1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision legalized abortion.  “Roe” was actually Norma McCorvey, who made a deathbed confession in 2017, broadcast on the FX network May 22, 2020. 

Plaintiff in Roe v. Wade U.S. abortion case says she was paid to switch sides May 19, 2020 Reuters Jill Serjeant

Anti-Abortion ExtremistsNAF

Army of God (AOG)

  • 1982: The Army of God (AOG) Anti-Abortion Christian Terrorist organization kidnapped an abortion-performing doctor, Hector Zevallos and his wife, and held them hostage for 8 days, members involved included the AOG leader, Lutheran minister Michael Bray, Thomas Spinks, and Kenneth Shields.
  • “White Rose” annual banquets hosted by Michael Bray & Buffalo, NY, Roe v. Wade anniversaries starting in 2003.
  • 1984: Death Threat to former Supreme Court Justice Henry Blackmun for Roe v. Wade decision
  • 1993, Shelly Shannon aka Shaggy West was sentenced to eleven years in prison for the attempted murder of Dr. George Tiller, assasinated in 2009 at Sunday church by Scott Roeder.
  • July 29, 1994 Paul Hill shot Dr. Britton, his 74-yr old escort and his wife in Pensacola / September 4, 2003: Paul Hill executed, Spitz was his “spiritual advisor”. Florida Executes Killer Of an Abortion Provider New York Times By
  • 1997 : Eric Robert Rudolph‘s nail bombing of Atlanta and Birmingham abortion clinics and a lesbian bar in Atlanta, captured & pleaded guilty May 2003.
  • 1998 James Kopp aka Atomic Dog shot Dr. Barnett Slepian & thought linked to shootings of Canadian abortion doctors in 1994, 1995, and two in 1997, and was the first mentioned in the “Special Thanks” Army of God Manual for bombing clinics and terrorist activities. Dennis Malvasi and Loretta Marra served time for helping Kopp evade the law in March 2001-September 2003.  Kopp captured in Dinan, France.
  • 2001: Clayton Waagner claimed AOG Virginia chapter membership and sent letters to 280 abortion clinics, 500 total, in an anthrax copycat scare
  • HBO’s America Undercover : Soldiers in the Army of God (2000), directed by Marc Levin and Daphne Pinkerson, features Waagner, Neal Horsley, who doxes and surveillance-stalks abortion providers.