Daughter of abortion patient killed by Kermit Gosnell speaks out

41-year-old Karnamaya Mongar died as a result of her abortion by abortionist Kermit Gosnell.

Mongar died November 20, 2009, after overdosing on anesthetics prescribed by the doctor, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams said. Williams called the facility “a house of horrors” that performed “botched and illegal abortions” and that was full of containers of fetuses’ body parts.

The family of the woman Gosnell killed has filed a civil lawsuit against him and against Gosnell’s abortion business seeking damages.

Vodpod videos no longer available.

Daughter of abortion patient killed by Kermit G…, posted with vodpod

In a new ruling, Common Pleas Judge Paul Panepinto granted a temporary injunction that prevents the abortion practitioner from liquidating his assets in an effort to avoid paying out any money in the settlement his attorney may arrange with attorneys for Mongar’s family. The Philadelphia Daily News indicates Bernard Smalley, the attorney representing Monar’s family, requested the injunction and a hearing will be held on March 9 to determine if the injunction should remain permanent.

The injunction requires Gosnell’s attorney to make public all of the properties he owns and prevents him from transferring the deed to the home he has in Brigantine, New Jersey — valued at about $1 million — to a family member or someone else. He is also unable to see the Women’s Medical Society abortion business for less than market value.

The News indicates Gosnell will be able to sell some real estate assets to cover legal fees but he can’t sell everything and declare himself unable to pay the civil lawsuit.
“We have no knowledge about what he owns, but what we wanted to prevent was him in any way dissipating his assets,” Smalley said, according to the paper.

A political refugee from the country of Bhutan, Mongar went to Gosnell on Nov. 19, 2009 for the abortion and, prior to it, was given numerous doses of pain and sedation drugs by an individual who was not a licensed medical practitioner.

Massive amounts of drugs found in the victim’s system led authorities to suspect Gosnell was illegally prescribing pain-killers. He temporarily lost his medical license in both Pennsylvania and neighboring Delaware. Pennsylvania officials suspect Mongar died from the botched abortion in part because she had been treated by unlicensed personnel.

The State Board of Medicine says Gosnell had the unlicensed staff member give vaginal exams and administer the drugs Demerol, Promethazine and Diazepam. He was eventually fined $1,000 for the violations.

Dr. Kermit Gosnell is charged with seven first-degree murder charges related to the deaths of seven viable babies, and one third-degree murder in the death of Mongar. He is being held without bail.

One Response to “Daughter of abortion patient killed by Kermit Gosnell speaks out”

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: