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Philadelphia Horror fallout: Investigating more potential Dr. Deaths

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By Michelle Malkin  •  January 31, 2011 12:47 PM


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I reminded you last week that accused Philadelphia Horror baby butcher Kermit Gosnell was far from alone.

The latest on the government-enabled mass murder that the White House doesn’t want to talk about:

*Democrat Delaware AG Beau Biden has launched a “wide-ranging” investigation of Gosnell to see if he broke any state laws or regulations when he was working at the Atlantic Women’s Medical Services clinic in Wilmington.

*Pro-life groups have called attention to two other medical professionals who worked with Gosnell in Delaware — Atlantic Women’s Medical Services clinic director Leroy Brinkley and of Dr. Arturo Apolinario, a doctor whose controlled substance license lapsed in 2009.

*The National Abortion Federation has belatedly suspended the Delaware clinic’s membership.

*In Pennsylvania, Johnny-come-lately officials propose new abortion clinic safety* measures.

*In Delaware, abortion clinic oversight is still AWOL:

Delaware regulators cannot say if Atlantic Women’s Medical Center — where Gosnell worked one day a week for a number of years — suffers from similar health and safety deficiencies because abortion providers are not subject to the kind of routine sanitary and safety inspections that restaurants, beauty salons and tattoo parlors get.

Abortion clinics do not fall under the definition of medical facilities in the state that require routine inspections, like free-standing surgery centers, according to the Delaware Division of Public Health.

The state’s Division of Professional Regulation, meanwhile, only investigates complaints against doctors, “not facilities,” said Division Director James Collins.

Mark A. Meister Sr., executive director of the Medical Society of Delaware, said he did not know of any agency in the state that regulates abortion clinics or similar medical clinic facilities in Delaware, which he conceeded was “hard to believe.”

“You are asking an excellent question,” he said. “The answer may be at this point in time there is no regulatory authority over a clinic or organization like that.”

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