On May 15 2014, Dr. Kermit Gosnell, the Philadelphia abortionist, will mark the one year anniversary of his sentencing to life in prison for first degree murder. Gosnell waived his rights to appeal the charges in exchange for the State of Pennsylvania removing the possibility of the death penalty. While the conviction in the 2013 murder trial was for the murder of a baby born alive, Gosnell is responsible for the deaths of thousands of babies.
When David Misko, the foreman, was asked why the jury returned three first degree murder convictions, he replied, “Premeditation. It was business as usual. He snipped the necks no matter what.” Sherry West, a former employee of the Gosnell clinic described the trauma of working in that “business as usual” environment when she recounted the screams of an eighteen to twenty-four inch long baby born during an abortion, “I can’t describe it. It sounded like a little alien.”
In April of 2013, one month prior to Gosnell’s conviction, Conor Friedersdorf wrote a piece in The Atlantic entitled, “Why Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s Trial Should Be a Front-Page Story.” Friedersdorf noted the near silence of mainstream media in covering this trial and indicated that he was covering it because of “the dead babies, the exploited women, the racism and the numerous government failures.”
Kirsten Powers’ USA Today op-ed piece “Philadelphia abortion clinic horror: Column – We’ve forgotten what belongs on Page One” was posted on April 11, 2013. In her piece, she asked readers “Haven’t you heard about the sickening accusations: infant beheadings, severed baby feet in jars, a child screaming after it was delivered alive during an abortion procedure?” She then offered, “Well, it’s not your fault.”
Her column then documented the media’s silent treatment of the Gosnell case. Powers went on to say, “Let me state the obvious. This should be front page news. When Rush Limbaugh attacked Sandra Fluke, there was non-stop media hysteria. Yet, accusations of babies having their heads severed – a major human rights story if there ever was one-doesn’t make the cut.”
If there was little coverage of the evils practiced in this Philadelphia abortion clinic during the time of the Gosnell trial, what is being remembered today as we approach the one year anniversary of his conviction? For the sake of the babies who were murdered, for the sake of the women who were violated, for the sake of those yet to be born, this story must never be allowed to die or fade from the voice of history.
Now, you can be a part of history by participating in the grass-root funding efforts to finance a documentary film about the abortion practice of Kermit Gosnell and his subsequent trial for the murder of innocent children. Ann and Phelim Magdalena, producers of FrackNation, are taking up the cause of “information gatekeepers” and have invited you to be a part of this much needed effort to document the atrocities surrounding the life of Kermit Gosnell’s clinic of death.
Visit the Indigogo “Gosnell Movie” site and make a contribution of any amount ($1 and up). The producers need to reach a goal of $2,100,000 and are now over half way there at $1,218,000. The movie, when funded, will document Gosnell, the doctor in sin, as America’s biggest serial killer. Don’t let other rogue docotors get away with the crimes committed by Gosnell. Help pull back the sheets on the mainstream media’s massive cover up by providing funding for the Magdalena’s to produce this film. Take your stand to speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves. All that is required for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing.