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Saturday, April 13, 2013

NARAL sees illegalities at Gosnell clinic but did not report. Should be held criminally negligent for this failure

Read this  article and tell me why NARAL is not criminally negligent when they saw violations and failed to report them. How many deaths could they have prevented?  The  authorities in PA  who  refused to follow up on complaints starting from pro choice Gov. Tom Ridge should be liable as well.  Amazing that inspections stopped once a pro choice gov replaced a pro life one.
But NARAL has no reason to be proud of themselves here. 

"This nightmare facility had not been inspected in 17 years – other than by someone from the National Abortion Federation, whom he actually invited there. For whatever reason, Gosnell applied for NAF membership two days after the death of the 41-year-old Nepalese woman, Karnamaya Mongar. Even on a day when the place had been scrubbed and spiffed up for the visit, the NAF investigator found it disgusting and rejected Gosnell's application for membership. But despite noting many outright illegalities, including a padlocked emergency exit in a part of the clinic where women were left alone overnight, the grand jury report notes that the NAF inspector did not report any of these violations to authorities:"

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