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I've already blogged about the anti-abortion, domestic terrorism groups in the United States and how terrorist acts by those groups are defended by a radical minority of devoutly religious evangelicals, and a handful of media jihadist-apologists.
Scott Roeder, the domestic terrorist, after years of domestic terrorist activity, pre-meditatively stalked, then assassinated Dr. Tiller in Kansas, all for political reasons,....and is now giving interviews to American media.....from his jail cell.
I find this nothing short of unbelievable.
He told the AP he refused to talk to investigators when he was arrested, and has made no statements to police since then.
"I just told them I needed to talk to my lawyer," Roeder said.
Amazingly, a domestic terrorist, a member of a dangerous 'sleeper cell' of American jihadists, has been given ample time and opportunity, FROM HIS JAIL CELL, to spread his jhadist message through eager American media channels.
In two separate calls to AP on Sunday morning, Roeder was far more talkative about his treatment at the Sedgwick County jail, complaining about "deplorable conditions in solitary" where he was kept during his first three days there.
The AP willingly became a co-conspirator in the anti-abortion jihad against American women and their reproductive doctors by giving Roeder a platform from which he could send out possibly coded messages to other American jihadists in other sleeper cells. Isn't the AP aiding and abetting the American domestic terrorism movement?
Why does the AP hate American women and their reproductive doctors? Is it because of our freedoms?
The AP assists the terrorist, Roeder, by helping him spread his message of terror to other abortion providers and women considering having a legal abortion.
"I know there are many other similar events planned around the country as long as abortion remains legal," Roeder said. He would not elaborate.
When the middle-eastern teevee network, al-Jazeera, did something similar to the AP, giving a platform to Islamic terrorists......this is what happened....
The station first gained widespread attention in the West following the September 11, 2001 attacks, when it broadcast videos in which Osama bin Laden and Sulaiman Abu Ghaith defended and justified the attacks. This led to significant controversy and accusations by the United States government that Al Jazeera was engaging in propaganda on behalf of terrorists. Al Jazeera countered that it was merely making information available without comment, and indeed several western television channels later followed suit in broadcasting portions of the tapes.
On November 13, during the US invasion of Afghanistan, 2001, a U.S. missile strike destroyed Al Jazeera's office in Kabul.
Should President Obama order a missile strike on the Associated Press?
Yesterday, American jihad teevee member, CNN, helped American terrorist, Scott Roeder, spread his twisted and hateful message....
"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.""
Though Roeder won't speak to legal authorities, CNN, in a symbol of solidarity with Roeder's cause, gave ample soapbox time to the jailed terrorist to explain his motive...
Roeder "said if he is convicted in Tiller's slaying, "the entire motive was the defense of the unborn.""
When CNN, the American jihadist network, told Roeder about the closing of the abortion clinic run by the man Roeder assassinated, CNN dutifully recorded the American jihaist's message of propaganda....
"Roeder said the closure would mean "no more slicing and dicing of the unborn child in the mother's womb and no more needles of poison into the baby's heart to stop the heart from beating, and no more partial-birth abortions.""
I must give credit to CNN for also including this from the lawyer of the assassinated Dr. Tiller.....
"I am content to let law enforcement determine whether anything he says merits attention. I do not encourage anyone else to give Mr. Roeder or his extremist views any additional attention as he awaits trial," Monnat wrote.
Must have been CNN's idea of "balance". CNN, of course, completely disregarded the "additional attention" part, choosing instead to not only give additional attention to an American jihadist, but other like-minded domestic terrorist-cell leaders, as well....
Troy Newman, the president of one of those organizations, Operation Rescue, said in a statement on the group's Web site Tuesday that his group is "thankful that Tiller's clinic will not reopen and thankful that Wichita is now abortion-free." But he added, "This is a bittersweet moment for us at Operation Rescue. We have worked very hard for this day, but we wish it would have come through the peaceful, legal channels we were pursuing."
As you read the following, ask yourself this question.....if the jailed jihadist was a Muslim extremist, like, say, Zawahiri, instead of an American abortion-terrorist, would CNN's behavior be acceptable or even permitted?
Roeder met with (CNN's Ted) Rowlands for a half-hour Tuesday, talking on a phone through security glass at the Sedgwick County jail where he is being held. He initially was reluctant to talk, as he said he had been misquoted in another interview. But he gradually opened up, noting that he was giving the interview against the advice of his defense attorney.
Roeder told CNN he is "feeling good," and getting encouraging letters from people around the country, many of whom he does not know.
And shouldn't those "letters" be confiscated, declared to be of "national security" concern, and the authors tracked down as terrorist sympathizers?