Suspect in US doctor's death warns of more violence

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June 7, 2009 21:03

 
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The man charged in the shooting death of abortion provider Dr. George Tiller warned Sunday that more violence is possible. 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. Tiller, whose Wichita clinic was among only a few in the US performing third-trimester abortions, was shot while serving as an usher at the Lutheran church he attended. "I know there are many other similar events planned around the country as long as abortion remains legal," Roeder said but would not elaborate.

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