After the multiple law suits from women whose uteruses he perforated, Kermit Gosnell apparently found a way to avoid the surgical mishaps of late term abortions. He refined the Intrapartum Toilet Delivery Protocol.
Part of this protocol is described by Latosha Lewis: “If… a baby was about to come out, I would take the woman to the bathroom, they would sit on the toilet and basically the baby would fall out and it would be in the toilet. I would be rubbing her back and trying to calm her down for two, three, four hours until Dr. Gosnell comes.”
Breitbart presents the janitorial nightmares which resulted from this abortion/infanticide clinical pathway.
Janitor James Johnson testified that “he had threatened to quit because he would not retrieve babies’ body parts from the toilets where they had been stuffed. Johnson said he would lift the toilet so that someone else could get the babies out of the pipes.”
Reader’s condensed background on Kline saga – Jill Stanek.
Phill Kline once served as KS Attorney General and as District Attorney of Johnson County. While in the latter position, he filed over a hundred criminal charges against a local planned parenthood facility for illegal late term abortions and for concealing the sexual abuse of minors. Three judges have allowed this case to remain active, and the current district attorney has been compelled by public interest to continue prosecuting the case.
The Supreme Court of Kansas has been packed mostly by former Governor Kathleen Sebelius, who worked to keep Kansas the U.S. capital of late term abortion, and who will be sure to keep abortion at the heart of Obama-care, as her current boss promised to planned parenthood.
There is a move to deprive Phill Kline of his law license, in order to scare law enforcement away from enforcing medical standards and taking planned parenthood to task for its many failures. The tactics funded by planned parenthood’s supporters have worked to scare other prosecutors away from dealing with the abysmal conditions at abortion clinics. The result is that such clinics as Gosnell’s “shop of horrors” in Philadelphia have continued without regulation for decades.
Starting on Feb 21, we will find out the degree to which the Supreme Court of Kansas, through its Disciplinary Administrator, would like to support the sexual abuse of minors, the substandard medical practices of the abortion industry, and its standard-bearer, planned parenthood.
Appended is the finding from the original Ethics Investigation of Phill Kline in 2008, finding no basis for accusations of violations or wrongdoing. This result has been kept buried for two years. Take a look.
Health Dept Ignored Abortionist Who Killed Woman, Babies With Scissors | LifeNews.com.
Apparently complaints about conditions at the Gosnell abortion facility fell on deaf ears at the Pennyslvania Department of Health.
One wonders if any reports at all filtered to the State Medical Board.
The disturbing practice of Philadephia abortionist Gosnell appears to be a public relations disaster that keeps on giving. Jill Stanek has sunk her teeth into this story, and is chronicling his many violations of the minimum standards of abortion practice. She is now addressing the fact that an outside agency (National Abortion Federation) had observed Gosnell’s unsanitary and unsafe facilities, and failed to report them.
Pharmer would also like to bring up the fact that nearby hospitals had to be receiving Gosnell’s patients, and their ER staffs had to be aware that he was an abysmal practitioner. Botched abortions, incomplete abortions, infections, etc. all find their way into the neighboring hospitals, and after a time, the causative agent develops a negative reputation with police, paramedics, EMTs and emergency department staff. One of the dampening influences which prevent such abominations from coming to the attention of authorities is fear of HIPAA sanctions. Was this, (as well as the isolation of other hospitalized patients from their social support system), an intentional thing, or an unintended consequence of HIPAA regulations?
Abortion is a self feeding system of negativity that drives standards of care downward in every institution that it touches.
People who do abortions represent the substandard of health care. Abortion has invaded obstetrics and gynecology, and every institution which is touched by abortion has experienced decreased quality of staff and decreased quality of care.
Both abortion and euthanasia are cheap and easy ways to remove problems by eliminating the victims. Innovation in medicine has been driven by compassion for people who suffer with certain disorders and illnesses. When those people are killed off through abortion or euthanasia that impetus for innovation is removed. Additionally the killing erodes public trust in health care professionals. The force of life and creativity is attenuated and humanity devolves.