Infamous Kansas Killing Center set to reopen soon

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Some of the late Dr. Tiller’s other close associates

This spring, Julie Burkhart, an abortion-rights advocate who lives in Wichita, is planning to reopen the abortion clinic that occupied this space for decades, setting the stage for a re-emergence of the fiery passions that once made this conservative manufacturing town the center of the abortion battle in the United States.

Ms. Burkhart was a colleague and close friend of Dr. George R. Tiller, the clinic’s proprietor, who was fatally shot in church by an anti-abortion advocate in 2009 and whom abortion opponents viewed as enemy No. 1 in part because he performed late-term abortions. His clinic, the state’s only abortion provider outside the Kansas City area, has been shut ever since.

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Remembering “Tiller the Killer”

“Family” photos memorialize Tiller’s work

Text from the NAF website:

We continue to mourn the loss of our friend and colleague, Dr. George Tiller. Dr. Tiller was a dedicated physician who provided quality abortion care to women, at great personal sacrifice and risk. He is truly a hero to his fellow abortion providers and his patients. Dr. Tiller’s office is filled with letters from women, thanking him for the excellent, compassionate care he provided. Many of these women say Dr. Tiller saved their lives.

Tiller relaxing with a very close friend

Since his tragic death, we have received messages from some of his patients and from people around the world who are saddened and outraged. We feel it is important to share these words and tributes to our beloved colleague and friend. For the first time, we will enable comments on our blog so that all of you can share your condolences or offer memories of Dr. Tiller. We invite you to join us in honoring a true American hero, Dr. George Tiller.


Tiller memorial
(The tens of thousands of babies he killed
have no graves or tombstones)

Editor’s note: Wichita abortionist George Tiller offered his customers a memorial service in his facility after he performed abortions, often coupled with weird, religious rituals.

The baby would then typically be incinerated, along with 20 or more other recently aborted babies, in a type of crude, on-site crematorium, which (eerily reminiscent of the Nazi death camps) reportedly, sometimes showered the surrounding neighborhood with human ashes.

George Tiller’s abortions resulted in deaths of moms

Strange times in Wichita: Tiller nominated for sainthood

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Tiller’s life’s work

I never met Dr. Tiller but I think of him as a Saint. He stood firm in his dedication to helping others in their most difficult times. I know that God holds him in high regard and he is sitting at the throne right now. May other physicians have to courage to rise to his level and fill the gap now to assist families and women who have no where else to turn. 
R Becker,
Wichita, Kansas