Kermit Gosnell, owner, manager and licensed medical butcher at a ‘House of Horrors’ Philadelphia abortion clinic, has been arrested and charged with multiple murders and other crimes after a 281-page, gruesome grand jury report.
Over decades, whistle-blowers had informed public officials at all levels of the wanton killings at Gosnel’s abortion business. But a parade of government health bureaucrats and advocates protected the abortion racket: the Pennsylvania Department of Health, the Pennsylvania Department of State, the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, nearby hospital officials, and the National Abortion Federation.
Readers of this blog have seen a few photos of the “worse than third world conditions” at the Krishna Rajanna KCK abortion clinic. After police were called to that business, and were repulsed and flabberghasted, they reported their observations to the local District Attorney’s office. The then-DA sought–and was refused– help from the state Healing Arts board under Larry Buening.
In response to the outrageous and dangerous conditions, the Kansas legislature re-passed a clinic inspection/ licensure bill to then-Gov. Sebelius which she rebuffed as unfairly targeting abortion clinics. To help Sebelius’ re-election campaign, Buening was tasked with making the Rajanna mess go away as he had the Wichita late-term abortion death of teen Christin Gilbert.
Although abortion advocates try to spin the Gosnell situation as all Pro-lifers’ fault, it is instructive to match up the abuses of the Rajanna business with Gosnell’s, as both flourished under the ascent of a pro-abortion governor, and both:
- re-used unsterilized instruments;
- stored fetal remains with food in a staff refrigerator;
- hired cheap, uneducated and incompetent staffers;
- broke state, federal and professional protocols on handling and injecting drugs;
- lacked required resuscitative equipment;
- had blocked emergency exits;
- targeted low-income, minority women who traditionally do not seek legal redress for malpractice or seek out governmental redress for medical abuse.