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Here we get out there would be OK here we -- Present it as we have okay murder in the first agreed baby a guilty.
Of murder in the first degree baby seat guilty.
Murder in the first degree a baby -- guilty.
Of murder of the first degree of baby.
Eat not guilty.
And also murder in the third degree of the adult patient -- and my -- monger the one who allegedly died of a drug overdose.
Not guilty on third degree murder but there is guilty charge it involuntary manslaughter and -- you know that appears by my count.
And by -- is hard work and hustle out here.
That's three guilty verdicts on the first degree murder charges of three of those babies the jury must have found of believes that there were accurate signs of life they are convinced beyond a reasonable doubt and it got to be unanimous on as.
That there were first degree -- that's the first to -- murder charge in three of these babies cases.
Are guilty and so essentially what that means is this jury now will go into a sentencing phase will doubt they will make a recommendation.
To the judge to ultimately decide.
But the choice is there -- first degree murder our life in prison.
-- the death penalty.
So there are now three of those first degree murder convictions and guilty on those three counts.
There are scores more on this sheets but of course those the most prominent and those could be -- for death now for -- -- now Chad.
There is breaking news now on Fox News Channel guilty murder in the first degree on four counts.
Doctor Kermit -- -- murdered for living babies inside his abortion clinic.
And he is received for.
Counts of -- murder in the first degree.
Guilty on those for -- I know -- was in the courtroom if you could set her up we'd like to speak with her in just a moment about what went down in their first.
To judge in -- -- -- -- judge what does this mean.
Well this means that the and the defense argument that this was -- system that this was overplayed that this was set that this was elitist was rejected by the jury.
And the government presented adequate evidence to persuade a jury beyond a reasonable doubt that these babies were born alive.
And then knowingly and intentionally killed by this doctor if I -- there -- three.
Guilty verdicts on the killing of the babies there -- one not guilty verdict on the allegation of killing about fourth baby.
And there's a verdict that involuntary manslaughter on them were on the murder of one of the babies what that means is bottom line.
Three life sentences.
At the minimum.
And he still would be exposed it to the death penalty the jury will start a new trial whenever this judge decides to do -- it could be as soon as tomorrow.
In which the government will present evidence of why he should be executed and the defense will present evidence of why should get life in prison and then the jury will make that determination and thoughts Rebecca.
You know I am.
Completely I'm not shocked let me say I'm not shocked.
Three guilty verdicts for three victim children that.
Were alleged to have been born and then killed the jury believed that they sought evidence they heard science.
They heard from people who are in that room that those babies were alive and apparently beyond a reasonable doubt.
They found he was guilty of intentionally killing those three little babies they were babies because they were born to --
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