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Judge orders Kermit Gosnell to pay $4 million to family of woman he killed in botched abortion

“Karnamaya Mongar died in 2009 at Gosnell’s Philadelphia abortion business. The business, called “The Women’s Medical Society,” was dubbed a “House of Horrors” by the investigating Grand Jury, with blood smeared on the floor and equipment, unsterilized medical utensils, dismembered bodies of babies stored in jars, unlicensed staff administering anesthesia, illegal late-term abortions, and a regular routine of “snipping” live babies’ spinal cords with scissors to ensure death. 67 more words


Abortion Apologetics Gosnell-style

In the new film 3801 Lancaster: An American Tragedy, we will hear convicted murderer and late-term abortionist Kermit Gosnell defend his actions on Biblical grounds: 339 more words


'Gosnell' Movie Producers Want "Volunteers", Not Paid Extras

A crowdfunded film about abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell that started production today is looking for hundreds of “volunteer” extras to fill a church for a wedding scene in Oklahoma City on Saturday. 185 more words


Students research over summer

Instead of finding a summer job at a gas station or sun tanning on the beach, sophomore Joe Gosnell, and seniors Molly Hotle and Jamie Walker spent their days in the research lab at Olivet Nazarene University. 665 more words


Obituary for Marion Gosnell 

Transcribed from Fayetteville Daily Democrat (Fayetteville, Arkansas) – October 20, 1931

M. T. Gosnell Dies at His Home

Marion Franklin Gosnell, 75, dies at 9:30 p. 83 more words


A Societal Look at Abortion

WARNING: Post may be controversial and is of mature content. Not intended for children.

“Why do you think it is that the dividing line between pro-life and pro-choice is so often religion? 795 more words

Out of place home place

The Gosnell cabin built sometime before 1810 is one of the oldest buildings in Greenville, SC. Most of its 200 plus year life was spent in the Northern part of Greenville County on land that is now the site of Camp Old Indian, a Boy Scout camp. 55 more words