On Tuesday, the murder trial of Kermit Gosnell featured the testimony of Karnamaya Mongar daughter and brother. Gosnell has been charged with murdering Mongar by providing her with a lethal dose of pain killers. James Johnson, Gosnell's handyman also testified about the frequent problems with the toilet being backed up by the body parts of aborted children.
The testimony notes how Mongar (who started looking to get an abortion when she was 16 weeks pregnant) was referred to Gosnell's clinic by another abortion clinic.
The family clinic near Mongar's home - about 20 miles south of Washington - said it did not perform abortions after 14 weeks.
Gurung said that the clinic directed her mother to another clinic in Fredericksburg, Va., but that one also turned her down and suggested an abortion clinic in Washington.
The D.C. clinic also said no, Gurung said, but told them that Kermit Gosnell in Philadelphia would likely be able to help them.
Which D.C. clinic was that? Will the abortion industry admit that abortion clinics will often provide referrals to other clinics without having the slightest idea of whether that clinic is sanitary or not?
Johnson, who is married to a foster sister of Gosnell's wife, Pearl, testified that the clinic had frequent plumbing problems.
Toilets blocked up weekly, Johnson testified, but he refused to clean out the waste pipe.
"I told the doc I would remove the toilet and lay it on its side, but somebody else would have to clean that out," Johnson said.