New Documentary Exposes Horrors of Gosnell’s Abortion Clinic | LifeNews.com
Abortion is a nasty business no matter how hard those who support would like to make people think otherwise, but one of the worst practioner’s of this grisly business that has come to light in the last few years is Kermit Gosnell. I would like anyone who supports abortion to explain to me how this is any way better than the back alley abortions that were performed before Roe v Wade. The idea that legal means good and safe it totally false and this is just a small part of the evidence that proves that. At least before Roe v Wade, people were secure in the knowledge that people that practiced this type of mass murder were subject to the laws for murder and abuse. Under Roe v Wade, the lines are so blurred that you never know how far they will go and what kind of abuses they will be allowed to get away with. Please read this from LifeNews.com:
“Kermit Gosnell was no ordinary abortion practitioner.
He jabbed scissors in the backs of children’s spines in order to complete abortions. he killed a woman in a botched legal abortion and injured other women in failed abortions as well. And he ran an illegal pill distribution scam out of his Philadelphia, Pennsylvania abortion clinic.
Although the owner and operator of the Philadelphia Women’s Medical Society abortion business is in jail now awaiting trial after state and local authorities failed to hold him accountable, a new film called 3801 Lancaster, the address of his abortion clinic, exposes the gruesome details of what he did. Gosnell is currently awaiting trial on 8 counts of murder
The 20 minute film is directed by David Altrogge and produced by Jennifer Thompson.
Troy Newman of Operation Rescue endorsed the short film in an email to LifeNews, saying, “Gosnell and several of his employees were arrested and charged after a raid on his clinic revealed what reporters called a “house of horrors” where non-physicians conducted shoddy late-term abortions in squalid conditions. This video, written and directed by David Altrogge, is a “must-see” especially as we mark the 40th memorial of Roe v. Wade.”