The man charged with killing abortion provider Dr. George Tiller claimed Sunday that more violence is possible while the medical procedure is allowed to continue, giving his warning in calls that also focused on complaints about his treatment in jail.
Scott Roeder, being held on charges of first-degree murder and aggravated assault in Tiller’s killing one week ago, called The Associated Press from the Sedgwick County jail. [...]
“I know there are many other similar events planned around the country as long as abortion remains legal,” Roeder said.
He would not elaborate.
Well, we have ways of making terrorists like this talk, right?
Because the guy is obviously a domestic terrorist, makes no apologies for it and claims more killings will happen. Isn’t this exactly the type of ticking bomb scenario situation that many claim enhanced interrogation tactics can address?
So let’s get this thing done before more innocent people die!
Quick! The clock is ticking!!!
And regarding those complaints about his treatment in jail…
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.
Roeder said it was freezing in his cell. “I started having a bad cough. I thought I was going to have pneumonia,” he said.
He said he called AP because he wanted to emphasize the conditions in the jail so that in the future suspects would not have to endure the same conditions.
Roeder also said also wanted the public to know he has been denied phone privileges for the past two days, and needed his sleep apnea machine.
This whole situation is ironic for so many reasons.
More as it develops…
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