Many of the Gosnell co-defendants have already been in prison for more than two years, since a 2011 grand jury report lifted
Gosnell was found guilty on Monday of three counts of first-degree murder, one count of involuntary manslaughter, and numerous
The National Abortion Federation, a professional association of U.S. abortion providers, rejected Gosnell's application for
Full Segment: The case of Kermit Gosnell has slowly started to fan the flames of the nation's debate over abortion. We talk to The Blaze faith editor Billy Hallowell about how the gruesome details emerging from the court case are reopening old wounds.