Planned Parenthood Doc Caught Selling Aborted Baby Body Parts Makes Huge Salary

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Jul 24, 2015   |   12:04PM   |   Washington, DC

The first planned Parenthood doctor caught arranging for the sale of aborted baby body parts not only makes a big salary from the abortion corporation, a new report from the Daily Caller indicates she runs a consulting business on the side. Via that consulting firm, Deborah Nucatola made another $207,000 in 2007, according to IRS records.

As LifeNews reported, new undercover footage shows Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s Senior Director of Medical Services, Dr. Deborah Nucatola, describing how Planned Parenthood sells the body parts of aborted unborn children and admitting she uses partial-birth abortions to supply intact body parts.

In the video, Nucatola is at a business lunch with actors posing as buyers from a human biologics company. As head of PPFA’s Medical Services department, Nucatola has overseen medical practice at all Planned Parenthood locations since 2009. She also trains new Planned Parenthood abortion doctors and performs abortions herself at Planned Parenthood Los Angeles up to 24 weeks.

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Nucatola admits that Planned Parenthood charges per-specimen for baby body parts, uses pseudo-partial-birth abortion procedures in order to get salable parts, and is aware of their own liability for doing so and takes steps to cover it up.

Now, information is coming to light about the amount of money Nucatola makes. As the Daily Caller reports, Nucatola makes a lucrative amount of money from the abortion giant via her salary (which is likely in the $150,000-$250,000 range), but also additional money from Planned Parenthood on the side as a consultant.

Nucatola also founded her own firm called Imagyn Inc. in Sherman Oaks, Calif. The firm was incorporated in the state of California on April 1, 2008. She is still listed as president of the corporation.

Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles paid Nucatola $203,180 as an independent contractor through Imagyn, according to its 2007 IRS 990 form. Nucatola’s LinkedIn profile indicates that she was medical director at Planned Parenthood of Santa Barbara, Ventura and San Luis Obispo at the time.

What, exactly, was she paid for? And what does her firm do?

The IRS form lists the type of service she provided to Planned Parenthood as “clinician.”

Imagyn Inc., which is still active according to the California Secretary of State’s office but has not filed a statement since April 2012, is located at a residential three-bedroom house in Sherman Oaks, California. The house, owned at one time by Nucatola, sold in 2006 for $727,500.

No one answered the phone number listed for Nucatola’s consulting firm when the Daily caller phoned it for additional information for its article.

Meanwhile, the abortion practitioner’s consulting also extends to the Obama administration.

Nucatola has been a full-fledged adviser for the Obama administration since 2010 on a range of issues from family planning to advising on “healthy babies” — a surprising revelation given Nucatola’s status as an abortion practitioner charged with the task of killing babies in abortions and preserving their body parts for sale.

From April 2010 through April 2014, Nucatola was one of several experts the U.S. Health and Human Services Office of Population Affairs (OPA) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Division of Reproductive Health tasked with creating federal guidelines for “quality family planning services.” A member of the “Expert Work Group” and the “Technical Panel on Clinical Women’s Services,” Nucatola was actively engaged in the “multistage process” that produced the government’s 2014 report, “Providing Quality Family Planning Services” (QFP).

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Her responsibilities as a “technical” consultant and an “expert” included analyzing research summaries and professional advisories, providing “individual feedback” on the government’s initial recommendations, “reviewing” the CDC-OPA staff’s “core recommendations,” giving her expert “opinion,” and then approving the recommendations.