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DA: Missed chances to shut Philly abortion clinic abounded

"Regulators ignored report after report of horrific conditions at a squalid abortion clinic, prosecutors said, leaving a trail of missed chances over the years to stop a doctor from performing illegal, late-term abortions that killed at least two patients and hundreds of newborns."
"Missed chances?"

Geez. The raw investigative reporting just leaps off the page, doannit? But  the Associated Press always has been a bunch of pandering propaganda pussies when it comes to headlines.
"We think the reason no one acted is because the women in question were poor and of color, because the victims were infants without identities and because the subject was the political football of abortion," the grand jury wrote... Complaints about Gosnell to state regulators went nowhere, even though 46 lawsuits -- including one over the death of a 22-year-old woman in 2000 -- had been filed against him.

In its report, the grand jury said the department's chief counsel, Christine Dutton, defended the department's indifference. "People die," she said."
"Indifference." Is that what it's called? It sounds to me more like criminal negligence and accessory to murder.

Could it be this "indifference" was fostered by the climate of hate & violence against the unborn by the pro-abortion lobby?

Or is that type of mind control magic only the property of right wing radio?

Update: The Philadelphia Horror: How mass murder gets a pass

Updated update: Our own KP has two excellent, in-depth posts here and here about this fetid Philly "physician" who made millions of dollars murdering babies.

Where's that "Pay Czar" at, Mr. President?


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"In its report, the grand j... (Below threshold)
DaveD:

"In its report, the grand jury said the department's chief counsel, Christine Dutton, defended the department's indifference. "People die," she said."

Remember this dismissive or, better yet, amoral attitude. Very soon it will be reprised with the bureaucrats and regulators of a government-run healthcare program near you.

Death panel... (Below threshold)
John F Not Kerry:

Death panel

It's times like this that I... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

It's times like this that I think about the Democratic mantra that society would be a lot better if the political elite had more "oversight" over our daily lives.

Loughner managed to avoid it. Madoff managed to avoid it. Barney and Maxine avoided their responsibility to provide it. Safety overseers partied with those they were supposed to regulate.

Hey! Lets pass some more laws!

So the AP just said that th... (Below threshold)
jim m:

So the AP just said that the dem controled city government didn't give a rip because the victims were black.

Where are the accusations of racism?

Can you imagine how loud the screaming would be if a republican responded to the notion that the city turned a blind eye to the murder of black citizens by saying, "People die"?

Great job AP. Once again we see that the media and the dems really don't care about the black community.

Think Payoffs. To big city ... (Below threshold)
f1guyus:

Think Payoffs. To big city pols. Think Democrats.

I guess Santorum is onto so... (Below threshold)
914:

I guess Santorum is onto something? A good platform for Barry in 2012 and we ain't talking burning black churches here. No, its much more diabolically evil then that.

OT: Olbermann has been boun... (Below threshold)
LeBron Steinman:

OT: Olbermann has been bounced from MSNBC.

My mind is overwhelmed by t... (Below threshold)
sarahconnor2:

My mind is overwhelmed by this man's evil actions. I can't imagine thinking of harming a newborn let alone killing hundreds of them.

Has Ed Rendell explained how this went on under his watch (and also under the watch of numerous other Philly mayors)? Or is he, for once, silent?

"Indifference." Is that wha... (Below threshold)
Don L:

"Indifference." Is that what it's called? It sounds to me more like criminal negligence and accessory to murder."

Isn't that their plan?




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