Hmm, still sounds pretty iffy, if you read the AP's story. Roeder, accused of murdering abortion provider Dr. George Tiller, has been talking to a prominent defense attorney who's represented others accused of attacking doctors and clinics. Michael Hirsh has said justifiable homicide should be a possible defense in these kinds of cases.
Among the topics: The Old Testament, their Hebrew roots and the “secret societies” attempting to control government and culture.
In this July 28, 2009 file photo, Scott Roeder speaks with his attorney Mark Rudy during Roeder's preliminary hearing in court in Wichita, Kan. Roeder, 51, is charged in the death of Dr. George Tiller. (AP Photo/Jaime Oppenheimer, Pool)