Sunday, May 31, 2009

Controversial Abortion Doctor, George "The Baby Killer" Tiller, Gunned Down, Murdered In His Church (Video)

***UPDATE*** President Obama issued the following statement about Dr. George Tiller's murder:


"I am shocked and outraged by the murder of Dr. George Tiller as he attended church services this morning. However profound our differences as Americans over difficult issues such as abortion, they cannot be resolved by heinous acts of violence."

Tiller is far from a saint, however, a member of the radical religious right has once again gone way too far over the abortion debate.

Think about it; so called "right to lifer" murders someone?

According to Kansas law, thanks in part to former Governor and current HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Tiller did nothing illegal. This is not the first time Tiller has been shot either! This radical, anti-abortion wing must end its violence towards doctors who perform abortions. Everyone is entitled to his/her opinion but one fact is clear; abortion remains legal in this country, whether you like it or not. I'm not advocating for or against it. Personally, I am pro-life, but I respect the rule of law.



O'Reilly talks to a woman who had an abortion performed on her at the age of 13 by Dr. Tiller.



Gateway Pundit has all the horrible, disturbing facts about the man arrested.

Fox News reports:


Late-term abortion doctor George Tiller, a prominent advocate for abortion rights wounded by a protester more than a decade ago, was shot and killed Sunday at his church in Wichita, his attorney said.

A Wichita city official, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk publicly about the case, said a suspect was taken into custody later Sunday. The official would not provide additional details. Earlier, police had said they
were looking for a gunman who fled in a 1993 light blue Ford Taurus registered in the Kansas City suburb of Merriam, Kan.

Attorney Dan Monnat said Tiller, 67, was shot as he served as an usher during morning services at Reformation Lutheran Church. Monnat said Tiller's wife, Jeanne, was in the choir at the time of the shooting.


Tiller's wife Jeanne, his four children and ten grandchildren issued the following statement:


"Today we mourn the loss of our husband, father and grandfather. Today's event is an unspeakable tragedy for all of us and for George's friends and patients. This is particularly heart wrenching because George was shot down in his house of worship, a place of peace.

We would like to express the family's thanks for the many messages of sympathy from our friends and from all across the nation. We also want to thank the law enforcement officers who are investigating this crime.

Our loss is also a loss for the City of Wichita and women across America. George dedicated his life to providing women with high-quality heath care despite frequent threats and violence. We ask that he be remembered as a good husband, father and grandfather and a dedicated servant on behalf of the rights of women everywhere."


Related: Michael Steele calls for the resignation of HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and says she has not been forthcoming about her ties to George Tiller.

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2 comments:

  1. Obama said, "However profound our differences as Americans over difficult issues such as abortion, they cannot be resolved by heinous acts of violence." --If Obama only cared that much about the countless babies who died at the hands of that abortionist...

    A family member said, "Today we mourn the loss of our husband, father and grandfather. Today's event is an unspeakable tragedy for all of us and for George's friends and patients. This is particularly heart wrenching because George was shot down in his house of worship, a place of peace." Wow, how about the wombs that all of those babies were in? The womb is supposed to be a safe place of peace for a baby. But that monster would intrude and kill each one of them, with no remorse.

    And I do not feel sorry for a family who loved a murderer. And I sure do NOT feel sorry for a church that had no problem allowing a murderer to attend.

    Debra J.M. Smith
    of
    www.InformingChristians.com

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  2. Though I in no way think that murdering Dr George Tiller was right, at least he won't be able to murder any more babies.

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