One of the prosecution's final witnesses in abortionist Kermit Gosnell's “House of Horrors” murder trial stepped to the stand April 18 to tell jurors that she saw no less than 14 babies born alive at Gosnell's Philadelphia Women’s Medical Society abortion clinic, only to be assured by the abortionist that the infants weren't really alive, even as they were breathing and whining in their final moments.
Twenty-eight-year-old Kareema Cross admitted that although she was an unskilled medical assistant, she nonetheless performed ultrasounds, administered anesthesia, and helped with illegal late-term abortion procedures during her 2005 to 2009 employment at Gosnell's clinic. She said that during that time she witnessed at least 10 babies born during the procedures whose chests appeared to be moving up and down. “I thought they were breathing,” Cross said during testimony, but Gosnell “would say they're not really breathing.”
Cross also told jurors that she saw three other babies moving after being “aborted,” and heard the “soft whine” of a fourth. Gosnell assured her that the movements were nothing more than final reflexes of the aborted babies.
While Gosnell is charged with killing seven babies who were born alive at the facility, as well as a 41-year-old woman, Karnamaya Mongar (shown), who had gone there for an abortion, multiple employees of the abortionist testified at the trial that they saw scores of babies killed after being born alive. Stephen Massof, a 50-year-old former medical student who worked for Gosnell between 2003 and 2008, estimated during his testimony that he had witnessed the births of some 100 babies, whose spinal cords were then snipped with a surgical scissors — “literally a beheading,” he said. He said the procedure was nothing less than “separating the brain from the body.” Massof has pled guilty to third-degree murder in the deaths of two infants born alive at the clinic.
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