PHILADELPHIA — Following his conviction for the murder of three babies born alive, abortionist Kermit Gosnell was sentenced Tuesday to two life sentences without parole for two of those murder charges.
By agreeing not to appeal his conviction, Gosnell was able to avoid the death penalty for three convictions of first-degree murder.
Gosnell “agreed to waive all of his appellate rights in exchange for life in prison ... instead of the death penalty,” the office of R. Seth Williams, Philadelphia’s district attorney, said May 14.
He was “immediately sentenced.”
Tomorrow, May 15, Gosnell will be sentenced for the death of the third child and for involuntary manslaughter of a patient at...READ MORE