More On The Baby Murders

I have yet to see this story in my local (secular) newspaper or even their web edition! Which speaks volumes about the morals and values they live by, doesn't it.

Click on the links below to read the full articles. Bolded emphasis is mine.

Operation Rescue, Shocking Photos Of Gosnell Murder Victims Included in Grand Jury Report,[1] January 19, 2011

Warning, the photos they provide from the Grand Jury report are extremely graphic pictures of the murdered children. And children they are: no one in their right mind could think otherwise.

Women Of Grace, PA Dept. of Health in Hot Water After Grisly Abortion Clinic Find,[2] by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS, January 21, 2011
Pro-abortion groups in the U.S. have long fought attempts by states to enforce the same regulations on abortion clinics as they do on other medical centers and ambulatory surgical facilities.
     However, Gosnell's case shows the horrifying consequences of playing politics with reasonable health and safety standards.
     In fact, the Grand Jury report reveals that representatives of a leading pro-abortion group, the National Abortion Federation, visited Gosnell the day after a woman died as a result of an abortion performed at the facility. Even though they noted numerous violations in their report, they never reported him to the state authorities.
     "These people who saw the abuses yet stood idly by, or worse, encouraged the behaviour that has now shocked the nation bear some responsibility for what happened [...] They deserve criminal prosecution just as much as Gosnell and his cohorts because their silence not only enabled the crimes, but gave tacit consent to them."
     Operation Rescue is calling for an emergency inspection of every abortion clinic in the nation.
     "We have often said that if this were to ever happen, no abortion clinic would remain in operation because we have yet to discover one that adheres to all the laws that apply to them.", Switch to Pro-Abortion Governor Allowed Abortionist Horror,[3] by Maria Vitale, January 21, 2011
Given [its] pro-life pedigree, how could [Pennsylvania] be the setting for one of the worst abortion stories ever [...]
     [...] politics.
     "[...] the Pennsylvania Department of Health abruptly decided, for political reasons, to stop inspecting abortion clinics at all. The politics in question were not anti-abortion, but pro" the grand jury report said.





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