Lauren Handy claims she gained access to organ bank at university in Seattle but authorities have not disclosed source of fetuses
Jessica Glenza and Stephanie Kirchgaessner
Thu 31 Mar 2022
Five sets of human fetal remains were recovered from the Washington DC home of an anti-abortion activist after a raid, the capital’s Metropolitan police department confirmed to the Guardian on Thursday.
The activist, a woman named Lauren Handy, 28, is a leader of the group Progressive Anti-Abortion uprising (PAAU) and has described herself as a “Catholic anarchist” in the past.