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Published On: Fri, Apr 25th, 2014

Shocking Kermit Gosnell documentary reveals aborted babies’ feet in jars

The Kermit Gosnell “House of Horrors” abortion clinic just got a little more sickening as a new documentary released a preview as part of the fundraising efforts.

kermit-gosnellThe abortion doctor’s trial took a back seat in the headlines and the filmmakers aim to reveal the heinous practices of Gosnell. He stuck scissors in the back of the babies’ necks and severed the spinal cords, killing them. The grand jury estimates that Gosnell engaged in hundreds of such killings, but charges could be brought in only a handful of cases, because he  destroyed files to cover his tracks.

 Testimony after testimony from former employees painted a shocking picture and this preview centers on the Gosnell collection of souvenirs: baby feet from aborted babies.

During the trial,  P. Gulino, Philadelphia’s chief medical examiner, described receiving scores of fetuses and baby parts to examine in 2010 after authorities raided Gosnell’s clinic. Gulino described two jars filled with formaldehyde, one holding a left foot and the other a right foot, from the same 22-week fetus. “’It was really an unprecedented situation,’ Gulino said. ‘It was the first time I had to deal with fetal remains that had been frozen. . . . All I could do was allow the remains to thaw so that I could examine them.’

The filmmakers of the Gosnell movie, who are inching every day closer to the $2.1 million goal they need to hit to make the film, caution viewers in the preview below.

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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