – A video exposing Sen. Barack Obama’s extremist support for abortion that was produced by a Kansas pro-life group as been blocked by YouTube.com yesterday.

The Kansas Coalition for Life, which partners with Operation Rescue on a number of pro-life projects, produced a video titled “Obama: WRONG Change for Children,” which included information about Obama’s voting record on abortion-related bills.

YouTube sent the group a generic message indicating that the video was being blocked because it did not meet a “Community Guideline.”

“The video is in no way distasteful, pornographic or outside of the ordinary,” said KCFL Director Mark Gietzen. “It does however make a strong point, and we feel that it was pulled ONLY because it makes a simple, clear statement about what Obama’s change is all about.”

The video begins with a warning stating, “This video contains graphic images showing what Obama supports.” It contains a brief photo of an aborted baby. g/archives/youtube-yanks-video-exposing-obama%E2%80%99s-abortion-extremism/+%22Warning+Dead+Babies+:YouTube+Bans+New+Video+of +Planned+Parenthood+.%22&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us