A grand jury report about Doctor Kermit Gosnell and his Women's Medical Society clinic rivals any serial-killer paperback. The allegations against the Philadelphia doctor include hundreds of illegal late-term aborted fetuses, babies born alive and then killed, women cut by bacteria-tainted instruments, and a staff of unlicensed workers, including some high-schoolers. LaToya Ransome says she barely survived what Gosnell did to her. The 23-year-old Pennsylvania woman spoke exclusively with CNN's Martin Savidge.
The doctor has yet to respond himself to the allegations. But last year when he lost his medical license, Gosnell granted a two-hour interview to Philadelphia Daily News reporter, David Gambacorta. Gambacorta spoke to CNN's Martin Savidge about Gosnell, who said at the time he was doing good for his community.