(LifeNews) The evidence Monday included testimony from Sam P. Gulino, Philadelphia's chief medical examiner, who described receiving scores of fetuses and baby parts to examine in 2010 after authorities raided Gosnell's clinic.
Gulino described two jars filled with formaldehyde, one holding a left foot and the other a right foot, from the same 22-week fetus.
"It was really an unprecedented situation," Gulino said. "It was the first time I had to deal with fetal remains that had been frozen. All I could do was allow the remains to thaw so that I could examine them."
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