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5/31    Tiller terrorist was a classic right wing nut - "sovereign citizen,"
        tax protester, Operation Rescue member... I wonder if he had a freep
        account.
        http://www.dailykos.com/storyonly/2009/5/31/737357/--Suspect-Identified-in-Tiller-Assassination
        \_ Operation Rescue is the definition of domestic terrorism.
        \_ http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2262376/posts
           Not OR.
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The Associated Press says the man detained in the Kansas City area is 51-year-old Scott Roeder of Merriam, Kansas, according to Law Enforcement authorities in the area. Roeder has not been formally charged with the killing at this time. Police say he was arrested without incident after a traffic stop. Bleass everyone for attending and praying in May to bring justice to Tiller and the closing of his death camp. Sometime soon, would it be feasible to organize as many people as possible to attend Tillers church (inside, not just outside) to have much more of a presence and possibly ask questions of the Pastor, Deacons, Elders and members while there? Doesn't seem like it would hurt anything but bring more attention to Tiller. bombmaker, tax protester, member of the "sovereignity" movement, anti-abortion zealot and Operation Rescue member: the arrested suspect manages to fit every stereotype of right-wing militia teabagger. No doubt much more information will be forthcoming later; linked to the Montana Freemen: A man identified by the FBI as a member of the anti-government Freemen group was arrested yesterday after deputies found what they called a bomb-triggering device in his car. Roeder was stopped because his car didn't have a legitimate license plate. Instead, it had a tag indicating the driver was a "sovereign" citizen and immune from Kansas law. The same type of tag is sometimes used by Freemen, whose members in Montana are in the fourth week of a standoff with federal agents. Roeder's name is included on an FBI list of Freemen, said Shawnee County Sheriff Dave Meneley. In Roeder's trunk, authorities found fuse cord, a pound of gunpowder and two nine-volt batteries, one wired to a switch - the alleged triggering device. Ammunition and a blasting cap also were found in the car. Charge Tiller (which in the last 30 minutes or so has been taken down), there's this comment, posted on Monday, September 3, 2007, by a Scott Roeder from Kansas, almost certainly the same Scott Roeder alleged to have assassinated Tiller: It seems as though what is happening in Kansas could be compared to the "lawlessness" which is spoken of in the Bible. Tiller is the concentration camp "Mengele" of our day and needs to be stopped before he and those who protect him bring judgement upon our nation. It appears that Roeder decided the he couldn't wait for God to pass judgment, so he assassinated Tiller himself.
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com) -- Scott Roeder, the 51-year-old Kansas man who authorities have detained as the only suspect in the shooting of late-term abortion practitioner George Tiller, may have suffered from mental illness. That's according to his ex-wife, who said in a recent interview that Roeder always held extremist views. Lindsey Roeder, who divorced Roeder in 1996 after 10 years of marriage, told the Topeka Capital-Journal that Roeder had a mental evaluation in the mid 1990s. Although he did not believe he had any mental health issues, "everyone else did," she told the newspaper. "He just felt these were his views," she said of his position supporting the killing of people who kill others, such as abortion practitioners. "He followed the view of an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth." "It scared me," she said of his approach, which has been linked to militia and anti-government groups and attitudes. Meanwhile, Roeder's family released a statement, according to the newspaper, saying. "We are shocked, horrified and filled with sadness at the death of Dr. Tiller and the circumstances surrounding it that may have involved Scott Roeder." The statement confirmed the mental health problems, but said Roeder was otherwise a nice guy. "We know Scott as a kind and loving son, brother and father who suffered from mental illness at various times in his life," it said. "However, none of us ever saw Scott as a person capable of or willing to take another person's life. Our deepest regrets, prayers and sympathy go out to the Tiller family during this terrible time." After serving 16 months in prison following a parole violation after officials found a license plate altered with anti-government slogans and bombmaking materials in his car and home, a Shawnee County District Court judge said Roeder presented a "threat of danger to the public." Law enforcement officials told the Capital Journal newspaper at the time that Roeder was a "loving" but "obsessed" man, but maintained they didn't expect him to actually hurt anyone. Roeder has no links to any legitimate pro-life group other than a couple of postings on a public forum on a pro-life web site. Otherwise, he has never been a volunteer of, staff member of or in any way associated with either national, state or local pro-life groups. View Replies To: wagglebee Scott Roeder, the 51-year-old Kansas man who authorities have detained as the only suspect in the shooting of late-term abortion practitioner George Tiller, may have suffered from mental illness. View Replies To: wagglebee Cui Bono - for whom the benefit? The left and the Obama administration are going to use him as the excuse for a crackdown on free speech and dissent and probably gun ownership on anyone critical of abortion or the socialist agenda. It wouldn't be the first time the left has consumed one of their own to advance their agenda. I mean if they will accept the killing of 60 million unborn babies, what is one old doctor? View Replies To: wagglebee Roeder has no links to any legitimate pro-life group other than a couple of postings on a public forum on a pro-life web site. Otherwise, he has never been a volunteer of, staff member of or in any way associated with either national, state or local pro-life groups. View Replies To: wagglebee This event has all the possibility of a major left wing media coup. a carefully selected judge uttering wise statements blaming "teachers of hate;" his public apology- including statements as to how he has been led astray- perhaps even a redemption just before his scheduled execution. "The Divine One" on television commuting his death sentence after pleas by the decedents friends and/or family. View Replies To: MrB anyone with conservative beliefs is by definition mentally ill and therefore cannot own a firearm. Combine that with 'Liberalism is a mental disorder' and the government can take way all our firearms... legally insane or mentally ill there were people out there who knew he need help and just let him walk around. Yea exist, he should get off on insanity, because no one did anything about his insanity, unless everyone around him is insane too. View Replies To: humblegunner I can only assume that a) you misunderstood that I was referring to a tactic of the left or b) have nothing better to comment about than someone's typing/posting style. legally insane or mentally ill there were people out there who knew he need help and just let him walk around. Existing laws make it extremely tough for concerned family members to get help for other family members that have mental issues and who refuse to cooperate. You can't have someone declared incompetent or insane without due process of law. You can't force them into psychiatric treatment against their will. The law states they have to be an imminent danger to themselves or others, but if they haven't done anything, just mouthing off, you still have no just cause. View Replies To: wagglebee It's because of the bleeding hearts that crazy people aren't in the nut house like they were when I was a kid. Now they just roam around as they please talking to themselves and their imaginary friends. View Replies To: Morgana You ever try to "do" something about a mentally ill person before they hurt someone (or themselves)? The criminal revolving door has got nothing on the mentally ill revolving door. It flings them back out on an unsuspecting public at machine gun velocity. View Replies To: wagglebee They can portray us however they like. They already frame us like right-wing extremists anyway. When the last killing or bombing took place, the pro-life movement was set for a backlash, and it never happened. last Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.