Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Interview with a Baby Killer

Bill O'Reilly finally tracked down the slippery George, Killer Tiller at a gas station in Witchita, and his reporter attempted to interview him for the show. Here's the video.

Nothing of intereset was said by Tiller, and it struck me how Tiller called 911 in an attempt to play the victim, saying, "Bill O'Reilly's people are accosting me, and they won't let me get into my car". The reporter quickly countered, saying, "you can get into your car".
It was not clear whether access was ever blocked, but Tiller seems to feel that he is entitled to absolute anonymity while he shamelessly breaks the laws of Kansas.
" Kansas law prohibits abortions after 21 weeks gestation unless the mother's life is in danger or the pregnancy will result in a "substantial and irreversible impairment of a major bodily function." This has been interpreted to include mental health excuses."
Nationally noted psychiatrist Dr. Paul McHugh, who was contracted by former Attorney General Phill Kline to examine redacted medical records obtained through subpoena from Tiller's abortion mill and render an expert opinion about the validity of the psychiatric diagnoses used by Tiller to justify post-viability abortions."
Dr. McHugh stirred controversy when he stated in an interview arranged by Women Influencing the Nation that he did not find anything in the abortion records that he reviewed to medically justify late-term abortions for psychiatric or mental health reasons.
After release of a shortened version of the 44-minute interview, Attorney General Paul Morrison, an abortion supporter, issued a 3-page letter to Dr. McHugh threatening him with arrest and/or lawsuit if he did not immediately stop talking about his professional findings with Operation Rescue, the media, and others"
source: Operation Rescue

Tillers medical records were released through the intervention of the Kansas State Legislature, since Attorney General Paul Morrison won his recent election on a platform of refusing to request the records. Why he was elected while promising NOT to uphold the laws of Kansas, is unbelievable to me, and I live in New York!

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