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Topic - Jeffrey Minehart
The lawyer for an abortion provider convicted of killing babies who were born alive said he thinks regular inspections at his client's Philadelphia clinic would've kept him from going so far astray.
Americans were outraged to hear the news that three murder charges against Dr. Kermit Gosnell were dismissed Tuesday, but Judge Jeffrey Minehart had a change of heart Wednesday, reinstating a charge against the doctor for the murder of "Baby C."
Minehart, a Philadelphia Common Pleas Court judge, said Gosnell's trial "was a fascinating trial to be a part of."