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IRS commissioner not sure if it’s inappropriate to ask pro-life group about the content of its prayers

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Via and , a few more credible, confidence-inspiring breadcrumbs from this morning’s . It’s starting to make sense now why protesting Planned Parenthood might present , isn’t it?

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Abortionist Kermit Gosnell found guilty first degree murder

Even with jurors in Gosnell's trial being pro-choice, the verdicts are in and Kermit is in trouble.   has this:

After long days of deliberation on over 250 counts, the jury in the trial of Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell returned guilty verdicts on three of the four first-degree murder charges against him.

Earlier in the day, the jury had reported itself deadlocked on two of the charges.

 reviewed the magnitude of the task facing these jurors:

If sentenced for the convictions, Gosnell could face the death penalty following the convictions by the jury in Common Pleas Court in Philadelphia.

Under Pennsylvania law, all 12 of the jurors must reach a unanimous verdict on any of the murder counts Gosnell faces for him to be convicted on any of them. Each of the elements of a charged crime must be proven to each juror beyond reasonable doubt for that juror to vote to convict on that count and one reluctant juror could lead to a mistrial on any of the first-degree murder charges.

Late-term abortionist says "It’s like putting meat in a crock pot"

Read the whol story at .

Not just any late-term abortionist, either, but LeRoy Carhart, one of the most celebrated of his profession.  Carhart has been featured in pro-abortion literature and film and appeared on television - or at least he used to make those appearances, until a woman died after one of his abortions earlier this year.   sent two undercover reporters into Carhart/s clinic.  Both were told that the baby would be killed within the womb and left there for two or three days, which would make the baby like "meat in a crock pot."

Inhuman: Undercover in America's late-term abortion industry

Inhuman: Undercover in America's late-term abortion industry

Judge already acquits Gosnell on three of the eight murder charges

It's not over yet, and he still faces the death penalty, but for some unesplicable reason the judge has already let him skate on three of the charges.  From :

Without further explanation, Judge Jeffrey Minehart has dropped three of the eight murder charges against abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell, including the charge for murdering the 28-week-old baby he kept in a water jug in the clinic freezer.  Five counts of corpse abuse were also dropped at the request of defense attorneys, according to .  These charges apparently referenced Gosnell’s habit of keeping severed baby feet in jars.

Gosnell remains on trial for four infant deaths, plus the death of an adult patient due to an overdose of anesthetics, and the  maintains that he could still face the death penalty if convicted.  The AP report speculates that the judge threw out three of the murder charges because he didn’t see enough hard evidence that the babies were alive when their spinal cords were cut:

Filthy conditions and babies born alive at Gosnell clinic

Unbelievably sad, sick, wrong.  An example of totally heartless indifference to life.  Story from :

Kareema Cross, a former employee of Kermit Gosnell, gave  about Gosnell's abortion clinic the Women's Medical Society in her testimony. These details include filthy conditions and babies born alive. She reported him to authorities in 2008 under a fake name, but no one took action against him.

At first Gosnell had her take patients' vital signs and do typical front desk work, but after two weeks he had her performing tasks she was not licensed or qualified to do. She said her ultrasound training consisted of observing one ultrasound procedure. If the baby was over 24 weeks she would have another woman do it to make sure the baby measured less than 24 weeks. No matter what happened, Gosnell would redo them to make sure the baby measured exactly 24.5 weeks. He forgot the legal limit is 24 weeks.

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