Dr. Tiller's Assassin Asks For Bail
Scott Roeder, the man charged with first-degree murder in the assassination of Dr. George Tiller wants a judge to set bail:
In a motion filed Wednesday in Sedgwick County District Court, public defender Steve Osburn cited Kansas law saying bond should be granted for defendants charged with non-capital crimes.
A hearing on the defense motion is scheduled Friday.
So many clinic locks to tamper with, so little time.
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