A ruling Friday finds conversations between Angel Dillard and Scott Roeder are confidential because Dillard was acting as a minister to Roeder in prison.
Papers filed in court by the U.S. Department of Justice reveal that a Kansas county jail inmate has asserted that Angel Dillard, a known anti-choice domestic terrorist, asked him last year to firebomb the home of Dr. Mila Means.
Complaints, pickets, frivolous lawsuits, none of those can stop Trust Women from reopening the clinic closed since Dr. George Tiller’s murder.
It’s been three years since abortions have been available in Wichita, but that may change within a few months.
Dillard’s plea to have a judge decide her case directly has been rejected.
The planned memorial is the latest fleeting desperate attempt at notoriety for a couple of washed up anti-choice terrorists in a town with no one left to terrorize. And yet, it could serve as a terrorist training ground for spreading extremism.
If “God told me to do it” is now a defense, there’s going to be a lot of anti-choice terrorists using it.
A brief profile of Kansas Dr. Mila Means and the local abortion situation leaves much to be desired.
Forty Days of Harassment Claims Success; Planned Parenthood of the Heartland expanding; woman who threatened Kansas abortion provider says it wasn’t a “true threat.”
Even after agreeing not to do abortions in Witchita, Dr. Mila Means is being threatened with violence.