by Kim Hynes (WICHITA, Kan.)
The US Department of Homeland Security recently issued a report labeling some abortion opponents as extremists, who operate on hatred and fear. Abortion is just one of the many issues pointed out in the report.
The report generated a lot of outrage among anti-abortion groups. But since the shooting of abortion Dr. George Tiller, some wonder if more emphasis should be put on extreme abortion opponents.
"He was determined that if the abortion doctor killed the baby then he didn't have any right to live either, it was justifiable," said Scott Roeder's ex-wife Lindsey. She says her
ex-husband's views were so extreme, she knew he was capable of murder. "I think I knew that if he snapped, if he went that far, that he could actually do it," she said.