Bones Found at Home of Kermit Gosnell, Who Killed Babies in Live-Birth Abortions

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Apr 15, 2015   |   11:24AM   |   Philadelphia, PA

Officials in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania have found bones at the home of abortionist Kermit Gosnell, who was convicted on multiple counts of murder in cases involving the killing of babies in life-birth abortions. Gosnell is the first abortion practitioner in the United States convicted of murder.

Gosnell operated a dilapidated and filthy abortion clinic in downtown Philadelphia and employed staffers with little or no medical training who often put women’s lives at risk by performing medical procedures and engaging in work that should be limited to medical professionals. He also killed and injured women in botched abortions and was found to be keeping the remains of some aborted children.

Now, local officials have found bones at the Philadelphia home of of the convicted abortion doctor, leading to an investigation by the city’s crime scene unit. Officials made the discovery while sealing off the property.

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Officials with the city’s Licenses and Inspections department made the discovery at Gosnell’s Mantua home while sealing off the property, WTXF reported.

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A reporter with the Philadelphia Inquirer Tweeted that they’ve since been ruled to be animal, not human.

Attempts to reach police for comment were not immediately successful.

Another reporter offered more insight:

Yesterday, as workers were cleaning up the site, they came across a pile of tiny bones. All work stopped as the Police Department’s Crime Scene Unit and homicide detectives swarmed the scene. Given Gosnell’s history – many aborted, late-term fetuses from his clinic have never been accounted for – police wondered whether the bones were human.

They were quickly determined to be animal remains. A sad and fitting find, given the animal who once called the place home.

Though the bones were not human, Gosnell had a habit of keeping the remains of aborted babies. The jury in the murder trial of Kermit Gosnell was told this the embattled abortion practitioner kept at least 47 babies in odd places at his clinic such as cat food jars and other containers.