Lansdowne, VA: A Philadelphia jury found abortionist Kermit Gosnell guilty on three counts of first-degree murder today. Additionally, Gosnell was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the 2009 death of former patient Karnamaya Mongar.
Care Net President and CEO, Roland Warren, commented on the verdict:
“Care Net rejoices at the outcome of Gosnell’s murder trial. A guilty verdict is a small step to ensuring justice for lives lost to abortion. However, the work we do is far from over. There is still an estimated 3,500 lives lost every day to abortion in our nation, and abortionists like Gosnell are not an exception in the abortion industry. That’s why Care Net’s 1,180 pregnancy centers work tirelessly to provide compassionate alternatives to women and men facing unplanned pregnancies.”
Care Net is working to build a culture where every woman receives all the support she needs to welcome her child into life and create her own success story. Last year, Care Net’s faith based pregnancy centers served nearly 400,000 women, offering them free services such as ultrasounds, pregnancy tests, STD tests and counseling services. Care Net pregnancy centers have been honored by numerous states and, in 2008, by the White House for their service to our country.