Reviewing the horror stories coming out of the abortion mill of Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell, Barb Malek points out that the equally heinous evils were the failures of authorities to take action long before they did.
The Pennsylvania Health Department would not investigate the death, denying that it was not their responsibility. Their chief counsel, a woman named Christine Dutton was quoted as telling the grand jury, “People die.” It turns out that no inspector had gone into that clinic for over 16 years! That in spite of complaint after complaint which had been leveled by women whose voices were continually ignored.
Several months after Karnamaya Monger died, Gosnell’s clinic was raided in search of illegal drugs. Instead, the authorities discovered a chamber of horrors! Filth and blood were everywhere. Aborted babies were kept in jars on the shelves. A closer examination showed that many of the babies had been born alive and then killed when a pair of scissors was inserted in the neck, snipping the spinal cord.
It was a horrible discovery; and yet, the signs had always been there. Following is a quote from an article in the New York Times: “It was always open late, way past the time the pizza place next door closed at midnight. The women who emerged from it- often poor blacks and Hispanics- appeared dazed and in pain, and sometimes left in ambulances. The doctor who ran the clinic, Kermit Gosnell, had been sued at least 15 times for malpractice. Two women died while under his care.”
Read the full column from Barb's blog, Erase the Need, right here.