Unresponsive: New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas Refuses to Answer Criminal Complaints by Private Citizens and by the U.S. Congress
By Tara Shaver
Albuquerque, NM- Protest ABQ recently announced that with the new year comes a new focus in the battle for human life in New Mexico. Attorney General Hector Balderas has been unresponsive about the status of a criminal complaint and a congressional criminal referral regarding the University of New Mexico and Southwestern Women's Options involvement in the harvesting and trafficking of aborted baby remains.
Since he continues to be evasive Protest ABQ has launched a statewide public awareness campaign to let his constituents know that he is shirking his duty as Attorney General. Postcards will be delivered into mailboxes across the state this weekend that clearly depict what Balderas is ignoring, the brutal murder of innocent children in the state and also how much time he has had to properly investigate and prosecute any illegal activity by the New Mexico abortion cartel.
It has been over 500 days since Protest ABQ filed an initial complaint with the AG's office with concerns about Southwestern Women's Options consent forms that made it mandatory for a woman to relinquish her dead child's remains to medical research (in possible violation of both state and federal laws) in order for her to obtain an abortion at this facility.
It has been over 160 days since the congressional panel on Infant Lives issued their 291 page criminal referral to Balderas believing that SWO and UNM may be in violation of state and federal laws on using aborted baby remains for research and having too close of a relationship with one another.
"Attorney General Balderas has the duty to investigate and determine whether state or federal laws have been broken by the New Mexico abortion cartel. It has been reported that Balderas is considering a run for Governor of New Mexico in 2018, since Susana Martinez's tenure will come to an end. However, if Hector Balderas cannot do what is currently required of him as the state's chief legal attorney and chief law enforcement officer, then New Mexicans shouldn't support him if he throws his hat in for the state's highest office. New Mexico has a sordid history of career politicians climbing the political ladder despite shirking their responsibilities, and the concerns of the people of New Mexico," stated Bud Shaver, Executive Director of Protest ABQ.
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1. Baker, Deborah. Anti-abortion groups want probe of fetal tissue disposition in N.M. Albuquerque Journal, July 28, 2015
2. Select Panel Refers University of New Mexico & Southwestern Women’s Options to New Mexico Attorney General for Criminal Investigation. The Energy and Commerce Committee, June 23, 2016