Google Pulls Pro-life Video

A highly-anticipated and much-promoted undercover video by Live Action, has been pulled by YouTube/Google under the claim it violates copyright, shortly after it was unveiled by Live Action.

Today, Live Action tweeted:

and then a few minutes later:

The pulled video had been touted as a significant release of unparalleled footage. It’s hard to believe proprietary film could have any copyright claims.  It seems that Google/YouTube deliberately pulled down the video because of political bias individuals have within the organization.

Inhuman is a campaign that Live Action has been rolling out over the last few months with a series of undercover videos.  This video focused on abortion clinics in Arizona.

Live Action was founded in 2003 as a pro-life club by then-fifteen-year-old Lila Rose.

Today Live Action is a new media movement dedicated to ending abortion and building a culture of life.  They use new media to educate the public about the humanity of the pre-born child and investigative journalism to expose threats against the vulnerable and defenseless.

Follow Live Action on Twitter @LiveActionFilms, and see all the action at #Inhuman.

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