Making Gosnell a Household Name

How many Americans recognize the faces and names of notorious murderers?

A lot.

How many Americans recognize the face and/or name of abortionist Kermit Gosnell?

Hardly any. 

See for yourself:

Filmmakers Phelim and Ann McAleer are seeking to change that (Phelim conducted the “man-on-the-street interviews above).  They recently announced a historic crowdfunding campaign to raise the capital to produce a movie on “America’s biggest serial killer, abortionist Kermit Gosnell and the media cover-up.”

For those who are unfamiliar with crowd-funding, it’s the process by which individual supporters can donate to a project to see it to fruition, similar to donating to a political campaign or non-profit organization.  So whether you can donate $1, $100 or $1000, you too can provide financial support to make this movie happen, and to get the truth out to the world about the evil deeds of Kermit Gosnell.

On Tuesday, April 22nd, Phelim joined a Bloggers Briefing at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. to talk about the project and provide an update on funding.  Interestingly, while he and his wife are now in the filmmaking business, Phelim started out his career as a crime reporter in North Ireland.  That background led him to a court room in Philadelphia last year to check out the trial of abortionist Gosnell.

McAleer was completely shocked that the courtroom was virtually empty, and the story was nearly devoid of coverage, except for pro-lifers. 

That’s the motivation behind this campaign and film – to make Gosnell a household name.  Social media helped during the trial last year, but there is still widespread ignorance of the story.  By donating to the Gosnell Movie, and encouraging your friends and family to do, you can play a small part in bringing this story to national attention.

More importantly – when people are confronted with the reality of post-birth, partial-birth, and late term abortion, they are forced to grapple with the evil of abortion.  The McAleer’s story exposing Gosnell will do just that, and thus the film could be very influential in impacting our culture for life. 

Don’t forget that you can help – check out and share GosnellMovie.Com.

Gosnell: Not An Isolated Incident

You probably missed this story on the national news.  That’s no surprise though, given that the national news barely covered the main story behind the sentencing of Sherry West – the crimes and brutality of abortionist, Kermit Gosnell.  Ms. West pled guilty to third-degree murder and other charges for her role as Gosnell’s accomplice, and a few weeks ago, she was sentenced to 5 to 10 years in prison.

It’s been almost a year since the conviction and sentencing of notorious abortionist Kermit Gosnell.  Of course, every abortionist should be viewed as notorious – for taking human life, going against the Hippocratic oath and undisputable science, and being complicit in an action that irreparably harms a woman.  However, Gosnell was even more of a monster. 

Gosnell operated out of a building that’s been called a “House of Horrors.”  That’s even a nice way of putting it, as the documentation from the 300-page grand jury report is absolutely gruesome and horrifying.   

The March for Life’s Jeanne Monahan was interviewed on ETWN News Nightly to discuss the sentencing of Ms. West.  She reminds us that abortion clinics are often regulated at the same level of beauty parlors and that “Gosnell was not an isolated incident.”  Watch this clip of Jeanne and The Federalist’s Mollie Hemmingway discussing West’s sentencing, Gosnell’s clinic, and the media malfeasance that accompanied every aspect of this story.

In an effort to raise awareness about Gosnell the baby murderer and serial killer, filmmakers Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleera have launched a crowd-funding campaign to raise the capital for their made-for-TV movie, Gosnell.  And don’t forget about the hard-to-watch ongoing documentary, 3801 Lancaster, which seeks to bring awareness to the Gosnell case, give an outlet to the victims, and help to bring down similarly operating “clinics.”

Whether you have a platform to conduct media interviews, produce a documentary, or just share the truth with your friends on Facebook, join us in continuing to shine a light on darkness.

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