Sunday, January 08, 2012

"Army of God" Violence Resurfaces in Florida Bobby Joe Rogers Arrested in Pensacola Abortion Clinic fire

Bobby Joe Rogers, 41, his photo above, has been arrested on a federal charge of damaging a building by fire or explosive. He is accused of setting fire to the American Family Planning clinic, 6770 N. Ninth Ave., on Sunday. Investigators from a federal joint terrorism task force and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) have joined the investigation headed by the Florida state fire marshal. Bobby Joe Rogers explained to investigators that he has a “strong disbelief in abortion,” according to the affidavit, frequently drank alcohol and supported the almost daily anti-abortion protests at the clinic. He said that disbelief was further fueled when he was at the clinic with anti-abortion protesters recently and saw a young woman go into the facility, according to the affidavit. Bobby Joe Rogers (Rodgers) was arrested for vehicle theft in Alachua County on Dec. 12, 2009 and offered only "some kind of prison release ID card," when he and another man were pulled over driving in the stolen car, the arresting officer wrote in his report. The officer also noted open containers of alcohol in the car and said the men had been drinking.

Rogers is described as a transient who has been in this area two to three months. Bobby Joe Rogers has ties to Tuscaloosa, and Birmingham, Ala., and said that he traveled the country on freight trains.The American Family Planning clinic, photo above, formerly known as The Ladies Center and as Community Healthcare Center, has been the target of violence over the years and has continued to be a target of abortion protests. Pensacola Police Chief Chip Simmons said it was clear from the beginning there was something suspicious about Sunday's fire. "I think with the history of violence that we have had here in Pensacola, it was certainly a concern of ours to get to the bottom of it as quickly and effectively and efficiently as possible," Simmons said. Bobby Joe Rogers, 41, has a criminal history that includes arrests in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Iowa, Florida and Missouri. He has felony burglary convictions in Alabama, Missouri and Tennessee and a felony grand larceny conviction in Mississippi.

(AOG) ARMY OF GOD VIOLENCE...Army of God (AOG) is a Christian Identity terrorist anti-abortion organization that has engaged in the use of violence in the United States to fight against abortion. In 1984, Matthew Goldsby and James Simmons bombed the facility and two doctors' offices where abortions were provided. In 1994, AOG protester Paul Hill killed John Britton, a doctor who provided abortions, and James Barrett, a volunteer who escorted patients, as they arrived in the clinic parking lot Barrett's wife, June, was wounded. Eric Robert Rudolph (AOG) - Rudolph pled guilty to the bombing and resulting murder of an off-duty police officer at an abortion clinic in Birmingham, AL, and for the bombing and resulting murder at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, as well as two other bombings. The Army of God was referenced in letters to the media after these incidents claiming credit for the bombings. Rudolph disappeared in 1998 and was captured in May 2003, he is currently in Federal Super Max prison.

Army of God (AOG) is an extremist anti-abortion organization that sanctions the use of force to combat abortion in the United States. HBO produced a documentary on the Army Of God entitled "Soldiers In The Army Of God". Clayton Waagner's fake anthrax letters have resulted in their being mentioned among terrorist organizations at the FBI. From 1993 to 1997, when I was working in Panama City Fl, I was directly involved in investigations of Army of God (AOG) abortion clinic violence in Pensacola and those who commited the crimes. My son was working at a booth for his company at the Centennial Olympic Park on July 27, 1996 in Atlanta, Georgia when AOG member Eric Robert Rudolph set off a duffle bag containing three pipe bombs surrounded by nails killing two people.

(AOG) ARMY OF GOD ABORTION CLINIC VIOLENCE....Dr. George Tiller Murdered by Army of God (AOG) Member, Shooting Suspect Scott P. Roeder Identified By Sheriff, AOG Alive And Well in Wichita Kansas.. Bill Warner Private Investigator, 31 May 2009. Web. 22 Nov 2009. Although Wichita police declined to name the suspect, Johnson County sheriff identified him as Scott P. Roeder, according to The Associated Press. Police said it appeared Roeder acted alone and that they are are investigating whether he had any connection to anti-abortion groups. This is the second time Dr. Tiller has been shot by anti-abortion whack jobs from the AOG. 

AOG member Rachelle Ranae "Shelley" Shannon was a Christian Pro-life activist from Grants Pass, Oregon. She attempted to shoot and kill Dr. George Tiller outside his abortion clinic in Wichita, Kansas on August 19, 1993, shooting him in both arms. She is serving time in Federal Corectional Institute Dublin. Her projected release date is November 7, 2018. At the time she attacked Tiller, Shannon had been a pro-life activist for five years (AOG) and had written letters of support to Michael Griffin (AOG), who murdered David Gunn in Florida. She called Griffin "the awesomest, greatest hero of our time." She traveled to the Wichita clinic, a site of frequent demonstrations by abortion-rights and pro-life activists, and shot Dr. Tiller with a semiautomatic pistol in 1993.

"We the undersigned, declare the justice of taking all Godly action necessary, including the use of force, to defend innocent human life (born and unborn). We proclaim that whatever force is legitimate to defend the life of a born child is legitimate to defend the life of an unborn child". "We declare and affirm that if in fact Paul Hill did kill or wound abortionist John Britton, and accomplices James Barrett and Mrs. Barrett in Florida, his actions are morally justified if they were necessary for the purpose of defending innocent human life. Under these conditions, Paul Hill should be acquitted of all charges against him (Paul Hill September 2003 execution in Florida)".

Paul Hill was head of a precursor organization called Defensive Action, which issued signed statements to members of Congress in the early 1990s expressing similar sentiments about "killing the killers". In 2000, The Army of God has promoted an annual White Rose Banquet in Washington D.C. from 1991 through at least 2003, for supporters of the Defensive Action Statement.

In letters sent to the media, the Army of God claimed responsibility for the bombing of an abortion clinic and a gay bar in Atlanta, GA. Eric Robert Rudolph (AOG), his photo above, was on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List prior to his capture in May 2003. He plead guilty to these crimes.

Army of God member James Kopp, alias Atomic Dog (from Binghamton NY), was convicted for the fatal shooting of Dr. Barnett Slepian in 1998. Also thought to be linked to Kopp are shootings that injured Dr. Garson Romalis in Vancouver, BC, on November 8, 1994, Dr. Hugh Short in Ancaster, ON, on November 10, 1995 (Kopp is charged with this shooting), an unnamed physician in Rochester, NY, on October 28, 1997, and Dr. Jack Fainman in Winnipeg, MB, on November 11, 1997.

1). Michael Bray (AOG) - Bray, his photo above, has been called the Chaplain of the Army of God. He was the host of the annual White Rose Banquets. Bray is the author of a book called A Time to Kill, which attempts to give a biblical justification for the use of force against abortion providers. Bray frequently and publicly applauds the use of violence to stop abortion and has been jailed for bombing abortion clinics.

2). Neal Horsley (AOG) - Horsley was featured in the HBO movie "Soldiers in the Army of God," and hosts the Nuremberg Files website ( ), where he posts the names and personal information of abortion providers. The website has been called a "hit list." Another Horsley website ( ) posts photographs and video of patients, staff and physicians entering and exiting clinics.

3). Eric Robert Rudolph (AOG) - Rudolph pled guilty to the bombing and resulting murder of an off-duty police officer at an abortion clinic in Birmingham, AL, and for the bombing and resulting murder at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, as well as two other bombings. The Army of God was referenced in letters to the media after these incidents claiming credit for the bombings. Rudolph disappeared in 1998 and was captured in May 2003, he is currently in Federal Super Max prison.

4). Shelley Shannon (AOG) - Shannon is currently in prison for arson and the attempted murder of Dr. George Tiller (1993 version). After her arrest for the shooting, police searched her home and found the Army of God manual buried in her backyard. Shannon is also named in the "special thanks" section of the manual under her nickname, Shaggy West.

5). Donald Spitz (AOG) - Spitz hosts the Army of God website (http://www.armyofgod/  VERY GRAPHIC ), which mocks the murder of Dr. Slepian. Spitz also posted correspondence from Clayton Waagner that threatened abortion clinic staff on his website while Waagner was on the run from law enforcement officials. More recently he has posted writings from convicted bomber and murderer Eric Rudolph. He was the "spiritual advisor" to convicted murderer Paul Hill in the weeks before Hill's September 2003 execution.

6). Clayton Waagner (AOG) - Waagner was convicted in November 2003 for sending over 550 anthrax threat letters to clinics across the United States. Many of the threat letters referenced the Army of God. Waagner also posted on the Army of God website a threat to kill anyone working at an abortion clinic and claimed to have specific information targeting 42 clinic staff. Waagner led law enforcement officials on a nationwide, nearly year-long chase before being captured. He is currently in federal prison.

7). John Burt, Florida State prison (AOG) - -Michael Griffin fervently believed that an accidental encounter he had with abortion doctor David Gunn was a sign from God. On the morning of March 5,1993, Griffin, a 31-year-old factory worker in Pensacola, Florida, and a zealous follower of local anti-abortion Leader John Burt, pulled into a Pensacola Exxon station, and there was Gunn. The doctor, well known to anti-abortion activists in the area, was sitting in his car drinking coffee and reading a newspaper before heading to work at The Ladies Center, the local clinic that had so often served as ground zero for the antiabortion movement in the South. Griffin fired three .38caliber bullets into Gunn's back as the doctor got out of his car in the parking lot (where John Burt owned some land) behind the offices of the city's other abortion clinic, Pensacola Women's Medical Services

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