I am using the Grand Jury Report on the crimes of Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell as the basis of this Wiki. I will add material to support my contention that though Gosnell is beyond the pale, this is mainly in the way he combined and refined aspects of the ghoulish and callous disregard for humanity often seen in abortionists. He was hardly a pioneer.

In order to distinguish between my own writings, and those of the Grand Jury, I will use a different font that makes the Grand Jury Report appear to be typed.

Cynthia Boyne, became the Home Health director at the DOH after Janice Staloski;

she "failed to order an investigation of the clinic even when Karnamaya Mongar died there."

She received a fax from Gosnell concerning Mrs. Mongar's death. Instead of initiating an investigation, she discussed it with Janice Staloski, the bureau director; and blamed her for the DOH not investigating the death, saying that Staloski told her that the DOH did not have the authority to do so.

Boyne testified that Staloski intended only to "charge Gosnell with failing to file a report in a timely and proper manner." The Grand Jury said, "This is absurd, and Boyne should not have accepted such a ridiculous idea."

Staloski said that it was really Boyne’s responsibility to order an investigation, but acknowledged that she, as the bureau director, also failed to do so. Instead of conducting an investigation, Staloski and Boyne concerned themselves with badgering Gosnell to re-notify them of Mrs. Mongar’s death.

[about the raid]
"Boyne reported to the department’s senior counsel that, at 12:45 a.m., she had told the Department of Health staff members at the clinic to “wrap it up and secure lodging in the interest of their safety.” Boyne told Brody that the “staff walked into a very difficult setup.” She complained that a representative of the District Attorney’s Office was “badgering” DOH staff to shut down the facility immediately. Boyne was seeking Brody’s legal guidance.

Staloski’s response to Boyne’s email was: “I’d say we were used.” Boyne’s reply: “Bingo.”"