Skip to comments.AP: Man admits killing Kansas abortion doctor
Posted on 11/09/2009 3:06:08 PM PST by cartervt2k
"Because of the fact preborn children's lives were in imminent danger this was the action I chose. ... I want to make sure that the focus is, of course, obviously on the preborn children and the necessity to defend them," Roeder said.
"Defending innocent life that is what prompted me. It is pretty simple," he said.
"No, I don't have any regrets because I have been told so far at least four women have changed their minds, that I know of, and have chosen to have the baby," Roeder said. "So even if one changed her mind it would be worth it. No, I don't have any regrets."
"Violence is not wrong in all situations, so if it takes that then if it is done righteously then, if it's done, it is OK," Roeder has said.
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FWIW, pro-aborts will no doubt continue to chastise this guy. To them, there is no need to consider the possibility that a policy they vociferously advocate is grievously unjust, immoral and violates the Natural Law which enjoins the human race.
This FReeper is happy that death merchant is out of business, however it had to happen. It would be nice if they could postpone the trial long enough so some of the would-be dead babies could testify on Roeder's behalf.
Write the defending attorney. Worth a shot, I think so.
Waiting for the would be dead babies to testify. Nice, never thought of that. :)
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