Operation Rescue’s Senior Policy Advisor Cheryl Sullenger was among the first to understand the importance of the case. She covered the story from the moment Gosnell’s “House of Horrors” West Philadelphia abortion clinic was raided in January, 2011, through his trial in April-May, 2013, to the 2014 sentencing of notorious case’s final defendant.
Her exclusive first-hand reports from the courtroom — well ahead of any national media outlet — prompted a Tweet-fest that drew national attention to Gosnell’s gruesome crimes. The impact of this case and Operation Rescue’s momentous coverage sent reverberations throughout the United States and has resulted in new laws that continue to close abortion clinics across the country.
“As the first anniversary of Gosnell’s historic conviction nears, it is imperative that the record of events be preserved. This historic archive, written exclusively from the pro-life perspective, is a crucial reference that gives us all a first-hand look at inside the courtroom. We pray this will be a useful resource for future readers that will ensure the important lessons learned from the abuses and corruption uncovered in Philadelphia are not lost to history,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue.
The archive will be permanently available through a link on the home page of OperationRescue.org.