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Published On: Fri, Apr 4th, 2014

Kevin Sorbo calls for pro-choice and pro-life support of Kermit Gosnell film

DR. KERMIT GOSNELL ... On trialKevin Sorbo is riding the success of God’s Not Dead to back an examination into the horrors of Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s abortion clinic.

Deadline reports in an Apr. 3 article that Sorbo is backing Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to help launch the tele-production of Gosnell, the story of the Philadelphia doctor who ran the abortion clinic and was convicted on three counts of first-degree murder.

”Even the pro-choicers would look at this and say, ‘No, this isn’t right,’” Sorbo said. “This is something that my wife and I are behind because we believe in this project. It’s long overdue for this story to be told, and it wasn’t covered by the media nearly as much as some of the other murder cases were.”

From his Facebook page:

Pro-Life or Pro-Choice….doesn’t matter with what this guy did. If you physically saw what he did to babies at birth, you would be horrified. AFTER the mother gives birth to a live, crying, kicking baby, he would then cut their spin at the top of the neck….AFTER giving birth. Please give so this movie can be made. Thank you.

The Gosnell case rocked the Philadelphia area and rallied abortion protesters calling for more investigations, regulations and legislation to prevent this murderous behavior.

Gosnell will be produced by McAleer’s Hat Tip Productions through donations made through gosnellmovie.com and Indiegogo.

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