A Texas grand jury has indicted two officials from the organization that conducted the undercover conversations with Planned Parenthood discussing the sale of body parts from aborted babies. On the surface, this is deeply troubling.
We need to await further details here, but this seems blatantly political.
As for tampering with government documents, I assume here that this might involve the undercover identities that the Center for Medical Progress obtained. Maybe that ran afoul of some government document system. I don't know.
As for attempting to traffic in body parts-c'mon. They were working undercover. There was no criminal intent on their part. This is like indicting me after I worked undercover with DEA negotiating with a drug trafficker to buy his drugs-which I did. If you are going to prosecute the undercover operative, why not prosecute the ones actually committing the crime?
Good luck prosecuting this stinker of a case.