WICHITA, Kansas (CNN) -- An anti-abortion activist suspected in the death of Kansas doctor George Tiller told CNN on Tuesday the closing of Tiller's women's clinic is "a victory for all the unborn children."
Scott Roeder, charged in the death of Dr. George Tiller, spoke to CNN on Tuesday.
Scott Roeder, 51, would not admit to CNN's Ted Rowlands that he killed Tiller, who was gunned down at his church May 31.
But he said if he is convicted in Tiller's slaying, "the entire motive was the defense of the unborn."
CNN goes on to state that prominent pro-life groups condemn the killing, how nice of them to state that unequivocally without any mention of the winking gestures and change in pitch in their voices whenever they "condemn" the killing.
Frankly, I hope Scott Roeder keeps on opening his mouth, with a bit of luck maybe he'll incriminate a few of his friends in the near future.
The most sickening part of the CNN article for me though is the apparent outpouring of public support from the pro-life movement for this domestic terrorist :
He told CNN he is "feeling good," and getting encouraging letters from people around the country, many of whom he does not know. But he complained about conditions in the jail, saying he doesn't like being in solitary confinement and that the jail is "freezing."
Roeder's former roommate, Eddie Ebecher, has told CNN Roeder was "obsessed" with Tiller and in the past had debated whether to kill him. Associates have told CNN that Roeder was a regular among the protesters that routinely gathered at Tiller's clinic.
Encouraging letters from around the country ? Seriously that is disgusting that an American can think it is appropriate to write a letter of support to a domestic terrorist. I sure hope the DOJ is checking these letters, but of course, thats a bit too much isn't it ?