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George Tiller
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    (August 8, 1941-May 31, 2009)
    Born in Witcha, Kansas
    Medical doctor specializing in performing late-term abortions
    Graduate of the University of Kansas and the University of Kansas Medical School
    Murdered by anti-abortion activist Scott Roeder (May 31, 2009)
    He has performed, by his own estimate over 60,000 abortions.
    On his website he says abortion makes 'women's dreams come true.'
    He has been disciplined by Kansas' medical board for abusing alcohol and prescription drugs.
    He contributes heavily to politicians who provide legal cover for him particularly Kansas governor Kathleen Sebelius leading to her being investigated for conflict of interest and violating campaign finance laws.
    At least one woman has died at his clinic.
    He offers funeral services and spiritual support for clients at his clinic.
    He doesn't pussyfoot around like much of the pro-abortion movement and admits that abortion takes a life.
    Even opponents admit he's intelligent and an excellent speaker.
    He was once shot by an abortion protester.
    After his sister and brother-in-law (along with his parents) were killed in a plane crash, he adopted and raised his nephew.

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