But she noted that last Friday night was different, and he took his 22-year-old son to see “Star Trek.” (I went on Saturday, but the film didn’t make me do anything crazy. Yet.) “In hindsight, my son said, ‘He was saying goodbye to me.’ “
–She also gave the AP a keeper of a quote: “That’s all he cared about is anti-abortion, ‘the church this, God is this,’ yada yada.”
–A Time magazine story today also notes that Roeder’s car had was “decorated with a red rose — an antiabortion emblem — and a Jesus fish.” Not much there.
–A Monday New York Times story quotes Roeder’s ex-wife as saying Roeder was looking for a ”scapegoat” to blame for his troubles. ”First it was taxes — he stopped paying. Then he turned to the church and got involved in anti-abortion,” she said.
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No one suggested he was a member of a church. That was your superfluous addition to the assertions he was an extremist Christian. There does not seem to be any doubt of that.