Rep. Marlin Stutzman, from Indiana, heard about Dr. Kermit Gosnell in February and did what congressmen do: He went to the House floor and pleaded with the media to cover the case of the since-convicted Philadelphia abortion doctor whose filthy clinic and horrible actions have exposed the ugly truths behind abortion."Innocent life is worth defending," Stutzman tells me. "A monster in Philadelphia ... murdered newborn babies, preyed on vulnerable women and stuffed bodies into freezers, bags and cat-food tins." But that day in March when he found himself talking about Gosnell on the House floor, he had no idea how personal an issue this would become for him.
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