Karnamaya Mongar survived 18 years in a Nepalese refugee camp, only to be butchered alive in an American abortion mill referred to her by a D.C. clinic (most likely Planned Parenthood.)
According to prosecutors, Dr. Kermit Gosnell even kept human body parts lying around the mill in garbage bags.
Along with the thousands of children killed by Dr. Gosnell, some of whom he delivered alive and killed by cutting their spinal cords with scissors, 19-year-old Semika Shirelle Shaw died of severe internal infections after his abortion equipment punctured her uterus and colon.
Before she died, Shaw reported she likely wasn't the only adult female victim, as other abortion "patients" were dumped, bleeding, on recliners in the office. "I kind of wondered what he was up to there. He told me he did abortions up to the eighth month."
Abortion advocates claim the repeated adult deaths over a period of years occured because Dr. Gosnell's clinic hadn't been inspected in 17 months.
But who blocks attempts to inspect abortion mills, as well as any attempts to pass legislation requiring abortion mills to meet minimal health and safety standards?