The Daily Mail, in what it says is an exclusive to them, has learned that Hollywood megastar Will Smith was brought into this world by, of all people, nightmare abortion “doctor” Kermit Gosnell.
Gosnell is currently serving a life sentence for the murder of three babies at his abortion clinic, as well as for the death of a woman who expired during the course of one of his abortion procedures. He was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in connection with her death.
Stunningly, it appears that Gosnell is trying to use his “connection” to the actor in an effort to convince Smith to assist him in trying to win back his freedom. According to Phelim McAleer, co-author (with Ann McElhinney) of the recently-released book Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer, Gosnell passed along for the authors’ review the letter he sent to Smith.
In the missive, Gosnell says at the end of the first paragraph that “I’m fond of asserting that there could never be a Men in Black if I had dropped you on your head.”
(An aside: Given what we know now of Gosnell, had he, in fact, dropped the newborn Smith on his head, that would still have been far kinder treatment than that received by many of the doomed babies who had the misfortune to cross paths with this monster.)
In the letter, Gosnell references Smith’s consideration of a possible political career as the basis for reaching out to the actor, and says “that my experiences with prosecutorial misconduct, misrepresentation by even paid attorneys and the ‘frailties and inadequacies’ of the Criminal Justice System are common to many, many inmates.”
McAleer reportedly told the Daily Mail that Gosnell believes he was “railroaded” by prosecutors who were of the Roman Catholic faith, and that they were motivated not by adherence to the law, but by the tenets of Catholicism.
Not surprisingly, Gosnell has not heard from Smith on the letter. Additionally, according to the Daily Mail, although the media outlet reached out to Smith’s representative seeking comment, they’ve yet to hear back.
By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large