Jan. 19, 2002: Dr. George Tiller speaks to a small group in a tent during a rally at Tiller's clinic in Wichita, Kan.
May 14: Physician George Tiller listens to testimony of former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline in Sedgwick County, Kan., District Court.
May 31: Scott Roeder is detained by police after late-term abortion provider George Tiller was shot to death in a Wichita church.
Scott Roeder had $10 to his name.
A financial affidavit for the Kansas City, Mo., man charged in the killing of abortion provider Dr. George Tiller shows a man with little money and a checkered employment history.
Roeder, 51, is charged with first-degree murder in Sunday's fatal shooting of Tiller at a Wichita church where the doctor was ushering. Prosecutors say the case doesn't qualify for the death penalty.
Roeder was required to sign a sworn affidavit in order to get a court-appointed attorney. In the document filed Tuesday, Roeder stated he had $10 in his bank account and no other property except his 1993 Ford Taurus.
The affidavit says he made $1,100 a month working at Quicksilver Airport Delivery — his fourth job in the past six months.
His monthly bills totaled nearly $470, most of which went to pay rent.
Roeder's public defender filed a motion for bond Wednesday in Sedgwick County District Court. Attorney Steve Osburn cites a Kansas law saying bond should be granted for defendants charged with non-capital crimes.
Sedgwick County District Judge Ben Burgess told The Wichita Eagle he had ordered Roeder held without bail at his own discrtion, taking public safety into account.
A hearing on the defense motion is scheduled for 9 a.m. Friday.