Santa Ana, CA – Two Southern California organ procurement companies owned by the Ecuadorian Isaias crime family, have agreed to pay nearly $7.8 million in a settlement of a law suit brought by Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas last year that alleges the companies broke state laws regarding the trafficking of human aborted baby body parts.
The companies, DV Biologics and DaVinci Biosciences have admitted guilt, and have been also ordered to pay $195,000 in penalties and cease all business activities in California within 180 days.
Troy Newman, president of Operation Rescue, who served as a founding board member for the Center for Medical Progress, felt vindicated by the news.
“This case vindicates our often-maligned work at the Center for Medical Progress, and is the first of many victories to come. The Isaias family’s admission of guilt is very bad news for Planned Parenthood, but very good news for women and babies who were exploited by these businesses for profit,” Newman said. “We hope this case will soon lead to Congress defunding of Planned Parenthood and a vigorous criminal prosecution by the Department of Justice.”