Murder of Abortion Doctor Frightens Colleagues Kansas abortion doctor George Tiller was gunned down on Sunday while serving as an usher at his church. Tiller was allegedly killed by an apparent anti-abortion crusader while he served as an usher at his church. Dr. Joseph Booker, the only doctor licensed to perform abortions in Mississippi, says Tiller's death has made him more concerned than usual for his own safety.
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Murder of Abortion Doctor Frightens Colleagues

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Murder of Abortion Doctor Frightens Colleagues

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Dr. Joseph Booker is a obstetrician/gynecologist in Jackson, Miss. WAPT-TV hide caption

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Kansas abortion doctor George Tiller was gunned down on Sunday while serving as an usher at his church. Tiller was allegedly killed by an apparent anti-abortion crusader while he served as an usher at his church. The murder has stoked the country's decades-old abortion debate.

Dr. Joseph Booker, the only doctor licensed to perform abortions in Mississippi, says Tiller's death has made him more concerned than usual for his own safety.