CHRIS CUOMO: Didyou edit the videotapes?
DAVID DALEIDEN, PROJECTLEAD, CENTER FOR MEDICAL PROGRESS: You know, we – we create summary videos similar to thesummary videos that you produce for a news broadcast…like this one. But thefull footage of theconversation with Planned Parenthood directors and executives – that\’s always been posted to our YouTubechannel, in addition to the summary videos–
CUOMO: But it\’s not thesame as the summary video. I\’ve had thepleasure, the mispleasure – whatever -displeasure – whatever you want to callit – I\’ve watched a lot of the raw. I\’ve watched what you put out there.They\’re not the same. When you edit, you make choices. Is it fair to say thatyou did match certain questions with different parts of conversations, and movethings around to show what you think matters?
DALEIDEN: No -absolutely not; no. The – the edits thatare made in the summary videos are just to serve as the highlights of thosetapes. There\’s no changing in the ordering of the conversation whatsoever.
CUOMO: Butdo you believe it changes the context of what the conversations were?
DALEIDEN: No! No – notat all. And for statements – you know, when you\’re talking about usingultrasound guidance to know where to put your forceps on a late-term fetus inorder to harvest the brain or harvest the lung or harvest the heart – there\’sno context in which those statements become – you know, inoffensive oracceptable to most people.
CUOMO: Butwhat other context could there be? All right. That\’s a conversation for anothertime, because that\’s just between your and my reckoning. That\’s not what\’s relevant to-
DALEIDEN: Well,half the American people haven\’t seen the videos yet, according to mostpolling. So, it\’s pretty significant–
CUOMO: But – that\’strue. But the question is – however, thatassumes that seeing the videos informs you of the truth…and whatPlanned Parenthood and other people who see it – says no; you doctored them.You\’re doctoring it to make it seem like what you want it to be.