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The issue of abortion is something that has caused a great deal of controversy and debate over the past few decades.
Both sides of the argument are passionate in what they believe in and at times, the debate can become violent.
He's been convicted in relation to the bombing of 10 different women's health clinics in the United States and served nearly four years in prison for his crimes.
Bray, who is a minister, believes that he is in the middle of a holy war against abortion and its supporters.
"If we are to affirm, as I do, that the children in the womb who are killed at abortion facilities are, in fact, children - if these are children, then action taken to defend them is justifiable - it cannot be condemned," Bray said during a 1999 "60 Minutes" interview.
"I consider blowing up a place where babies are killed a justifiable act."
For the last few years, Bray has been writing a biography of Shelley Shannon, the first person to attempt to kill prominent abortion doctor George Tiller. Tiller was killed last May by another anti-abortionist alleged to be Scott Roeder, to whom Bray wrote an open letter praising his "righteousness."
We know this is an emotional issue, but we'd like to know what you think.
Are you for or against what Bray believes in? Is it justifiable to attack abortion clinics under any circumstance? What are your thoughts on the issue?
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