HOW MANY severed baby spines does it take to pay for a $984,000 shore house?
How many severed infant feet is a boat worth?
And what part of Kermit Gosnell’s clinic paid to keep his mistress, 41 years younger, on the payroll?
As investigators and civil attorneys build their case against Gosnell, charged last month with killing seven babies and a woman at his hellish West Philly clinic, a larger question looms:
What did he do with the money?
According to the grand jury’s report, it’s estimated that Gosnell, 69, made almost $1.8 million each year in abortions alone – and most of it was cash from desperate, poor women.
That figure does not account for any of the money he took in from allegedly selling illegal prescriptions to drug addicts in his community, including his notable distinction of being one of the top three prescribers of OxyContin in Pennsylvania, something federal authorities continue to investigate.