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Washington (AFP) – A suspected shooter reportedly spoke of “no more baby parts” after his arrest following a five-hour siege of a family planning clinic in Colorado Springs that left three people dead, including a police officer.
Details began to emerge Saturday about what may have driven the suspect, Robert Lewis Dear, 57, to enter the Planned Parenthood clinic with a high-powered rifle on Friday and fire on police and civilians outside the building.
The clinic performs abortions — a highly emotive and divisive issue in America.
NBC News, citing two law enforcement officials, said that when questioned after his arrest Dear mentioned “no more baby parts” in reference to Planned Parenthood.
The agency came under intense scrutiny earlier this year over videos purportedly showing that it was involved in trafficking fetal organs and tissue — allegations that it has vehemently denied.
Dear also mentioned President Barack Obama, so the sources told NBC that it was unclear whether he targeted the clinic because of abortions.
I hadn’t posted anything on this supposed “Planned Parenthood” attack because I was hoping to hear the truth of what happened. From the outset, the media had already begun to spin it as an attack on Planned Parenthood, which we still don’t know if that is the case or not. It is exceptionally convenient that at a time when Planned Parenthood has been exposed as the baby body part farming institution that it has been for years and has lost support from even many pro-choice circles, that this should happen, thereby manipulating the emotions of the public back in support of the human slaughterhouses. The hypocrisy is astounding, that people should cry out in horror over 3 people being killed in the shooting, when the clinic itself likely performs more murders than that daily in abortions. That is not to say that I do not feel for the families of those that were killed, or that I in some way support the shooter. But this all seems really convenient…especially after the morally bankrupt Planned Parenthood leadership just announced the other day that they would be spending $20 million to influence the American public during the upcoming presidential campaigns. What else are they spending money on? – OP