An anti-abortion group that released two controversial undercover videos from a months-long investigation of abortion service providers has vowed to soon put out six more -- perhaps releasing a third as early as this week.
The group, Live Action, claims that all of the videos will show varying degrees of an illegal act: abortion clinic workers admitting to being willing to kill babies who are born alive after botched abortions.
"There definitely are more videos coming out," Live Action Founder and President Lila Rose told CNN. "There's likely going to be another one coming out this week. And then more in coming weeks. So, you know, we're again focused on reaching as many people possible with ... kind of the expose of what's happening on a daily basis in the [late-term] abortion industry."
Rose also admits an attempt to draw more attention to a Philadelphia case with such gruesome allegations that it could aid the anti-abortion cause. Prosecutors accuse abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell of running a "house of horrors" where babies were born alive -- then murdered, charges the doctor denies.
After a six-month investigation, Rose explained her group's videos.
"In many of them, there's definitely themes going on here," she said. "So there's a theme of infanticide or the willingness to commit infanticide. There's the theme of the danger to women. There's the reality of the brutality of the late-term abortion procedure. So all of these realities will continue to emerge."
Rose said the undercover videos are designed to draw attention to the practices in, what she called the "vastly unregulated [abortion] industry." On Wednesday, Live Action will protest outside a clinic featured in one of its videos -- the D.C.-based Washington Surgi-Clinic.
Live Action is urging local, state and federal health officials as well as law enforcement toward two actions: shutting down the clinics seen in the videos and launching full-scale investigations.
At issue: what should happen if a baby is born alive during an abortion procedure.
Experts say those cases are rare. However, the federal government has tackled the question.
In 2002, Congress passed, and President Bush signed, the "Born Alive Infant Protection Act." It states that any infant born alive, including any in an abortion attempt, must receive legal protections. Doctors must also work to save their lives.
Live Action alleges that its video investigation shows far too many abortion clinics are willing to violate this law.
Its first video, released Sunday, features clinic workers at the Dr. Emily Woman's Health Center in the Bronx, New York. A doctor from the Washington Surgi-Clinic is featured in the second.
In both instances, individual clinic staff members speak with a pregnant woman who is working undercover for Live Action. The workers are unaware they are secretly being video recorded.
In the first video, an unidentified clinician at the Bronx facility counsels the 23-week pregnant Live Action worker after being asked a series of questions.
At one point, the undercover worker asks what would happen if the baby emerged alive out of the mother's womb. "Like, what if it was like twitching or like something like that?" the pregnant woman asks.
"The solution will make it stop," the clinic worker responds.
Seconds later, the pregnant woman asks: "So like if it, if it looked like it was, like, like breathing or something like that?"
"It'll automatically stop," the clinic worker said. "It won't be able to breathe anymore. ... Not with the solution," explaining that the solution was toxic.
Moments later, the pregnant woman poses another hypothetical.
During the procedure over two days, "Like, what if it, like, pops out at home?"
"Flush it," the worker responds. "But you still have to come in. Because we have to make sure that everything came out. But we never had a situation like that."
The pregnant woman did not specify, in her hypothetical question, that the child came alive. So it's unclear if the worker was advising the woman to flush a live baby.
The video then cuts to another clinic worker who is unequivocal on what the law states about abortion procedures.
Explaining that the abortion must be done inside the body, the woman states the doctor performing the abortion "cannot do a termination once it's outside of the body. He has to resuscitate it. He has to send it to the hospital. That's the law."