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Thursday, June 4, 2009

Documentary Spotlights George Tiller

Broadsheet (Salon.com): New documentary spotlights Tiller, by Judy Berman:

"We've been picketed since 1975," says Dr. George Tiller. "My office has been blown up. We have had 4,000 people arrested outside my office in 1991. In 1993 I survived an assassination attempt. From August of 1994 until March of 1997 I was under daily U.S. Federal Marshal protection."

Dr. Tiller's interview is part of the new film "What's the Matter With Kansas?" which puts a human face on Thomas Frank's bestselling investigation into conservatism's rise in the formerly liberal state.

The post includes a clip from the documentary.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/reproductive_rights/2009/06/documentary-spotlights-george-tiller.html

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