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  • Why is the Kermit Gosnell Murder Trial Jury Taking So Long?

    05/03/2013 12:43:50 PM PDT · by Morgana · 30 replies
    Life News ^ | Steven Ertelt
    To hear it from pro-life advocates watching the Kermit Gosnell murder trial, it should take the jury all of five minutes to return a guilty verdict on the first degree murder charges he faces for killing four babies. But the just has now spent four days deliberating and concluded today without a verdict in the case. It will resume on Monday. Why is the jury taking so long to adjudicate what seems like an open and shut case of infanticide? LifeNews talked to Samuel Casey, a pro-life attorney who is the General Counsel for the Law of Life Project of...
  • Kermit Gosnell Murder Trial Jury Retires With No Verdict Yet

    04/30/2013 6:11:17 PM PDT · by Morgana · 25 replies
    Life News ^ | Steven Ertelt
    The jury in the Kermit Gosnell murder trial has retired for the day and has not delivered a verdict related to the babies he killed in grisly abortion-infanticides. If sentenced for the convictions, Gosnell could face the death penalty following the convictions by the jury in Common Pleas Court in Philadelphia. The seven-woman, five-man jury began deliberations early today after receiving legal instructions on criminal law and the conviction process for approximately two hours from Judge Jeffrey Minehart. Local Philadelphia reporter J.D. Mullane was the first to report the end of day one of the deliberations. During their deliberations, the...