Whether you are familiar with the case of Kermit Gosnell and his “House of Horrors,” or have never heard his name before, 3801 Lancaster ought to be required viewing for everyone who is concerned about defending human dignity and the sanctity of life.
For decades Gosnell operated an abortion clinic where he butchered babies and women. You can read more about him from our Director of Communications, Dan Bartkowiak, who goes into detail in this reflection in the Federalist, where he covers things like the filthy conditions of the clinic or how Gosnell would use scissors to snap the necks of newborn babies.
3801 Lancaster is a documentary on Gosnell. It is a crucial way we can make sure that we never forget the atrocities that happened. Through the film you will hear directly from some of the women who were mistreated by him, hear interviews with Gosnell himself from prison, and see scenes from the trial in court against Gosnell.
If we are not vigilant in remembering these past horrors, we will be sure to repeat them. We already see this happening with the recent study published from the University of Pittsburgh, in partnership with the abortion industry, where aborted babies were scalped and had their skin grafted onto mice.
All human life is precious and worth defending. On today, the ten year anniversary of the grand jury trial against Kermit Gosnell, let us recommit to protecting the most vulnerable among us.
How to Watch
Watch it now: 3801Lancaster.com
Amazon Prime (Free with membership): https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B01K5P1C60/ref=atv_dp_share_cu_r