Monday, June 8, 2009

Abortion Doctor Murderer Roeder says More Murders and Violence Coming as long as Abortion remains Legal!

Abortion Doctor Murderer Scott Roeder called the Associated Press (AP) twice yesterday (Sunday) and told them that more murders and violence are being planned around the country as long as abortion procedures (Roe v Wade) remain legal. The FBI is taking his threats seriously. They have also launched an investigation into identifying his accomplices. On Friday, the Justice Department opened an investigation into whether Roeder, who had enough money to stalk Tiller for years despite having little or no income, had help from ANTI Abortion Group accomplices. Anyone who played a role in the killing will be prosecuted "to the full extent of federal law," said Loretta King, head of the Justice Department's civil rights division.
Roeder went on to complain to the AP about his detention center being cold and how he didn't like the conditions. Sedgwick County Sheriff Robert Hinshaw said that Roeder is receiving appropriate medical treatment and is being treated the same as every other inmate. "It is after all a jail, but a modern state-of-the-art facility with professional staff," Hinshaw said.

What I find the most deplorable about Roeder is the fact he is a home-grown domestic terrorist. He did not get kidnapped or held hostage by foreign terrorists outside of the United States. Roeder's roots are with the U.S. ANTI Abortion groups and there are many extremist Americans with similar mindsets as Roeder's. He didn't have to go anywhere to be brainwashed. He was brainwashed right here in Heartland America. That is what makes him and people like him more dangerous. Consider the boy next door Timothy McVeigh. He murdered 168 people, primarily women and children.

Based on Roeder's phone calls, he does NOT think he did anything wrong when he murdered Dr. Tiller. Roeder does not think murdering other doctors or Pro Choice supporters is wrong. He has no remorse for the murder. Neither do many of the ANTI Abortion commenters on these articles. For some reason, they attempt to rationalize this murder. Additionally, Michelle Malkin and other extreme right wing pundits are attempting to spin any articles about Roeder portraying the media as PRO Choice, even though it is Roeder himself that is constantly contacting the media.

My take on this is, I don't think terrorists, whether domestic or international, should be treated differently. They are both culpable for their crimes. They should both be punished to the fullest extent of the law. This type of violence is unacceptable.
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5 comments:

The Arizonian said...

What I find interesting is that the doctor was called a 'late-term abortion doctor', by your own blog none the less. Roe V. Wade even said first 3 months (first trimester). If effect, unless otherwise stated by law, the doctor would be violating a judges ruling. NOT that it warrants unjustified murder by the defendant.

Dee said...

What concerns me above all is this nut was provided funds/weapons by someone or some group to stalk this doctor and kill him. What concerns me most is the support network for these violent, murderous nuts. NONE of them have remorse for their violence/murders. They are so-called upstanding members of the community and they are lying in wait, as the guy/gal next door, waiting to murder again.

The Arizonian said...

What do think is going to happen when the government gets more restrictive on it's people? Even the birth of this country came about because the people here got sick of all the taxes and oppression.

The cycle seems to be repeating. These people you are referring to are falling into the same trap that many suicide bombers fall into as well: They're stressed, overtaxed, and feel as though everything is against them. They're desperate. Then someone steps in and suggest that X is the reason for their problems..... 'X must be eliminated'.....

Dee said...

I agree with you AZ.
SOMEONE steps in and advocates eradication of their enemies.

In the Middle East, that someone is Al Qaeda or other radical group that supports eradication of their enemies.

In America, the someones are the shock jocks and extremists that support eradication of their enemies.

All I am saying is, Free Speech extend as far as not to infringe on someone else's Freedoms.

We cannot feel sorry or expect less punishment for those that murder just because they look like nice Americans or just because they murder someone we also don't like. We should also NOT allow the perpetrators of hate and violence to abuse our Freedom of Speech.

The Arizonian said...

But by limiting what people can say (factually or opinions) you do not have free speech, you have authorised speech.

"You have not converted a man because you have silenced him."
John Morley

"Books won't stay banned. They won't burn. Ideas won't go to jail. In the long run of history, the censor and the inquisitor have always lost. The only sure weapon against bad ideas is better ideas."
Alfred Whitney
Essays on Education

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