Roeder’s legal “advisor”, ex-wife speak

Right Wing Watch has some audio snippets from last night’s Alan Colmes show, wherein he interviews anti-abortion freak Dave Leach, who  has been assisting Scott Roeder‘s legal defense and sounds like as much of a crazed fetus fetishist as Roeder himself.  In the interview, Leach as much as admits to Colmes that he supports the murder of abortion providers, although he “regrets that’s the only way to stop abortion”.  (Oh well, alrighty then.)  Not surprisingly, he also favours the delusional “justifiable homicide” defense that Roeder is reportedly actually considering using in a real court of law (can you say “Bye-bye, Dickhead”?).

Apart from Leach’s deranged gibberish, the show got even more interesting when Roeder’s ex-wife Lindsey called in.  She stated that she is pro-choice, saying “Women should have a choice with their own body”, but also said that she didn’t feel comfortable or safe admitting it until Roeder was behind bars — even after they were divorced.  She was also not surprised to find out Roeder murdered Dr. Tiller:

She says he was not shocked when she learned her ex-husband was the accused killer of Tiller,  and that he supported the actions of another anti-abortion murderer, Paul Hill.  […]

Lindsey says she wasn’t always pro-choice, but she is now.

Speaking of divorce: not surprisingly, Mrs.Roeder had a bitch of a time getting her ex to make child support payments.  He apparently spent all his money on TV evangelists and saving Teh Unborn.

All together now:

“If you’re pre-born you’re fine, if you’re pre-school, you’re fucked.”

7 Responses to “Roeder’s legal “advisor”, ex-wife speak”

  1. 1 fern hill Wednesday, September 2, 2009 at 2:07 pm

    You unrepentant old groupie, you. Any excuse to post that bit from Saint George.

    Oh. Wait. 😀

    Seriously, every day lately I’ve thought: ‘Ok, that’s it. It cannot get any nuttier down there.’ Then the next day dawns. . .

  2. 2 JJ Wednesday, September 2, 2009 at 5:14 pm

    fern hill – ANY excuse to post that vid! 8)

    They are getting nuttier every day. It’s Obama Derangement Syndrome, it’s driving them all apeshit.

  3. 3 Bina Wednesday, September 2, 2009 at 5:42 pm

    I don’t generally believe in the death penalty; however, if Roeder plans to seriously use that defence, I think it’s only fair to apply “justifiable homicide” as the penalty.

  4. 4 JJ Wednesday, September 2, 2009 at 6:29 pm

    Bina – I’m not a death penalty supporter, primarily because I believe an individual’s life is his/her property, and the state has no right to take it. No matter how heinous an individual is, it’s a slippery slope. Also, the justice system is too flawed and corrupt to have that kind of power — guys like Milgaard and Marshall, both of whom would have gotten the death penalty, turned out to be innocent, and it’s worse in the US.

    Not that I think this scum doesn’t deserve 2 behind the ear… as you say, it would almost be “justifiable homicide”.

  5. 5 Bina Wednesday, September 2, 2009 at 6:44 pm

    True, and that’s why I say I generally don’t believe in it.

    On the other hand, it’s pretty clear that Roeder isn’t gonna walk. He won’t be pleading innocent. He’s proud and admits openly that he did it, and that means he’ll never be a Milgaard, Marshall (RIP!) or Morin.

  6. 6 JJ Thursday, September 3, 2009 at 9:17 am

    Bina – Oh, he’s not walking. Especially if he uses “justifiable homicide” as a defense. I can just see the judge doing a facepalm and a 🙄

  7. 7 Bina Thursday, September 3, 2009 at 8:01 pm

    I can see the judge bring the gavel down and sentence him to life without parole.

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