On Nov. 7, Ohio voters will choose whether they will embrace or reject outside groups’ attempts to enshrine abortion through all nine months of pregnancy in the Ohio Constitution.
Issue One in Ohio says that “every individual has a right” to ending life in the womb and other “reproductive decisions” regardless of age or trimester. ACLU, Planned Parenthood, and LGBT groups are counting on Ohioan’s confusion and ignorance about the language of the ballot measure to enact their radical abortion and anti-parent agenda in the state without pushback from Ohio’s Republican legislature, governor, and attorney general.
Less than two miles from the statehouse in Columbus, the state’s capital city, an exhibit highlighting photos from infamous serial abortionist and baby murderer Kermit Gosnell’s “house of horrors” will open to the public.
The “EVIDENCE: Crime Scene Photos from the Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” collection features 50 crime scene photographs collected during the 2011 arrest, trial, and sentencing of Gosnell.
Gosnell was first flagged for unseemly practices by the Pennsylvania Department of Health in 1989. It wasn’t until a 2010 raid prompted by a federal investigation into Gosnell’s illegal “pill mill” operation, however, that the FBI and state police discovered the remains of nearly 50 babies “haphazardly stored in bags, milk jugs, orange juice cartons, and even in cat-food containers.”
Approximately 20 percent of the babies recovered were murdered after 24 weeks gestation. Another three were estimated to have been murdered after birth when Gosnell took scissors to their spinal cords.
“My comprehension of the English language can’t adequately describe the barbaric nature of Dr. Gosnell,” Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams said.
Gosnell’s “gruesome” butchering of late-term babies and born-alive babies and manslaughter of at least one woman who was his patient earned him charges for murder, infanticide, conspiracy, conducting abortions beyond the state’s 24-week limit, and many more charges. He was convicted of first-degree murder and eventually sentenced to three life terms.
Gosnell’s crimes happened in Pennsylvania, but hundreds of thousands of babies lose their lives at the hands of abortionists all over the U.S. every year.
In 2016, in Ohio’s backyard state of Indiana, the Indiana Medical Licensing Board stripped Dr. Ulrich Klopfer, a mass abortionist, of his license for violating several state care and reporting requirements. After Klopfer’s passing in 2019, authorities uncovered a gruesome collection of more than 2,000 fetal remains in his home.
The curation of the photos documenting Gosnell’s crimes is the product of husband-wife duo Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney, who have a book, film, and six-episode podcast series dedicated to detailing the crimes of “America’s most prolific serial killer” Gosnell. According to McElhinney, the exhibit will include imagery from “the first night of the raid on [Gosnell’s] clinic” as well as some “photos from the medical examiner’s office.”
Their hope is that graphic snapshots will provide Ohioans a somber look at the devastation the unchecked abortionist industry can unleash on women and babies.
“These are photos taken of moments in time, and they were evidence in a court of law,” McAleer said in a statement. “They are the reality of what was going on behind closed doors and what is probably going on behind other closed doors in America today. They are not political and do not take sides. They are just EVIDENCE.”
The “EVIDENCE” exhibit begins Oct. 20 and will run all the way through Nov. 7, when voters in the Buckeye State will head to the polls to decide on Issue One.