Two Abortionists: Mengele and Gosnell

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Two Abortionists: Mengele and Gosnell

Bradley Mattes   |   May 15, 2013

The court proceedings of seedy late-term abortionist, Kermit Gosnell, may have given us a glimpse into what the trial of Josef Mengele would’ve looked like. He was a so-called doctor at the extermination/concentration camp of Auschwitz in Poland. During my visit to this death camp, his name was mentioned often. He had a fascination with death and loved to experiment on his living victims, inflicting upon them unfathomable pain, with a particular fixation on twins. After the war, Mengele was known as “The Angel of Death.” Records show he was an illegal abortionist in Buenos Aires during the fifties. At least one woman was killed by a botched abortion. Gosnell and Mengele have much in common. Both reveled in sadistic acts that killed scores of innocent human beings.

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