Wednesday, June 3, 2009

More on the Operation Rescue-Scott Roeder Link

Operation Rescue adviser helped Tiller suspect track doctor's court dates:
When Wichita abortion doctor George Tiller stood trial in March on charges he violated state law in providing late-term abortions, the man now accused of killing him made a point of attending the hearings.

And after Tiller was acquitted on charges that he had failed to properly justify late-term abortions, the suspect, Scott Roeder, told a fellow anti-abortion activist that the whole process was a "sham."


Roeder apparently kept track of the state prosecution against Tiller through a senior member of Operation Rescue, the anti-abortion organization.

The senior member in question, Cheryl Sullenger, served two years for attempting to bomb a family planning clinic back in the late 1980s (the article reports that she's presumably since renounced such violent behavior).

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