(PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER) For eight weeks, they endured some of the most graphic images and gruesome testimony ever aired in a Philadelphia courtroom.
Then they spent nine days behind closed doors, poring over evidence from hundreds of abortions and debating if Kermit Gosnell was a murderer or a martyr.
When they were finally discharged Wednesday, the jurors who convicted him said they were spent but relieved - and were certain their verdicts were sound. More than anything, the foreman said, the jury became convinced that Gosnell knew he was killing babies at his West Philadelphia clinic, but didn't care.
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