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Baby Murderer Proud To Have Delivered Will Smith!

Audacity finds an admirer in Kermit Gosnell. A doctor, infamous for killing live babies and now, famous for not killing Will Smith. No, seriously!

‘There could never be a Men in Black if I had dropped you on your head’, Kermit writes, in a bid to get into Will Smith’s good books. Turns out, the baby killer and Will Smith go way back in time to the latter’s birth. It was indeed an accident that got Kermit and the Suicide Squad actor in the same room. Nurse Helen Bright, Will’s grandma, brought her daughter Caroline Smith to Kermit’s, when Caroline’s doctor couldn’t make it on time. Caroline had got into labor and Kermit did his job well, resulting in Will’s birth. This was way before Kermit took to his diabolical ways.

Letter to Will Smith

Now 76, Kermit Gosnell is serving a life sentence in Pennsylvania State Correctional Institution in Huntingdon. He was found guilty of slaughtering live babies and involuntary manslaughter of a woman in 2013. Kermit ran his freak show in his clinic in the Powelton Village of Philadelphia. Irony lies in the fact that he is a father of six, yet he shows no remorse in the killing. A narcissist by choice, Dr. Kermit writes an audacious letter to Will seeking his intervention.

Important to understand that Helen took her daughter to Kermit not for abortion, but for delivery. Despite that, Kermit has a sense of entitlement to seek Will’s help. Keeping the abortion debate aside, the treacherous doctor’s methods are the crux in this case. Case in point, he used scissors to stab the live babies and gave the procedure a name – ‘Snipping’! The audacity with this guy eh! Did we mention that he fed the remains to the crabs?

Anyway, the imperative question is the reason behind him reaching out to Will. Turns out, one of Kermit’s sons – David – a struggling actor, could use a push from someone as influential as Will is. See what Kermit did there? Kremit, amidst his ignorance and delusions, thinks Will owes him one for their circumstantial meeting decades ago. Besides, he brings Will’s departed grandmother into the equation stating that she would have vouched for him!

Gosnell Biography

Authors Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney gave their views to Mail Online regarding the book they wrote on Kermit. ‘Gosnell – The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer‘ accounts Kermit’s misdemeanors through the eyes of the authors. Thanks to them authoring the book, Kermit saw an opportunity to reach out to Will.

Except for his abominable deeds with the babies, the authors have positive things to say about Kremit. “He writes poetry and reads the Quran too”, McAleer says, “he’s an unbelievably personable man.” Time for Will Smith to respond. May be not. Duh.

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