The National Abortion Federation facility that employed Kermit Gosnell, and let him start at least six of his illegal late abortions there, isn't getting glossed over. It's getting investigated:
Late Thursday, Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden said his office will launch a “wide-ranging” investigation of Gosnell and probe his work at the Delaware abortion facility given the vast problems at his Pennsylvania abortion center.
“Like most of us, I’m disturbed by the allegations that were handed up by the grand jury in Philadelphia,” said Biden, according to the News Journal newspaper. He said the probe will focus on “a range of issues and we want to get to the bottom of it.”
“It is under way and has been under way,” Biden said of the probe, and he indicated staff from his office and Delaware investigators have already met with officials from Pennsylvania to determine if any criminal acts of violations of state health and safety standards occurred in Delaware or by those associated with Gosnell in the state.
The announcement of the probe come on the same day members of Delaware Right to Life and national pro-life groups called for investigations into whether Atlantic and the two other abortion clinics that operate in Delaware are following state laws.
I love the way the reporter, Sean O'Sullivan, has been on the case:
Calls to Atlantic Women's Medical Services -- which appeared closed Thursday because of the snow -- have been referred to Philadelphia attorney Nino V. Tinari, who has been unavailable for comment since last week.
O'Sullivan has also identified the Delaware group that funded many of the Gosnell abortions, Delaware Pro-Choice Medical Fund, and has been trying to contact them to no avail.