But the trial of Tiller's admitted shooter, Scott Roeder, again stirred talk of abortion in the bars and coffee shops of a city where most have steeled themselves for years against noisy protests and graphic images of fetuses.Roeder was convicted Friday of first-degree murder.You will enjoy gated community access and climate controlled hallways as well as garages and carports.
It faded for a time, as Tiller's death led to the closure of Wichita's last abortion clinic, and activists on both sides shifted their focus elsewhere. NOTE: The numbers in brackets refer to endnotes for this text. 3), pages 245 to 273 Transcription by Jodi Maranchie; HTML composition by Tod Roberts; digitized with permission of The Kansas Historical Society.After the jury's swift verdict -- they deliberated for just 37 minutes -- many in Wichita are hoping the abortion controversy will fade."After he receives his sentence on March 9 -- preferably the Hard 50, as District Attorney Nola Foulston is requesting -- he'll also get the consequence.