Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Gosnell: This Is Not Just A "Local News Story"

"The mainstream media or Hollywood don't think this is a story. Even though Gosnell killed more people than Gary Ridgeway, John Wayne Gacey, The Zodiac Killer and Ted Bundy combined. In a 30 year killing spree, it is thought he killed 1000s of babies. And that wasn't a national story?"


"In some circles, one dares not speak about abortion, let alone create a film starring its most horrific practitioner: West Philadelphia's Kermit Gosnell, M.D.

That taboo means nothing to the husband-and-wife filmmaking team of Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney. As the pair have proven in past productions, such as their documentary FrackNation, they are not afraid to swim against the politically correct cultural tide.

Amen to that, as church folks say." (Philly.com

The filmmakers have currently raised $1,254,076 of the $2,100,000 goal. They have 20 days left to raise the rest.

You can go to Gosnellmovie.com to donate.

"Dr. Kermit Gosnell is the most prolific serial killer in American History, but almost no one knows who he is.

The Grand Jury investigating Kermit Gosnell's horrific crimes said this:

This case is about a doctor who killed babies ... What we mean is that he regularly and illegally delivered live, viable, babies in the third trimester of pregnancy – and then murdered these newborns by severing their spinal cords with scissors .... Over the years, many people came to know that something was going on here. But no one put a stop to it."

For a $25 donation, you will receive a DVD of the movie once it's made.

"As a journalist, I thought I knew a lot about abortion," said McAleer. At the trial, he learned more. "I did not know that abortions are performed at six months, that it was so unregulated, or what a 6-month-old baby [in utero] looked like," he added.

The "pictures of the [aborted] babies" had the most profound effect, he said. "People think graphic pictures that pro-life people show are Photoshopped. They're not. The pictures that I saw were court evidence. They were genuine," McAleer asserted. "If people saw those pictures, they would think twice about abortion." (source)