Planned Parenthood Killer: ?I Am A Warrior For The Babies?

10 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Alleged Planned Parenthood Gunman Says He’s Guilty in First Court Appearance Since Deadly Shooting.

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. The accused Colorado Planned Parenthood shooter yelled “I am a warrior for the babies” during an outburst as charges against him were read in court., the man accused of killing three people inside a Planned Parenthood in Colorado last month, yelled in court Wednesday that he is guilty, according to multiple reports.

The 57-year-old alleged mass shooter will face 179 charges related to last month’s shooting at the Colorado Springs clinic that left three dead and nine wounded. Bearded, unkempt and cuffed at the wrists and ankles, Dear repeatedly disrupted the hourlong hearing, interrupting his public defender, Daniel King, and objecting to King’s attempts to limit publicity in the case.

King — who represented Colorado theater shooter James Holmes — has asked the judge to impose a gag order on participants in the Planned Parenthood case before a trial. “You’ll never know what I saw in that clinic. Martinez moved to discuss a pretrial publicity order, according to The Times Dear yelled: “Could you add the babies that were supposed to be aborted that day? King did not address the outbursts but raised doubts about whether Dear is competent to stand trial, saying defense attorneys wanted investigators to turn over evidence as soon as possible so they could assess the “depth of his mental illness.” “Do you know who this lawyer is?” Dear then exclaimed of King. “He’s the lawyer for the Batman shooter.

And a law enforcement official said this week that the gunman asked at least one person in a nearby shopping centre for directions to the clinic before opening fire. And that’s what they want to do to me.” Holmes was on anti-psychotic medication during his trial this year in the 2012 shootings that killed 12 people and wounded 70.

One of his three ex-wives, Barbara Mescher Micheau of South Carolina, said he vandalised a South Carolina abortion clinic at least 20 years earlier, announcing to her that he had put glue in the locks of its doors, a common protest technique among activists trying to shut down abortion clinics. Killed in the attack were Garrett Swasey, 44, a University of Colorado-Colorado Springs officer who rushed to the scene; Ke’Arre Stewart, 29, an Iraq war veteran who was accompanying someone at the clinic; and Jennifer Markovsky, 35, who also accompanied a friend at the clinic.

Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers said that responding officers rescued 24 people from inside the clinic building and helped remove 300 people from surrounding businesses where they had been hiding while the shooting unfolded.

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