Saturday, April 20, 2013

The Crimes of Kermit Gosnell -- Improper Disposal of Corpses

From The Grand Jury Report:

The search team discovered fetal remains haphazardly stored throughout the clinic– in bags, milk jugs, orange juice cartons, and even in cat-food containers. Some fetal remains were in a refrigerator, others were frozen. Gosnell admitted to Detective Wood that at least 10 to 20
percent of the fetuses were probably older than 24 weeks in gestation – even though Pennsylvania law prohibits abortions after 24 weeks. In some instances, surgical incisions had been made at the base of the fetal skulls.

The investigators found a row of jars containing just the severed feet of fetuses. In the basement, they discovered medical waste piled high. The intact 19-week fetus delivered by Mrs. Mongar three months earlier was in a freezer. In all, the remains of 45 fetuses were recovered at the clinic that evening and turned over to the Philadelphia medical examiner, who confirmed that at least two of them, and probably three, had been

He killed them and couldn't even respect their bodies enough to ensure proper disposal. His contempt for human life is palpable.