House of Horrors
The media called it the “house of horrors.” The late-term abortion mill of Kermit Gosnell was raided for illegally selling prescription drugs. But the FBI was shocked by what else they found. Filthy conditions with sick, flea-ridden cats. Untrained staff administered powerful and dangerous drugs. Women prepped for abortion sat on dirty recliners covered with blood-stained blankets. The remains of late-term babies were stored everywhere, including in a fridge next to staff lunches. Grand jury testimony revealed many babies were born alive but killed by the abortionist and others by severing their spinal cords. Gosnell and his staff have been charged with murdering a woman and seven babies. He was convicted on three counts.
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