|Courtroom drawing by Jane Rosenberg|
The jury is to begin considering the case on Tuesday.Closing arguments heard Monday were full of passionate and loud assertions by both sides of the case.
McMahon claimed his client has been the subject of a "racist" prosecution -- adding that "never has the presumption of innocence been stomped on, trampled on, like in this case."McMahon argued every baby died in the womb after the drug Digoxin was injected to stop the fetus' heart.
But prosecutor Ed Cameron called Gosnell's operation an assembly line where a stream of poor, mostly minority women and teens endured hours of painful labor and delivery because Gosnell did not successfully abort babies in utero. He instead killed them with scissors after they were born, authorities said.