So, what about this?
The Rev. Donald Spitz, of Chesapeake, Va., who runs the Army of God Web site supporting violence against abortion providers, said the rejection of that argument has upset those who view Roeder as a hero.http://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation/AP/story/1454707.html
"I know there is not a lot of good feeling out there - everybody is pretty angry," he said.
Spitz was the spiritual adviser to Paul Hill and was with him at his 2003 execution for the killing of a Florida abortion provider and a clinic escort in 1994, an event that led to a lull in violence at abortion clinics. While saying he knows nothing of impending plans by others against abortion doctors, Spitz scoffed at suggestions that Roeder's conviction will have a similar effect.
"Times change," Spitz said. "People are not as passive as they have been. They are more assertive."
It shouldn't be legal to operate a web site "supporting violence against" anyone.