The web site for gruesome abortion practitioner Kermit Gosnell is for sale. Gosnell is the abortionist found to be killing and injuring women in botched abortions and jabbing medical scissors into the backs of babies to kill them in “live birth abortions.”
A Philadelphia Daily News report reveals the domain kermitgosnell.com is for sale from a domain re-seller web site for $959 based on the amount of traffic the domain currently generates from searches on the Internet given the infamous national attention he received when officials finally discovered his abortion practice and shut him down.
Gosnell faces multiple murder charges for killing a woman in a failed abortion and seven unborn children after purposefully inducing birth so he could take their lives in a ghastly abortion-infanticide procedure. His wife, who worked at the Women’s Medical Society abortion business with him, and staffers also face charges ranging from murder to obstructing justice to practicing medicine without a license.
Nowyo.com now owns the domain and purchased it after noticing the term Kermit Gosnell receives 5,400 local searches monthly and another 6,600 globally on Google, without including searches on other search engine web sites like Yahoo or Bing or social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. A representative of the company told the Philly newspaper it purchased the domain to resell after the domain lapsed merely because of the potential traffic it could generate.
“We have 60,000 names. We have no idea who that guy is,” the representative said. “We just saw it had big stats, a lot of people were searching for it and it wasn’t trademarked, so we bought it.”
Gosnell and his wife are still in prison without bail and a gag order on the case prevents him from talking about it with the media. The next part of his case comes in September, when he will be in court on September 8 for a hearing.
Gosnell’s center was found to be filthy and in violation of numerous state health and safety laws and he put women’s health at risk with botched abortions that ultimately killed at least one woman and injured others. Gosnell also used a live birth abortion technique that essentially had him birthing unborn children for the sole purpose of killing them in infanticides using medical scissors to “snip” their spinal cords. The aftermath of numerous investigations found state officials ignored complaints about the abortion center and that the state government had not inspected it or other abortion businesses.
Gosnell and several staffers at his abortion center, including his wife Pearl, were arrested in January after a grand jury indicted them on multiple charges after officials raided his abortion business following a woman’s death and discovered a “shop of horrors” filled with bags of bodies and body parts of deceased unborn children and babies killed in infanticides. Pearl Gosnell, Kermit’s 49-year-old wife who has no medical license, faces a charge of providing an abortion at 24 or more weeks and conspiracy and other charges.
Last March, the Pennsylvania Department of Health found the abortion center had violated more than a dozen health and safety laws ranging from a lack of equipment and drugs for emergency resuscitation to not having a way to get patients to a hospital or a backup physician. In the raid, officials found jars containing the remains of pre-born babies dating back 30 years along with filthy and unsafe conditions and evidence that unlicensed workers had been illegally treating patients. The office has no access for a stretcher in the case of an emergency. In previous emergencies, care was delayed because exit doors were padlocked shut or blocked with debris from the clinic.
But, the grand jury investigation also shows state officials did nothing when reports came in about problems at Gosnell’s abortion center, which has upset incoming pro-life Governor Tom Corbett who fired several state employees.
The abortion industry has been forced to suspend two abortion businesses that employed embattled abortion practitioner Kermit Gosnell, who has been the subject of national controversy over his abortion business in Philadelphia.
Following revelations that Gosnell is associatedwith two other abortion centers in Louisiana and Delaware, the National Abortion Federation made the decision to suspend the memberships of both. Atlantic Women’s Medical Services, the Delaware abortion business that employed Gosnell one day a week to do abortions, and the Delta Clinic abortion center of Baton Rouge, have both had their memberships suspended. Leroy Brinkley owns both abortion businesses. Atlantic operates abortion centers in Wilmington and Dover.