In the California case, Planned Parenthood is seeking $16 million in damages from the Center for Medical Progress videographers, alleging violations of privacy laws.
In the old days, this was what was known as investigative journalism. Something not done much nowadays as the major networks are just lazy pr agencies for the DNC.
kamela harris when she was Cal AG had the recorders investigated and not PP
A strategy employed by the defense, as explained in the update linked above, was to show how unconcerned the PP representative ( who was "secretly recorded" ) was of being overheard by any of the waiters or bus boys during the conversation of PP illegally procuring and providing these baby's body parts to others for financial gain.
The judge was then forced to allow the jury to view the video, not because of evidence of the illegal sale of body parts, which he would not allow, but to provide evidence of said unconcern of the PP representative to being overheard during the conversation.
Quite brilliant and perhaps it will improve the chances of other videos being allowed as evidence. May it open a door for the public to see yet unseen undercover videos said to be even more shocking!