Tuesday, January 25, 2011

The Abortion Industry Protected The Philadelphia House of Horrors

The National Association of Abortion Providers knew about the Philadelphia House of Horrors, but did not report it to the police. From Jill Stanek's blog comes this piece:

The National Abortion Federation touts itself as “the professional association of abortion providers in North America.”

NAF claims to have a membership of 400 abortion mills. There is a screening process to join. which abortionist Kermit Gosnell attempted in November 2009, “apparently, and astonishingly, the day after Karnamaya Mongar died,” according to a Grand Jury report released on January 20, which charged Gosnell and 9 accomplices with 8 counts of murder, including Mongar’s.

Upon receiving Gosnell’s application, an unnamed NAF evaluator assessed his Philadelphia mill, Women’s Medical Society, on December 14 and 15, 2009. According to the Grand Jury report, “It was the worst abortion clinic she had ever inspected,” and NAF denied Gosnell’s application.

Although initially hiding the fact, Gosnell eventually told the inspector about Mangor’s death.

But, according to the report, the NAF inspector “just never told anyone in authority about all the horrible, dangerous things she had seen.”

I submit that more than that, the NAF inspector admitted observing profuse illegalities she never reported either, such as nonphysicians giving sedation and open defiance of Pennsylvania’s 24-hr waiting period. She also noted several unsafe practices, such as not monitoring mothers after their abortions and leaving them unattended – overnight.

Read the rest here, if you have the stomach for it. And these people have the nerve to portray themselves as being on the side of women! You have to wonder what else will crawl out if we turn over a few more rocks. The abortion industry is an evil, demonic power that needs to be fought.

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