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Verdict — Gosnell found guilty on three counts of murder

Verdict — Gosnell found guilty on three counts of murder

Also involuntary manslaughter in death of patient Karnamaya Mongar

Just breaking

Kermit Gosnell Found Guilty on Three First-Degree Murder Charges:

The jury in the murder trial of abortion practitioner Kermit Gosnell returned a verdict and found him guilty on three of the four first-degree murder charges he faced.


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TrooperJohnSmith | May 13, 2013 at 3:24 pm

In B4:

The whole thing was racist;
He was a casualty in “the war on women’s rights”;
How many mothers’ lives did he actually save?
‘Free Kermit Gosnell!’

I hope he gets the death penalty.

Gosnell was performing illegal abortions. The law in his state was designed precisely to avoid this kind of practice. Abortion is still an ugly decision. The states are, under Roe v. Wade, entitled to take notice that, after a certain amount of time, an “abortion” turns into “premature labor” that is and should be survivable. They can at least require a woman who wants an abortion to take decisive action.
“…As for Pro-Choice America, try as they might to stress that the right to choose overrides the right to life, two champions of their cause, Kermit Gosnell and Ariel Castro, have done a grave disservice to the abortion debate.

Why? Because both men unintentionally delivered a blow to a community that has struggled for 40 years to portray pre-born human beings as nothing more than lifeless clumps of tissue. Now, Castro’s daughter Jocelyn, a child of rape, has a face, and Kermit Gosnell’s victims, Babies A, B, C, D, E, F, and G all have names. Moreover, after Ariel Castro is formally indicted, the lives of five forcibly aborted babies will assume identities they would have otherwise been denied…”

Really, really do you think the Abortionista in the WH will allow the death penalty? Last time it was his “choom homies” that got the presidential pardons, watch for this one to get one too.

May is turning out to be a good month for us conservatives.

It’s about time that the abortion “trade” was put on notice that business as usual just ain’t gonna cut it anymore..


My gut says that simple execution is too good for him.

My head overrides my gut. Gosnell should be executed cleanly, not for his sake but for the country’s.

    Rosalie in reply to gs. | May 13, 2013 at 6:02 pm

    He may not make it to his execution. Inmates have a code of ethics, believe it or not. It would be someone with nothing to lose and a guard who looks the other way.

      RKae in reply to Rosalie. | May 13, 2013 at 6:41 pm

      Myth. The “pecking order” in prison is NOT a code of ethics.

      Most people in prison are child molesters, they’re just in for other crimes. They attack the known child molesters as a form of projection.

      The only thing respected in prison is power and intimidation. If a child molester is huge and powerful he will have no problem. But the child molesters who go to prison for child molestation (as opposed to winding up there for crimes that are easier to prosecute) are the little vulnerable guys who wind up as victims of the pecking order.

      Again: NOT a code of honor.

        Rosalie in reply to RKae. | May 13, 2013 at 7:30 pm

        I don’t believe that most people in prison are child molesters. If you could give me a percentage, I’d appreciate it. I still say that most prisoners do not take kindly to anyone hurting children and women. Many are parents and husbands themselves.

          Henry Hawkins in reply to Rosalie. | May 13, 2013 at 9:03 pm

          I’ve worked in and around prisons for decades. The majority of inmates are not convicted child molesters, far from it. There is no code of ethics per se, but there is such a thing as bragging rights – if you’re a lifer or not getting out for decades, you can score points with your, um, peers by taking out inmates who’ve victimized children, mothers, etc., anyone generally beloved by people in general. Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer was beaten to death by a lifer simply for bragging rights – ‘I’m the guy who killed the famous serial killer.’ The most dangerous thing to be in prison is not a child molester, but a known snitch. Generally, snitches are bottom of the pecking order in any prison, then former police officers, then child molesters, mother rapers/killers, etc.

          As for Gosnell, no matter what his sentence is, he will never be allowed into the general population, though some crafty con may find a way to get to him.

          9thDistrictNeighbor in reply to Rosalie. | May 13, 2013 at 9:08 pm

          A night in the general population of Rikers Island would do.

          JackRussellTerrierist in reply to Rosalie. | May 14, 2013 at 2:01 pm

          Gosnell won’t be killed in prison. He’s too old to be a “trophy” kill and will be protected by his housing assignment. He’ll be a low-level, low-threat inmate worthy of a little harrassment due to his notoriety and age, that’s all.

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to gs. | May 14, 2013 at 1:56 pm

    Tie the bastard down to a gurney and then S L O W L Y sever his spinal cord.

    Gosnell won’t get the DP because this is Philly and he’s black and an abortionist. And, after all, they were only babies, unwanted babies. Trash. This country is anasthetized to infanticide after forty years of Roe and the hammering about “choice”. But he will die in prison.

DINORightMarie | May 13, 2013 at 4:57 pm

Glad for this verdict. I hope he gets the death penalty.

However – this sudden “news coverage” is stinking to high heaven……..

The “press” is now suddenly interested in Gosnell?! They are suddenly reporting on this IRS scandal, with a VERY anti-Obama tone?!

And now Drudge has a siren up about the US government “tapping” the “press” phones at the AP?!?!

They work TOO HARD trying to distract from Benghazi. They “doth protest too much” against Obama and the gang….suddenly, unexpectedly.

Guilty as he!!…..let’s not let them go “free as a bird” on ANY of this!!!!

theduchessofkitty | May 13, 2013 at 4:59 pm

Behold the Face of “Choice”…

Allow me to be the first woman (who has seen the consequences of abortion in at least two women I have known) to say this:

“Burn in Hell, ‘Doctor’ Gosnell.”

Please remember POTUS as a senator voted against BAIPA three times.

    HarrietHT in reply to theresa. | May 13, 2013 at 7:09 pm

    Quite so. Obama is the “state”-sanctioned equivalent of Gosnell. If Gosnell is guilty so is Barack Hussein Obama, President of the United States. He voted four times to “let die” babies born of “botched abortions.” If Gosnell is guilty, even WORSE is the guilt of a legislator who preens himself on the ether of Marxist “values” and pulls the trigger for the death of the most innocent of human beings amongst us — AS A MATTER OF STATE POLICY — giving the murder of them the sanction of the state.

    PURE EVIL INCARNATE: Your name is President Obama.

      9thDistrictNeighbor in reply to HarrietHT. | May 13, 2013 at 9:16 pm

      I think this is why the strident pro-abortion people don’t really get it about Gosnell. It’s their new definition of “original intent”–the intention was to end the “pregnancy”–so it’s not a baby. In Obama’s terms, attending to a “…fetus or child–whatever way you want to describe it…” is burdensome.

      DocWahala in reply to HarrietHT. | May 14, 2013 at 2:07 am

      Right on the nailhead with this one. Gosnell isn’t the only one guilty.

theduchessofkitty | May 13, 2013 at 6:31 pm

How can we forget? That should be hanging like a boulder on The One’s neck.

Deo gratias! This puts all abortionists on notice that they can be hanged for “business as usual.” What was once a doc’s fetus is now the government’s baby!

Here’s wishing for the end of the whole barbaric practice of human sacrifice.

Without consideration for human rights, but with consideration of equal protection, if there was brain activity, then every abortion was an act of premeditated murder. Both Gosnell and the mothers are guilt of crimes against the individual, society, and humanity.

    9thDistrictNeighbor in reply to n.n. | May 13, 2013 at 9:26 pm

    Doctors were able to measure brainwave activity 6 weeks (day 43) after conception in the early 1960s; more recent research has documented infant brains have activity that mimics adult activity (in terms of mature receptor activity and other spontaneous neural activity), and that sleep/wake cycles are measurable by EEGs by week 28.

      9thDistrictNeighbor in reply to 9thDistrictNeighbor. | May 13, 2013 at 9:28 pm

      Need to edit–brainwave activity mimics adult by 20 weeks.

      Exactly. We already have the technology necessary to assess and enforce objective standards. If equal protection is to mean anything at all, then it must follow objective standards. If a human life ever has value, then the criteria by which it is judged must be determined and assessed equally throughout its life, from conception to grave.

First – the verdict is the one I wanted to see.

What still troubles me – he’s only “guilty” because he killed while three babies outside the womb.

Sorry state to be in when life is only defended when outside the womb.