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By Calvin Freiburger, LifeSiteNews, September 16, 2019
Planned Parenthood withheld the health insurance and severance pay owed to Leana Wen in hopes of pressuring her to sign a confidentiality agreement, the abortion giant’s former president claimed in a letter leaked to The New York Times.
Planned Parenthood fired Wen in July, less than a year after appointing her to succeed retiring abortion chief Cecile Richards, based on unrest within the organization and a perceived need for a “more aggressive political leader” to resist pro-life legislative efforts across the country.
Wen claimed the final decision came in a “secret meeting” that blindsided her amid “good faith negotiations about my departure.” She later said “there was immediate criticism that I did not prioritize abortion enough,” and was also reportedly faulted for concluding that “trans-inclusive language” would “isolate people in the Midwest.”
On Saturday, the Times reported that it has obtained a “barbed 1,400-word letter” Wen wrote to the abortion giant’s board of directors this past week concerning the contentious negotiations over her severance package. Wen accuses Planned Parenthood of pressuring her to sign a confidentiality agreement “in exchange for my contractually-guaranteed severance and continued health insurance coverage,” which she says amounts to a “ransom” and “permanent gag on my voice.” ….