Abortionist Who Kept Babies’ Hands and Feet as Trophies Like Serial Killer Claims He Delivered Will Smith, Wants Actor to Take Up His Case

Actor Will Smith arrives at the 47th NAACP Image Awards in Pasadena, California, February 5, 2016. Abortionist Kermit Gosnell (Inset) file photo.

Late-term abortionist Kermit Gosnell who’s serving life in prison for the death of a patient and three babies born alive at his “house of horrors” abortion clinic in West Philadelphia has asked actor Will Smith to take up his case.

Gosnell, who severed babies’ hands and feet and kept them in jars of formaldehyde at his Women’s Medical Society abortion clinic — like a serial killer takes mementos from victims they kill, as described by the prosecution in his 2013 murder trial — asserted in a letter he sent to Smith in November 2016 that without him, he wouldn’t be the successful Hollywood actor he is today.

Smith was born at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia in 1968. Gosnell claims he was the resident who delivered him.

In the letter, a copy of which was obtained by the Daily Mail and published on Feb. 21, Gosnell told the world-renowned actor, “I’m fond of asserting that there could never be a ‘Men in Black’ if I had dropped you on your head.”

Gosnell then told Smith that his grandmother, Helen Bright, was his recovery room nurse at the hospital and claimed that she “would have been one of my most fervent advocates,” in his defense during his murder trial.

“Mrs. Bright would have professed that I was a minority physician targeted for political gain, not a media monster,” Gosnell wrote in the letter sent to Smith, claiming that his conviction was due in part to him being “railroaded” by pro-life Catholic prosecutors.

Investigative journalists and filmmakers Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney have documented Gosnell’s crimes in the new book, Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer, and the film “Gosnell” that has yet to be released.

Gosnell is serving three life sentences without the possibility of parole at the Pennsylvania State Correctional Institution in Huntingdon.

However, Gosnell believes that he will one day be released from prison and asked Smith if his older sister, Pamela, would like to head a nonprofit organization he wants to start called the “Defense and Educational Fund.”

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SOURCE: The Christian Post
Melissa Barnhart