AP Story: Gosnell Is an Elegant Baby Killer

Kermit Gosnell

AP, the self-described global news network, carried one story about Kermit Gosnell, the abortion doctor who is also a Mengele-style baby killer. When the story by Maryclaire Dale, first appeared yesterday morning, she described Gosnell as elegant and proceeded to distort the facts:

Gosnell, an elegant man who appears serene in court, smiled softly as he listened to testimony last week, even that of a young woman who said she was hospitalized for two weeks after a 2009 abortion.

… A neonatologist testified that his gestational age appeared to be about 27 to 30 weeks. But defense lawyer Jack McMahon pointed out the margin of error for prenatal testing is nearly two weeks.

The legal limit for abortions is 24 weeks in Pennsylvania, where that teen mother delivered, and 20 weeks in Delaware, where she was given drugs to start the abortion process. Read more at Newsbusters

The AP story no longer appears to include these paragraphs. The author distorted the story about Gosnell who murdered born-alive children in a vicious manner.

Dr. Gosnell ran a multi-million dollar abortion business and has been charged with 7 counts of killing babies who were born alive. He is also charged in the death of a young mother who his untrained staff over-medicated at his behest. He took advantage of young, frightened teens who came in pregnant and poor.

He took fully-developed, born-alive babies, cut a slit in the back of their throats and snipped their spine. Some of the babies lived after their spines were severed and suffered an excruciatingly painful death.

Gosnell the Elegant is also suspected of running a drug business out of his offices. Police originally searched his business to find evidence of drugs. Instead, they found $250,000 in cash and the brutally murdered bodies of fully-developed babies.

“This baby is big enough to walk around with me or walk me to the bus stop,” laughed Dr. Kermit Gosnell just before he snipped the baby’s spinal cord, according to one young associate.

How elegant!

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