HOUSTON — Texas prosecutors on Tuesday dropped the last remaining charges against two California anti-abortion activists who made undercover videos of themselves trying to buy fetal tissue from Planned Parenthood, agreeing with the defense’s argument that the grand jury exceeded its authority by investigating the activists after clearing Planned Parenthood of wrongdoing.

District Judge Brock Thomas dismissed the tampering with government records charges against David Daleiden, 27, and Sandra Merritt, 63, at the request of the Harris County prosecutor’s office.

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  1. After refusing to indict Killary for her criminal and traitorous activities and endless lies, this is small potatoes for a totally corrupt legal system.


  2. Even if the grand jury had exceeded its authority, a prosecutor could still bring the same charges, so I don’t see they should have been dismissed. To me it is covering too much with the same blanket on this ruling. I do hope something can be done to them so others think twice before attempting such harmful, dishonest things like this again. Think of the cost to the people who worked at PP and whose jobs were interfered with and put in jeopardy. All for the ideology of some people who wanted to take a legal right away from females. Hugs

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