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Abortion foes use eBay to raise funds for doctor's accused killer

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By Judy L. Thomas | Kansas City Star

An Army of God manual. A prison cookbook compiled by a woman doing time for abortion clinic bombings and arsons. An autographed bullhorn.

These are among the items that abortion foes plan to auction on eBay and other Web sites in a fundraiser for Scott Roeder, the Kansas City man charged with killing Wichita abortion doctor George Tiller.

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One abortion-rights leader called the auction deplorable and said it could lead to more violence.

"The network of extremists promoting and defending the murder of doctors is contributing to escalating threats against clinics and doctors across the country," said Kathy Spillar, executive vice president of the Feminist Majority Foundation.

uh yeah
The company would not reveal whether eBay would permit the auction to launch.

"EBay does not allow listings that promote or glorify violence, hate, racial or religious intolerance, or items that encourage, promote, facilitate or instruct others to engage in illegal activity," the company said in a statement.

well then no auction yo
Among items that will go on the auction block, Dinwiddie said, are three drawings she received in the mail Wednesday from Roeder. Two drawings were done by another inmate at his direction, but Roeder autographed all of them.

"They're wonderful pencil art drawings," she said. "They were done in jail."

One is a sketch of David and Goliath.

of course

The man is a nutter and a cold blooded killer. He should fry for murder. The people that support him are disgusting.


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eBay: No auction for suspect in Kan. doc's death

"Based on the details we know about the anticipated listings, we believe these would violate our policy regarding offensive material," eBay said in a statement.

If the items were posted, eBay said it would remove them from the online marketplace site because the company "does not allow listings that promote or glorify violence, hate, racial or religious intolerance.

"We do not allow items that encourage, promote or instruct others to engage in illegal activity and will not be a platform for those who promote violence toward others," the company statement said.

damn straight :)


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