The Two Abortion Doctors
Dr. Gun  and Dr. Patterson

   These two doctors were abortion clinic doctors. Both were murdered. Here are the stories. 

Dr. Gunn

   Dr. Gunn was murdered by an abortion protestor outside his clinic. 

The results: 
bulletDr Gunn became a martyr to those supporting abortion.
bulletUnitarian Universalist Churches had memorial services in honor of Dr. Gunn.
bulletThe murder's guilt was imputed to all opposing abortions.. The newspaper headlines and pro-abortion ads screamed, "THEY killed Doctor Gunn
bullet"Congress was stirred to action to hurry-up the passage of the Freedom of (abortion clinic) Access Act.
bulletFor pro-lifers nothing good came from Dr. Gunn's murder. 
bulletAn editorial writer said "...a vast majority of people are incensed at the fringe element that is playing God when it should be praying to Him."

Dr. Patterson

The newspaper article read: 

Abortion doctor killed in Alabama

By Garry Mitchell

Associated Press

Mobile Ala: A doctor who performed abortions was shot to death when he confronted a man breaking into his car, and police said they didn't know if the killing was the result of a robbery or related to his work.

    Dr. George Patterson was killed Saturday night when he returned to his 1993 Cadillac Eldorado in the city's nightclub district.

   
No one was arrested.

    We're not sure it was a robbery or what it was at this time, Arian Carpenter, a police investigate, said Sunday.

   
The shooting happened in an area where "quite a few robberies" have occurred, Carpenter said. He said Police Chief Harold Johnson planned to discuss the investigation further at a news conference today.

   
Patterson, 44, had worked at Family Planning of Fort Walton Beach, Fla., and at the Bay City Women's Clinic in Mobile.

   
The Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal also reported that Patterson owned the Women's Medical Services Clinic in Pensacola, where Dr. David Gunn was killed last March. Anti-abortion activist Michael F. Griffin faces trial Sept. 20 for Gunn's murder.

   
The Mobile clinic was damaged by arson in 1990, and that case remains unsolved, according to federal agent Ken Murphy of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, which investigated the fire.

   
Saturday's shooting was witnessed by a local businessman Tom Mason, who told the Mobile Register that two shots were fired. Then, he said, the gunman opened the door of the Cadillac and took something from inside.

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