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    Chilling history of #Gosnell and babies struggling to survive

    Chilling history of #Gosnell and babies struggling to survive

    On this day when we are focused on Boston, also remember Philadelphia

    Chilling history from James Taranto, Back-Alley Abortion Never Ended:

    Back-alley abortion was indisputably a problem before Roe. Deep in the 281-page report that accompanied the 2011 indictments of Gosnell and his staff, the Philadelphia grand jury recounted an example from the city’s history.

    It was called the Mother’s Day Massacre … Nine of the 15 women suffered serious complications. One needed a hysterectomy.

    The following year, the Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade. It would be 37 more years before the Philadelphia doctor who carried out the Mother’s Day Massacre would go out of business. His name was Kermit Gosnell.

    Chilling details, via Jonah Goldberg, Gosnell & The Memory Hole:

    The Boston story is breaking and important news. But if you can stomach reading this all the way through, never mind past the headline, I think you’ll agree the Gosnell story deserves to come back to fore when this chapter in the Boston saga concludes. I won’t excerpt it because it’s too rough for some people.

    I will excerpt it, Gosnell Worker: Baby Surviving Abortion Struggled in Toilet Trying to Live

    Cross sometimes worked from 8:00 am until 3:00 the next morning helping with procedures. She routinely saw babies born alive, moving, breathing, and moaning.

    Once in Gosnell’s absence, Cross saw a large baby delivered into the toilet. She saw his little arms and legs moving in a swimming motion as he struggled to get out of the toilet bowl. Cross held her hands 12-16 inches apart to demonstrate to the jury how big the baby was. Adrienne Moton, who was the first worker to testify for the prosecution, snipped the baby’s neck in front of the mother while she sat bleeding into the toilet. Moton then took the body away and put it into a container.

    In 2009, Cross testified that another co-worker, Linda Williams, called Cross over to see a baby that had just been born. Cross saw the baby’s chest heaving up and down in steady breathing motions. Linda reached down and lifted the baby’s hand up, but the newborn pulled it away on its own strength. Cross said she saw the baby breathing for about 20 minutes before Williams murdered the child by severing its spinal cord with scissors. Cross demonstrated again with her hands that the baby was about a foot long.


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    turfmann | April 19, 2013 at 10:02 pm

    Always remember that the only difference between this doctor and the man we are forced to call our president is their occupations.

    It is due to the political efforts of men like Soetoro that enable men like Gosnell to systematically murder millions upon millions of children in this country.

    The only thing that separates Gosnell from Planned Parenthood is that Gosnell was too cheap to hire a good janitor.

    Evil walks the land today. May God almighty have mercy upon us for what our countrymen have done.

    Aitch748 | April 19, 2013 at 11:21 pm

    Wounded premature babies struggling blindly for life in a filthy bloody toilet before being murdered by a butcher pretending to be a doctor while the babies’ mothers watch.

    I keep trying to figure out where this sort of hideousness belongs on the scale of historical evils. Does this belong in the same category as Auschwitz, or does this belong in some unique category of soul-shattering hatefulness that makes Auschwitz look tame?

    This story gets worse and worse. This barrel has no bottom.

    Even the Green River Killer couldn’t look at his victims when he killed them. Gosnell is possessed.

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