House of Horrors Part 3

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House of Horrors Part 3

Bradley Mattes   |   February 09, 2011

This week I’’ve been telling you about what some media have called the “house of horrors,” a ghastly late-term abortion mill in Philadelphia. The abortionist and staff were charged with several counts of murder. How could this happen? The Pennsylvania Department of Health stopped inspecting abortion mills when pro-abortion Governor Tom Ridge was elected. The Board of Medicine and Philadelphia Department of Public Health looked the other way. Even the local hospital reported only one of the many maimed women it treated. The National Abortion Federation, whose mission is to “ensure safe, legal and acceptable abortion care,” inspected Gosnell’’s mill but said nothing. Evidence shows a pro-abortion bureaucracy and activists covered up for a legal, yet back-alley-type abortionist.

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