My point is that we should not put aside the legal issue of murder in a discussion relating to the sanctity of life. We should not in our words or our actions suggest that murder is an acceptable means of achieving political ends (and this is a political end, since another "doctor" is taking over that grim practice). The killer deserves life without parole or death under the law; that's all that is worth commenting on in this situation.
I understand and respect your opinion, but I must be honest about this. In a thread some time ago I said that I do not value the lives of people who torture dogs. To me the lives of those people are worth zero. Likewise, Tiller’s life is worthless to me because of his actions. From a practical standpoint, this means I won’t join in condemning the guy who made him go away.