He’s the doctor in Kansas who did partial-birth abortions and was murdered in cold blood in his church.
Now we have a documentary that seeks to celebrate his life.
The article explains that Tiller’s patients fell into two categories: fetal abnormality or suicidal. Most patients fell into the latter category. And the way those patients were diagnosed as suicidal is suspect at best:
It is only recently that the Tiller legacy has begun to unravel, and I doubt if Alan Ball has gotten the memo. The point of vulnerability has proved to be Tiller’s necessary second opinion provider, Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus. According to former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline, Neuhaus would go to Tiller’s Wichita clinic twice a month on average. There she would sign a form letter printed out by Tiller. The letter would verify Neuhaus’s finding that without a late-term abortion, the girl in question would suffer “substantial and irreversible damage to a major bodily function.” Says Kline, “No diagnosis — every letter the same. She received $300 a signature.”
It will be important to know the truth before Tiller is re-crafted as a martyr. Don’t get me wrong, the way he died is categorically wrong. But likewise what he did with his life was categorically wrong, and seeing both shouldn’t be so tricky for our establishment media.by