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Culture of death – Philadelphia abortionist kills babies born alive January 19, 2011

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, Basics, disaster, General Catholic, sadness, sickness, Society.
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It’s a short walk from killing babies in utero for some high sounding cause like “giving women control over their bodies,” to getting so inured to the butchery that murder seems OK:

A Philadelphia abortion doctor has been charged with eight counts of murder in the deaths of a woman patient and seven babies that prosecutors say were born alive and then killed with scissors…

District Attorney Seth Williams says state regulators ignored complaints and failed to visit the clinic since 1993.

Williams says the women were subjected to squalid and barbaric conditions at Gosnell’s Women’s Medical Society, which was shut down last year.

Gosnell has been named in at least 10 malpractice suits, including one over the death of a woman who died of sepsis and a perforated uterus.

Abortion is murder of a child.  Most doctors do it not because they have some profound commitment to a twisted view of “women’s rights,” but because they like the huge money they can make for not much effort.  Many abortion doctors can clear $20,000 working about 12 hours, and even more.  When one becomes so inundated in this butchery, and so captive to the greed that drives it, it doesn’t take much for one to start crossing those illusory lines the law has drawn over what’s considered a “live baby” and what’s fair game in the uterus.  This guy crossed it, and in the process killed a mom, probably inadvertantly.  But I would tend to imagine this kind of illegal abortion operation, supposedly so “safe, legal and rare” (what a joke, most abortion mills are filthy, run down places), is far more common than we know.  And I am certain that there are hundreds, possibly thousands of babies who survive the abortion procedure every year who are killed outside the womb.  After all, it’s just a lump of cells at 8 months, right?

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1. Deadly California abortion doctor loses license « A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics - January 26, 2011

[…] When I discussed the Kermit Gosnell (the Pennsylvania abortionist) last week, I opined that the horrors described in his particular case could be applied to numerous abortion mills around the country.  Certainly, some of our local mills do not appear to be paragons of hygiene, and one can only wonder in dismay at what transpires inside.  I pray some good may come from this terrible situation in Pennsylvania, that numerous dirty, unsafe (well, they’re all unsafe) abortion mills will be shut down, and we can see some of the worst operators and abusers of women and children denied the ability to practice and continue to kill innocent children and harm, or kill, the women they purport to help. […]


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