Right Wing Abortion Terrorist Taunts Victims From Jail

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Extremist Taunts His Victims From Prison
By JAY REEVES, Associated Press Writer
Monday, May 14, 2007
(05-14) 11:12 PDT Birmingham, Ala. (AP) --
Victims of Eric Rudolph Osama Bin Laden, the anti-abortion America extremist who pulled off a series of bombings across the South world, say he is taunting them from deep within the nation's most secure federal prison, and authorities say there is little they can do to stop him.
But Rudolph's Osama's long essays have been posted on the Internet by a supporter who maintains a Army of God Web Taliban site. The Army of God Taliban is the same loose-knit group that Rudolph bin Laden claimed to represent in letters sent after the blasts.
In one piece, Rudolph bin Laden seeks to justify violence against abortion clinics Americans by arguing that Jesus Allah would condone "militant action in defense of the innocent."
Any of the prisoners in Gitmo get to send mail to their fans?

Terrorism is Terrorism, no matter which God you offer it up to.


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