Planned Parenthood has admitted that it knew about conditions at Gosnell's "House of Horrors," but took no steps to report him to the authorities.
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Planned Parenthood, left to itself, becomes another House of Horrors
LifeNews.com reports that Dayle Steinberg, the president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Southeast Pennsylvania, (admitted) at a fundraiser that he knew about the problems in Gosnell’s Philadelphia charnel house. Rather than reporting this information to local or state authorities so that Gosnell’s clinic could be shut down, Planned Parenthood did nothing at all. Instead, it hoped that the women who suffered traumatizing abortions in filthy rooms would speak up. Or, as Steinberg said, “We would always encourage them to report it to the Department of Health.”
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Planned Parenthood of Delaware CEO Ruth Lytle-Barnaby (denied) any claims of unsanitary practices and said the facility is dedicated to providing a safe environment for women. She would not confirm the circumstances under which Mitchell-Werbrich and Vasikonis left. And the television station reports two other nurses and one abortionist have also quit working at the facility.