Kermit Gosnell Speaks from Prison – A disturbing conversation with the narcissistic killer

Ann McElhinney is one of the filmmakers at work on a movie about the case of Kermit Gosnell, who has been described as “the worst serial killer in America.” For this work, McElhinney has interviewed Gosnell, most recently in person.

She talks about what that was like and what she’s learned.

  • Sick b@$#@rd.

  • eMan14

    Other than perhaps silence… how much support for Gosnell is out there?

    • Minicapt

      Eric Holder is now free for some pro bono.


  • DMB

    He is the reason why we need abortion laws. Not to ban it outright or fully legalize it but to be able to criminally prosecute individuals like him who murdered conscious babies outside the womb which would be no different than a doctor in a maternity ward killing the child that was just delivered and a woman who was pregnant with a child. When the supreme court of Canada struck down our abortion laws neither they or any of our cowardly politicians replaced it anything. If Kermit Gosnell had practiced abortions in Canada not only would he not be in prison but he wouldn’t even be criminally charged. At most his license would have been revoke and civilly sued.

  • UCSPanther

    We should also not forget the state of cleanliness (IE allowing a cat to wander the surgical areas, the reek of urine throughout the clinic, and the hording of medial waste) and other lesser shenanigans that this sicko was engaging in during the 30 years of his clinic’s operation. We should consider that despite the numerous complaints about the unsanitary, unprofessional and unsafe way Gosnell was running his cesspool of a clinic, he was allowed to operate without any serious investigation for approximately 30 years, and the only time that any serious investigation began was when police were investigating complaints of someone giving out illegal prescriptions.