Skip to comments.New documentary film project captures horror of Gosnell abortion clinic
Posted on 01/15/2013 11:28:41 PM PST by Morgana
A documentary about Kermit Gosnell, the Philadelphia Womens Medical Society disaster, and the cover-up by state and local oversight agencies was released today by the film group 3801 Lancaster. The project is ongoing as the case develops. Gosnell currently sits in prison awaiting trail for murder. The film runs just over 20 minutes; it is directed by David Altrogge and produced by Jennifer Thompson.
On the web:
If this video goes viral the scum lawyers will have a hard time finding a jury to try this butcher. And I’m sure that’s what they’re hoping for.
I recently watched a movie “Cider House Rules” which was set in an orphanage of “unwanted” children whose orphanage director started doing abortions for women who wanted to kill their babies.
But he was anti-war.
The illogic of this idiot movie brought out clearly that it was Hollywood inflicting its evil “thought” processes on us through movies.
State court gives relief from birth control mandate
The Associated Press
Posted Jan 16, 2013 @ 06:27 AM
WHEATON A judge has granted an Illinois company temporary relief from a state requirement that its employee health insurance plan covers birth control.
DuPage County Circuit Court Judge Terence Sheen granted a temporary restraining order Tuesday in favor of the Oak Brook-based company, Triune Health Group.
The Thomas More Society, a nonprofit law firm, says it’s the first state court ruling that says laws protecting religious freedom pre-empt the state’s contraception mandate for health insurance.
Earlier this month, the same company won temporary relief in federal court from a federal contraception mandate.
Company owners Christopher and Mary Anne Yep say government requirements for contraceptive coverage for women violate their Roman Catholic beliefs.
Mandatory coverage for birth control has been among the most controversial parts of President Barack Obama’s health care law.
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