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  • [Scott Roeder] Not A Lone Wolf: Did He Act Alone? (Spew Warning!)

    06/19/2010 3:17:11 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 13 replies · 660+ views
    Ms. Magazine ^ | Spring 2010 Issue | Amanda Robb
    AS SOON AS SCOTT ROEDER WAS NAMED THE SOLE SUSPECT IN THE point-blank shooting death of Wichita, Kan., abortion provider Dr. George Tiller in the vestibule of the Reformation Lutheran Church Tiller attended, a predictable story began to be told. Following the lead of a recent Department of Homeland Security report characterizing right-wing terrorists as lone wolves, the Los Angeles Times, CNN, ABC, NBC and FOX News all ran stories calling Roeder a “lone wolf” gunman. It is the oldest, possibly most dangerous abortion story out there. August 13, 1994, The Washington Post: “Many anti-abortion leaders have… denounced Paul Hill...
  • I shot US abortion doctor to protect children, Scott Roeder tells court

    01/28/2010 12:16:12 PM PST · by Ben Mugged · 420 replies · 3,643+ views
    Guardian ^ | 28 January 2010 | Ed Pilkington
    A self-proclaimed born-again Christian who believes all abortions are a sin told his trial for murder today that he shot dead an abortion doctor in Wichita, Kansas, to protect unborn children. Scott Roeder said he had bought a .22-calibre Taurus gun and ammunition on 30 May 2009, the day before he shot George Tiller, and practised target shooting with his brother. Then he checked into a motel in Wichita, and the next day followed Tiller to the church in the town where the doctor was an usher. His defence lawyer asked: "Did you go and shoot Dr Tiller?" Roeder replied:...
  • 'Necessity' Defense In Abortion Doctor Killing?

    11/23/2009 1:09:37 PM PST · by Steelfish · 30 replies · 854+ views
    AP Report ^ | November 23, 2009
    'Necessity' Defense In Abortion Doctor Killing? Attorney for accused killer doctor doesn't close door to strategy WICHITA, Kan. - Seemingly contradicting his own public statements, an attorney for the man accused of gunning down a Kansas abortion provider has argued in court documents that his client has an "absolute right" to present a defense that argues the killing was justified to stop abortion. A defense motion made public Monday seeks to thwart prosecutors' efforts to ban the so-called necessity defense from Scott Roeder's murder and aggravated assault trial. A hearing on the issue is set for Dec. 22. "For the...