FILE - This combination of undated file photos shows Scott Roeder, left, and Angel Dillard. The lawsuit against Dillard, who publicly proclaimed her admiration for Roeder, convicted of gunning down late-term abortion provider Dr. George Tiller, is revealing the unwavering support a small group of radical anti-abortion activists has for the imprisoned killer despite an ongoing federal investigation into the 2009 slaying. Though no federal indictments have been handed down by a grand jury investigating Tiller's death, the lawsuit against Dillard who sent a threatening letter in 2011 to another Wichita doctor who was training to offer abortions is one indication the Justice Department is taking a more heavy handed approach to perceived threats to abortion providers. (AP Photo/File)

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FILE - This combination of undated file photos shows Scott Roeder, left, and Angel Dillard. The lawsuit against Dillard, who publicly proclaimed her admiration for Roeder, convicted of gunning down late-term abortion provider Dr. George Tiller, is revealing the unwavering support a small group of radical anti-abortion activists has for the imprisoned killer despite an ongoing federal investigation into the 2009 slaying. Though no federal indictments have been handed down by a grand jury investigating Tiller's death, the lawsuit against Dillard who sent a threatening letter in 2011 to another Wichita doctor who was training to offer abortions is one indication the Justice Department is taking a more heavy handed approach to perceived threats to abortion providers. (AP Photo/File)
FILE - This combination of undated file photos shows Scott Roeder, left, and Angel Dillard. The lawsuit against Dillard, who publicly proclaimed her admiration for Roeder, convicted of gunning down late-term abortion provider Dr. George Tiller, is revealing the unwavering support a small group of radical anti-abortion activists has for the imprisoned killer despite an ongoing federal investigation into the 2009 slaying. Though no federal indictments have been handed down by a grand jury investigating Tiller's death, the lawsuit against Dillard who sent a threatening letter in 2011 to another Wichita doctor who was training to offer abortions is one indication the Justice Department is taking a more heavy handed approach to perceived threats to abortion providers. (AP Photo/File)
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