WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Online auction house eBay said it has begun taking down several items of anti-abortion memorabilia posted to raise funds for the man accused of killing a Kansas abortion doctor.
The company said Monday the items violated its listing policies. Some of the more obscure items were still posted early Monday. One is a worn Bible once owned by Shelley Shannon, the Oregon woman who shot and wounded Dr. George Tiller in 1993 and was later convicted in a series of abortion clinic arsons and bombings.
The other is a signed Catechism written by Ohio anti-abortion activist Michael Bray after a court judgment against him.
Scott Roeder is charged in the May 31 shooting of Tiller at a Wichita church he attended. He goes to trial in January.