Karnamaya Mongar

(Women's Medical Society, in West Philadelphia, operated by Dr. Kermit Gosnell.  File photo)

Relatives Recount Day Woman Died After Abortion at West Philadelphia Clinic

Dr. Kermit Gosnell is charged with third-degree murder in the death of Karnamaya Mongar, and seven counts of first-degree murder for allegedly killing late-term fetuses born alive.


(Phila. PD photo)

West Phila. Abortion Aide Describes Events Leading To 2009 Death of Patient

Lynda Williams, who has pleaded guilty to murder and other charges and is cooperating with prosecutors, told the jury that despite her lack of an license or certification, she routinely did ultrasounds, placed IVs, and administered medicines, with little or no supervision.


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West Phila. Abortion Clinic Worker Testifies To Routine and Repeated Violations

Sherry West, who pleaded guilty as part of a plea agreement, testified that she and other workers routinely inserted intravenous lines and administered medications while Gosnell was not at the medical center.


(Dr. Kermit Gosnell.  Photo provided by Philadelphia DA's office)

Heated Exchanges At Trial Of Philadelphia Abortion Doctor Charged With Murder

There were sharp exchanges during testimony Thursday in the murder trial of abortion Doctor Kermit Gosnell.


(Dr. Kermit Gosnell, in file photo.)

Testimony In Abortion Doctor Murder Case Turns To Death Of Adult Woman

Doctor Gosnell is charged with third degree murder in the death. He’s also charged with seven counts of first degree murder of babies that the prosecution alleges were born alive and then murdered. Dr. Gosnell has pleaded not guilty to all charges.


Karnamaya Mongar died from an overdose of anesthesia allegedly administered by an unlicensed employee

Botched Abortion Victim’s Family Seeks Retribution

The attorney representing the family of a woman allegedly murdered by abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell says the doctor must be held accountable. Attorney Bernie Smalley has filed a civil suit in the case.