Kemper of the pro-life group Stand True has been closely monitoring the
case and put it in perspective for pro-life people getting impatient
about a verdict. “Everyone needs to understand the jury must have 227
verdicts, not just one in the Gosnell murder trial. This can take a long
time. Keep praying for the Jury and also for the soul of Gosnell,” he
said. Gosnell is charged with four counts of first-degree murder for
killing babies following delivery in an abortion process that involved
“snipping” their necks and spinal cords. He also faces a third-degree
murder charge related to the death of a woman, Karnamaya Mongar, 41, of
Virginia, from a botched legal abortion. Gosnell, who has been in jail
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The abortionist faces 258 counts total and other charges against him
include one count of infanticide and one of racketeering, 24 counts of
performing third-trimester abortions and 227 counts of failing to follow
the 24-hour waiting period law before an abortion so women can consider
its risks and alternatives.
The jury for the Gosnell case told Judge Minehart that they are drained. They worked all morning and through lunch. The judge dismissed them for the weekend and deliberations will resume Monday morning. Pray for the jury not only for the decision, but also how this is affecting them. I pray that this will be a case that will cause them to look further into this subject. May they learn that Gosnell is not the only one. I am not sure how aware they are about this fact.