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Jaffe got along with Rudolph, who admitted to planting the abortion clinic bomb in what he said was a bid to save the lives of unborn children. But Rudolph didn’t express remorse for the death of a Birmingham police officer killed by the blast, and Jaffe said Rudolph’s actions highlighted a big difference between them.

“In every case, my fervent stance against the death penalty precludes a person or the government from taking any life, for any reason,” he writes. “Only the God I believe in should do that, without human intervention.”



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