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Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood fully reopens after November shooting

Two men in black suits and dark sunglasses stood on either side of the stage scanning the crowd.No one was permitted to go inside the building for security reasons, Cowart explained.The building fully reopens this week, even though patients have been attending there since February.No one would confirm if employees seated in the first four rows were among those working Nov. The event was held under a tent in the clinic's front parking lot, and attendees had to be shuttled to the facility.
The Denver Post
02/05
12 Points
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Doctor: Planned Parenthood shooting suspect not competent for trial

On the day of the shooting, Dear thought the agents were going to "take him out," Schiffelbein said. As in previous hearings, Dear made multiple comments in the courtroom. A 22-year-old belief that federal agents are out to get him is at the core of Dear's delusional disorder, the two testified. Dear said he wanted to make a final stand at the "evilest place on Earth."Jackie Grimmett and B. One example in Dear's case is that he perceived neighbors driving by his camper trailer as spies.
The Denver Post
29/04
20 Points
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Planned Parenthood gunman said he was upset over "selling of baby parts"

He was carrying four rifles, according to the warrant.Two handguns, a shotgun and a rifle sat in his truck, Dear told detectives.Dear placed propane tanks around the scene and shot at them from inside the clinic, "hoping they would explode." He shot at officers through windows as they approached.The woman Dear spoke to in the parking lot survived the attack. harbored a respect for and fascination with violent acts against abortion providers, according to the warrants released.
The Denver Post
12/04
18 Points
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Planned Parenthood gunman said he was upset over "selling of baby parts"

He was carrying four rifles, according to the warrant.Two handguns, a shotgun and a rifle sat in his truck, Dear told detectives.Dear placed propane tanks around the scene and shot at them from inside the clinic, "hoping they would explode." He shot at officers through windows as they approached.The woman Dear spoke to in the parking lot survived the attack. harbored a respect for and fascination with violent acts against abortion providers, according to the warrants released.
The Denver Post
12/04
4 Points
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