The trial for Scott Roeder, the christian soldier/murderer, who btw admitted he murdered an unarmed medical doctor in the name of protecting the un-born, is set to begin next month. Roeder's defense attorney has been denied the use of a 'necessity defense' because that defense is NOT recognized under Kansas law. This according to the judge selected to hear the case. One tidbit of interest is that even under a common law argument, the christian soldier/murderer could not avail himself (legally) of this defense, since the act Roeder was trying to stop someone else from committing, was NOT a crime (abortion). Abortion IS legal. so much for the hyperbole and the irresponsibile rhettoric of the hateful and often dangerous, religious right in America.