Skip to comments.Jury Finds Man Guilty of Murder in Kansas Abortion Providerís Death
Posted on 01/29/2010 9:49:10 AM PST by FutureRocketMan
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If Roeder was willing to give his life, why did he flee the scene of the crime?
And if he was willing to give his life, why did he plead Not Guilty?
That’s what I thought. You clearly said that he needed to ‘pay the piper’ for what he did by being found not guilty and walking free.
NOPE that is the problem. The facts don't seem to make a difference in Kansas.
Thousands of kids butchered by Tiller's abattoirs
Politicians bought and paid for by Tiller's operatives
Kansans willingness to show indifference to slaughter of innocents.
I fear for this nation's inability to repent.
So if the abortionist habitually killed babies post-partum insted of pre-partum, killing the killer would still be murder?
“We just attended a funeral for a family friend that went “a little crazy” because his daughter went against his wishes (decades ago) and ended the life of her child through abortion.”
I will immediately commit suicide if anyone in my family goes in for an abortion. If my own child does it...oh that’s right...I will NEVER bring a child into a world infected by leftist demons.
Tell us how your reasoning would apply in this ongoing case:
“The two women, Patricia Imani and Brianna Herrera, admit that they lay in the offramp from Interstate 5 in an effort to block the Strykers.
Both women said they should be found not guilty because they had to protest and although it was illegal, it prevented a greater harm.
We have an obligation to resist, not just a right to resist. That is what these protests have been about since we started to do the human blockades against the Strykers, Imani said.”
How are you different than these two women? I can’t see anny difference.
It was not personal. I really was making a point about that first part of your posted text; that hypotheticals (that are not equivelent) used to rationalize this type of crime are unhealthy. They are more common than this specific comment.
You did say the killing was wrong at the end.
Gee, since I’m not the one who wrote the laws making abortion legal, I would say you’re asking the wrong person.
Want to name names? I'll reproach them for it personally.
Yes, sadly it would, because we have an imperfect justice system. God will judge Roeder.
Tiller would have been retired, or sitting safely in a minimum security prison, if the politicians and prosecutors had not been crooked.
Probably fled the scene to avoid being shred to pieces by the vampires in that sorry excuse for a church. They were willing to allow a seriel killer in their pews...makes sense that they would rip to shreds the man who took out Killer Tiller.
AS for pleading not guilty-—he is still NOT guilty.
It was legal to kill Jewish children in 1945 if I recall. Screw the liberals and their worthless laws.
I read the story at CNN, before that thread was wiped, and they said that voluntary manslaughter was still an option. But this judge seems to have wiped out all of the options.
The Kansas jury not only made the right call, but the only possible call.
However, if you wish, you can petition the State of Kansas to legalize the murder of all those whose work includes providing abortion.
Therefore, people will be free to murder doctors who perform first trimester abortions, doctors who implant IUD’s, doctors who prescribe abortion pills and pharmacists who dispense abortion pills.
And you may even want to legalize the murder of women who may in the future have an abortion.
He didn’t murder Tiller. He just performed a very merciful, and very late-term abortion.
The facts include:
Roeder premeditated the murder.
Roeder carried out the premeditated murder.
Bring whatever other facts you want into play ... they don’t change the 2 facts above.
I completely agree here, and with the rest of your post. I also find it abhorrant that Obozo voted against an Ill. law that would have required that doctors provide for the medical needs of an infant following a botched abortion - that is, when they screwed the abortion up such that the infant was born alive. Apparently in Chicago, as some hospital, this occurred a number of times while Obozo was a State Senator. A bill came to the legislature that, if passed, would require doctors to render medical aid to these infants. The bill was written to address the fact that the infants from these attempted abortions were just tossed to the side and allowed to expire with no attempt to save them. Obozo voted against this bill. What a schmuck.
Everyone who honors the sanctity of life should be on record as opposing what this man did, no matter how heinous the doctor's deeds were.
“Probably fled the scene to avoid being shred to pieces by the vampires in that sorry excuse for a church.”
If that were the case, he should have fled the church and went directly to a police station where he could be put in protective custody. However, Roeder elected not to go to the police but to instead become a fugitive.
And if you actually believe that Roeder is Not Guilty you are free to express your opinion to the Parole Board in 25 years.