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Abortion clinic advertises on FB using image of Gosnell employee to attract African customers

Posted in African Countries, Facebook and abortion ads, Kermit Gosnell with tags , , , , , , , , , , on January 2, 2014 by saynsumthn

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A woman’s clinic in South Africa which performs abortion is advertising on Facebook using the picture of one of the former Gosnell employees.

Their facebook page is titled Dr. Rose Abortion clinic but it appears to be a ruse to get African Women to send in for abortion pills. “The Prices are Negotiable just fill the form or give me a call.
Medical Abortion pills can be Delivered to You At your Convenience any where Just Call +2783873488
7,” says one of the FB posts.

The about page lists a clinic called Women’s Clinic Northwest says that, “Specializing in Medical Abortion which is a safe and Medically approved way to end or terminate a pregnancy using abortion Pills and has a wide range of Services and a team of well trained staff that will help you make a proper decision to meet your task great or small.Our Safe abortion Clinics are well equipped with primary health care facilities hence creating a private environment because we believe that we are Involved with sensitive issues and working on an appointment basis. Our services are carried out by qualified practitioners / doctors who make sure everything works out properly and everything is kept private, confidential to suit your need and budget.”

This clinic claims that they can deliver abortion pills anywhere:

“WE DELIVER ANYWHERE IN. [SOUTH AFRICA, SWAZILAND, NAMIBIA, BOTSWANA]WE OFFER SAFE, TRUSTED & AFFORDABLE ABORTION PILLS TO ALL DESTINATIONS
SAME DAY DELIVERY TO YOUR LOCATIONALL WE NEED IS YOUR ADDRESS AND NAMESCALL OR WHATSAPP ON :+27838734887 http://www.doctorrose9@gmail.com”

Their facebook also claims, “100% pain-free safe medical abortion for women seeking solution and help at very low costs. its a same day service and It Is a 45 Minutes Procedure.”

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Makes you wonder how safe they are when the image they chose to post looks identical to Adrienne Moton who worked for Kermit Gosnell now serving life sentences for killing two women and several babies born alive by sniping their spines at his House of Horrors abortion clinic in Pennsylvania.

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Moton pleaded guilty to charges stemming from her work at a corrupt, grimy Philadelphia abortion clinic is was set free after being jailed for 28 months.

Moton, the first employee to testify, sobbed as she recalled taking a cellphone photograph of one baby left in her work area in 2008. She thought he could have survived, given his size and pinkish color. She had measured him at nearly 30 weeks.

Gosnell later joked that the baby was so big he could have walked to the bus stop, she said.

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Jurors saw Moton’s photograph of the boy called “Baby A” on a large screen in the courtroom, which took on a bizarre look Tuesday as witnesses testified near a hospital bed with stirrups and other aging obstetric equipment. Denied the chance to bring jurors to the shuttered inner-city clinic, prosecutors are instead recreating a patient room in court.

Gosnell abortion employee Adrienne Moton cut loose by judge

Posted in Kermit Gosnell with tags , , on May 29, 2013 by saynsumthn

A woman who pleaded guilty to charges stemming from her work at a corrupt, grimy Philadelphia abortion clinic is going home after being jailed for 28 months.

AdrienneMortongosnellThirty-six-year-old Adrienne Moton had pleaded guilty to third-degree murder and other charges. The clinic’s owner, Dr. Kermit Gosnell, was convicted this month of first-degree murder in the deaths of three babies born alive.

Common Pleas Judge Benjamin Lerner said Wednesday that he’s sending Moton home and she has shown remorse for her crimes.

In an emotionally wrought statement, Moton told the court she thought she was helping women but never thought about the babies at Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s clinic.

Moton told a jury that she snipped the spines of at least 10 babies during unorthodox abortions at a West Philadelphia clinic, at the direction of the clinic’s owner.
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And she said Dr. Kermit Gosnell and another employee did the same to terminate pregnancies.

Moton, the first employee to testify, sobbed as she recalled taking a cellphone photograph of one baby left in her work area in 2008. She thought he could have survived, given his size and pinkish color. She had measured him at nearly 30 weeks.

Gosnell later joked that the baby was so big he could have walked to the bus stop, she said.

Gosnell BABY A

Jurors saw Moton’s photograph of the boy called “Baby A” on a large screen in the courtroom, which took on a bizarre look Tuesday as witnesses testified near a hospital bed with stirrups and other aging obstetric equipment. Denied the chance to bring jurors to the shuttered inner-city clinic, prosecutors are instead recreating a patient room in court.

The mother of “Baby A” testified Tuesday afternoon, describing a painful three-day abortion process that started at Gosnell’s clinic in Delaware. She was 17, had an infant daughter and was told by Gosnell she was 24 weeks pregnant _ the legal limit in Pennsylvania, but not in neighboring Delaware, where abortions are banned after 20 weeks.

The Chester woman said she given abortion drugs in Delaware and sent home the first two days, then was directed to the West Philadelphia clinic the third day. She was in severe pain by then, pain that only worsened the following week, she said.

Her aunt had taken her to the clinic and paid the $1,300 fee, and they had not told her mother.

“I never felt pain like that, ever,” the woman said. “I couldn’t talk to anybody and tell anybody.”

But the teen ended up being hospitalized for two weeks with a large abscess and a blood clot near her heart. Prosecutors say she is one of countless patients injured during botched abortions or unsanitary conditions.

One patient, a 41-year-old refugee, died after an overdose of drugs allegedly given to her during a 2009 abortion.

Moton, 35, had lived with Gosnell’s family during high school because of problems at home, then went to work for him years later. She earned about $10 an hour _ off the books _ to administer drugs, perform ultrasounds, help with abortions and dispose of fetal remains from 2005 to 2008.

She once had to kill a baby delivered in a toilet, cutting its neck with scissors, she said. Asked if she knew that was wrong, she said, “At first I didn’t.”

Original charges against: Adrienne Moton Upper Darby. PA
• Murder (Baby D), 18 Pa.C.S. § 2502
• Conspiracy (Murder of Baby D), 18 Pa.C.S. § 903, F-1
• Conspiracy(Murdergenerally),18 Pa.C.S.§903,F-1
• Corrupt Organizations, Racketeering, 18 Pa.C.S. § 911(b), F-1
• CorruptOrganization,Conspiracy,18 Pa.C.S.§911(b)(4),F-1

Adrienne Moton knew Gosnell through his niece and spent time with his family. She worked evenings to assist with abortions, but, like the others, had no relevant training
or license. She assisted with procedures and cut the spinal cords of aborted babies.

Abortion clinic staff killed at least 10 infants delivered during late-term abortion by snipping their NECKS

Posted in Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortion clinic worker arrested, Abortion clinics in minority communities, Abortion death, Abortion injury, Abortion Regulation, Abortionist, Abortionist arrested, Kermit Gosnell with tags , , , , , , , on March 20, 2013 by saynsumthn

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Confession: Adrienne Moton, 35, testified that Dr Kermitt Gosnell had taught her how to snip the necks of newborns during late-term abortions
A medical assistant told a jury Tuesday that she snipped the spines of at least 10 babies during unorthodox late-term abortions at a West Philadelphia clinic.

Adrienne Moton’s testimony as part of her guilty plea to third-degree murder, came in the capital murder trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, the clinic owner, who is on trial in the deaths of a patient and seven babies.

Prosecutors accuse him of killing late-term, viable babies after they were delivered alive, in violation of state abortion laws.

Moton, the first employee to testify, sobbed as she recalled taking a cell phone photograph of one baby left in her work area. She thought he could have survived, given his size and pinkish color. She had measured him at nearly 30 weeks.

Gosnell BABY A

‘The aunt felt it was just best for her [the mother’s] future,’ Moton testified.

Gosnell later joked that the baby was so big he could have walked to the bus stop, she said.

Jurors saw Moton’s photograph of the baby on a large screen in the courtroom, which took on a bizarre look Tuesday as she testified near a hospital bed with stirrups and other aging obstetric equipment.

She once had to kill a baby delivered in a toilet, cutting its neck with scissors, she said. Asked if she knew that was wrong, she said, ‘At first I didn’t.’

Moton has pleaded guilty to third-degree murder, which carries a 20- to 40-year term, as well as conspiracy and other charges.

From the grand jury report of PA abortionist Kermit Gosnell whose employees, Kareema Cross, described one “dreaded complication” a 30 week baby that survived the abortion: the baby is referred to as Baby A: “After the baby was expelled, Cross noticed that he was breathing, though not for long. After about 10 to 20 seconds, while the mother was asleep, “the doctor just slit the neck,” said Cross. Gosnell put the boy’s body in a shoebox. Cross described the baby as so big that his feet and arms hung out over the sides of the container. Cross said that she saw the baby move after his neck was cut, and after the doctor placed it in the shoebox. Gosnell told her, “it’s the baby’s reflexes. It’s not really moving.”

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According to the report, the Philadelphia Women’s Medical Society clinic was a ‘baby charnel house’ crawling with cats and reeking of animal urine and feces.

Furniture and blankets were stained with blood and instruments were not properly sterilized.

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Disposable medical supplies were also reused while vital medical equipment such as the defibrillator and EKG machine were ‘generally broken’.

Disturbingly, the report alleges that fetal remains were stuffed into: ‘cabinets, in the basement, in a freezer, in jars and bags and plastic jugs’.

Tiny baby feet, it is claimed, were discovered in specimen jars, lined up in a macabre collection.

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It’s one of the macabre mysteries in the case of Kermit Gosnell: Why did the West Philadelphia abortion doctor keep the severed feet of fetuses preserved in specimen jars?

In testimony Tuesday, Adrienne Moton, a former worker at Gosnell’s Women’s Medical Society, told a Philadelphia jury that Gosnell once explained that he did so in case patients requested them for future identification or DNA samples.

But an expert on fetal development, testifying Wednesday at Gosnell’s abortion-murder trial, said that was news to him.

“Do you think there is any medical reason to save the foot of a baby?” Assistant District Attorney Edward Cameron asked.

“In my practice, we would have no reason to save the foot, and I’ve never seen that done,” replied Daniel H. Conway, a physician and neonatologist at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children.

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WED: Gosnell abortion-murder trial focuses on jars of preserved fetus feet

Questioned by Gosnell attorney Jack McMahon, Conway acknowledged that the creases on the bottom of the foot are one factor sometimes used to determine the age of a stillborn or premature baby.

But Conway maintained he had never heard of physicians or researchers preserving and saving severed fetal feet.
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Prosecutors have cited the dozens of jars of severed baby feet as an example of Gosnell’s idiosyncratic and illegal practice of providing abortions for cash to poor women pregnant longer than the 24-week cutoff for legal abortions in Pennsylvania.

In her opening statement to the Common Pleas Court jury, Assistant District Attorney Joanne Pescatore mused that the jars of feet were some kind of bizarre “trophy” Gosnell kept.

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Workers Plead Guilty to Murder in Abortion “House of Horrors” Case

Posted in Abortion, Abortion clinic closed by state, Abortion clinic dirty, Abortion Clinic Inspections, abortion clinic safety, Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortion clinic worker arrested, Abortion death, Abortion injury, Abortion Regulation, Abortionist, Abortionist arrested, Kermit Gosnell, Late term abortion with tags , , , , , , , , on October 27, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Two of Gosnell’s Abortion Workers Plead Guilty to Murder

• Written by Operation Rescue
• Posted October 27, 2011 at 3:30 pm


Dr. Kermit Gosnell

Philadelphia, PA – The Associated Press is reporting that two former employees of late-term abortionist Kermit Gosnell have pled guilty of 3rd degree murder for their parts in the deaths of an abortion patient and one baby born alive during a failed late-term abortion.

This is the first time that an abortion worker has been guilty of murder for killing a baby. Adrienne Moton admitted her part in the murder of one baby. Sherry West pled guilty for helping to drug Karanaya Mongar to death during an abortion. Neither women had any medical training or licensing.

The pair also pled guilty to lesser charges, including participating in a corrupt organization.

Gosnell, who ran a filthy “house of horrors” abortion mill in Philadelphia has been charged with 8 counts of murder and is awaiting trial. Moton and West may testify against his as part of their plea agreement.

“As disturbing as this case is, we know that what went on at Gosnell’s abortion mill is little different than what goes on at late-term abortion mills around the country,” said Newman. “We look forward to a full airing of the evidence in a court of law so Americans can come face to face with the atrocity of abortion. Maybe if we finally have a public airing of the truth about what goes on inside abortion clinics, American will stop tolerating the barbaric, unnecessary, and outdated practice. This case serves as a warning to abortionists who break the law. Sooner or later you will get caught.”

View photos of Gosnell’s victims.

Story from the Associated Press:
2 workers plead guilty to murder in abortion case
By MARYCLAIRE DALE, Associated Press – 10/27/2011

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Two abortion clinic workers pleaded guilty Thursday to third-degree murder in deaths at a Philadelphia clinic where seven babies were allegedly killed with scissors and a patient died from an overdose of painkillers.

Andrea Moton, 34, admitted her involvement in the death of one baby. Sherry West, 52, pleaded guilty in the February 2009 death of Karnamaya Mongar, a Bhutanese immigrant. Neither worker was properly trained for the work they did at the clinic run by Dr. Kermit Gosnell, authorities said.

Gosnell and nine employees, including his wife, were charged earlier this year after a grand jury report detailed macabre the conditions at the West Philadelphia clinic. Gosnell, the only doctor, and other staff are accused of performing illegal late-term abortions and killing babies born alive by severing their spinal cords with scissors.
Gosnell, who denies the allegations, is being held on $2 million bail.

Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams called the clinic a “house of horrors” in announcing the charges in January.

Moton, of Upper Darby, knew Gosnell through his niece. She worked evenings to assist with abortions, but, like the others, had no relevant training or license. She assisted with procedures and cut the spinal cords of aborted babies, the grand jury report said.

Moton and West each pleaded guilty to related charges, including taking part in a corrupt organization. West also pleaded guilty to drug delivery causing death.

West, of Newark, Del., may have administered at least some of the fatal dose of Demerol that killed 41-year-old Mongar in November 2009, defense lawyer Michael Wallace said after the hearing. However, he noted that she was the only clinic employee to accompany Mongar to the hospital and stay with her and her family until she died, he said.

According to the grand jury report, West and co-defendant Lynda Williams overmedicated the 4-foot-11, 110-pound Mongar when Gosnell was not at the clinic.

“She’s very sorry about the death of that young lady,” Wallace said. “She got caught up in a series of things that probably she did not realize the significance of.”
West was a long-time patient who sought work at the clinic as she fought with the Veterans Administration over a pension, he said. She was hired in October 2008, and made $8 to $10 an hour in cash to perform ultrasound exams, administer anesthesia and monitor patients in the medical room.

Prosecutors said she was not licensed or trained to perform those duties, but Wallace disputed that.
“By my analysis, she was doing the same things she was doing at the VA,” he said.

West has been in custody on $2 million bail since her arrest in January. She has been cooperating and will continue to do so, Wallace said. That could include testifying against Gosnell.

West faces up to 140 years in prison but would likely get far less time given that cooperation.

“She knows she will do time,” Wallace said.

She also had hepatitis C, but she took no precautions to protect exposing patients to the disease, authorities said.

Besides being untrained, staff had warned Gosnell that West and Williams were sloppy and careless with their work, the grand jury report said.

Moton faces up to 120 years in prison.

Neither prosecutors nor Moton’s lawyer, Thomas L. McGill Jr., would comment after the hearing, citing a gag order.

Ten people are charged in the case, several of them with murder. One defendant pleaded guilty last month to a perjury charge, leaving seven people awaiting trial.

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1 Abortionist, 3 Clinic workers face the Death Penalty others loose medical licenses while most in the media remains silent

Posted in Abortion, Abortion clinic dirty, abortion clinic safety, Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortion complication, Abortion death, Abortion Regulation, Abortionist, Kermit Gosnell with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 3, 2011 by saynsumthn

Telll me, other than local news where have you been hearing about this ongoing case ?????????????? If these were pro-lifers the cameras would be rolling day and night !!!!!

Phila. illegal abortion clinic workers could face death
Prosecutors consider penalty for Gosnell, Delaware woman, others

11:06 PM, Mar. 2, 2011 |


Dr. Kermit Gosnell

PHILADELPHIA — Pennsylvania prosecutors said during a court hearing Wednesday they were reserving the right to seek the death penalty for Dr. Kermit Gosnell, who is accused of killing infants delivered alive following late-term abortion procedures.

Prosecutors also said they are considering death-penalty cases against three of Gosnell’s employees, including 42-year-old Lynda Williams of Wilmington.

Assistant District Attorney Christine Wechsler said there were sufficient facts for prosecutors to file a death penalty notice against Gosnell, but they need to continue their investigation before deciding on the others. Wechsler and Assistant District Attorney Joanne Pescatore agreed with the defense attorneys to postpone the decision for 60 days while both sides investigate the matter.

Prosecutors are considering pushing for the death penalty against Steven Massof, 48, and Adrienne Moton, 33, along with Williams, who is facing two counts of murder for her alleged roles in at least one baby’s death and in the 2009 death of 41-year-old Karnamaya Mongar from an overdose of sedative medication. Those charges would qualify her for the death penalty, Wechsler said.

The Rev. Derrick Johnson of Wilmington was in the Philadelphia courtroom Wednesday to show support for Williams, who along with her family, has been a member of his Joshua Harvest Church for almost two years.

“The church cannot turn its back on anybody, and we won’t turn our back on her at this time, either,” said Johnson, adding he wasn’t there to judge the acts she is accused of committing.

Johnson, who was accompanied by a friend of Williams and two church members, said Williams’ biggest concern now has been the welfare of her children and grandchild.
“When she was arrested, the landlord in Wilmington immediately moved to evict the family from his property,” Johnson said. “We’ve been helping them by wrapping our arms around them.”


The death penalty will not be considered against six other Gosnell employees, including 51-year-old Sherry West of Bear.

West faces a third-degree murder charge in the death of a patient who was over-medicated, prosecutors said.

The Philadelphia charges against Gosnell and the employees are related to incidents at his West Philadelphia Women’s Medical Society clinic, but a grand jury report indicated he routinely started late-term abortion procedures that were illegal in Delaware at the Atlantic Women’s Medical Services clinic on Baynard Boulevard in Wilmington and completed them at the Pennsylvania clinic. Gosnell and the workers from his West Philadelphia clinic were arrested in January and charged with a variety of felonies, including homicide.

Gosnell began treating at least six patients in Delaware and then sent them to Philadelphia, according to evidence considered by the grand jury.

Prosecutors said that one of seven live newborns Gosnell is accused of killing by severing their spinal cords with scissors belonged to a teenage girl who first visited him at the Wilmington clinic. He took her to the West Philadelphia site because she was too far along to get an abortion under Delaware law, they said.

There have been no criminal charges filed in the case by Delaware authorities. But Dr. Albert Dworkin, one of two Delaware physicians associated with Gosnell, had his medical license temporarily suspended Tuesday by the Delaware Board of Medical Licensure and Discipline, which cited a “clear and immediate danger” to the public.

Dworkin plans to seek a hearing within 15 days to get his physician’s privileges restored, his attorney said. A request for the emergency suspension of a second doctor, Arturo Apolinario, was turned down, but an expedited hearing to review charges against him is going forward and Apolinario’s ability to write prescriptions has been suspended.

Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden also filed complaints with the medical board last week seeking a cease-and-desist order against Panzy Myrie, the owner of Atlantic Women’s Medical Services, for improperly advertising herself as a doctor, and seeking a fine against Atlantic for the violations by the doctors and Myrie. The complaints filed against Atlantic, Myrie and the doctors are all civil actions that could result in fines and suspensions but do not carry any prison time.

Dworkin’s suspension is one of the first actions taken against a Delaware physician since a number of new regulations were adopted by state lawmakers last year following the arrest of Lewes pediatrician Earl B. Bradley for abusing young patients.

Gosnell and the nine employees are scheduled to have their pretrial motions heard before Common Pleas Court Judge Benjamin Lerner on March 30.