Bomb damages Planned Parenthood clinic in Wisconsin

Yet another unrelated isolated home-grown terrorist incident:

CBS News) — Authorities say someone placed the small device on an outside window sill about 7:40 p.m. Sunday at the clinic in Grand Chute, near Appleton. Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin CEO Teri Huyck said in a statement that there was minimal damage to an exam room and that the clinic will reopen Tuesday. No one was in the building at the time.


  1. raven says

    More xian terrorism. Routine and common.

    Two thirds of all terrorism plots and incidents since 9/11 have involved right wing extremists and/or xian terrorists.

  2. unbound says

    Well, you know JC would be the first person to encourage good xtians to plant bombs…


  3. bubba707 says

    If it goes like other incidents at that clinic it’ll get softpeddaled and quickly drop out of the news. I live near the place and have seen the harrassment and heard the nonsense for years.

  4. says

    Why do I suspect that nobody will be “enhanced interrogated” to find the perpetrator(s)? Why do I get the feeling that not a single terrorist involved will end up in Gitmo, and no suspected anti-choice terrorists will be killed by drones?

  5. timberwoof says

    Police … did not immediately comment on a possible motive.

    Uh huh. Right. Reminds me of police refusing to list as hate crimes incidents where attackers tell antigay or racist insults.

    Police say a homemade explosive device damaged a Planned Parenthood clinic in eastern Wisconsin. … A small fire broke out when the device exploded … The Grand Chute Fire Department responded to the clinic’s fire alarm and alerted police after finding the device.

    Run that by me again? Maybe they found bits and pieces of the device?

  6. raven says

    It was a Sunday. Why weren’t they in church, rather than out planting bombs?

    It was for jesus so it was OK to break the Sabbath.

  7. ema says

    Police have no suspects in custody and did not immediately comment on a possible motive.

    Hmm, let’s see, possible motive…possible motive… Um, redecorating the clinic? Apple/cherry pie surprise? April Fool’s shenanigans? Domestic terrorism I mean extreme backing, that must be it.

  8. andrewt3660 says

    I live in northeast Wisconsin. This news absolutely disgusts me, and I wish I could be surprised that it happened here. But since the Walker regime began, nothing surprises me any more.

  9. Gregory in Seattle says

    “And they’ll know we are Christians by our love, by our love. And they’ll know we are Christians by our love.”

  10. Gregory in Seattle says

    Headlines I want to see: “DHS fails to prevent terrorist attack in Wisconsin.”

    Yeah, I’m not holding my breath on that one.

  11. StevoR says

    @ ^ margaretwhitestone & #7.raven & # 5.Spanish Inquisitor :

    It was a Sunday. Why weren’t they in church, rather than out planting bombs?

    Well, in fairness, Church only lasts a few hours usually and doesn’t go all day.

    I wonder if the sermons these terorists herad earlier that day covered the famous Christian ideas & ideals : “Love thy neighbour” & “judge not lest ye be judged” & “turn the other cheek” among many things that, well, are kinda 100% opposite the actions these supposed Christian hate-mongers did that evening with their bombing?

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