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8/8/2008 - Abortion Stance Theorized to be Anthrax Suspect's Motive
Bruce Ivins, the biodefense researcher accused by the Department of Justice of being solely responsible for the 2001 anthrax attacks, may have been motivated by personal anti-abortion politics....

7/8/2005 - Anti-Abortion Extremist Sentenced to 19 Years for Fake Anthrax Mailings
Anti-abortion extremist Clayton Waagner was sentenced to 19 years in prison without parole for sending fake anthrax mailings to over women's health clinics and reproductive rights organizations at the height of the anthrax scare following September 11, 2001....

8/25/2004 - Judge Delays Sentencing for Clayton Lee Waagner
US District Judge Anita Brody signed an order to delay the sentencing of self-proclaimed anti-abortion "terrorist" Clayton Lee Waagner until the US Supreme Court rules on two unrelated cases that will clarify federal sentencing guidelines....

12/5/2003 - Clayton Lee Waagner Convicted for 2001 Anthrax Hoax
Anti-abortion extremist Clayton Lee Waagner was convicted on Wednesday for mailing envelopes containing fake anthrax to over 700 abortion clinics in 24 states....

2/27/2003 - Anti-Abortion Extremist Waagner Faces Additional Charges
Clayton Lee Waagner, serving time in federal prison for firearms and theft charges and awaiting trial for domestic terrorism charges for mailing 550 anthrax hoax threats to abortion clinics nationwide, is facing additional firearms charges. According to the Associated Press, last week Waagner was indicted for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and possession of a firearm by a fugitive....

10/18/2002 - Anti-Abortion Extremist Pleads Not Guilty to Anthrax Charges
Clayton Lee Waagner pleaded not guilty yesterday to a 79-count indictment on federal charges of terrorism for mailing 550 anthrax hoax letters to abortion clinics nationwide last winter, according to the Associated Press....

9/23/2002 - Clayton Lee Waagner Faces Terrorist Charges In Anthrax Hoax
Anti-abortion extremist Clayton Lee Waagner was officially charged as a domestic terrorist last week in a 79-count indictment for sending anthrax hoax letters to hundreds of clinics around the country....

8/16/2002 - Anti-Abortion Extremist Sentenced for Firearms and Car Theft Charges
Domestic terrorist and anti-abortion extremist Clayton Lee Waagner was sentenced to 19 years and seven months in prison yesterday for six federal charges of possession of illegal firearms and for stealing a car while on the run from authorities....

4/19/2002 - Anti-Abortion Extremist Convicted on Firearms Charges
Former fugitive Clayton Lee Waagner was convicted yesterday on six counts of firearms and car theft charges, adding to previous convictions on weapons, theft, and escape charges....

1/29/2002 - Anthrax Hoaxer Receives 30 Years in Prison
Anti-abortion extremist and anthrax hoaxer, Clayton Lee Waagner, was sentenced to thirty years in prison Friday for charges related to weapons, theft, and escape charges....

1/25/2002 - Clayton Waagner Indicted
Anti-abortion extremist Clayton Lee Waagner was indicted yesterday on six counts of firearms and stolen vehicle charges....

12/18/2001 - Waagner Pleads Innocent to Escape Charge
Anti-abortion extremist Clayton Lee Waagner pleaded innocent yesterday to charges that he escaped from Dewitt County Jail in Illinois on February 22....

12/14/2001 - Waagner Had More Threats Planned
In an interview with the Cleveland Plain Dealer, anti-abortion extremist Clayton Lee Waagner explained that he had planned to send bomb threats to every abortion clinic in the nation....

12/11/2001 - Waagner Found with White Powder
Anti-abortion extremist Clayton Lee Waagner was in possession of a white powder when U.S....

12/10/2001 - Congresswoman Slaughter Condemns Anthrax Threats
Congresswoman Louise Slaughter (D-NY) introduced a resolution yesterday condemning the rounds of anthrax threats sent to abortion providers in October and November of this year....

12/6/2001 - Clayton Lee Waagner Captured
Anti-abortion extremist, domestic terrorist and prison escapee Clayton Lee Waagner was captured yesterday at a Kinkos in Springdale, Ohio after eluding federal authorities for almost ten months....

12/5/2001 - Clayton Lee Waagner Apprehended
Fugitive anti-abortion extremist and domestic terrorist Clayton Lee Waagner has been apprehended at a Kinkos in Springdale, Ohio....

12/5/2001 - Domestic Terrorist Clayton Lee Waagner Captured
Feminist Majority Foundation President Urges Law Enforcement to Continue Investigation into Terrorist Network that Aided Waagner WASHINGTON, DCLeading abortion clinic defense group Feminist Majority Foundation was relieved today to learn that anti-abortion extremist Clayton Lee Waagner had been apprehended by federal law enforcement authorities....

11/29/2001 - Key Clinic Defense Groups Urge Attorney General and FBI to Broaden Investigation
Washington, DCLeading clinic defense groups, Feminist Majority Foundation, National Abortion Federation, and Planned Parenthood Federation of America, were heartened today by Attorney General John Aschrofts denunciation of those responsible for anthrax threats against womens reproductive health care clinics....

11/26/2001 - Clayton Waagner Threatens to Kill 42 Abortion Providers
Clayton Lee Waagner, convicted felon, anti-abortion extremist, and prison escapee, was allegedly in Carrollton, Georgia on November 23, 2001....

10/29/2001 - Attacks on Abortion Providers Considered Domestic Terrorism
Violence against clinics and abortion providers is included in the definition of domestic terrorism used in the new anti-terrorism legislation signed by President Bush on October 26....

10/1/2001 - Bush Terrorism Proposal May Affect Clinic Violence
The Bush Administration urged Congress to pass by Friday legislation that would significantly increase the federal governments criminal investigation authority....

9/21/2001 - Domestic Terrorist Waagner to Be Put on FBI Top Ten List
The FBI will announce plans today to place still-at-large, anti-abortion extremist Clayton Lee Waagner on its top ten list of most wanted criminals....

9/10/2001 - URGENT ALERT: Anti-Abortion Extremist Spotted in Memphis; Suspect Is Armed and Dangerous
Clayton Lee Waagner, convicted felon, anti-abortion extremist, prison escapee and bank robber, has been identified as the driver of a car in which a pipe bomb was found Friday morning, September 7 in Memphis, Tennessee....

7/12/2001 - ATTORNEY GENERAL ASHCROFT URGED TO CONDEMN ANTI-ABORTION TERRORISM
WASHINGTON, DCFeminist Majority Foundation President Eleanor Smeal joins Planned Parenthood Federation of America President Gloria Feldt and National Abortion Federation Executive Director Vicki Saporta in urging Attorney General John Ashcroft to be proactive and take action publicly against all anti-abortion terrorist threats. With Operation Save America (formerly Operation Rescue) kicking off their Lets Finish It campaign in Wichita, KS this coming weekend, and outspoken anti-abortion terrorist Clayton Lee Waagner on the loose, heavily armed and threatening the lives of clinic staff across the country, time is of the essence, said Smeal. Tiller has been the target of anti-abortion protests for the past decade, and in 1993 was shot 5 times by anti-abortion extremist Shelley Shannon....