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Latest Kermit Gosnell Items
Three filmmakers are crowd funding a multi-million dollar movie about Kermit Gosnell and his late-term abortion clinic, stressing the need to bring attention to the morally and politically charged case.
He has been called the most successful serial killer in U.S. history. But few people recognize the name Kermit Gosnell — not the way they know Jeffrey Dahmer, John Wayne Gacy and Ted Bundy.
One thing we really need to fight for is our faith in ourselves and in each other — the presumption of innocence, the assumption of benevolence.
The state attorney general's office is recommending lifting the license suspension of a Delaware doctor who came under scrutiny during the investigation of an abortion clinic run by a Philadelphia doctor now serving life in prison for murder.
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.
An aide to abortion provider Kermit Gosnell — the one who testified last year that she heard one of her partially aborted babies cry during a botched procedure — was sentenced to five to 10 years behind bars.
Feb. 18 marks the fourth anniversary of the FBI raid on Kermit Gosnell's Philadelphia abortion facility.
Steven Massof, the 51-year-old assistant to abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell, was sentenced to several years in prison for killing two babies who had been born alive.
An unlicensed doctor who worked as an assistant at a Philadelphia abortion clinic that authorities dubbed a "house of horrors" has been sentenced to six to 12 years in prison.