Two Dyers, over 100 yrs apart – both making money off of dead babies.


You be the judge.

Amelia Dyer – a notorious baby farmer , hung for her crimes in 1896 for murdering infants in her care in London England; although hung for the murder of one, she is believed to have murdered over 400 infants during a twenty year period.  The good citizens of Victorian times were outraged at the callous way she murdered these innocent babies.

Amelia Dyer 1896According to public records, THIS Dyer was hung for the crime of killing Doris Marmon, an infant she procured through false pretenses.  After convincing Doris’s mom she only wanted a baby to raise, she charged the mother ten pounds and took the baby to raise.  Upon arriving home she wound white tape  twice around the baby’s neck and tied a knot. As Wikipedia notes, she later said “I used to like to watch them with the tape around their neck, but it was soon all over with them”[2](

Second photo is of Ms. Cate Dyer, the founder and CEO of StemExpress.  According to a recently released video where she was having a lunch meeting with undercover operatives from CMP who were posing as representatives of a biotech firm, Dyer laughingly explains how her company purchases fully intact aborted babies from Planned Parenthood. She laughs about how shippers of the aborted babies would give a warning to lab workers to expect such a baby.

cate-dyer-StemExpress-150x150“Oh yeah, if you have intact cases — which we’ve done a lot — we sometimes ship those back to our lab in its entirety,” she says.

“Tell the lab its coming,” she laughs about the intact unborn babies. “You know, open the box and go ‘Oh my God,’” Dyer adds. (

Over a hundred years ago one Dyer was hung for her crime of killing babies to make money.  She used subterfuge to convince her ‘clients’ to turn over their babies so they could have a better life with her, for a fee of course, and then she murdered them.

Today another Dyer makes money for her firm by sending out operatives to convince clients to turn over their aborted ‘babies’ so others can have a better life.  The procurement of what many proponents of this practice call ‘discarded waste’ has allowed StemExpress to go from a $9000.00 startup company to a multi-million dollar company. (Ann Hendershott, CrisisMagazine, August 25, )2015

One Dyer was hung.  The other Dyer is lauded by those who support the sale of intact infant livers, kidneys, and hearts for scientific research.

How low can we go?

You be the judge.

Photos courtesy of Wikipedia and

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