Jeff Chiu / AP
The names of 14 planned parent workers and other persons remain sealed through two anti-abortion activists accused of their secret recording, a California judge ruled on Monday.
The order of the Judge of San Francisco Judge Christopher Hite arrived at a preliminary meeting, where David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt were persecuted from the Medical Progress Center
. Daleiden and Merritt were first taxed in California in 2017. The judge's order was published after the abortion website, published over the weekend. fears bodily injury.
The prosecutors have proposed the confirmation of one planned paternity worker that Daleiden sent the text to his phone number 201. 6 and said, "I know that a lot has happened last year and maybe I am the last person you want to hear." But if I can do something to help you, let me know. By recording videos in 2105, to show that the planned paternity workers agreed to sell fetal tissues for profit, the practice denied by the group. The cost of tissue donation, planned paternity, says that since then it has stopped claiming compensation for shipping costs
The planned paternity made an unusual legal requirement to join state prosecution against abortion activists. on the safety of workers and wants its lawyers to oppose defense lawyers who can identify employees
Each face 14 of Daleiden and Mer ritt invades privacy.
2016 The planned paternity filed a federal action against the medical advancement center. Last year a federal judge banned the release of some videos