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AP story on Gosnell’s aides: For most, it was the best job they could find

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By Doug Powers  •  April 14, 2013 02:54 PM

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Have you ever been in such desperate economic circumstances that you ended up taking a job assisting in the killing of babies to make ends meet? Me neither. But the Associated Press, in a story titled “Philly abortion clinic workers saw few options,” tells readers that part of the reason Kermit Gosnell was able to find and keep help at his horrific abortion mill was a bad economy:

In testimony at the capital murder trial this past month, an unlicensed doctor and untrained aides described long, chaotic days at the clinic. They said they performed grueling, often gruesome work for little more than minimum wage, paid by Gosnell under the table.

But for most, it was the best job they could find.

Accepting the job because of economic hardship? Maybe. Keeping the job after seeing what goes on there goes well past anything economic and deep into the realm of moral depravity.

On the upside, at least the AP’s mentioning the Gosnell trial. That can’t be said for every media outlet.

(h/t Newsbusters and Hot Air)

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