OR continues to call for the excommunication Abortionist George Tiller and fellow “serial killer” Dennis Rader

WICHITA, KS — Operation Rescue staff members were present on the opening day of the Dennis Rader (“BTK”) sentencing hearing at the Sedgwick County Courthouse in Wichita, KS. They passed out flyers comparing the confessed serial killer of ten people to late-term abortionist George R. Tiller, also of Wichita, as part of their “Operation Righteous Judgment” campaign.
In addition, OR held signs asking for justice for two of Tiller’s countless victims. One showed a young Down’s Syndrome woman named Christin who died in January of a botched abortion. OR has in the past referred to under the pseudonym of “Anna.” [Read “Anna’s Story”] The second bore a photo of Baby Tess, a viable baby aborted in the late stages of pregnancy that presented no health risks to the mother. OR has previously referred to this child as “Baby Chelsea.” [Read about “Baby Chelsea”]
While Rescuers distributed flyers, the Truth Truck circled the courthouse grounds, which were packed with media from all over of the country. The Truth Truck showed large photos of George Tiller wheeling a woman injured during an abortion into the Wesley Hospital ER. Similar photos were shown in the media of BTK victims being wheeled from the murder scenes.
Another similarity pointed out by Operation Rescue is the fact that both Rader and Tiller belong to the same Lutheran Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Churches in America (ELCA). The Rescuers called for the excommunication of both men from their churches since neither man has repented from their sinful acts.
“Rader’s victims will finally get some measure of justice as Rader as prosecutors seek the fullest penalty allowed by law against the man who so coldly murdered them. Their families can now have some measure of closure. We rejoice in that,” said OR spokesperson Cheryl Sullenger.
“But there can be no closure for the deaths of Christin or for Baby Tess, whose innocent blood still cries out for justice,” said Sullenger. “If Tiller is not to be prosecuted under the law for these and other brutal deaths, then the least that the Christian community must do is call for his excommunication. We, as a church community, cannot embrace impenitent killers and still claim a right standing in Christ. We must put them out, in obedience to Biblical mandates.”
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