Sunday, June 18, 2017

Author of new book on the Kermit Gosnell trial along with physician opposing doctor assisted suicide will join Deacon Mike and Pam this Tuesday on FOT

Cheryl Sullenger
Operation Rescue
In 2011 a Philadelphia abortionist, Kermit Gosnell, was charged with the murder of seven babies born alive after botched abortions and the murder of a patient who died following an abortion. In all, Gosnell and several co-defendants were charged with eight counts of murder, 24 felony counts of performing illegal abortions and 227 misdemeanors for violating Pennsylvania’s 24 week time limit. Ultimately, Gosnell was convicted of three counts of first degree murder, involuntary manslaughter and 21 felony counts of illegal late term abortions and 211 misdemeanors. He is currently serving a life term without the possibility of parole.
Gosnell being led off
to state prison

Sitting through the entire trial was Cheryl Sullenger, senior vice president of Operation Rescue and author of forthcoming book, The Trial of Kermit Gosnell: The Shocking Details And What It Revealed About The Abortion Industry In America, which is scheduled for publication this Wednesday. In the book she relates shocking eye-witness revelations from the often-emotional testimony. And based on over three decades of experience researching abortion industry abuses, she also provides disturbing evidence that proves Gosnell is not alone.
And this Tuesday, one day before publication, Cheryl will join Deacon Mike Manno and Pam Briddell to discuss her book (which can be ordered by clicking on the cover on the right) and what the Gosnell story says about abortion in America today.

Dr. Brian Callister
 In addition to Cheryl, Dr. Brian Callister, M.D.  a board certified internal medicine specialist and hospitalist, who is nationally recognized as an expert in both acute care medicine and the post-acute continuum, and critic of physician assisted suicide, will also join Deacon Mike and Pam. Dr. Callister was recently featured in a video by the Patients Rights Action Fund which was posted earlier on this blog (link here).
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