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  • Was Anders Breivik a Christian?

    07/25/2011 5:04:32 AM PDT · by daniel1212 · 40 replies
    Here I blog ^ | July 24, 2011 | Mark
    My prayers go out to the people of Norway and all of those affected by the vicious murders of Anders Breivik. My intention is not to make less of what happened in Norway, but to explain that his murderous actions were not of the teachings of Christianity. The following commentary and quotes briefly look at some of Breivik’s positions in his own words against the charge that he was a Christian; much less a fundamentalist Christian. Also, keep in mind that those who have claimed Breivik as being a fundamentalist Christian seem to be using the term as an undefined...
  • Ex-Lawman Gets Prison for Slaying Alleged Cop Killer (NM)

    03/03/2006 5:35:50 PM PST · by CedarDave · 43 replies · 1,257+ views
    The Albuquerque Journal ^ | March 3, 2006 | Associated Press
    ALAMOGORDO, N.M. — A former Otero County sheriff's deputy who fatally shot a man who had killed his partner will spend a year in prison and two years on probation after sentencing Friday. Bill Anders reached a deal with prosecutors last August in which he pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the death of Earl Flippen. Anders had faced between one and seven years in prison. Anders' attorney had asked for a lesser sentence, but Judge James Waylon Counts said state law required that Anders spend at least one year in prison for the crime. Defense witnesses testified during Anders'...